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By LOG Staff 

Spring Break Festival says YES

 

Wolfgang Kurtz | The Seward Phoenix LOG

Following the concluding awards luncheon at Chinooks Waterfront Restaurant on Sunday Rick Brown, April Bunn and Monica Chase take a load off, balance the books and reflect on three days of Seward's Spring Breakup Festival.

Following the concluding awards luncheon at Chinooks Waterfront Restaurant on Sunday Rick Brown, April Bunn and Monica Chase (left) take a load off, balance the books and reflect on three days of Seward's Spring Breakup Festival. The fifth year of the event was sponsored by the YES Group, an association of forward looking merchants and entrepreneurs. At right, it's not quite as much fun as paper mache but also not as messy as marzipan. Artisans at Rez Arts fabricated works of craft and art in newspaper early Saturday. Below left, the Breeze Inn foyer bustled with commerce and brimming with arts and things during the craft fair Saturday afternoon. After a blustery Friday evening, it turned out to be a beautiful day to keelhaul some booty or just walk the planks of the floats at the harbor. Down by the sea, Providence Seward director Joseph Fong tries his hand at managing the grill during the Backcountry Cook Off at the Branson Pavilion in Waterfront Park.

 

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