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Feature Photos Section :: Page 28

  • Air play

    Neighborhood resident and former professional clown Joe Cimoch twisted long, skinny balloons into cats, dogs, hats and swords, to the delight of young and old. (Photos by Aaron Zaremsky)

    Balloon magic was a highlight of the second annual North High Street block party last Saturday.

  • Work on high

    Work on high Precariously extended on a hydraulic lift, tuckpointers Roger Wood and Will Redd reset the mortar around the ancient stones at the very top of the First Presbyterian Church. The job is a dusty one, requiring the removal of old loose mortar through chipping and grinding, mostly by hand, then filling in the spaces with fresh mortar and powdered lime — at 80 feet up and 90°F temperatures. (photo by Matt Minde)

    The job is a dusty one, requiring the removal of old loose mortar through chipping and grinding, mostly by hand, then filling in the spaces with fresh mortar and powdered lime — at 80 feet up and 90°F temperatures.

  • Book bound

    Over 1,000 people streamed onto the Mills Lawn School front lawn Saturday, Aug. 20, to peruse the printwares of dozens of booksellers. (Photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    Over 1,000 people streamed onto the Mills Lawn School front lawn Saturday, Aug. 20 for the annual Book Fair, According to Kate Mooneyham, manager of Dark Star Books, which organizes the event.

  • Mug shot

    Ceramicist Richard Overman, of Cincinnati, exhibited mugs and other pieces with strong personalities at this year's Art on the Lawn. (Photo by Isaac Delamarte)

    The 33rd annual Art on the Lawn took place last Saturday, Aug. 13. Around 100 vendors participated, and the event drew solid crowds most of the day, despite late-afternoon rain.

  • Home run

    Last Friday, longtime Perry League T-ball coach Jimmy Chesire, center, gave the signal that started a herd of t-ballers stampeding towards the light pole to do stretches and warm-ups for the final “1,000 strikes” of the summer at last year's final night of T-ball. (Photo by Isaac Delamatre)

    Perry League t-ballers held their final game of the summer last Friday.

  • Head in the Clouds

    Look up and see the glorious, meteorological dance around you.

  • Forest friends

    Young musicians with the Friends Music Camp, or FMC, marched through town on Saturday, July 30, to promote the 33rd annual benefit concert for Glen Helen, held later that evening. FMC musicians played flutes, horns, violins, saxophones and plenty of percussion as they passed the Mills Park Hotel and continued to move their joyful noise up Xenia Avenue. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    What started out as a quick musical march up and down Xenia Avenue (top) ended up as a two-hour performance Saturday evening, July 30, to benefit Glen Helen.

  • Mudpuppies: Children’s Center visits John Bryan Pottery

    Pictured above. from left, are Ethan Goodman, Devon Townsend, Alicia Lindsay and Evelyn Gauden, glazing their fragile pinch pot-inspired shakers and imagining what the glaze will look like after firing. (Photo submitted by Karly Strukamp)

    Seven children from the Yellow Springs Community Children’s Center spent a week learning the ins and outs of pottery and ceramics at John Bryan Pottery.

  • Twice is nice

    The YSHS boys soccer team were the victors at the third annual YSHS Pre-Season Boys Soccer Tournament. (Photo by Aryn Vanausdal)

    The YSHS boys soccer team won the annual YSHS Pre-Season Boys Soccer Tournament for a second time.

  • Music for music’s sake: Piano Fest to continue

    Pianist Karen Gardner and cellist Polly Case-Lohrer, shown above, will perform, along with pianist Sam Reich at the second concert in the Yellow Springs Piano Fest series. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    The second concert of the Yellow Springs Piano Fest will be held Sunday, July 24, 7 p.m., in the Herndon Gallery at Antioch College.

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