Hillyard Festival 2011
August 6, 2011 5:23 p.m. •
This year was the 100th anniversary of the Hillyard Festival and the party was the biggest anyone could remember in Spokane’s northeast neighborhood.
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One of the more somber displays in the annual Hillyard Hi-Jinks Parade was a series of banners with photos of war dead from the Spokane area Saturday.
Jonathan Jones, with guitarist Mike Grimm, left, belts out a song from the stage in Harmon Park Saturday at the annual Hillyard Festival.
Tony Rossi, left, commander of Veterans of Foreign Wars No. 1474, carries the American flag in the color guard leading the Hillyard Hi-Jinks Parade Saturday.
Greg Thomas of Chattaroy drives his 1937 John Deere tractor down Market Street in Hillyard with his granddaughter Lainee Shell, 5, in the Hillyard Hi-Jinks Parade Saturday.
Blossom, a miniature pinscher belonging to Rich Hurst, watches the Hillyard Hi-Jinks Parade through a pair of doggie goggles Saturday.
Members of the Hillyard Belles wave to the crowd from a classic car in the Hillyard Hi-Jinks parade Saturday at the 100th annual Hillyard Festival, celebrating the history and people of the once-small town on Spokane’s northeast side.
Hot rods rumble down Market Street Saturday at the 100th annual Hillyard Festival.