Foothills Sentry Silverado Flair
Sligo Rags, a canyon favorite, played Irish jigs and jingles to Sil- verado Fair goers, Oct. 10. The annual event is sponsored by the Inter-Canyon League.
Lazy Brad Lewis, an esteemed canyon crooner, brought rhythm and blues with a country twist to the Silverado fairgrounds. Proceeds from the weekend are set aside as a resource for residents impacted by the next flood, fire or mudslide in the canyons.
erado Flair Photos by Tony Richards
Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Mary Smith of Modjeska Can- yon adds a steampunk flavor to the Wild West, dancing to the Irish tunes of Sligo Rags at the 45th annual Silverado Country Fair.
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it didn’t have to: temperatures were over 100 degrees. Jona- than Marshall (left) and Kevin Mack escape the sun behind the blaze.
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Rachel Maloof, Brett Peterson and Sarah Mondt take to the shady com- fort of the new Silverado Saloon, built especially for this year’s fair.
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