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Everglades City Seafood Festival 2012

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From left, Mercedes Reese, Rachael Reese, 6, Travis Reese, Jr., 4, and Travis Reese, Sr., all of Clewiston, enjoy lobster puffs, paella and seafood stir fry during the annual Everglades City Seafood Festival on Saturday afternoon. Thousands flocked to Everglades City for the three-day festival that included food, live music, arts and crafts and rides.

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Tristan Spinski/Staff From left, Mercedes Reese, Rachael Reese, 6, Travis Reese, Jr., 4, and Travis Reese, Sr., all of Clewiston, enjoy lobster puffs, paella and seafood stir fry during the annual Everglades City Seafood Festival on Saturday afternoon. Thousands flocked to Everglades City for the three-day festival that included food, live music, arts and crafts and rides.

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Nathalee Summerall, center, serves up fresh corn on the cob from the Everglades City Masonic Lodge #262 concession booth to a hungry crowd during the annual Everglades City Seafood Festival on Saturday afternoon. Thousands flocked to Everglades City for the three-day festival that included food, live music, arts and crafts and rides.
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Scenes from the annual Everglades City Seafood Festival on Saturday afternoon. Thousands flocked to Everglades City for the three-day festival that included food, live music, arts and crafts and rides.
  • Tristan Spinski/Staff
Scenes from the annual Everglades City Seafood Festival on Saturday afternoon. Thousands flocked to Everglades City for the three-day festival that included food, live music, arts and crafts and rides.
  • Tristan Spinski/Staff
Scenes from the annual Everglades City Seafood Festival on Saturday afternoon. Thousands flocked to Everglades City for the three-day festival that included food, live music, arts and crafts and rides.
  • Tristan Spinski/Staff
Scenes from the annual Everglades City Seafood Festival on Saturday afternoon. Thousands flocked to Everglades City for the three-day festival that included food, live music, arts and crafts and rides.
  • Tristan Spinski/Staff
J.W. O'McMullen, left, 1, peers into the camera as his father, James O'McMullen, right, of Everglades City, tends to cooking pork from the Sons of Confederate Veterans Chapter First Lt. F.C.M. Boggess #2150 concession booth for a hungry crowd during the annual Everglades City Seafood Festival on Saturday afternoon. Thousands flocked to Everglades City for the three-day festival that included food, live music, arts and crafts and rides.
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From left, Mercedes Reese, Rachael Reese, 6, Travis Reese, Jr., 4, and Travis Reese, Sr., all of Clewiston, enjoy lobster puffs, paella and seafood stir fry during the annual Everglades City Seafood Festival on Saturday afternoon. Thousands flocked to Everglades City for the three-day festival that included food, live music, arts and crafts and rides.
  • Tristan Spinski/Staff
Crowds gather to watch country music artist David Nail perform with his band during the annual Everglades City Seafood Festival on Saturday afternoon. Thousands flocked to Everglades City for the three-day festival that included food, live music, arts and crafts and rides.
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Nathalee Summerall, center, serves up fresh corn on the cob from the Everglades City Masonic Lodge #262 concession booth to a hungry crowd during the annual Everglades City Seafood Festival on Saturday afternoon. Thousands flocked to Everglades City for the three-day festival that included food, live music, arts and crafts and rides.
  • Tristan Spinski/Staff
Country music artist David Nail performs with his band during the annual Everglades City Seafood Festival on Saturday afternoon. Thousands flocked to Everglades City for the three-day festival that included food, live music, arts and crafts and rides.
  • Tristan Spinski/Staff
James O'McMullen, of Everglades City, serves up pulled pork sandwiches from the Sons of Confederate Veterans Chapter First Lt. F.C.M. Boggess #2150 concession booth to a hungry crowd during the annual Everglades City Seafood Festival on Saturday afternoon. Thousands flocked to Everglades City for the three-day festival that included food, live music, arts and crafts and rides.
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Scenes from the annual Everglades City Seafood Festival on Saturday afternoon. Thousands flocked to Everglades City for the three-day festival that included food, live music, arts and crafts and rides.
  • Traffic backs up on the single road accessing the event. Tens of thousands of visitors swarmed tiny Everglades City on Saturday for the Everglades Seafood Festival, listening to live bands, taking carnival rides, and eating everything from stone crab claws to chocolate covered key lime pie on a stick. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Tens of thousands of visitors swarmed tiny Everglades City on Saturday for the Everglades Seafood Festival, listening to live bands, taking carnival rides, and eating everything from stone crab claws to chocolate covered key lime pie on a stick. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • The band Wild Eyed Southern Boys entertains. Tens of thousands of visitors swarmed tiny Everglades City on Saturday for the Everglades Seafood Festival, listening to live bands, taking carnival rides, and eating everything from stone crab claws to chocolate covered key lime pie on a stick. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Tens of thousands of visitors swarmed tiny Everglades City on Saturday for the Everglades Seafood Festival, listening to live bands, taking carnival rides, and eating everything from stone crab claws to chocolate covered key lime pie on a stick. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Ted and Pauline Fabrizio make their seafood selection. Tens of thousands of visitors swarmed tiny Everglades City on Saturday for the Everglades Seafood Festival, listening to live bands, taking carnival rides, and eating everything from stone crab claws to chocolate covered key lime pie on a stick. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Tens of thousands of visitors swarmed tiny Everglades City on Saturday for the Everglades Seafood Festival, listening to live bands, taking carnival rides, and eating everything from stone crab claws to chocolate covered key lime pie on a stick. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • This mermaid lured passersby into a vendor's booth. Tens of thousands of visitors swarmed tiny Everglades City on Saturday for the Everglades Seafood Festival, listening to live bands, taking carnival rides, and eating everything from stone crab claws to chocolate covered key lime pie on a stick. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Aaron 'Sugar Bear' Council tries to ring the bell, egged on by barker Arek Anderson. Tens of thousands of visitors swarmed tiny Everglades City on Saturday for the Everglades Seafood Festival, listening to live bands, taking carnival rides, and eating everything from stone crab claws to chocolate covered key lime pie on a stick. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Annabelle Van Olden plays Space Out, hoping to push cash out of the machine. Tens of thousands of visitors swarmed tiny Everglades City on Saturday for the Everglades Seafood Festival, listening to live bands, taking carnival rides, and eating everything from stone crab claws to chocolate covered key lime pie on a stick. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Tens of thousands of visitors swarmed tiny Everglades City on Saturday for the Everglades Seafood Festival, listening to live bands, taking carnival rides, and eating everything from stone crab claws to chocolate covered key lime pie on a stick. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • 'Stick a pig, win a pig,' calls out Stanley Jackson. Tens of thousands of visitors swarmed tiny Everglades City on Saturday for the Everglades Seafood Festival, listening to live bands, taking carnival rides, and eating everything from stone crab claws to chocolate covered key lime pie on a stick. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Wild Eyed Southern Boys entertain the throng. Tens of thousands of visitors swarmed tiny Everglades City on Saturday for the Everglades Seafood Festival, listening to live bands, taking carnival rides, and eating everything from stone crab claws to chocolate covered key lime pie on a stick. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Wild Eyed Southern Boys entertain the throng. Tens of thousands of visitors swarmed tiny Everglades City on Saturday for the Everglades Seafood Festival, listening to live bands, taking carnival rides, and eating everything from stone crab claws to chocolate covered key lime pie on a stick. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Tens of thousands of visitors swarmed tiny Everglades City on Saturday for the Everglades Seafood Festival, listening to live bands, taking carnival rides, and eating everything from stone crab claws to chocolate covered key lime pie on a stick. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Jeannie Krackenberger poses with a 24-lb. Maine Lobster. Tens of thousands of visitors swarmed tiny Everglades City on Saturday for the Everglades Seafood Festival, listening to live bands, taking carnival rides, and eating everything from stone crab claws to chocolate covered key lime pie on a stick. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Tens of thousands of visitors swarmed tiny Everglades City on Saturday for the Everglades Seafood Festival, listening to live bands, taking carnival rides, and eating everything from stone crab claws to chocolate covered key lime pie on a stick. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Tens of thousands of visitors swarmed tiny Everglades City on Saturday for the Everglades Seafood Festival, listening to live bands, taking carnival rides, and eating everything from stone crab claws to chocolate covered key lime pie on a stick. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Hundreds of Harleys made the trek down the country roads to the festival. Tens of thousands of visitors swarmed tiny Everglades City on Saturday for the Everglades Seafood Festival, listening to live bands, taking carnival rides, and eating everything from stone crab claws to chocolate covered key lime pie on a stick. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Tens of thousands of visitors swarmed tiny Everglades City on Saturday for the Everglades Seafood Festival, listening to live bands, taking carnival rides, and eating everything from stone crab claws to chocolate covered key lime pie on a stick. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Letitia Foster of Hollywood, Florida takes a break from cooking. Tens of thousands of visitors swarmed tiny Everglades City on Saturday for the Everglades Seafood Festival, listening to live bands, taking carnival rides, and eating everything from stone crab claws to chocolate covered key lime pie on a stick. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Susan Laird dishes up a fried platter. Tens of thousands of visitors swarmed tiny Everglades City on Saturday for the Everglades Seafood Festival, listening to live bands, taking carnival rides, and eating everything from stone crab claws to chocolate covered key lime pie on a stick. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News

Thousands flocked to Everglades City on Saturday for the three-day festival that included food, live music, arts and crafts and rides.

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