Float builders from the Native Daughters of the Golden West, El Pinal Parlor No. 163, gather Aug. 7 to work on their entry for the 2016 Pinedorado parade on Saturday, Sept. 3. The float — which commemorates Cambria’s sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) — is sequestered in a secure garage. Working on the representation of the earliest businesses in town’s historic East Village during the Victorian era, are from left, a scarecrow horse tied up at J.D. Campbell’s livery, Kelly Johnson, technical advisor Bill Sheppard, scarecrow of Elizabeth Sprague Johnson (wife of Cambria pioneer Jeremiah Johnson), Consuelo Macedo, Taylor Hilden and Jean Chinnici. The scarecrows tie into Cambria’s Scarecrow Festival in October.
Float builders from the Native Daughters of the Golden West, El Pinal Parlor No. 163, gather Aug. 7 to work on their entry for the 2016 Pinedorado parade on Saturday, Sept. 3. The float — which commemorates Cambria’s sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) — is sequestered in a secure garage. Working on the representation of the earliest businesses in town’s historic East Village during the Victorian era, are from left, a scarecrow horse tied up at J.D. Campbell’s livery, Kelly Johnson, technical advisor Bill Sheppard, scarecrow of Elizabeth Sprague Johnson (wife of Cambria pioneer Jeremiah Johnson), Consuelo Macedo, Taylor Hilden and Jean Chinnici. The scarecrows tie into Cambria’s Scarecrow Festival in October. Kathe Tanner ktanner@thetribunenews.com
Float builders from the Native Daughters of the Golden West, El Pinal Parlor No. 163, gather Aug. 7 to work on their entry for the 2016 Pinedorado parade on Saturday, Sept. 3. The float — which commemorates Cambria’s sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) — is sequestered in a secure garage. Working on the representation of the earliest businesses in town’s historic East Village during the Victorian era, are from left, a scarecrow horse tied up at J.D. Campbell’s livery, Kelly Johnson, technical advisor Bill Sheppard, scarecrow of Elizabeth Sprague Johnson (wife of Cambria pioneer Jeremiah Johnson), Consuelo Macedo, Taylor Hilden and Jean Chinnici. The scarecrows tie into Cambria’s Scarecrow Festival in October. Kathe Tanner ktanner@thetribunenews.com

Cambria preps for 68th annual Pinedorado festival

August 11, 2016 12:20 PM