Cherokee Street Dance
Friday, July 9, 2010
Photos by Paul Struck and Vanessa Reusch
SUG in the house! -
Brothers Josh, left, and Seth Larson, and drummer Trevor Marriotti, of Something Underground, wowed the crowd as Saturday's headliner at the 2010 Little Sioux Summer Festival Street Dance in Downtown Cherokee.
Rock Pilots rock -
Rock Pilot band members Jimmy Davis, left, Tim Anderson on drums, and Steve Thomas livened up the crowd at the Little Sioux Summer Festival in Downtown Cherokee's Historic Culture and Entertainment District. Mike Hoover and Steve Alingh also play for the Rock Pilots.
Good times -
This happy group from the Cherokee Washington High School Class of 1980 shared some good times at last weekend's Little Sioux Summer Festival Street Dance. They include, front row, left to right, Curt Claybaugh of Cherokee, Curt and Julie (Berglund) Johnson of Spirit Lake, and, back, Jeff and Barb (Hester) Moreau of Denver, Colo.
Hangin' out -
Music fans of all ages camped out in favorite spots to listen to the bands play at Saturday's Little Sioux Summer Festival Street Dance in Downtown Cherokee.
Depot Art show -
Many artisans display their many crafts and works of art on the lawn at depot Saturday during the Little Sioux Summer Festival in Cherokee.
Smiles around -
Jim Adamson, left, and Steve Schroeder, two of Cherokee's dedicated civic volunteers, enjoyed themselves at Saturday's Little Sioux Summer Festival Street Dance on East Maon Street.
Rarin' to go -
Dorothy Rienfeld of Cherokee waits to buy a pass for the Little Sioux Summer Festival Street Dance in downtown Cherokee Saturday from loyal volunteers Louis and Sheree Hausmann, and Lori Thomas.
Street Dance -
Many people came to hear and dance to the music of Something Underground at the street dance Saturday night during the Little Sioux Summer Festival.
Many classic and antique cars were on display Saturday at depot during the Little Sioux Summer Festival in Cherokee.
So many things -
Many art lovers came to the depot Saturday to look at the many crafts and pieces of art on the lawn at depot during the Little Sioux Summer Festival in Cherokee.