Above: Maddy Russell, 4, created amazing bubbles on the first day of spring!
By Janine Gates
The first day of spring was welcomed with enthusiasm at an annual community bubble blow on Sunday by “The Kiss” statue on Percival Landing.
Sponsored by People-Who-Know-We-Live-In-A-Great-Place, the activity is held from noon – 1 p.m., regardless of wind, rain, hail, sleet, snow, high tides, or sea-level rise.
This was the 24th year for the event, and while the sun has made an appearance some years, it is certainly not expected.
A special, earth friendly bubble elixir was painstakingly created just for the occasion. Wands were provided, but some folks brought their own. This year, someone cleverly brought an automatic bubblemaker! It really spit out the bubbles and added to the festivities! Sponsors hope they come back next year!
Above: City of Olympia councilmember Clark Gilman tries his hand at bubbleblowing.
Above: Bubble Blow Matriarch Gita Moulton knows how to do bubbles.
Above: Wearing Batman boots, Wyatt Nichols, who will be four next month, created several great bubbles with his mom Joanne!
Above: Daphne Williamson, almost six months old, will be ready to blow some bubbles next year, says her mom, Shannon.
For past Bubble Blow events and pictures, go to Little Hollywood, www.janineslittlehollywood.blogspot.com, and type key words into the search button.