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Towpath Trail Lantern Parade

PHOTO BY CHUCK HOVEN

Saturday, March 12, 2022; Towpath Trail Lantern Parade, Sokolowski’s Overlook at east end of Abbey Bridge: Jeff Niesel stands with a beehive shaped lantern called “Beelightful”. The lantern was constructed by artists Samantha Fryberger and Darla Arnold using upcycled sweet tea bottles, lightbulb packaging, candle lids, rope, newspaper, clothes baskets, Frappuccino collars, cardboard boxes, and a tree branch.

PHOTO BY CHUCK HOVEN

Saturday, March 12, 2022; Towpath Trail Lantern Parade, Sokolowski’s Overlook at east end of Abbey Bridge: Eddie Olschansky of Trash Fish holds the ‘ICK-thyology’ lantern made from plastic fished out of the Cuyahoga River. Trash Fish offers free guided kayak tours to individuals willing to help fish garbage out of the Cuyahoga River. Visit their website at www.trashfishcle.org or view on Instagram @trashfish_cle.

PHOTO BY CHUCK HOVEN

Saturday, March 12, 2022; Towpath Trail Lantern Parade: Participants in the Towpath Trail Lantern Parade head down toward the Cuyahoga River accompanied by music.

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