John's Pass - It was a swashbuckling good time at John’s Pass this weekend. The boardwalk was full of families celebrating the Ninth Annual John Levique Pirate Days. The event, which commemorates the discovery of John’s Pass by turtle farmer, John Levique after the hurricane of September 1848 has a schedule full of fun for everybody.
The Sea Traders Market featured pirate wares and tasty treets. There was a family treasure hunt and then a pirate invasion..
Children came dressed in their best pirate garb to take part in the costume contest. The was also a pub crawl for older pirates and realistic fights were staged by the West Coast Mutineers.
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