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Saturday - May 4, 2013

| Saturday, May 4, 2013, 3:00 p.m.
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Anastasia Fry, 8 of Latrobe, Lavender Silvercat visiting from Western Maryland (center) and Tess Clippinger of Mount Lebanon join in dancing around a Maypole as part of the 6th annual Grove of Gaia Fest at The Unitarian Universalist Church of the North Hills.
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Diane 'Emerald' Bronowicz of Brookline watches the Whiskey Rebellion Morris dancers during the 6th annual Grove of Gaia Fest at The Unitarian Universalist Church of the North Hills.
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Magda White of Fayette County recites an invocation at the 6th annual Grove of Gaia Fest at The Unitarian Universalist Church of the North Hills.
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Winslow Johnson of Squirrel Hill, Jim Morgan of Squirrel Hill, Zelda Dahl of Regent Square and Tory Butterworth of Swissvale dance with the Whiskey Rebellion Morris dancers at the 6th annual Grove of Gaia Fest at The Unitarian Universalist Church of the North Hills.
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Michael Polk of South Park holds his daughter Kaitlyn Polk, 4 as she waits to start the Pittsburgh kids marathon along General Robinson Street on the North Shore Saturday.
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Kids line up by schools and age groups at the start of the Pittsburgh kids marathon along General Robinson Street on the North Shore Saturday.
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Kids from South Fayette School District start the Pittsburgh kids marathon along General Robinson Street on the North Shore Saturday.
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Haley Nicholson, 9 of South Fayette (center) runs with her classmates in the Pittsburgh kids marathon along General Robinson Street on the North Shore Saturday.
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Ellen Flasck of McMurray pauses to check her phone while walking her sisters' dachshund dogs Manny, 3, Mango, 4, Molly, 6, Otto, 8 and Mia, 11 months around the North Shore on Saturday.

Daily images from around the region by Trib Total Media staff photographers.

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