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Photo Gallery: Guyasuta Days in Sharpsburg

| Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2018, 9:09 p.m.
Guyasuta Days Festival Honorary Chief Lou Costanzo , also Sharpsburg Fire Chief enjoys a frozen ice after opening ceremonies to kick-off the week long annual festival.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune Review
Guyasuta Days Festival Honorary Chief Lou Costanzo , also Sharpsburg Fire Chief enjoys a frozen ice after opening ceremonies to kick-off the week long annual festival.
Guyasuta Days Festival kicked off opening night with entertainment by Daniels & McClain in Sharpsburg on August 6, 2018
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune Review
Guyasuta Days Festival kicked off opening night with entertainment by Daniels & McClain in Sharpsburg on August 6, 2018
Three year old Makenzie Hanlon sits for her first face painting by artist Celeste Daisher on opening night of the annual Sharpsburg Guyasuta Days Festival on August 6, 2018.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune Review
Three year old Makenzie Hanlon sits for her first face painting by artist Celeste Daisher on opening night of the annual Sharpsburg Guyasuta Days Festival on August 6, 2018.
John Burnett takes the stage to say a few words to the Rapino family during ceremony on opening night of the Sharpsburg Guyasuta Festival. The late police chief Mike Rapino Sr. was given the community spirit award and was presented to his wife Eileen Rapino and family.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune Review
John Burnett takes the stage to say a few words to the Rapino family during ceremony on opening night of the Sharpsburg Guyasuta Festival. The late police chief Mike Rapino Sr. was given the community spirit award and was presented to his wife Eileen Rapino and family.
Robert 'Snakeguy' Habegger shows off a trained snake while also posing for photos and selling his homemade pepper spices during opening night at Guyasuta Days Festival in Sharpsburg.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune Review
Robert 'Snakeguy' Habegger shows off a trained snake while also posing for photos and selling his homemade pepper spices during opening night at Guyasuta Days Festival in Sharpsburg.
Alex Rapino shows tatoo he has to honor his late grandfather Michael Rapino, Sr. who was the 2018 Community Spirit Award recipient during ceremonies at the Guyasuta Festival.  Also attending with Rapino family was wife of 44 years Eileen Rapino who was given a handmade memorial stained glass window hanger by the acting festival committee that Rapino served on .
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune Review
Alex Rapino shows tatoo he has to honor his late grandfather Michael Rapino, Sr. who was the 2018 Community Spirit Award recipient during ceremonies at the Guyasuta Festival. Also attending with Rapino family was wife of 44 years Eileen Rapino who was given a handmade memorial stained glass window hanger by the acting festival committee that Rapino served on .

The annual Sharpsburg Guyasuta Days festival kicked off on Aug. 6 and runs through Aug. 11.

Lou Costanzo was crowned honorary chief and Kathy Mercer was named princess during opening ceremonies. The festival committee honored the late Michael Rapino, former police chief, with a Community Spirit Award and presented his family with a handmade stained glass art piece. The night included entertainment, vendors, horse rides and bounce houses. Music and entertainment continues each night. Children can ride free from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Aug. 11.

Jan Pakler is a freelance photographer.

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