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The courtyard by night, after the Saturday evening Mass.


In the courtyard were booths representing St. James' homeless ministries, as well as hot apple cider and roasted peanuts.


The Toucans Steel Drum Band played in the courtyard following each of our Centennial Masses.  Here they're getting in trouble with Officer Kevin Smith. Thanks to the Toucans for the fun photo.


Zoe helped her mom out at the Operation Nightwatch booth in the courtyard area.


These aren't just costumes... these are official uniforms and real police officers!  Special thanks to the Seattle City Police Department for helping us celebrate our 100th birthday.


The McKay clan knows how to celebrate a birthday!  Photo by Stephen Pace.


The Young Adults were there to lead the way!  Here Wil de los Trinos points the way to Cathedral Hall.


Parishioners who completed their fair "passport" received a gift of a t-shirt, a Cathedral book or CD.  They also voted on the booths... find out about the winners here!


The Hall crowded with fair-goers after the Noon Mass.


Helen Oesterle, director of religious education, dressed in the old "holy habit" of the Sisters of the Holy Names.  She is surrounded by real-life sisters... Sisters Frances Wink, Judy Ryan, Margaret Evenson, Claudette Conrad, and Anne Herkenrath.  Photo by Stephen Pace.


The fair underway in Cathedral Hall.


The history climb in the stairwell traced the history of the parish from the early days of Seattle to the present.  All you ever wanted to know about St. James and much, much more...!


The history walk culminated in a museum on the 2nd floor.  Special thanks to the Frye Art Museum for lending the beautiful museum cases.


The reading room including dozens of books on Seattle history and the Catholic church.
 

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Seattle, Washington  98104
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