Wednesday May 23 2012 comments Hot fun in the springtime By: Photos by Stephanie Dumm/News Messenger -A +A Stephanie Dumm/The News MessengerAuburn resident Anthony Makigill prepares to turn an unfired clay sewer pipe into a ?large black swan.? Stephanie Dumm/The News MessengerAlexis Garcia, 11, talks to Kensington Anderson, 3, about the castle that the 3-year-old said she was sculpting. Alexis is Junior Miss Placer County. Stephanie Dumm/The News MessengerJocelyn Cuenca, left, Kelly Lewis and Kathy Black watched their children, who are Lincoln High School Jazz Band members, perform on Saturday morning. Cuenca said the Art League of Lincoln donated the band?s banner, which was displayed while the band played. Stephanie Dumm/The News MessengerMia Payne, 6, sculpted a basketball hoop alongside her mother, Melissa Payne, who joined her daughter in the fun at the Kid?s Clay Camp portion of the California Clay Fest. ?It feels like mud,? said Mia about the clay. Stephanie Dumm/The News Messenger: Jacque Kennedy watches daughter, Addilyn, 22-months-old, enjoy a slice of pizza during Saturday?s International Food Festival/California Clay Festival. Not pictured is Kennedy?s mother, Judy Aguilar, who said she?s half Italian and remembered the Italian Festival from last year so she wanted to attend. The International Food Festival was known as the Italian Festival until this year. Stephanie Dumm/The News MessengerJulie Cramer, of Elk Grove?s J and J Kettle Corn, prepares to bag some freshly popped kettle corn.