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Trinidad Art Nights 

Friday, Sept. 2, 6-9 p.m.

BEACHCOMBER CAFE 363 Trinity St. Art show featuring a collaboration with Rebecca Crow and son Kagan. Music by Sand Fleas. Free face painting by Tess Kraus, free art supplies provided by Westhaven Center for the Arts.

BERGERON WINERY 359 Main St. Charles Klabunde, black and white and color pencil etchings.

THE LIGHTHOUSE GRILL 355 Main St. Susan Mayclin Stephenson, acrylic on canvas, and Jill's Whims, eco-dyed upcycled clothing.

MOONSTONE CROSSING 529 Trinity St. Dana Utman, photography. Music by Tony Roach.

NED SIMMONS GALLERY 380 Janis Court. 5-8 p.m. Plein Air exhibit presented by the Trinidad Coastal Land Trust featuring 17 local artists, each having painted at least one of the TCLT's holdings.

SAUNDER'S PARK (start of Patricks Point Drive) Skate ramps provided by Trinidad Skate Park Alliance. (Firedancing cancelled  - final performance will occur in October.)

SAUNDER'S PLAZA (Lot next to Murphy's). Music by Bayou Swamis.

SEASCAPE RESTAURANT 1 Bay St. "Seascapes," Jim Welsh, oil on canvas.

STRAWBERRY ROCK GALLERY 343 Main St. Various artists from Humboldt County and surrounding areas.

SUNSET RESTAURANT 27 Scenic Drive.  Ranjith Jim Box, photography. Music by Michael Dayvid.

TRINIDAD ART GALLERY 490 Trinity St. Featured artists: Oceana Madrone, quilts and beads, and Diane Sonderegger, ceramics. Music by Penny Gunn.

TRINIDAD EATERY 607 Parker Road. "Beautiful Flowers and Birds," Augustus Clark, acrylic mixed media collage paintings.

TRINIDAD MUSEUM 400 Janis Court at Patricks Point Drive. "Touring Scenic Drive: Then and Now," images of the 1921-1922 construction of the old Redwood Highway.

TRINIDAD SCHOOL 300 Trinity St. "Boffer Ring," Kids and adults alike, Styrofoam swords and battle axes. In field behind school.

Shuttle Service available with several pick-up and drop-off locations throughout town.

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