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All Species Parade 2017 


Photo by Mark Larson
Zumba with Marla Joy & Friends on Saturday noon attracted a crowd of participants and observers.
Photo by Mark Larson
Humboldt State University students from the HSU River Otter Citizen Science Project joined in the All Species Parade to promote citizen participation in reporting otter sightings from watercourses and coastlines in Humboldt, Del Norte and adjacent counties.
Photo by Mark Larson
A flock of butterflies from the Trillium Dance Studio led off the All Species Parade.
Photo by Mark Larson
Jacqueline Dandeneau (foreground) joined a crowd of giant puppets and stillwalkers from the Arcata Playhouse in the All Species Parade.
Photo by Mark Larson
KHUM DJ Bayley Brown wearing a crane puppet joined the Arcata Playhouse menagerie in the All Species Parade.
Photo by Mark Larson
The All Species Parade featured participants of all ages dressed as a wide mix of life forms.
Photo by Mark Larson
Members of the Pacific Alliance for Indigenous and Environmental Action (PAIEA) demonstrated their Log Walk to Heal the Forest in the All Species Parade and had an informational table about defending the Pacific Coast Range of forests and inhabitants of all species.
Photo by Mark Larson
Jene McCovery, of Arcata, aka Grandmother Abalone and an elder of the Yurok tribe, joined the All Species Parade.
Photo by Mark Larson
Ashley Zuniga, of San Diego, held up the "Tiny Sign" she created to celebrate free speech at the Humboldt Center for Constitutional Rights information table staffed by Marcy Burstiner. People were invited to write down what was on their mind on the tiny signs.
Photo by Mark Larson
Mark Cortright of Liscom Hill Pottery Works is likely the only vendor who has been at all 44 years of the North Country Fair. A long-time board member for the fair, Cortright said the future of the fair is in good hands with a group of younger people joining the board.
Photo by Mark Larson
Lorenza Simmons-Phillips, of McKinleyville, helped lead the tie-dyed Arcata Interfaith Gospel choir in song on Saturday morning.
Photo by Mark Larson
The All Species Parade attracted a wide range of ages and species as they headed for a march around the Plaza on Saturday.
Photo by Mark Larson
Roger was in his usual corner of the Plaza on Saturday at the North Country Fair, along with his all-electric Volkswagen Bug, demonstrating the joy of using hand-powered tools and sharing his philosophy of living an environmentally friendly lifestyle.
Photo by Mark Larson
April Tweddell offered fair goers a free spin on the Spiritual Wisdom Wheel and handouts about "the path of spiritual freedom" at the Eckankar table.
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Photo by Mark Larson
Zumba with Marla Joy & Friends on Saturday noon attracted a crowd of participants and observers.
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