December 05, 2022 Slideshows

December Arts Alive 

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Fred Tempas, conductor of the 33rd annual performance of TubaChristmas, was pleased to introduce a record number (30) of tuba-playing performers in the group this year.
Photo by Mark Larson
A large crowd gathered to listen to the TubaChristmas concert and sing along with several favorite Christmas carols accompanied by tubas ... and the occasional city sounds of a garbage truck, sirens and a beeping car alarm.
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Santa paused in his rounds of passing out peppermint candy canes at the TubaChristmas concert for a selfie with one of his fans.
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Attendees like Kayla Fitzpatrick (right) were given two pages of lyrics for many popular Christmas carols and were invited to sing along during the TubaChristmas performance.
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TubaChristmas players included this array of large sousaphone players like Jessica Fleming (left), Wallis Robinson, Ryan Egan and Gary Rogers (who decorated his tuba with commemorative buttons from the 30 TubaChristmas concerts that he has played in).
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TubaChristmas euphonium player Leslie Roberts added holiday decorations to her instrument.
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TubaChristmas conductor Fred Tempas, a retired local grade-school music teacher, described for the crowd the various types of tuba instruments played by group members and introduced tuba players who'd arrived from out of town.
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TubaChristmas tuba player Kevin Elliot donned holiday apparel and commemorative buttons for this annual music concert that is held in cities worldwide.
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After first passing out bells to attendees of the TubaChristmas concert, conductor Fred Tempas invited everyone to join in with a performance of "Jingle Bells."
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After the TubaChristmas concert, we stopped for a mid-afternoon look at the newly remodeled location of Dick Taylor Craft Chocolate and discovered a lot of work was still in progress just a few hours before the soft opening in only a few hours. Co-founder Dustin Taylor graciously gave us a mini-tour and then got back to work.
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Joining the large crowd at the evening soft opening, we were warmly greeted by co-founder Adam Dick at the door of the new retail and production facility for Dick Taylor Craft Chocolate.
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Co-founder Dustin Taylor had a big smile on his face as he also greeted the huge crowd attending the soft opening of the new retail and production space for Dick Taylor Craft Chocolate.
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After carefully watching the weather forecast all day, Duane Flatmo didn't let light rain deter him and his El Pulpo Magnifico performance for a large crowd at Arts Alive in Eureka's Old Town on Saturday night. Light from the flames of El Pulpo Magnifico were reflected in water droplets on the hood of a nearby parked car.
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A little fill-flash exposure revealed Andrew Goff and mad scientist/artist Duane Flatmo with El Pulpo Magnifico at Arts Alive in Eureka's Old Town on Saturday night.
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It was a fantastic mix of amazing artistry and pyrotechnics by Duane Flatmo's El Pulpo Magnifico at Arts Alive in Eureka's Old Town on Saturday night.
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Duane Flatmo's El Pulpo Magnifico performed at Arts Alive at First and E streets in Eureka's Old Town on Saturday night.
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These fans posed for a rainy photo opp on the rear seat of Duane Edward Flatmo's El Pulpo Magnifico at Arts Alive in Eureka's Old Town on Saturday night.
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Another view of Duane Flatmo's El Pulpo Magnifico in Old Town during Saturday's Arts Alive.
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A traditional stop at the end of an Arts Alive night for a photo of the Carson Mansion under rainy skies.
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Using a slow shutter speed and zooming in or out during the exposure created this effect in a photo of the Carson Mansion in Eureka's Old Town under rainy skies on Saturday.
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Photo by Mark Larson
Fred Tempas, conductor of the 33rd annual performance of TubaChristmas, was pleased to introduce a record number (30) of tuba-playing performers in the group this year.

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