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July 4 Eureka 2017 

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Mark Larson
An American flag was all this dog needed to accessorize on the Fourth of July (even though dogs were not invited to the event in Old Town, they were numerous).
Mark Larson
Under sunny skies after noon, the Sassafras belly dance company showed off their moves in front of a large crowd at the Gazebo in Old Town.
Mark Larson
Mason Allen-Cook toured the classic and electric car show in Old Town in his red, white and blue wagon with his parents, Bob Cook and Ellie Allen, of Eureka.
Mark Larson
The Humboldt Highlanders Pipe Band marched down Second Street in Old Town toward their performance site.
Mark Larson
The piercing sound of bagpipes from a performance by the Humboldt Highlanders Pipe Band attracted a large crowd on Second Street in Old Town.
Mark Larson
Live music near Second and C streets attracted Tony Gomez and Alisa James, both of Eureka, to get up and dance.
Mark Larson
Dreams of a future ride were made by walking by a row of new and classic motorcycles in a show organized by the United Bikers of Humboldt County.
Mark Larson
Temporarily sidelined by baby Eve, belly dancer Kendra Miers, of Arcata, moved (slowly) along with the Sassafras belly dance company in front of a large crowd at the Gazebo in Old Town.
Mark Larson
Volunteer Doug Vieyra, of Eureka, in a quiet moment had a chance to read about trains as he assisted the Timber Heritage Association in offering speeder rides along First Street.
Mark Larson
You too could have a red, white and blue outfit to wear after stopping by Good Relations on 2nd Street.
Mark Larson
A close-up view of a classic 1947 Harley Davidson knucklehead motorcycle parked in a show organized by the United Bikers of Humboldt County.
Mark Larson
In late afternoon under foggy skies, Charles Wilson and Genevieve Reilly, of Eureka, showed off their moves to the music of The Undercovers near the Gazebo in Old Town. They made it into the final round of the Open Strictly dance contest back in April during the Jazz Music Festival.
Mark Larson
Alex Luna, of Eureka, took full advantage of the numerous food booths in Old Town.
Mark Larson
Taz DeMichieri, of Arcata, stopped by the face-painting booth on Second Street to get his face matching the colors of his shirt.
Mark Larson
Dressed up as Uncle Sam, Josephine and John Silva, of Eureka, took a late afternoon stroll through Old Town. They had spent their afternoon visiting patients in the hospital, a volunteer activity they replicate each holiday while dressed in appropriately themed costumes. Married 62 years, they have been volunteering for the past 13, since they moved to Eureka.
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The Silvas had their walk through Old Town interrupted by frequent requests for a photo opportunity.
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Mark Larson
An American flag was all this dog needed to accessorize on the Fourth of July (even though dogs were not invited to the event in Old Town, they were numerous).

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