September 23, 2019 Slideshows

North Country Fair 2019 – Saturday 

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Sue and the Namies led off Saturday morning at the Garden Gate Stage (Ninth and H streets).
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Safe assumption that there's been tie-dye clothing for sale for 46 years on the Arcata Plaza during the North Country Fair.
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The Arcata Interfaith Gospel Choir sang its first performance of the year under the leadership of its new director Valetta Molofsky.
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Valetta Molofsky, the new director of the Arcata Interfaith Gospel Choir, invited her grandmother Marge to the mic to sing a solo.
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Madi Simmons joined the Arcata Interfaith Gospel Choir for a solo on late Saturday morning and then performed again late Saturday afternoon singing reggae and funk.
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Jeff Thomas, a member of the Arcata Interfaith Gospel Choir, offered a solo performance.
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Valetta Molofsky, director of the Arcata Interfaith Gospel Choir, stepped to the mic to offer her own solo.
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Krista Michelle Duarte joined two other Arcata Interfaith Gospel Choir members to lead this song near the end of the performance.
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Paula Jones performed a moving solo as Valetta Molofsky directed the Arcata Interfaith Gospel Choir.
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The Humboldt Lao Dancers performed in early afternoon at the Lawn Stage on the Arcata plaza during the North Country Fair.
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Creative masks could be found in the All Species Parade around the Arcata Plaza.
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Jeffrey Renolds, of Arcata, created his triceratops mask for the All Species Parade from a pattern that he printed, traced, cut, and assembled.
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This butterfly on stilts headed for the Arcata plaza as part of the All Species Parade.
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When just walking with brilliant red wings won't do, strap yourself into really tall stilts for the All Species Parade.
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Staff from the Northcoast Environmental Center organized and led the All Species Parade around the Arcata Plaza.
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The All Species Parade featured an all-ages mix of life forms.
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Bandemonium provided the rhythmnic sound track for the All Species Parade around the Arcata Plaza.
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This owl was spotted flying above the All Species Parade.
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Familiar and unfamiliar life forms filled the ranks of participants in the All Species Parade.
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June Moxon and her Enchanted Slipper led the Hippypotamus near the tail end of the All Species Parade, a relatively recent tradition of Kinetic Grand Championship sculptures joining Arcata events.
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Several participants in the All Species Parade advocated for "Saving California Salmon" and changing forest-practice methods.
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Valetta Molofsky, director of the Arcata Interfaith Gospel Choir, stepped to the mic to offer her own solo.

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