April 29, 2019 Slideshows » Arts + Scene

Salt & Fog Fish Festival and Rhody Parade 2019 

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Photo by Sam Leishman
Participants in the Rhododendron Parade showcase some classic Volkswagen vans and bugs.
Photo by Zach Lathouris
A classic VW van gets the rhody treatment.
Photo by Sam Leishman
The Sunny Brae Middle School marching band performs in the parade.
Photo by Sam Leishman
A kinetic sculptor shows off his cosmic creation at the parade.
Photo by Sam Leishman
Humboldt State University’s Marching Lumberjacks belt out their rendition of Sesame Street’s “Rubber Duckie” in the Rhody Parade.
Photo by Zach Lathouris
Young thespians from the Arkley Center for the Performing Arts advertise their upcoming production of Matilda: The Musical from a flower-festooned trailer.
Photo by Zach Lathouris
One crew promotes the 2019 Kinetic Grand Championship during the parade.
Photo by Zach Lathouris
The Girl Scouts of America pose for the crowd.
Photo by Zach Lathouris
Horses make their way through the rhododendron celebration.
Photo by Sam Leishman
A cook prepares shrimp tacos at the fish fest at the foot of C Street.
Photo by Sam Leishman
Dan McCauley’s shining metal crab, recently on display at Burning Man, at the Salt & Fog Fish Festival.
Photo by Sam Leishman
Dan McCauley in front of his metal sculpture.
Photo by Zach Lathouris
Fish fest attendees took speeder car rides up and down the street in Old Town.
Photo by Zach Lathouris
The Hawaiian Chieftain from Grays Harbor docks in Humboldt Bay.
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Photo by Sam Leishman
Participants in the Rhododendron Parade showcase some classic Volkswagen vans and bugs.

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