June 18, 2019 Slideshows

Trinidad Fish Festival 2019 

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BBQ pitmaster John McClurg (Left) and volunteers Ryan (middle) and Gilbert helped wrangle the grilled salmon .
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Rocking dreads and a 2020 political statement on his t-shirt, Eric Schauer, of Garberville, danced on Trinity Street to the music of a Greteful Dead cover band, Rosewater. Schauer said he used to follow the Dead concerts for years on a bus.
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The Grateful Dead tribute band, Rosewater, played in front of the large lunch-time crowd along Trinity Street at the Fish Festival.
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This is not a yarn bombing but an appropriate yarn craft design for a Fish Festival at this vendor.
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Jack Knight, of McKinleyville, and his mother, Amy, checked out tantaliziing offerings at this vendor's table.
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Teghan Matson (left), of McKinleyville was intrigued by the pelts offered for sale at Becky Saucedo's vendor table. Saucedo said she sells mostly vintage furs purchased from Florida.
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Sebastian Fleschner was "volunteered" by the Trinidad Civic Club to sell desserts to attendees.
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Tim Evans, of Tehachapi, tried his luck for a small gift at the Cher-Ae Heights Casino table.
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The Fish Festival parade featured the Samba de Alegria drummers and dancers (Ashley Wills (left), Rocío Crystal and Liisa Schoele) on a tour of Trinity Street amidst the vendor tents and large crowd.
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Shaelyn Thomas, of Oakland, was recruited by her mother, Larella Moore, of Trinidad, to help out with sales at her table at the indoor flea market in Trinidad Town Hall.
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The Samba de Alegria drummers and dancers (Ashley Wills (left), Rocío Crystal and Liisa Schoele) made their way past Trinidad Town Hall on their parade route.
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Samantha Toste, lead vocalist for the Blue Rhythm Revue, worked the crowd in mid-afternoon on the Trinity Street stage.
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The Lion's Club book sale drew a steady stream of attendees interested in finding a good, cheap book to take home.
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Lead singer Samantha Toste and the Blue Rhythm Revue performed in mid-afternoon on the Trinity Street stage.
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Volunteers Gilbert and Beth helped prepare the salmon for the BBQ.
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Donated jewelry and other "booty" was up for sale at the Trinidad Civic Club's booth as a fundraiser to repair and maintain the old Trinidad lighthouse. Katherine Wayne (left), Gale Becker and Jan West, co-president of the Club, dressed up like pirates to help capture the attention of attendees.
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