Arcata Halloween 2019 

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La Catrina has become an icon of the Mexican Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, and Christina Lastra, of Eureka, brought a lovely version to the plaza.
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A zombie Princess Leia from Star Wars (Leslie Quinn) joined the zombie flash mob performance of "Thriller."
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One of the members of the Bella Vita Fire Dance Company spewed flammable liquid into the flames of another fire dancer.
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The Bella Vita Fire Dance Company performed at the end of the Trick or Treat session on the plaza.
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"Try not. Do. Or do not. There is no try.” Staff from Simply Macintosh dressed as Star Wars characters handed out treats at Simply Macintosh.
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The HSU Marching Lumberjacks did a few parade laps around the plaza supported by two giant puppets from the Arcata Playhouse.
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Trick or Treat on the Plaza brought out a lot of adorably cute costumed children.
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Supported by the prone bloody body on a table next to it, the "Alien" (Jeff Graham, of Arcata in costume with mask under his arm) handed out treats at Sidelines.
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Humboldt Outfitters store manager KJ Estey startled a few passing trick-or-treaters as they walked by her posing in the store window.
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"Thing 1" and "Thing 2," twin brothers from Dr. Seuss' book The Cat in the Hat, caught a ride on a Radio Flyer for their tour of the plaza.
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Halloween hay rides pulled by a tractor around the plaza were popular among attendees.
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Cookie Monsters Keela and Erin Buchan, of McKinleyville, led their children around the plaza trick-and-treating.
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Oliver Camacho, of Eureka, had one sleepy child in a chicken costume to carry around the trick-and-treat lines.
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The Mad Hatter and the March Hare (Frank Todero and his son, Roam, of McKinleyville) from Alice in Wonderland made their way through the plaza, along with the Queen of Hearts (Lehua Todero, not pictured).
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Warm greetings were offered by members of the Dell'Arte talent pool in front of the ReMax Realty office (from left, Katheryn Cesarz, Cleo DeOrio, Jesse March and Evan Grande).
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The flash mob performance of "Thriller," led by Kellie Johnson (front row, second from left) and Katie Stronberg, left the large audience begging for an encore.
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Jay Adams, of Arcata, in his homemade giraffe costume, his wife Jenna and their child created their own mini-wildlife theme park.
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It wouldn't be a Halloween party on the plaza without the Halloween Fairy (Shoshanna Rose) offering a photo booth opportunity for attendees.
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Mime Bizou Massias, of Arcata, worked her way around the invisible box in which she was trapped on the plaza.
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La Catrina has become an icon of the Mexican Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, and Christina Lastra, of Eureka, brought a lovely version to the plaza.

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