Arcata Oyster Festival 2016 

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Mark McKenna
Oyster for the Osprey Oyster House are almost ready for chipotle lime or Thai lemongrass sauces.
Putting a freshly shucked oyster on the grill.
Mark McKenna
Chris Raymos takes down a Beer Kissed Oyster from the Humboldt Made booth.
Mark McKenna
From left to right: Michael Scott, Rick Reevs and Tim Brogun shuck away for the Eureka High Cheerleaders booth.
Mark McKenna
Bruce Lebel dumps another bushel on the grill at the Humboldt Made booth.
Mark McKenna
Beer kissed oysters from the Humboldt Made Booth.
Mark McKenna
Some of the crew from Folie Duce shuck and barbecue.
Mark McKenna
Blake Vinum snaps a cellphone pic of Julie Vinum, left, and Madeline Eannewitz.
Mark McKenna
Jeremey Hathaway, of Redding, only has eyes for oysters. He was attending his third oyster fest.
Mark McKenna
The plaza was packed with people during the Arcata Oyster Festival.
Mark McKenna
Humboldt Bay Oyster Company owner Todd Van Herpe smiles at a friend while shucking oysters.
Mark McKenna
Mason Bell slurps down an oyster fresh of the grill from Humboldt Bay Oyster Company.
Mark McKenna
Street performer Cornelius Austin juggled a glass ball on the Arcata Plaza during the 26th Arcata Oyster Festival.
Mark McKenna
Wes Crandell slurps down a locally raised oyster from Humboldt Bay Oyster Company.
Mark McKenna
Bear River Casino Sous Chef Ken Dayacamos torches the Aioli in the shell.
Mark McKenna
Denzel Spadafora, 3, is hoisted in the air by his Father Josh. The two came from Blue Lake to enjoy the Arcata Oyster Festival.
Mark McKenna
Dino Anderson, from San Francisco, came to visit a friend who is attending Humboldt State University and hit his first Arcata Oyster Festival.
Mark McKenna
One of the offerings from the Sushi Spot, which won Best Cooked Oyster, Best Raw Oyster, and Best Non-Oyster.
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Putting a freshly shucked oyster on the grill.

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