Creamery 100th 

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Arcata artist Lush Newton introduced her outdoor art installation, "Golden State Creamery: The Land of Milk and Honey," at Thursday's reception at the Creamery District. The billboard was inspired by original designs for the California Creameries and the portable figures are based on historical photos.
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Indigo McGinnis (left), of Arcata, stopped by the Creamery District's lantern concession before Friday's Elemental Spectacle began to buy a lantern offered by Keri Raphael, of Eureka.
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Friday's Elemental Spectacle attracted a wide mix of participants from clowns to dancers.
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Friday's Elemental Spectacle procession began on the south side of the 100-year-old Creamery building and ended near the north entrance.
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The Ya Habibi dancers performed next at the entrance of the Creamery.
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The Kinetic Race's Queen Kalideoscope (bottom) made a guest appearance with the Ya Habibi dancers as they performed at the entrance of the Creamery building.
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Back stage at the live puppet show as a bear approaches.
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Back stage at the live shadow-puppet show.
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The all-ages audience watched with great attention the live shadow-puppet show outside the Creamery Building.
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One of the dancers entertained the large crowd awaiting the start of Friday's Elemental Spectacle procession.
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Friday's Elemental Spectacle procession was led by stiltwalkers and a dragon.
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Hula hoops provided the entertainment for Sezri Fleming, 1, of Fieldbrook, in the children's play area at Fervor Fest.
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Stiltwalker Nyrie Broderick, 10, displayed more than one skill while playing miniature golf in the children's play area at Fervor Fest.
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More than 20 vendors, including Humboldt Craft Spirits, offered unlimited samples of beer, wine, kombucha, cider and distilled spirits at Fervor Fest on Saturday.
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Jeff St. John, owner and distiller for the Dutch & Dewey Distillery in Blue Lake, offered a muddled cucumber martini to Liz Cazier, of Arcata at the Fervor Fest.
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Volunteer Peter Carlson (center), of Arcata, offered home-brewed beer and how-to advice to attendees at the Humboldt Homebrewers' stand during Fervor Fest on Saturday.
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Shoshanna Rose (right), of Arcata, helped cut and serve the Creamery Building replica cake that building owners Lisa and Brian Finigan, of Arcata, brought to share with Fervor Fest attendees.
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The Ya Habibi dancers performed next at the entrance of the Creamery.

Tags: Creamery District, Creamery Building, Creamery Festival, Fervor Festival, Elemental

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