Fall Splendor 2017 

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The Inn at 2nd & C offered a Renaissance feast dinner to a packed house before the Costume Fashion and Trashion auction and entertainment.
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The Costume Fashion Show and Trashion Show featured clothing from 11 shops and five original "trashion" designs. The "trashion" designs and a few clothing offerings were auctioned off.
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Demila Hodges, of McKinleyville, modeled the "trashion" design created by Svetlana Larson out of a shower curtain and lots of rivets during the Costume Fashion and Trashion fundraiser auction.
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The model wearing the "trashion" top hat, dress jacket and pants made from Recipe 420 garden soil bags checked the ingredients list during the fundraiser auction of this ensemble: "Trashley/Bags for Change by Dillon Timmerman."
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An animal print ensemble in the Fashion and Trashion show.
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The model wearing the Five & Diamond design encouraged the audience to keep bidding for her clothing design.
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Costume Fashion and Trashion models Tara Miller joined her mother Nya Larson, of Whale Gulch, for a selfie while waiting their turns to go on stage.
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Dressed in ballroom steampunk fantasy attire, these attendees started their dinner with a toast.
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The Costume Fashion and Trashion Show ended with an auction of the five "trashion" designs and a few costume designs.
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Every corner of the first and second floor of the hotel was filled with arts and craft vendors, an array of silent auction items and clothing designs offered for sale.
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Bartender and volunteer Lydia Pelin, of Redway, staffed one of the multiple bars offering artisanal cocktails.
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Jack Todd, of Redway, said he bought his shiny sequined jacket last summer at an eclipse festival in Oregon.
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Lula May Williams, of Garberville, showed off a few dance steps.
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Garberville residents Lula May and Alfred Williams, Ryan Moore and Chloe Peterson arrived at the Inn at 2nd & C dressed in their steampunk fantasy attire.
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First-time attendees Jeanne and Leigh Kahan, of Trinidad, said they rented their attire at the Costume Box store in Eureka.
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Volunteer Lydia Pelin, of Redway, offered Psychedelvis (a.k.a. local Elvis impersonator Tim Breed) a flute of champagne as he entered the Inn at 2nd & C. Breed was dressed in a costume offered by Manderella that he wore later in the fashion show.
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Fall Splendor volunteer and Community Park board member Ross Huber, of Garberville, said, "If the move of the event from Garberville to this donated venue was contentious, it wouldn't be sold out — but it is. I think people are enjoying a chance to have a night out away from Southern Humboldt."
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Dinner performance juggler Victor found his crystal ball in repose on his forehead.
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Dinner performance aerial-silk dancer McKenzie Dibble, of Arcata, showed off her skills.
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Magician Shae Freelove encouraged audience member Chloe Peterson, of Garberville, to insert a large nail into his nostril during the dinner performances.
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The Inn at 2nd & C offered a Renaissance feast dinner to a packed house before the Costume Fashion and Trashion auction and entertainment.

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