Forest Moon Festival 

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A disturbance in the force appeared just before 6 p.m. in Old Town as Arts Alive! got underway. The Costumers Appearance featured these volunteer constumed Star Wars enthusiasts from out of the area who travel to events like the Forest Moon Festival.
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George Lucas (aka Trevor Troup of Ukiah) appeared at the Gazebo to organize the Costumers Appearance characters.
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It also was prom night in Eureka and R2-D2 was more than willing to pose for photos during the Costumers Appearance in the Forest Moon Festival at Arts Alive!
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Princess Leia Organa (aka Karen Booth of Ukiah) recreated her signature moment with R2-D2 during the Costumers Appearance at Arts Alive! in Eureka.
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Hans Solo (aka Bjorn Lundeen of Westhaven) was everywhere with all kinds of galactic life forms during the Costumers Appearance at Arts Alive! in Eureka.
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The Malorean, winner of the costume contest earlier in the day at Sequoia Park, continued his travels to Old Town to get photos with the Costumers Appearance during the Forest Moon Festival at Arts Alive!
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A large crowd, many in Star Wars character costumes, gathered at the Gazebo in Old Town during the Forest Moon Festival at Arts Alive! to check out and be photographed with Costumers Appearance characters.
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After these competitors participated in the Galactic Wookie Call Competition, Sierra the emcee asked audience members to "vote" with applause for each by holding her hand over their head.
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This costumed participant in the Rebel Training Obstacle Course waited his turn to do the belly crawl, the Star Wars corn-hole toss, whack the storm troopers, jump through the rings and duel with the guard at the end of the course to get a snack.
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With light saber in hand, this youngster showed good form in the Rebel Training Obstacle Course belly crawl.
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Even Darth Vader needed to take a break at the Color the Galaxy Station during the afternoon activities at the Forest Moon Festival at Sequoia Park.
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The Color The Galaxy Station was the first stop at the Forest Moon Festival at Sequoia Park for this little Ewok and parents Orlando Gorbet and Nicole Staggs, of Fortuna.
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The Star Wars theme was a family affair for Bernard and Regina Fosnaugh, of Eureka, and their four children at the Harvest Moon Festival in Sequoia Park.
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The recently built climbing structure at Sequoia Park was a fun challenge for this young Hans Solo during the Forest Moon Festival.
The Forest Moon Festival featured several large photos of Star Wars characters around Sequoia Park and this youngster was up for a light saber duel.
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The trail in Sequoia Park provided the backdrop for this rebel from Endor and Rae (Rick Moorhead (who said his son helped him with his costume) and Laney Siegrist, of Arcata).
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Bay Area residents Emi Kolawole (left) and Symone Gamble staged their light saber duel in Sequoia Park during the Harvest Moon Festival.
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Bay Area resident Emi Kolawole paused in her light saber duel in Sequoia Park for a portrait during the Harvest Moon Festival.
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A Twi'lek attendee in the park.
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After the fall of the Galactic Empire, a lone gunfighter makes his way through the outer reaches of the lawless galaxy. The Mandalorian still had time to stop by Sequoia Park and win the costume contest in the Forest Moon Festival with his home-made costume.
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Karen Booth, of Ukiah, rocked the role of Princess Leia Organa (a fictional character and one of the main protagonists in the Star Wars franchise, portrayed in films by Carrie Fisher) at the Forest Moon Festival in Sequoia Park.
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Hans Solo (aka Bjorn Lundeen of Westhaven) was everywhere with all kinds of galactic life forms during the Costumers Appearance at Arts Alive! in Eureka.

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