HumLook: Dec. 16, 2018 

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Jon Exley
A boat heads southwest from the working fishing pier in Trinidad harbor.
Matt Filar
Holiday fashions of the kitsch kind framed the annual Ugly Sweater Fun Run on the Arcata Plaza Dec. 9. The uniquely curious walk/run benefits the Humboldt Educare Preschool.
Matt Filar
The Holiday Open House and arrival of Santa and Mrs. Claus is a long held Arcata tradition. Visitors were treated to complimentary hot chocolate, popcorn, horse-drawn carriage rides and visits with Santa and Mrs. Claus. Shops were open late to celebrate the season.
Sharon Falk-Carlsen
St. Bernard's kicked off its food drive with a rally. The students who brought in cans of food were given strips of duct take to tape President Paul Shanahan to a wall. Afterward, the same kids used him for target practice with water balloons and then a pie in the face. Following that, the students competed to build gingerbread houses while blindfolded and to wrap a gift box.
Jose Quezada
Chabad of Humboldt celebrated the beginning of Chanukah at sunset Dec. 9 on the Arcata Plaza with a large crowd witnessing Rabbi Eliyahu Cowen light the central torch on a giant menorah set beside the statue of President McKinley.
Jose Quezada
The 42nd annual Fortuna Christmas Music Festival was held Dec. 9 at the River Lodge with the Scotia Band, All Seasons Orchestra, College of the Redwoods Concert Band, Eureka Brass, Fortuna Union High School Music Department, Mariachi RĂ©al de Mexico, Tuba Christmas, A Company of Voices and the traditional Festival Finale community sing-along framed the annual musical event.
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Jon Exley
A boat heads southwest from the working fishing pier in Trinidad harbor.

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