I Block Party 2016 

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Mark Larson
A large crowd filled the space between Los Bagels and Wildwood Music to listen to SambAmore at the I Block party on Monday. Other music groups performing throughout the afternoon included Lizzy and the Moonbeams, Timbata and the Latin Peppers.
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Ayaka Hirai-Machinda and her sister Sayaka Hirai, from Tokyo, enjoyed the long weekend break from their first semester at HSU and checked out the I Block party on Monday.
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Richard Hansis, of Arcata, looked over the silent auction items offered in the fundraiser for the Arcata-Camoapa Sister City Project.
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Alec Howard, of Arcata, was a happy Zero Waste coordinator as the reusable beer glasses and plates (washed at Los Bagels between users) and other zero-waste strategies used for the benefit event kept the garbage cans nearly empty.
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Pete Shepard, of Arcata, and others danced at the I Block party to the music of Timbata, with Eugene Novotney, Howie Kaufman, David Penalosa and Jonathan Kipp on percussion, Michael Stephenson on keys and Knick Moore on bass.
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After enjoying the pastel chalk play opportunities, August Pierce, 1, of Arcata moved to the music venue at the I Block party on Monday.
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Musicians in sambAmore created a lively entrance as they entered the I Block party on Monday and headed for the music venue.
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Cathleen Dorvilus, of Eureka, leaned on Los Bagels' brightly painted wall as she listed to SambAmore perform.
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Attendees at the I Block party formed long lines to buy lunch as several volunteers grilled albacore, chicken and tofu.
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On a sunny, warm Monday afternoon at the I Block party, Cain Heidebrecht, of Arcata, made an enjoyable discovery as he experimented with the Engineers Without Borders hand-powered water pump — rotate it faster and you get a shower of water.
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Mayleona McGruder, of Eureka, patiently waited for the finishing touches on her face painting.
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The fundraiser offerings for the Arcata-Camoapa Sister City Project included raffles, a silent auction and clothing for sale. Some depicted the donated school bus (named "Big Yellow") filled with medical supplies and volunteers that left Arcata for Nicaragua in December of 1987.
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Mark Larson
A large crowd filled the space between Los Bagels and Wildwood Music to listen to SambAmore at the I Block party on Monday. Other music groups performing throughout the afternoon included Lizzy and the Moonbeams, Timbata and the Latin Peppers.

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