In Arcata for the 4th of July 

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Mark Larson
Members of the Feldheim family [including Gracie (left) and Marley] escaped the heat of their home in West Sacramento with their annual trip to Arcata for the July Fourth activities. Their parents are both graduates of Humboldt State University.
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Heading for the Arcata Plaza, the color guard led off the Bubbles Parade ahead of the percussion group and the bubble-blowing crowd that followed.
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Former Arcata Mayor Alex Stillman joined the parada celebrating the Fourth of July — and her birthday.
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The Bubbles Parade around the plaza included Shoshanna Rose (center) and the Arcata Playhouse puppets.
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The Bubbles Parade included lots of bubbles, large puppets, the 2017 Rhutabaga Queen Kaleidoscope (Danielle Green) and lots of excited children in three laps around the plaza.
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The Bubbles Parade included lots of bubbles, large puppets, the 2017 Rhutabaga Queen Kaleidoscope (Danielle Green) and lots of excited children in three laps around the plaza.
Photo by Mark Larson
A long line formed for the dip-your-hand-in-hot-wax Waxtivities booth (caution tapes were up due to the stoves heating the wax).
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RampArt Indoor Skate Park transformed one corner of the plaza into a skate-boarding opportunity for Jacob Listberger, of Manila (with some coaching help from his mother Elleota Wicks).
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Aerial dancing performances by the Humboldt Aerial Collective attracted crowds with three performances throughout the day.
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This Bubbles Parade watcher wore event-themed apparel of all types.
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Mary Grounds, an employee of the Bubbles Parade sponsor (a cosmetics and beauty supply store in Arcata), joined in the bubble-blowing activity.
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Cason Miller, of McKinleyville, partook in the popular face-painting activity.
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Aerial dancing performances by the Humboldt Aerial Collective attracted crowds with three performances throughout the day.
Photo by Mark Larson
Aerial dancing performances by the Humboldt Aerial Collective attracted crowds with three performances throughout the day.
Photo by Mark Larson
Aerial dancing performances by the Humboldt Aerial Collective attracted crowds with three performances throughout the day.
Photo by Mark Larson
Hoop aerial dancer Joni of the Humboldt Aerial Collective donned appropriate boots to wear during her performance that was accompanied by the song, "These boots were made for walking."
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Holly Hall (left) and Tim Macias, both of Arcata and members of the Hi Jiu Jitsu Academy, demonstrated some fast-paced pad work and sparring.
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Members of the Feldheim family (including Gracie (left) and Marley) escaped the heat of their home in West Sacramento with their annual trip to Arcata for the July Fourth activities. Their parents are both graduates of Humboldt State University.
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Members of the Feldheim family [including Gracie (left) and Marley] escaped the heat of their home in West Sacramento with their annual trip to Arcata for the July Fourth activities. Their parents are both graduates of Humboldt State University.

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