Libby Maynard Tribute 

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The afternoon of Ink People Street Festival events began with live music by Bandemonium and and a performance of Middle Eastern dance with Shoshanna and Friends outside of Synapsis on Union Street in Eureka.
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Pastel chalk artists of all ages offered their messages of support and appreciation for Libby Maynard on the nearby sidewalks and street.
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Hungry festival attendees could purchase lunch offered by Sherrie and Cameron Jackson of EXKWSIT of McKinleyville.
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Aerial dancers Kitsu Colby (top) and Samy Bartoli (who said they had just met that day) performed among a mix of arts and culture booths inside Synapsis during the Festival from noon until 3 p.m.
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Cal Poly Humboldt student Lex Valtenbergs took advantage of the photo booth-with-poem offered by poet Rachel Scherer and photographer Nicholas Neal inside Synapsis from noon until 3 p.m.
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Artist Jorden Goodspeed, of Eureka, created live screen-printing demonstrations outside of Synapsis on the Union Street sidewalk during the festival.
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The Synapsis Eureka Drum Brigade inspired one dancer to make some moves during its outdoor performance starting at 2:30 p.m.
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At 3 p.m., Jesse Jonathan, leader of the Synapsis Eureka Drum Brigade, escorted Libby Maynard to a front row seat inside the Synapsis building for a short drum performance prior to the start of her recognition program.
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Ink People Executive Director Leslie Castellano (right), also a member of the Synapsis Eureka Drum Brigade, watched brigade leader Jesse Jonathan's animated direction of the group.
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Libby Maynard (left) acknowledged the standing ovation from the attendees inside Synapsis after her introduction by current Ink People executive director Leslie Castellano, who led the program.
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Libby Maynard was presented with this large hand-made necklace and flower bouquets in recognition of her 42 years as executive drector of Ink People.
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Wiyot Tribal Chair Ted Hernandez shared a gift of these T-shirts with Libby Maynard after his tribute to her career at Ink People.
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Carrie Grant, on behalf of the Ingrid Nickelsen Trust, offered a hug after she presented Libby Maynard with a $5,000 grant to support her own work as an artist as she begins her retirement.
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The young musicians in the Steel Pan Drums under the direction of Jesse Jonathan wrapped up the Ink People Street Party and Celebration of Libby Maynard with their performance on the Synapsis stage.
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Photo By Mark Larson
The afternoon of Ink People Street Festival events began with live music by Bandemonium and and a performance of Middle Eastern dance with Shoshanna and Friends outside of Synapsis on Union Street in Eureka.

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