North Country Fair 2016 Day 2 

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Mark Larson
The All Species Parade, led by the Arcata Playhouse's large and small creature creations and other walk-in species, marched around the Arcata Plaza twice to help celebrate Sunday's North Country Fair. The parade was started by Tim McKay, long-time director of the North Coast Environmental Center.
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Local puppet master James Hildebrandt, of Arcata, led the All Species Parade with an avian creation.
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Carolyn Van Mantgem, of Arcata, walked on stilts and handled her puppet in the All Species Parade on Sunday.
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Crowds cheered the llarge menagerie of life forms in the All Species Parade.
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Zion Masala (left) and Ty Kelly, of McKinleyville, climbed to a vantage point on the Arcata Plaza to locate the start of the All Species Parade.
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Kelly Brannon (left) and Lauraine Leblanc joined the All Species Parade with tiger and leopard costumes.
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The All Species Parade featured a mix of feathers and fur during Sunday's North Country Fair.
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Warm sunshine, soap bubbles and people of all ages filled the Arcata Plaza.
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The 43rd annual North Country Fair kept its record intact of having lots of tie-dye clothing for sale in Arcata on Sunday.
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"Tiny signs" to celebrate free speech were offered to attendees at the North Country Fair by Marcy Brustiner (left) and Andrea Juarez at the Humboldt Center for Constitutional Rights information table. People were invited to write down what was on their minds on the mini-signs.
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The zero-waste Kids Craft Zone drew a crowd of children making masks prior to the start of the All Species Parade. SCRAP Humboldt organized the space.
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SCRAP volunteer Beth Contreras, of Arcata, modeled her mask that she created at the Kids Craft Zone.
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Members of Samba na Chuva rehearsed prior to their performance at the North Country Fair on Sunday.
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The percussion rhythmns of the Samba na Chuva band drew a crowd.
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Dancers from Samba na Chuva.
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Samba na Chuva dancer Lisa Cardenas.
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Mark Larson
The All Species Parade, led by the Arcata Playhouse's large and small creature creations and other walk-in species, marched around the Arcata Plaza twice to help celebrate Sunday's North Country Fair. The parade was started by Tim McKay, long-time director of the North Coast Environmental Center.

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