North Country Fair 2022 

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Isadora Sharon led off the dancing at noon on Saturday with the Hayal Middle Eastern Music and Dance performance on the Lawn Stage.
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Staff members Wendy Starr (left) and Christina Chohlis of the Humboldt Senior Resource Center offered a look at the HSRC's Senior News and a variety of other informational HSRC material on Saturday at the North Country Fair in Arcata.
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Artist Amanita Mollier offered her silk paintings, art cards and metal prints for sale at the North Country Fair.
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Food vendors of all types were available at the North Country Fair and Diane Hunt (left) offered potential customers free samples of her Sweet Heat jam on a cracker.
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About half of all the beer drinkers brought their own reusable cups to support the Zero Waste goals; the others had to purchase one of these reusable metal cups.
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Phyllite Saura posed for a photo by her dad with her new fantasy creature ears found at the Creaturish vendor tent just before the All Species Parade.
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Participants in the All Species Parade wore a wildly creative mix of masks and costumes.
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This hermit crab with shell and jellyfish joined the All Species Parade.
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Plants of all kinds, ranging from dandelions to Darlingtonia, joined the All Species Parade.
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Creative masks and costumes of all types were found for all ages of participants in the All Species Parade.
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Very few attendees of the All Species Parade could walk past the mask offerings without trying them on at the vendor tent for Spirit Door Creations.
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Zero Waste volunteers like Krista Miller (right) helped attendees find the correct bin for recycling, composting or landfill in an ongoing effort since 2011 to reducee the garbage from the North Country Fair headed to the landfill after the event.
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Face painting was a big hit with children all day at the Fair as well as dancing to the beat of the Eureka Drum Brigade at Synapsis after the All Species Parade.
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The All Species Parade at the North Country Fair always brings out an eclectic mix of creativity and costumes.
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Will Wright invited attendees to look over the expansive display of products at his Jams and Jellies From Home vendor tent.
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Jami Mendosa, Jackie Dandeneau and James Hildebrand paused for a photo as they promoted the Arcata Playhouse artsprograms at their informational tent at the North Country Fair.
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Species of all kinds lined up for a group photo before the All Species Parade on Saturday at the North County Fair. Members of the Eureka Drum Brigade at Synapsis (in the foreground) provided lively percussion to lead the the parade around the plaza.
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Members of the Eureka Drum Brigade at Synapsis led the All Species Parade participants once around the plaza and ended with a performance on the Lawn Stage at Saturday's North Country Fair.
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A few members of the Save California Salmon organization californiasalmon.org marched in the All Species Parade lobbying for policy change and community advocacy for Northern California's salmon and fish-dependent people.
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A last-minute shopping trip replaced the forgotten-at-home wing supports and this owl finally soared over the All Species Parade.
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Rachel Noel was the second to dance on the Lawn Stage at noon on Saturday with the Hayal Middle Eastern Music and Dance performance.
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A creative mask on one of the members of the Eureka Drum Brigade at Synapsis.
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Jesse Jonathan (right) led the Eureka Drum Brigade at Synapsis at the front of the All Species Parade.
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Lots of members of the Humboldt Circus joined the All Species Parade.
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This favorite species mask was worn with a stylish scarf at the North Country Fair.
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Artist Amanita Mollier offered her silk paintings, art cards and metal prints for sale at the North Country Fair.

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