Redwood Pride Summer Festival 

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Photo by Mark Larson
The 7th annual Redwood Pride Summer Festival got underway Saturday morning under foggy skies with the Pride Parade marching from the Adorni Center through Old Town Eureka. The Progress Pride Flag a now a popular symbol for the queer and trans community at many Pride events.
Photo by Mark Larson
An estimated 150 Pride Parade participants marched from the Adornia Center through Old Town Eureka, with several carrying Progress Pride flags.
Photo by Mark Larson
A few Pride Parade signs included current world-news events in their messages.
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Theresa Jennett wore her brightly colored tie-dye t-shirt and peace glasses in the Pride Parade.
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Sister Juana Little from Eureka's chapter of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence and Abbey of the Big Red Wood joined Avril Frasche and Emiy Siegel for a photo op before the Pride Parade began.
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These Pride Parade participants arrived covered in a colorful mix of accessories and capes.
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Sister Juana Little from Eureka's chapter of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence and Abbey of the Big Red Wood waved to those watching the Pride Parade participants march through Old Town Eureka.
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Misti Balin (left) in a button-filled vest marched in the Pride Parade with friends carrying the Queer Humboldt banner.
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Debbie Cendejas (left) was supported in her march in the Pride Parade by her sons Noah (left), Matthew and Pedro.
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Natalie Arroyo (center) gathered other skaters together for a photo op before the the Pride Parade headed for Old Town Eureka.
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This Pride Parade participant brought a Rainbow California Pride flag to the march.
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Casey Delfino (left) and Enrique Guerrero brought their children and Pride flags to offer support as they watched the parade.
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These Raven Project volunters invited attendees to "vote" for their favorite Project club at the Day Festival at the Jefferson Center and also promoted the many services available in the organization.
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Mandy Hackney (left) and Kendall Williams showed off the new t-shirt logo for the Humboldt Bay Mycological Society designed by artist Riley Gorman. It was the Society's first booth at the Day Festival while promoting the November Mushroom Fair and as a shared fundraising project with Redwood Pride.
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The rainbow-colored steps at the Jefferson Center was a popular location for photo ops all afternoon at the Day Festival.
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The Redwood National Park booth at the Day Festival was a popular stop as RNP staffers Sierra Conley and Brett Lang helped attendees with their hands-on art projects.
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Trish McGee (right), a member of the Redwood Chapter of the national Free Moms Hug organization, offered a welcome hug to Miali at the Day Festival.
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Photo by Mark Larson
The 7th annual Redwood Pride Summer Festival got underway Saturday morning under foggy skies with the Pride Parade marching from the Adorni Center through Old Town Eureka. The Progress Pride Flag a now a popular symbol for the queer and trans community at many Pride events.

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