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Blue Lake Notes: the Peaceable Hamlet bustles with fun

Happy July everyone! July is Parks and Recreation Month, and the City of Blue Lake is busting at the seams with recreational activities. Regular activities include skating every weekend (Fridays and Saturdays, starting at 6:30 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m.), Pickleball almost every day of the week (times vary), Drop-in Volleyball on Wednesdays at

At the Market: It’s a farmers’ market every day at Farmstand

Kathy Mullen has got the vibe. Her beauty spot on Myrtle Avenue has all the fun and joy of a farmers’ market every day. She’s been a familiar face at the Arcata Farmers’ Market for years and years and she created her Kneeland Glen Farmstand five years ago to continue that positive experience. “I wanted

Platz debuts latest novel, ‘Bristlecone’

Local author Richard Platz will be reading from Bristlecone, his most recent novel, and signing copies of his books at the Blue Lake Branch of the Humboldt County Library, Saturday, July 14 at 2 p.m. The library is located in the Blue Lake City Hall building at 111 Greenwood Rd. in Blue Lake.  In describing his

First Annual Fairy Festival is Saturday

Arcata Main Street Arcata Main Street introduces The First Annual Fairy Festival on the Arcata Plaza on behalf of Foster Children’s Special Court Advocates of Humboldt (CASA). A magical realm out of the mind and heart of Shoshanna brought to life for one afternoon and evening only on Saturday, June 30 from 3 to 10 p.m.

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