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Bigfoot Daze canceled due to COVID

Bigfoot Daze canceled due to COVID

Bigfoot Daze, scheduled for Sept. 4, has been canceled due to concerns about COVID-19 and the spread of the delta variant. The Willow Creek Chamber of Commerce sent out the following email on Wednesday night, Aug. 4: We have taken into consideration updated local, county, state and national guidelines on holding large group events during

Buddy Brown Blues Festival postponed due to COVID safety concerns

Humboldt Folklife Society BLUE LAKE –  Out of concerns for public safety, and in response to the recent request from the Public Health Department to postpone large public events, the Humboldt Folklife Society regretfully has decided to postpone the Buddy Brown Blues Festival, which was to be held on Saturday, Aug.7 Perigot Park, Blue Lake.

Delta variant puts Eureka Friday Night Market on hold

Humboldt Made EUREKA – Given the steep rise in cases and hospitalizations associated with the delta variant in Humboldt County, Humboldt Made is postponing the Eureka Friday Night Market until further notice.   “In the best interest of our community, small businesses and health care workers, we are postponing the market,” said Alanna Powell, executive director

‘Riotously funny’ circus coming to town

Arcata Playhouse ARCATA – Flynn Creek Circus will emerge from lock-down and perform in the Creamery District Thursday, July 29 to Sunday, Aug. 1. Experience a comedic circus “Fairytale.” Riotously funny, deeply moving and dangerously inspiring, this charmingly fresh all-human circus will be raising their vintage big top in the Creamery District!  Driven by original

Fourth of July Festival canceled, but there will be a fireworks show!

Eureka Main Street EUREKA –  Eureka Main Street regretfully announces that there will not be a 4th of July Festival in Old Town this year. Eureka Main Street has historically hosted the 4th of July Festival event that usually encompasses a large portion of Old Town, featuring multiple music stages and roughly 100 vendor booths

Michael Fields is moving on and making change with ‘Madsummer’

I write this to say “THANK YOU” to Dell’Arte, the North Coast, and the many people, artists, and community members it has been my privilege to work and collaborate with for these past four decades. And hopefully that will continue.  As of June 30, 2021, I will be leaving all management at Dell’Arte. This has been