OLD CREAMERY – The Ink People, an arts and culture incubator in our community since 1979, has put out a call for volunteers, vendors and sponsors for The Golden Road Art & Music Fair Sunday, Aug. 1 at the Old Creamery at Ninth and L streets.
“Community support is now more important than ever for The Ink People since we are still displaced from our facility as a result of January’s earthquake,” explained TIP co-founder and Executive Director Libby Maynard. “This fundraiser has two goals: to celebrate the creativity of Humboldt artists and entertainers and most importantly, to keep The Ink People’s doors open.”
Beginning outdoors at noon, the fair will feature three performance stages filled with live music, performance arts and other exciting attractions.
Kids can be creative, learn new skills and stay entertained for free in a large child-friendly zone.
In the evening, Redwood Raks will host an intimate concert by The Fickle Hill Billies and The Miracle Show, plus The Inky Fingers Bar and Jerry Garcia and Janis Joplin Lookalike contests.
Call TIP Programs Manager Tanya Nordberg at (707) 442-8413 to volunteer, reserve a booth or sponsor the fair. InkPeople.org.