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What: The Most Comprehensive Celebration of Art & Music on the North Coast
When: Saturday & Sunday, June 2nd & 3rd, 2012 / Open 9:30am – 10pm
Where: Benbow Lake State Recreation Area, Southern Humboldt County, CA
Tickets: $15 per day / $25 for the weekend
Look for the Official Festival Program Guide, out now at local news stands and available as an insert in the Redwood Times (5/22/12), Willits News (5/23/12), and the Arcata/ Eureka boxes of the North Coast Journal (5/23/12).
Coming up on the weekend of June 2nd and 3rd, 2012 the Mateel Community Center will kick off the summer festival season with the 36th annual Summer Arts and Music Festival at Benbow Lake State Recreation Area.
A beloved local tradition to celebrate the arrival of summer, this favorite family event will again offer the most comprehensive and affordable celebration of arts and culture in Humboldt County, with more than 100 diverse performances on 4+ stages, over 150 handmade craft and food booths, an all-media Fine Arts Showcase, Outrageous Kid Zone, Belly Dance Temple, the Generation Green Tent, and so much more.
Admission for the festival will be at the gate only for price of $15 per day or $25 for the weekend pass. Kids 12 & under are free. Gates open at 9:30am both days and the fun wraps up at 10pm. Free shuttle service is offered continuously from Redway, Garberville and both Benbow Lake and Richardson Grove campgrounds. A limited amount of paid parking is also available in Benbow.
Aside from a few letters of unnecessary tone from both sides, I’ve really appreciated the Second District Supervisor discussion this time around. We have some very articulate writers. Some long winded (including me – I didn’t realize quite how long winded until I saw how much space I took up in the paper, and believe it or not I condensed!). Some very thoughtful. Some not so thoughtful. Anyway, The Redwood Times has its letters up. I wrote a separate letter for each paper, and unfortunately the Independent isn’t yet online and I keep forgetting to thumb drive the first letter from my offline computer.
Unfortunately, that’s as far as the links go. There were some great letters over the past month.
So what will happen on Tuesday? I’ll give you my predictions on Monday evening.
Addendum: The Arcata Eye was kind enough to compile its letters of support for candidates. None in the Second District. Lots of support for Mark.
Second addendum: More letters from this week’s paper.