Peruse the Lowdown below to aid alternate plans, reggae fans.
There's some gems in the mix. Like, if you'd like to sway along with the SoHum masses, the Mateel Community Center is hosting major touring reggae act Tribal Seeds tonight. Are they your particular brand of reggae? We snuck this video away from YouTube to help you decide.
/ 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Local produce, meats flowers and more. Music at 10 a.m. (Click for music schedule.)
Arcata Community Center
/ 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
/ $15 non participant observers
Kumu Hula Reynee Ipomoelana “Auntie Moe” Tanaka of Halau Keolaloa/Teoraroa ‘Ote’a teaches.
Main Street, Ferndale
/ 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
On the corner of Shaw and Main streets. Sustainable farms sell local produce direct to the consumer.
/ 1-3 p.m.
Join an experienced Friends of the Dunes naturalist.
/ 7 p.m.
Jazz flights, anyone?
/ 7-10 p.m.
With a fantasy-style theatrical set and crazy costumes.
/ 7 p.m.
/ $5 sliding scale
A Reason to Listen poetry collective presents Spoken Synergy: a collaboration of spoken word, music and movement.
Cecils New Orleans Bistro
/ 7:30 p.m.
Six piece group features Jimmy Durchslag on trombone, Orlando Morales on timbales, Arnie Morales on congas, Andy Barnett on trumpet, Tim Randles on piano and Lee Phillips on bass.
RJ Grin's Lounge
/ 9 p.m.-1:30 a.m.
/ 9 p.m.
Where's Queer Bill presents.
Six Rivers Brewery
/ 9 p.m.-midnight
Young, local trio playing indie/soft rock.
/ 9:30 p.m.
Dance ... dance ... get on down in ya undapants ...
/ 10 p.m.
Plaza ass shaking.