Loleta Fireman's Pavilion
/ 6:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
A variety of bicycle rides available from a century through Avenue of the Giants to a flat, family fun ride to Crab County Park. Post-ride deep pit barbecue included.
/ 10 a.m.
Free workshops in the Big Hammer Tent culminating in a visual and musical spectacle, “Mash-Up Bash Pageant” on Sunday. Using disposable materials, participants construct “Maskostumes” which are original pageant masks and costumes inspired by traditions from around the world.
Part of the Humboldt Folklife Festival. Parade, music, venors, beer, food and more. Performances by Cadillac Ranch, The Vanishing Pints, Kingfoot, Timber Ridge Boys and Bayou Swamis.
Carlo Theatre (Dell'Arte)
/ 8 p.m.
/ $8 Child
/ $10 Student/Senior
Gloria Rivard, alleged denizen of prestigious artistic lineage, fashions a spectacular extravaganza in which her talents take center-stage in a multifaceted solo performance.
See puppetry, magic, dancing, dramatic theatre and slapstick. Featuring Mooky Cornish.
Redwood Raks World Dance Studio
/ 7-9 p.m.
/ $40 6 week series
Salsa rueda is a circle of couples dancing changing partners to patterns called out in Spanish or shown with hand signals. Sponsored by Humboldt Folk Dancers.
/ 8-11 p.m.
Wind up Annie and Mary day at the Logger with the Living Rooms serving up heartfelt ballads and scorching rockers.
Cher-Ae Heights Casino
/ 8 p.m.
Your Lowdown will go on the record as saying that Chris Clay is Humboldt's most pro karaoke jockey. We know this stuff.