Blue Lake's community, businesses and local artists will come together under the full moon Friday night and Saturday for this year's Harvest Days. Every year the City of Blue Lake holds different events for the change in season, but this is the first year they have all been held on the same weekend.
Dell'Arte International Executive Director, Stephanie Thompson said this weekend will highlight the Blue Lake community.
"There's a real alignment between the business community, the arts community, the city as a whole. We've all been working together to make this happen," said Thompson.
Friday night's festivities will start at 7 p.m. in the Big Top Tent at Blue Lake Business Park. The evening will feature live, old time music and square dancing.
Saturday's events start at noon with the Mad River Grange Harvest Fest with pumpkin pie, face painting and pumpkin carving.
All events are free to the public and are made so by a California Arts Council and ArtPlace America grant.
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