October 6&7

Experience the Eureka Symphony’s season opener, which will traverse nine centuries of music. 7:30 p.m. at the Arkley Center. Tickets and more information available online.

The Sequoia Park Zoo & Foundation host this annual fun-filled, family-friendly Halloween event. Patrons in costume trick-or-treat along the Zoo’s candy trail, plus there’s a Animal Pumpkin Stomp & Chomp, Spooky Science Lab, and more! Noon-4pm.

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Explore an array of vintage, second hand & artisan made goods at this pop up vendor market in Eureka’s Historic Old Town. 1am-4pm. Free. Outside Redwood Retro, 211 G St. Find more information here

The Savage Henry Comedy Club hosts a 3-day side splitting event, with 147 Comedians performing in 52 shows across 13 Humboldt County venues. Tickets are $5 and available online.

Find more information at https://www.savagehenrycomedy.com/2023savagehenrycomedyfestival

Fall is in full swing at the Harvest Artisan’s Faire, where you can peruse locally made jewelry, gifts, art and more. There will be live music, food, libations and a kids zone for the little ones. The Faire will be held at the Veteran’s Memorial Building in Eureka (1018 H St.).

See Wild Coast Markets’ Instagram for more information.

First Saturday of the Month, 6-9pm

On the first Saturday of every month, Old Town Eureka transforms into myriad venues for music and art. Galleries, restaurants, bars and businesses welcome patrons and spectators with exhibits, demonstrations, live performances and more. Celebrating the work of local artists, Arts Alive is just one of the many ways that Humboldt County lives up to claim “most artists per capita.”

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December 9

The 35th annual Trucker’s Christmas Parade is a dazzling showcase of light and cheer. Trucks and floats are elaborately adorned with Christmas lights for an evening parade through Eureka. The entry fee benefits the Boys and Girls Club of the Redwoods. Parade begins at 6pm.

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December 1-3

For more than 40 years, locals have gathered at the Humboldt Artisans Crafts & Music Festivals at Redwood Acres Fairgrounds in celebration of the holiday season. This event includes hundreds of food and craft vendors, and lots of live music. Bring a toy for the Humboldt Bay Fire Department Toy Drive for free admission to the festival.

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November 10-11

The Fig Twig Market at Redwood Acres Fairgrounds has become a holiday tradition, with more than 80 local vendors offering handmade, upcycled and vintage wares to kick off the season of light (and start your Christmas shopping).

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Saturday, October 21

Beloved local sports team Humboldt Roller Derby hosts a hard-hitting double header against the Carquinez Quad Squad and V-Town Roller Derby at Redwood Acres Fairgrounds. Concessions and local beer available on site. Doors at 5pm. First game at 6pm. $15 door, $12 advance, kids under 10 are free.

For event details and tickets, visit www.humboldtrollerderby.com

October 5-8

This year’s Redwood Coast Music Festival will showcase more than 40 bands across eight historic stages throughout Eureka. Renowned musicians from far and wide gather for four days to participate in one of the biggest music festivals in Northern California. Genres include jazz, zydeco, swing, rockabilly, Americana and more. Be sure to bring your dancing shoes.

Visit https://www.rcmfest.org/ for details.

Fridays 5:30 – 8:30 June 30th – October 27th

Eighteen Friday evenings in a row Humboldt Made and the North Coast Growers Association transform the streets of Old Town Eureka into a festive place to meet up with friends and neighbors after the long work week.

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