PHOTOS: Celebrating the ‘good life’: Old Town Eureka’s Friday Night Market kicks off with something for everyone

  • The first Friday Night Market of the season was held under breezy blue skies with locally-made and produced goods, foods, wares and services celebrating some of the best Humboldt has to offer folks from tent booths and food stands lining two blocks of E Street and two blocks of Second Street in Old Town Eureka. The Friday Night Market meets every Friday night from 5 to 8 through summer until September 27. (Jose Quezada — For the Times-Standard) (Jose Quezada — For the Times-Standard)

  • Sher Ivins looks at a display of moonstones from the C’Mere specialty stones and natural jewelry vendor setup near the Clarke Museum and Eureka Visitor’s Center. (Jose Quezada — For the Times-Standard)

  • Eureka Massage and Wellness massage therapist Stephanie Connors prepares Dionna Fletcher for her first street-side massage at the Friday Night Market. (Jose Quezada — For the Times-Standard)

  • Jen Rice peruses some early summer plantings from Freshwater Farms as she strolls through dozens of vendors plying their Humboldt-made goods. (Jose Quezada — For the Times-Standard)

  • A giant aluminum crab bearing the Spaulding Construction insignia stands at the north end of E Street facing blocks of vendors. (Jose Quezada — For the Times-Standard)

  • Sarah Goodman of Eureka checks out some clothing goods on her first visit to a Friday Night Market event. (Jose Quezada — For the Times-Standard)



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