The newly elected 2023 Blue Lake Chamber of Commerce Board officers are: left to right- Rick Levin, Treasurer; Mariel Morison, Secretary; Marvin Samuels, President and Emily Wood, Vice-President. Additional Board members are: Carly Paronelli, Theora Jackson, Hana Padilla, Karen Miller, Jeff Hackney and Albert Cervantes.
Winter Wonderland Horse Story Tour
Love horses? Come on down to the strip by the Blue Lake Museum on Saturday 12/17 5-7pm to hear stories about horses with live horses! There will be food, drinks and vendors. This magical free event is sponsored by the Blue Lake Saddle Club.
Blue Lake Holiday Celebrations!
Blue Lake is the place to be for the holidays! There will be ornament decorating at the Mad River Grange, a community light parade & tree lighting. For more info, check out the attached flyer or visit the events calendar on our website. Want to be in the parade? Contact the City of Blue Lake for more info.
Fall Chamber Mixer
The Fall Blue Lake Chamber of Commerce Mixer at the Mad River Grange was a rousing success! Over 60 people attended, including several members from the Arcata Chamber of Commerce. Businesses contributed many wonderful raffle prizes. Thanks to all the businesses that contributed: Darcey Lima (The Dog House) for the amazing food, The Mad River Old Crows for the wood fired pizza and wine, Mad River Brewery for their Historic Park IPA & Undamned Huckleberry seltzer and Sayrina Cider for … Read More
Fall Chamber Mixer
The Blue Lake Chamber of Commerce will host a Chamber Mixer on Tuesday, November 15th 5:30pm-7pm at the Mad River Grange 110 Hatchery Road. All Chamber members are welcome to attend. There will be libations, appetizers by the Dog House & pizza by the Old Crows, raffle & “buck a cluck”! Stop by the Logger Bar after for special cocktails or the Manzanilla food truck for dinner.
Macabre Cabaret at Dell’Arte
Back from the Virtual Land of the Dead, the Dell’Arte Company presents “The 2022 Macabre Cabaret” at the Carlo Theatre in Blue Lake. Scream as you witness Dell’Arte’s ghoulishly giddy theater of nightmares, witchery, and the brainlessly macabre entertainment. The 2022 Macabre Cabaret runs Thursday, October 13th to Saturday, October 15th at the Carlo Theater. The show stars at 8pm with the house opening at 7:30pm. Tickets are available at the door, by phone, and online at http://dellarte.com and cost … Read More
Blue Lake Sunday Markets
Have you been to the Sunday Markets in sunny Blue Lake? If not, you have two more Sundays to check it out. Music, farmers, craft vendors, food vendors and various adult beverages (including signature cocktails by Jewell Distillery & beer/seltzer from Mad River Brewery) are available 1-5pm in downtown Blue Lake on 9/18 and 9/25. Take time to check out all the things Blue Lake has to offer: Mad River Brewery, Honeycomb Coffee, BLT Designs and all the hiking/biking trails … Read More
Blue Lake Sunday Market
Humboldt Made & North Coast Growers Association have partnered with the City of Blue Lake to feature this brand new event series. Beginning Sunday, August 21st 1-5pm, there will be artisan booths and a farmers market around the town square (H & 1st Ave). In the backyard of Dell’ Arte there will be live music, adult beverages and food vendors. The Sunday market will run every Sunday through September 25th. A great opportunity to visit Blue Lake and enjoy what … Read More
Dell’Arte Professional Training Program
The Professional Training Program (October 2022 – June 2023) is a one-year journey into the realm of actor-created theatre. PTP begins with foundational training in physical awareness, play, movement, a variety of global dance forms, and the FM Alexander Technique. The Program continues with an in-depth study of Mask, Commedia Dell’Arte, Heightened Acting and Clown. The training incorporates the exploration of theatre dynamics, character, relationship, and the actor’s use of space and time. With ongoing research into the collaborative process … Read More
Annie & Mary Day Celebration Success!
Blue Lake’s 54th annual Annie & Mary Day Celebration was a rousing success. The sun was out all day, the food was tasty, the car show was the largest ever, and vendors offered all kinds of crafts. This event would not have happened if it was not for the hard work put in by Mariel Morison, Rick Levin, Blue Lake’s city workers, Adelene and Ted Jones, Jo Patterson, Kathy Nelson and many others. Special thanks to Friends of the Annie … Read More