This year, the 52nd annual Annie & Mary Day Celebration will be on Sunday, July 14th. The fun begins at 8:00am with the Mad River Grange breakfast. The parade begins at 11:00am, then music by the Folklife Society starts at noon. There will also be a BBQ and other food vendors, a bocce ball tournament, pony rides, fire truck rides, craft vendors and a car show! Interested in being in the parade? Download the application here. Interested in being a … Read More
The Blue Lake Museum held it’s Spring re-opening reception on Sunday, April 14th. There are new exhibits to view on the Blue Lake Advocate, law enforcement and antique toys. The Blue Lake Museum Society was organized in 1980. In 1982, the Museum opened in the Old Arcata and Mad River Railroad Depot on Railroad Avenue. The Museum will be open May- September. Their hours are 1-4pm, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Consider supporting the Museum by becoming a member. Call 707-668-4188 … Read More
Have you been to Coffee Club? Coffee Club was started in May 2018 by Sarah Finestone & Sean Stanford Graves. They provided local breakfast goodies and “Coffee Educator”, Sean, served up a variety of coffees and teas to try. Blue Lake farmer, Karina Gilkerson, began bringing her locally grown veggies and homemade breakfast treats. Karina and Rhonda Widenbeck of Beck’s Bakery have continued the Coffee Club tradition at the Mad River Grange on Fridays 7-10am. You can sign-up with Karina … Read More
The Blue Lake Chamber of Commerce was well represented at the annual Humboldt County Chamber mixer at the Benbow Inn on Friday, March 1st. Thanks to the Benbow Inn for the delicious array of food and drink provided. Thanks also to all the Blue Lake businesses that provided items for the door prize gift baskets: Jewell Distillery, Logger Bar, Mad River Brewing Co., Paradise Cay Publications, Blue Lake Museum, Blue Chair Press, Sayrina Ciders (Karen & Tom Miller) and the … Read More
Thank you to all who participated in the pie contest during the Mad River Hoedown Barn Dance, sponsored by the Blue Lake Chamber of Commerce. Here are the winners: 1st place, Audrey Baldosser-Berry Pie; 2nd place, Team Coffer (Raina & Anita Coffer)-Apple Pie Unicorn; 3rd place, Kyle Frazer-Key Lime Pie. The Barn Dance was a tremendous success, with over 300 people attending. The Blue Lake Chamber would also like to thank the Humboldt Folklife Society, the Blue Lake Saddle Club … Read More
The Blue Lake Chamber of Commerce has elected it’s 2019 Board officers. From left to right: Nathan Sailor-Treasurer, Marvin Samuels-President, Mariel Morison-Secretary, Kash Boodjeh-Vice President. We also welcome Karen Miller and Michele Kandaris as our newest Board members. They will join current Board members, Barbara Jewell and Mandi Kindred.
Come to Blue Lake’s 1st Annual Mad River Hoedown Barn Dance & Pie Contest on Saturday 1/26 7-10pm at Prasch Hall (312 Railroad Ave). This event is sponsored by Humboldt Folklife Society and the Blue Lake Chamber of Commerce. Check out the poster for more details. Get your application for the pie contest here.
The 2nd annual holiday tree decoration and lighting was on Saturday 12/8. Special thanks to Keith and Mariel Morison for providing hot cider, hot chocolate and cookies for this new Blue Lake tradition. Thanks to the Blue Lake Saddle Club for the beautifully lit pony cart rides! The tree is located in the greenbelt across from Blue Lake City Hall.
The Blue Lake Chamber of Commerce Board would like to thank all of the folks that volunteered their time and swag-making expertise to make this fundraiser an awesome success! A huge thanks goes out to: Pete Jackson from Green Diamond who personally cut and delivered a truck load of beautiful fir boughs; the Blue Lake Rancheria and Casino/Hotel for providing the swag-making work space and refreshments; Barbara and Michael Jewell who diligently collected pinecones all summer at Berry Summit Mountain … Read More
Owner, Kate Martin, inspired by a bar in Dublin, Ireland, has decorated the Logger Bar in an over-the-top style! Every space is festooned with ornaments and lights. After a long day of shopping, come to the Logger Bar for a holiday cocktail and feast your eyes with all the delights. Be sure to take in the beautiful lights down Chartin Road to the Blue Lake Casino and Hotel to get yourself in the holiday spirit!