Blue Lake Chamber had 18 of its faithful members attend the All County Chamber that was held at the Benbow Inn on March 2, 2018. Blue Lakers walked away with the most raffle prizes. The Benbow hospitality was top notch and food was delicious. Shown in the picture from left to right are Marvin Samuels, Ron Sharp and Mariel Morison.
The Blue Lake Chamber of Commerce has announced that the 51st annual Annie & Mary Day Celebration will be on Sunday, July 8th, 2018. The all day event will include a parade, BBQ, arts & crafts vendors, kid’s activities and music provided by Humboldt Folklife Society. This is a family, fun, free event!
The Blue Lake Chamber of Commerce has elected it’s 2018 Board Officers. From left to right they are: Ron Sharp, Vice President; Marvin Samuels, President; Mariel Morison, Secretary; Nathan Sailor, Treasurer. We also welcome Barbara Jewell and Kash Boodjeh as our newest Board members. They will join Al Clark and Mandi Kindred, who have served for many years.
Hello Blue Lake Chamber of Commerce Members! Our last quarterly mixer was beautifully hosted by Mad River Brewing Company. Please join us next quarter for a another fun evening in Blue Lake. Date: tba Time: 6-7:30 pm Location: tba As always, the buck-a-minute mic will be open! Come out to meet like-minded business owners and managers, stay for the party!
The Blue Lake Climate Action Group is asking people who live within the city limits to endorse and sign a petition to be put before the City Council early this autumn. It will circulate at the various outdoor events scheduled for this summer, such as Humboldt Folklife Festival, Annie and Mary Day, the music festival held at Perigot Park, and the various events put on by Dell’Arte. The petition reads: “We the citizens of Blue Lake would like to propose a “zero waste” … Read More
Announcing the Blue Lake Rising Grants 2015 Recipients! The 2015 Blue Lake Rising Grants were awarded at the Humboldt Steelhead Days kickoff event at the Mad River Brewery on January 23. Presented through a partnership of local arts, civic and business organizations, the Blue Lake Rising Grant program invites community members of any age to creatively engage Blue Lake through a project of their own design. Four art‐based grants were awarded in the amount of $750 each. The following 2015 … Read More
Our friends over at Humboldt Made have released their list of 111 great things to do in Humboldt County and Blue Lake has made the list in several places including two listings for Dell’Arte at #29 (Catch a Dell’Arte Show) and #38 (Mad River Festival.) Check out the list here: https://humboldtmade.com/blogs/linda-stansberry/111-ways-enjoy-humboldt-county
UPDATE: As many folks have pointed out, our SunCam has been having hardware issues. We’re working with the folks at Blue Lake Casino to have the malfunctioning hardware replaced. Many apologies, and thank you for your patience. Residents of Humboldt County have long made the trek out to Blue Lake during the summer to escape the coastal fog, but until now it’s been tough to know for sure what the weather will be like until you get out here. Blue … Read More
(Photo by Bob Doran) On Sunday, June 29th as part of the 2014 Blue Lake Rising program and the Mad River Festival, and directly following the Clowns Without Borders performance there was a free celebration in which Blue Lake was unveiled as the center of the universe. Blue Lake Rising is a re-granting program funded by a grant from ArtPlace America and focused on giving community members a voice on art projects, civic events, and public performances to enhance the … Read More