The definition of a community according to Dictionary.com is; a social group of any size whose members reside in a specific locality, share government, and often have a common cultural and historical heritage.
In your opinion, does that definition represent the people of this place often refered to as the "Humboldt Nation"? Arcata is as different to Fortuna as McKinleyville is to Garberville.
So, let's look at the mission statement of the Humboldt County Fair: The Humboldt County Fair Association provides educational, entertainment and recreational opportunities for the general public while preserving and promoting the agricultural heritage of California's North Coast by showcasing the talents, interests, character and achievements of the residents of Humboldt County.
When we attend the Humboldt County Fair, we don't necessarily see the entire cultural and heritage mix that really represents Humboldt County. Why do YOU think that is?
We're attending the Humboldt County Fair, are you?