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COMMUNITY CALENDAR for the week of April 10, 2017

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MONDAY, April 10, 2017

Caltrans announces that emergency work on Highway 101 from the at the Mendocino County line to the South Fork Eel River 4 241 Bridge begins today and one-way traffic control is in effect from 8 in the morning to 8 at night on weekdays so motorists should anticipate 5-minute delays.
 
The HSU Music Department’s Guest Artist Series concert is featuring clarinetist Blake McGee and Pianist Chi-Chen Wu playing a variety of repertoire tonight at 8 in HSU’s Fulkerson Recital Hall in Arcata. `
 
The Humboldt County Bookmobile is along the Van Duzen River tomorrow morning with stops at the Bridgeville School from 10:30 to 11:30, at Dinsmore next to the Laundromat from 12:15 to 2:15, and in Carlotta at Martin and Shirley’s from 3:30 to 4:30.
 
The HSU Digital Scholarship, Publishing, and Sustainable Learning Conference kicks off tomorrow morning with the HSU, ideaFest, and prize drawings from 11:30 to 11:45 followed by Lightning Talks from 11:45 to 12:30, a breakout session from 12:30 to 1, followed by more Lightning Talks from 1 to 1:30, and finally another breakout session from 1:30 to 2 in the HSU Library’s Scholar’s Lab on the third floor in Arcata. TwM@Humboldt.edu.
 
The Humboldt Folklife Society is accepting performer application submissions by the deadline of tomorrow for the Festival on July 8th to the 15th. Anna@HumboldtFolklife.org. 
 
The US Forest Service and Six Rivers National Forest are accepting applications until the deadline of Wednesday from current high school through PhD students for Forest Service Summer Pathways Internships in a variety of fields. FS.fed.us/WorkForNature or USAJobs.gov.
 
Humboldt Green Week scheduled for Friday, April 14th to the 23rd, is calling out to the community’s musicians, artists, performers, nonprofits, environmental community groups, and local businesses wanting to sponsor this event, to send inquiries to Lori@HumboldtGreenWeek.com.
 
The Mateel Community Center is accepting submissions of visual and usable art until the deadline of Friday for the Artists of the Emerald Coast exhibition, to be held April 30th. 513-5566. Art@Mateel.org.
 
The Redwood Community Action Agency is accepting written submissions by the deadline of Friday to the RCAA Board of Directors regarding ideas and comments identifying unmet needs of the County’s low-income residents to be incorporated in the Agency’s Bi-annual Community Action Plan, to Bill Rostrom at Planning@RCAA.org. 269-2021.
 

TUESDAY, April 11, 2017

The College of the Redwoods annual Juried Student Exhibition is on display through May 4th with a public reception and awards ceremony this afternoon from 4 to 6 in the Creative Arts Gallery located on the Eureka Main Campus, North Entrance. 476-4559. Redwoods.edu/ArtGallery.
 
The College of the Redwoods Garberville Instructional Site is offering an Improv Music class taught by Francis Vanek Tuesday nights from 5:30 to 7:30 starting tonight through May 16th. Come to the first class or pre-enroll by calling 476-4500.
 
The Humboldt County Bookmobile is travelling the Avenue of the Giants tomorrow morning with stops at the Miranda Post Office from 10:45 to 12, at the Myers Flat Post Office from 12:15 to 1:15, at the Weott Post Office from 2 to 3:15, and at the Redcrest Post Office from 3:30 to 4:30.
 
The US Forest Service and Six Rivers National Forest are accepting applications until the deadline of tomorrow from current high school through PhD students for Forest Service Summer Pathways Internships in a variety of fields. FS.fed.us/WorkForNature or USAJobs.gov.
 
The College of the Redwoods Clay Club is presenting a free visiting artist lecture and demonstration of thrown and altered vessels by HP Bloomer IV tomorrow morning from 11:30 3, and Thursday morning from 11:30 to 6 in CR’s CA room 136 in Eureka. 476-4559.
 
The Eureka Library invites children and their families to its free Family Fun Night of reading, singing, playing games, and doing crafts with the theme of “Showers and Flowers” tomorrow night at 6:30 at 1313 Third Street in Eureka. 269-1910. HumLib.org.
 
Gameover presents performances of “Jane Doe in Wonderland, Theater Against Sex Trafficking” for ages 14 and older followed by a survivor talk-back, tomorrow night at 6:30 the Eureka High School. JaneDoeInWonderland.com.
 
The Redwood Region Audubon Society is holding its monthly Conservation Meeting Thursday at Noon at Rita’s Margaritas and Mexican Grill, 111 5th Street in Eureka. 445-8311.
 
HSU’s Sustainable Speaker Series is presenting a free public lecture by Mary Ann Piette on “Commercial Building Control Systems and Energy Management: Current Challenges and Future Directions” Thursday afternoon at 5:30 in HSU’s Founders Hall room 118 in Arcata. SchatzLab.org. 
 
Redwood State and National Parks is seeking enthusiastic local youth ages 15 to 18 to apply for Youth Conservation Corps jobs this summer until the deadline of April 21st. 465-7737. Lynn_Erickson-LeviNPS.gov.
 

WEDNESDAY, April 12, 2017

The Humboldt County Bookmobile is heading for Orick tomorrow morning with stops at the Big Lagoon School from 11:30 to 12:30, at the Orick Elementary School from 12:20 to 1:30, and downtown Orick by the flagpole from 2:05 to 4.
 
The Humboldt Rose Society is holding its short business meeting, and program on “Growing Lilium in Humboldt County” by Mike Norberry tomorrow night from 7 to 9 at Christ Episcopal Church’s parish hall, 15th and H Streets in Eureka. 826-0716. HumboldtRose.org.
 
The HSU Dance Department is performing its dance concert “Luminescence” with choreography by HSU Dance students and staff Thursday through Sunday nights at 7:30, with a Sunday afternoon matinee at 2 on April 30th. 826-3928.
 
The Friends of the Dunes is holding a free Climate Ready Study guided walk Friday morning from 9 to 11 at the Eel River Wildlife Area. RSVP’s are required at 444-1397 or info@FriendsOfTheDunes.org. Meet at 9 in the parking lot at the base of Table Bluff.
 
English Express, LatinoNet, and other local organizations are offering a free citizen naturalization interview preparation class on Friday nights from 5:45 to 7:45 starting Friday until June 30th in the General Hospital Burre Room, 3rd Floor at 2200 Harrison Avenue in Eureka. Join anytime.
 
The First Covenant Church is holding its free self-guided tour of “Hope Reborn at Easter” event of 11 scenes depicting the Easter Story Friday night from 7 to 9, Saturday morning from 10 to 4, with a children’s version Saturday morning at 10 and at 1 at 2500 J Street in Eureka. 442-6774.
 
The Redwood Region Audubon Society welcomes you to its free presentation titled “I’m for the Beaches and the Birds: Managing East Coast Beaches for People and Piping Plovers” by Dr. Katherina Gieder Friday night at 7:30 at the Six Rivers Masonic Lodge, 251 Bayside Road in Arcata.
 
The Humboldt Arts Council presents the Los Angeles electro pop duo “Peaking Lights” performing a homemade-style of electronic pop psychedelia Friday night at 8 at the Morris Graves Museum of Art in Eureka. 
 
The Mateel’s Comedy Cabaret features comedians Jesse Hett, Matt Gubser, Josh Barnes, Nando Molina, and Tony Persico Friday night, doors open at 8, show at 8:30 at the Mateel Community Center in Redway. Mateel.org.
 
Hospice of Humboldt is accepting donations for commemorative bricks to honor someone important to you, for the Hearth of Hospice path. For your brick, call 445-8443. HospiceOfHumboldt.org.

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THURSDAY, April 13, 2017

The HSU Music Department is having a guitar ensemble Vivaldi concerto performance tomorrow night at 8, a Senior Bass Trombone and Tuba Recital by Bret Johnson Saturday night at 8, and a String Studio Recital Monday night at 8 all at HSU’s Fulkerson Recital Hall in Arcata. 826-3928. Humboldt.edu/Music.
 
The Redwood Region Audubon Society is sponsoring a free public birding field trip at the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary on Saturday morning, rain or shine. Meet leader Ken Burton at 8:30 in the parking lot at the end of South I Street, Klopp Lake in Arcata. 
 
The McKinleyville Land Trust and the CCC Watershed Stewards Program welcomes all ages to come out to their “Chah-Gah-Cho” Ivy Bash to make way for native plants Saturday morning from 9 to 1 rain or shine, behind McKinleyville’s Mill Creek Shopping Center at the end of Betty Court off School Road. 916-834-0232. Sydney.Stewart@CCC.ca.gov.
 
The Lost Coast Pony Club is holding its Spring Fling Horse Show in the Dressage, Western, Jumping, and Flat Classes Saturday morning at 9 at the Ferndale Fairgrounds. 601-1606. LostCostPonyClub@gmail.com. Facebook.
 
The Yurok Tribe and the Watershed Stewards Program invite volunteers on the 16th Klamath River Clean Up Saturday morning from 9 to 2 where a free t-shirt, raffle ticket, morning snacks, and a salmon lunch is provided at the Yurok Main Office, 190 Klamath Boulevard. YurokTribe.nsn.us.
 
The Friends of the Dunes invites volunteers to help remove invasive plants to restore the Dunes ecosystem on the Friends property Saturday morning from 9:30 to 12:30 at the Humboldt Coastal Nature Center, 220 Stamps Lane in Manila. 444-1397.
 
The Clarke Historical Museum is presenting Dr. Lori Dengler discussing the effects of the 1992 Cape Mendocino earthquakes, and local author Lin Glen signing her earthquake and tsunami preparedness book Saturday afternoon from 1 to 3 at the Clarke Museum, 240 E Street in Eureka. 443-1947. 
 
The Northcoast Environmental Center’s Spaghetti Dinner FUNdraiser event of delicious food, no host bar, silent auction, and music by Kingfoot is happening Saturday. 822-6918.YourNEC.org.
 
The HSU Goudi’ni Native American Arts Gallery is exhibiting art “Beyond Traditions: Recent Native Art Alumni” through May 6th on the Ground Floor of HSU’s BSS Building, 17th and Union Streets in Arcata.  826-5418.

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FRIDAY, April 14, 2017

The Redwood Region Audubon Society welcomes birders on a field trip to the Eureka Waterfront Sunday morning. Meet leader Ralph Bucher at 9 at the foot of Del Norte Street in Eureka. 499-1247.
 
The Humboldt County Public Library invites children and their families to enjoy a special Drag Queen Story Time with special guest L. Ron Hubby presenting “Worm Loves Worm” Saturday afternoon at 2 at the Eureka Library, 1313 Third Street in Eureka. 269-1910. HumLib.org. 
 
The Friends of the Dunes’ Nature Story Time for ages 3 to 6 with naturalist Bob Peck is focusing on local wildlife followed by a simple craft project Saturday afternoon from 2 to 3 at the Humboldt Coastal Nature Center, 220 Stamps Lane in Manila. 444-1397. FriendsOfTheDunes.org.
 
The Westhaven Center for the Arts is hosting two award-winning films “Redwood National Park” and “Lassen Volcanic National Park” plus a discussion by the director/producer David Scheerer on Saturday at 501 Westhaven Drive. Facebook.
 
The Friends of the Dunes is having Naturalist Jenny Hanson for an introduction to the diverse lichens of the coastal dunes, Sunday afternoon from 1:30 to 4 at the Ma-le’l Dunes Units. Meet at the Ma-le’l Dunes North parking lot off of Young Lane in Manila. RSVP at 444-1397.
 
The Eureka Branch NAACP is announcing that due to the Easter holiday, the Sunday monthly meeting has been rescheduled to Wednesday, April 26th from 6:30 to 8 at the Eureka Labor Temple. EurekaNAACP.org.
 
The Ferndale Community Choir is performing an inspirational and uplifting selection of sacred music in three opportunities for you to hear them Sunday night at 7:30 at Assumption Church, 546 Berding Street in Ferndale, Saturday night, April 22nd at 7:30 at Christ Episcopal Church in Eureka, and Sunday afternoon, April 23rd at 3 at the Ferndale Community Church. FerndaleChoir.com. Facebook.
 
The College of the Redwoods is hosting the free fourth annual Addiction Studies Career Forum for the public featuring a panel of employed Certificate Program graduates Monday night from 6 to 8 in the Board Room, upstairs in the Student Services Building, room 24B. 476-4100. Mike-Goldsby@Redwoods.edu.
 
The Humboldt County Association of Governments needs your help for you to express what you think about public transit in Humboldt County on its Community Transit Survey located at SurveyMonkey.com/r/HumTransit.

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SATURDAY, April 15, 2017

The Friends of the Arcata Marsh is sponsoring a free ecology tour of the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary this afternoon, Meet leader Ken Burton at 2 at the Marsh Interpretive Center on South G Street in Arcata. 826-2359.
 
The North Coast Community Garden Collaborative welcomes North Coast Community Gardeners and supportive partners to its monthly meeting Wednesday afternoon, April 19th from 4:30 to 6 at 904 G Street in Eureka. Steering Committee members are sought also. 269-2071. Gardens@NRSRCAA.org.
 
The Humboldt County Bookmobile is in Orleans Tuesday morning at the Karuk Tribe’s Community Computer Center on 459 Asip Road from 10:30 to 12:15, at the Orleans Elementary School from 12:20 to 1:30, and near the Post Office from 1:35 to 3:15.
 
The North Coast Community Garden Collaborative welcomes North Coast Community Gardeners and supportive partners to its monthly meeting Wednesday afternoon, April 19th from 4:30 to 6 at 904 G Street in Eureka. Steering Committee members are sought also. 269-2071. Gardens@NRSRCAA.org.
 
Redwood National and State Parks are seeking business interest in a future café operation and have issued a Request for Expressions of Interest until the deadline of April 28th that involves developing, managing, and operating a food service facility as part of the new visitor center currently in planning development stages. Contact Chris_Fryday@NPS.gov.
 
Area 1 Agency on Aging is now accepting entry forms and sponsor forms for the 2017 Senior Art Show featuring artists 60 or better scheduled for May 6th, from 6 to 9 at 434 7th Street in Eureka. Forms at 442-3763 or A1AA.org/Events/5th-annual-being-here-now-art-show.
 
The HSU Third Street Gallery is exhibiting new works by Jim McVicker and Theresa Oats “Two Views: Paintings from Life” and “Morphic Structures” ceramic works by Shannon Sullivan and David Zdrazil both through May 14th at 416 Third Street in Eureka. 443-6363.
 
The Mateel Community Center is accepting application submissions by painters, photographers, weavers, woodworkers, and any other fine art works or pieces until the deadline of May 15th for the fine arts tent at the Summer Arts and Music Festival to be held June 4th and 5th at Benbow Lake State Park. Applications at 513-5566 or Art@Mateel.org.
 
The Superior Court of California Humboldt County is accepting applications for the 2017-2018 Humboldt County Grand Jury until the deadline of May 31st. Applications at 269-1200 or Humboldt.Courts.ca.gov.
 
Redwood Coast Village, a program of Area 1 Agency on Aging is always accepting volunteers of all ages to help seniors to keep living in their own homes as long as possible. To volunteer 442-3763, ext. 217. RedwoodCoastVillage.org.