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COMMUNITY CALENDAR for the week of February 20, 2017

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MONDAY, February 20, 2017

The Humboldt Unitarian Universalist Fellowship invites the public to a live concert REZIST this evening at 7 by humorous political commentator Roy Zimmerman along with co-writer Melanie Harby at the Humboldt Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 24 Fellowship Way in Bayside. 822-3793. Roy Zimmerman Concert canceled due to expected weather on Monday and will be rescheduled 'after the storm'.
 
The HSU Music Department announces a piano studio recital tonight at 8 in HSU’s Fulkerson Recital Hall in Arcata. Humboldt.edu/music.
 
CalTrans announces that Emergency work on Route 101 near South Scotia Road begins tomorrow and lane closures are in effect in both directions so motorists should anticipate minor traffic slowdowns.
 
The HSU Library is offering a workshop on “Creating Flyers that are Quick, Easy, and Effective” tomorrow morning at 11, and is holding a workshop on “Google Drive: Beyond the Basics” Wednesday at Noon both in Library Lab 121 in Arcata. Humboldt.LibCal.com/Workshops.
 
The North Coast Small Business Development Center is holding a 2-hour workshop to get you ready for a business loan Wednesday evening. Register at NorthCoastSBDC.org/Schedules. 445-9720.
 
Center Activities is having a free seminar providing helpful information to safely interact with the outdoors titled “Know Before You Go” Wednesday evening from 6 to 7 at the Recreation and Wellness Center at HSU in Arcata. 826-3357. Humboldt.edu/CenterActivities.  
 
The Fortuna Library is having a Celtic and Indian music concert for adults by the international superstar, and master teacher Seabury Gould Wednesday evening from 6:30 to 7:30 at the Library, 753 14th Street in Fortuna. 725-3460. HumLib.org.
 
The KHSU Community Advisory Board invites the public to its meeting Wednesday night from 6:30 to 8 to obtain input regarding any aspect of KHSU’s programming and operations, at HSU’s Student Business Servicers Building room 405 in Arcata. 826-4607. KHSU.org.
 
Humboldt Youth Engaged in Philosophy has grants available until the deadline of March 1st for nonprofit agencies, organizations, school programs, and service clubs to support Eel Valley youth and young adults who need help. 845-4337. CassandraW@HAFoundation.org.
 

TUESDAY, February 21, 2017

The HSU Library is offering workshops on “Mind Over Mood” this afternoon at 5 in Library room 114, “Identify Risks with Board Games” tomorrow afternoon at 1 in Library room 208, and “Information Investigator: Search for Research Resources” tomorrow afternoon at 3 in Library Lab 121 in Arcata. Humboldt.LibCal.com/Workshops.
 
College of the Redwood’s Black History Month continues with a screening of the film “The 13th” about mass incarceration this evening at 6 followed by a discussion facilitated by the Black Student Union in the CR Theatre.
 
St. Joseph Health - Humboldt County’s Community Health Needs Assessment is now welcoming community members input about community health needs at a Forum this evening from 6 to 7:30 at the Sequoia Conference Center at Humboldt County Office of Education at 901Myrtle Avenue in Eureka. 445-8121, ext. 7450. Martha.Shanahan@StJoe.org. 
 
The KHSU Community Advisory Board invites the public to its meeting tomorrow night from 6:30 to 8 to obtain input regarding any aspect of KHSU’s programming and operations, at HSU’s Student Business Servicers Building room 405 in Arcata. 826-4607. KHSU.org.
 
Rangjung Yeshe Gomde Tibetan Buddhist retreat center in Leggett welcomes all to its celebration of the Tibetan New Year, Losar Thursday through Sunday. Register at Registrar@GomdeUSA.org. 925-0201.
 
Center Activities is offering a First Time Home Buyer’s Seminar, and a Beginning Embroidery class both on Thursday. 826-3357. Humboldt.edu/CenterActivities.
 
The Open Heart Eight “Love and Forgiveness” community group art show is calling for 2D, 3D, interactive and performing art for its exhibition and reception coming up during Arts Alive on March 4th. Art should be dropped off ready to hang or display Wednesday afternoon, March 1st from 3 to 6 at 527 2nd Street in Eureka. 801-949-3262.
 
LatinoNet is now accepting one-paragraph biography nominations for its Board of Directors by Friday, March 3rd to HCLatinoNet@gmail.com.
 
The Spring Arts Collective after-school program for youth ages 11 to 17 is accepting registration for its session beginning March 7th at the Mateel Community Center in Redway. 923-3368. Office @Mateel.org.
 

WEDNESDAY, February 22, 2017

The HSU Library is offering workshops on “Information Investigator: Search for Research Resources” this afternoon at 3 in Library Lab 121, and “How to Work a Career Fair” this afternoon at 4 in Library room 114 in Arcata. Humboldt.LibCal.com/Workshops.
 
The KHSU Community Advisory Board invites the public to its meeting tonight from 6:30 to 8 to obtain input regarding any aspect of KHSU’s programming and operations, at HSU’s Student Business Servicers Building room 405 in Arcata. 826-4607. KHSU.org. The meeting has been canceled due to lack of quorum. Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.
 
The Eureka Chapter of the American Rhododendron Society welcomes Jack Olson tomorrow night at 7 who is scheduled to provide a photo presentation about the procedures in developing new rhodys, plus a short business meeting at the Eureka Woman’s Club in Eureka. 443-1291.
 
The Redwood Curtain presents its production of the funny, poignant, and theatrical love story “Emilie, La Marquise du Chatelet Defends her Life Tonight” continuing Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights at 8 through March 24th, with a Sunday afternoon matinee at 2 on February 26th at 220 First Street in Eureka. Tickets at RedwoodCurtain.com. 443-7688.
 
Transition Humboldt members Kathleen Lee and Larry Goldberg are featured speakers at its potluck and presentation meeting Friday night from 5:30 to 8:30 at the Humboldt Area Foundation in Bayside. 845-7272. TransitionHumboldt.org.
 
The Humboldt Branch of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom is seeking applications from Humboldt County residents until the deadline of Saturday for its Edilith Eckart Memorial Peace Scholarship to support peace and/or justice locally and globally. 822-5711. Applications and information at WILPFHumboldt.wordpress.com. 
 
The Redwood Region Audubon Society welcomes all on a free public birding field trip at the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary morning, rain or shine. Meet the leader Christine Keil at 8:30 in the parking lot at the end of South I Street, Klopp Lake in Arcata. RRAS.org.
 
The Friends of the Dunes and the Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge are welcoming everyone to come have fun restoring natural diversity at the annual Lupine Bash Saturday morning. Meet at 9:30 at the Pacific Union School, l3001 Janes Road in Arcata to carpool to the protected site. RSVP for a group at 444-1397. Jess@FriendsOfTheDunes.org.
 
The HSU Reese Bullen Gallery invites you to its “Reactionary Artifacts” exhibition by Bryan Yerian which runs through March 23rd at the Gallery in the HSU Art Building at B Street and Laurel Drive in Arcata. 826-5818. RBG@Humboldt.edu. 

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THURSDAY, February 23, 2017

UC Cooperative Extension Farm Adviser Deborah Giraud is offering a free young and mature fruit tree pruning workshop Saturday morning from 10 to 11 at Abuelita’s Garden in Eureka. 269-2071. NorthCoastGardens.org.
 
North Coast Mensa is hosting a forum on the “U.S. Constitution? Blueprint, Operating Manual, or Metaphor” by retired HSU Political Science Professor JeDon Emenhiser Saturday at Noon at the Samoa Cookhouse in Samoa. 445-2276. JakeAble5@gmail.com.
 
The Eel River Multi-Generational Center is offering its Youth Cooking class where a professional chef teaches children ages 7 to 12 how to cook various dishes Saturday afternoon, and every 4th Saturday from 1 to 2:30. RSVP. ERVMGC.org.
 
The Friends of the Arcata Marsh is sponsoring a free tour of the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary Saturday afternoon. Meet leader Jane Wilson a 2 at the Interpretive Center on South G Street in Arcata. 826-2359.
 
The Fortuna Library is having Cuentos en Espanol Para Familias, una hora de cuenteos para todas edades. Saturday afternoon from 3 to 4 at the Library, 753 14th Street in Fortuna. Libros gratis para ninos. 725-3460. HumLib.org.
 
The HSU Music Department announces a performance by: the Symphonic Band plus guest artist Brad Curtis, who will narrate Aaron Copland's iconic Lincoln Portrait; and the Jazz Orchestra playing selections like So Cold, So Sweet, So Fair, composed by Kyle McInnis, and the Duke Ellington composition Ad Lib On Nippon, arranged by HSU Composition Professor Brian Post.Saturday night at 8 in HSU’s Fulkerson Recital Hall in Arcata. Humboldt.edu/music.
 
The Song Village singing gathering hosted by Seabury Gould welcomes all ages Sunday afternoon from 1 to 3 for singing of folk songs, and other songs from the songbook “Rise up Singing” at the Westhaven Center for the Arts in Westhaven. 845-8167. SeaburyGould@hotmail.com.
 
Dogs to the Rescue, a free family puppet show where people of all ages can experience a fun way to learn what to do in their communities to stop climate pollution, is scheduled for Saturday afternoon, March 8th at 1 at the Fortuna Library.
 
The College of the Redwood’s newly renamed literary magazine “The Seven Gill Shark Review” is now accepting submissions of poetry and fiction from community members until the deadline of March 22nd to David-Holper@Redwoods.edu. 476-4370.

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FRIDAY, February 24, 2017

The Eel River Multi-Generational Center is hosting Kid’s Club on Sunday afternoon, Science Club from 1 to 2 followed by Drama Club from 2 to 3 for ages 7 to 12. RSVP. ERVMGC.org.
 
The Humboldt – Del Norte Film Commission and the historic Eureka Theater are hosting the 4th annual Red Carpet Gala and celebration of community awards Sunday night, doors open at 5 at the historic Eureka Theater located at 612 F Street in Eureka. FilmHumboldtDelNorte.org and TheEurekaTheater.org.
 
The McKinleyville Low Vision Support Group invites the public to its meeting on the topic of tips for family and friends of people with low vision Monday morning from 11 to Noon at Azalea Hall in McKinleville.839-0588. VisionAware.org.
 
College of the Redwood’s Black History Month culminates with a Black Student Union party Monday afternoon from 4:30 to 6 in CR’s Creative Arts Area in Eureka.
 
HSU Department of Sociology, Department of History, and Department of Politics representatives along with refugee supporters welcome everyone to come learn about the Syrian refugee crisis, and what you can do to help Monday night from 6 to 8 in HSU Founders Hall room 125 in Arcata. Facebook.
 
The Friends of the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary is sponsoring a free slower-paced tour of the Marsh along even ground Tuesday afternoon, February 28th.   Meet leaders John DeMartini and Jane Wilson at 2 at the first parking lot on South I Street. 826-2359.
 
The 16th annual CASA Big Night Dinner and Auction “Keys to the Future” is coming up on Saturday, March 4th at the Sequoia Conference Center in Eureka. Information and auction items at HumboldtCASA.org. 443-3197.
 
Dogs to the Rescue, a free family puppet show where people of all ages can experience a fun way to learn what to do in their communities to stop climate pollution, is scheduled for Saturday afternoon, March 8th at 1 at the Fortuna Library.
 
The Trinidad Civic Club is now receiving application submissions by the deadline of March 15th for its Trade School Scholarship award to Trinidad Civic Club, P.O. Box 295, Trinidad, California 95570. 677-0110. MC@CargillEngineering.com.

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SATURDAY, February 25, 2017

The Spring Arts Collective after-school program for youth ages 11 to 17 is accepting registration for its session beginning March 7th at the Mateel Community Center in Redway. 923-3368. Office @Mateel.org.
 
Dogs to the Rescue, a free family puppet show where people of all ages can experience a fun way to learn what to do in their communities to stop climate pollution, is scheduled for Saturday afternoon, March 8th at 1 at the Fortuna Library.
 
The Mateel Community Center is now accepting vendor applications by the deadline of Wednesday, March 15th for its 41st annual Summer Arts and Music Festival to be held June 3rd and 4th at the Benbow Lake State Recreation Area in Southern Humboldt. 923-3368.  Mateel.org.
 
The North Coast Open Studios is accepting artist registration until the deadline of March 22nd for its 19th annual event which runs the weekends of June 3rd and 4th, and June 10th to 11th. 442-8413. NorthCoastOpenStudios.com.
 
Open Studios is now accepting artist registrations until the deadline of March 22nd for the June event scheduled for the 3rd and 4th, and 10th and 11th. 442-8413. NorthcoastOpenStudios.com.
 
College of the Redwoods Creative Arts Gallery presents a new work by LA artists Brooks and Tamara Turner titled “Terrestrial Outlines” continuing through March 23rd on the CR main campus, North Entrance. 476-4559. Redwoods.edu/ArtGallery.
 
CarrollCo’s Energy Savings Assistance Program has free weatherization services for renters and homeowners by PG and E certified energy specialists. 497-6235.
 
The Del Norte Solid Waste Management Authority and Hambro/WSG announce that properly separated and clean textiles can now be recycled at the Del Norte County Transfer Station, specifically clothing, linens, towels, curtains, and shoes bagged separately from other items. 465-1100.
 
The Earthquake Brace and Bolt program is offering grants toward a code-compliant seismic retrofit for qualified houses in the Eureka 95501 and 95503 Zips. Homeowners can apply at 877-232-4300 or Info@EarthquakeBraceBolt.com until the deadline of February 27th.