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COMMUNITY CALENDAR for the week of February 12, 2018

Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday | Saturday

MONDAY, February 12, 2018

HSU OLLI’S Brown Bag Lunch is holding a free presentation about “Mysterious Beads” by bead collector Paul Johnson today at Noon in the Hospice of Humboldt Conference Room, 3327 Timber Fall Court in Eureka.
The Sea Scout Ship Yankee is offering a Gumbo Feed fundraiser tomorrow including chicken-andouille (ANDOUWEE) or veggie gumbo, rice, salad, and roll, plus baked goods for a donation. Call 702-1601 for tickets or find a local Seascout. Facebook/Sea 
Scout Gumbo Feed. 
The College of the Redwoods presents “The Hills are Alive” featuring new work by Michigan-based artist Brian Spolans on display from Tuesday through March 22nd with an artist’s reception tomorrow afternoon from 4 to 6 in CR’s Creative Arts Gallery on the Eureka Main campus. 476-4559. 
The Redwood Women’s Foundation announces a mindful meditation and self-inquiry workshop for 18 and older, of a presentation, food, raffle, and opportunity to network with other women, titled “The Work” by Amy Rebstock tomorrow night from 6 to 9 at Humboldt Herbals Classroom, 219 D Street in Eureka. Register at
J Street Humboldt is holding a free showing and facilitated discussion of the award-winning film about the world of Israeli settlers in the West Bank “The Settlers” tomorrow evening at 6 at Temple Beth El, 3233 T Street in Eureka. 
The North Group Redwood Chapter Sierra Club presents a screening of the documentary “Water and Power: A California Heist” followed by a discussion tomorrow night at 7 in the West Wing of the Turf Club at Redwoods Acres Fairground, 3750 Harris Street in Eureka. 826-3740.
St. Albans Episcopal Church is offering an “Ashes to Go” outdoor service for Ash Wednesday afternoon from 12:30 to 1:30 on the Arcata Plaza.
The California Native Plant Society’s fundraiser plant nursery is now located at the North Coast Regional Land Trust’s Freshwater Farms Reserve, 5851 Myrtle Avenue and native plants are available through the Kneeland Glen Farm Stand there daily from Noon to 6.

TUESDAY, February 13, 2018

The Sea Scout Ship Yankee is offering a Gumbo Feed fundraiser today including chicken-andouille (ANDOUWEE) or veggie gumbo, rice, salad, and roll, plus baked goods for a donation. Call 702-1601 for tickets or find a local Sea Scout. Facebook/Sea 
Scout Gumbo Feed. 
The Friends of the Dunes invites you for an evening lecture on mating habits of solitary bees found in the dunes, by the Friends Executive Director Kim McFarland tomorrow evening, doors open at 5:30, talk at 6 at the Humboldt Coastal Nature Center, 220 Stamps Lane in Manila. 444-1397. 
The Sequoia Park Zoo is offering a free all-ages Conservation Lecture at the Zoo about Lake Earl River Otters and Ecuadorian Dry Forest Carnivores by Phil and Jon Johnston tomorrow night, reception at 6:30, lecture at 7 at the Sequoia Park Zoo Flamingo Room, 1414 W Street in Eureka. Facebook.
St. Innocent Orthodox Church announces a performance of the Konevets Quartet Russian Choral Concert tomorrow at St. Innocent’s Church in Eureka.
The Valentine’s Day Party is holding its Deities and Divas Ball tomorrow featuring the Ultimate Fantastic with Saqi and Esch, a dance party to remember, in the historic ballroom inside the Inn at 2nd and C Street in Eureka. Facebook/Deities and Divas Ball.
The Mateel Community Center is holding a Mateel Forever Sculpture silent auction treasure hunt created by Humboldt local Nicole Devine and the artist Sacco until the Matisyahu show to be held tomorrow night at the Mateel. 923-3368.
The Redwood Region Audubon Society accepting registration until Thursday for its Annual Banquet and Silent Auction to be held Saturday afternoon at 5:30 at Arcata’s D Street Neighborhood Center, 13th and D Streets. Reservations at 496-6581 or 
The Superior Court of California County of Humboldt is warning the public of phone scams regarding court fines, and that anyone receiving a phone call or email from someone demanding payment for a court fine or warrant should report it to the local law enforcement agency.

WEDNESDAY, February 14, 2018

Inaffable Live and the Mateel Community Center present singer, rapper, beatboxer, reggae, dub, and rock artist Matisyahu in an all ages “The Forest of Faith” Tour show tonight, doors open at 8, show at 9 at the Mateel Community Center, 59 Rusk Lane in Redway.
Partnership HealthPlan of California is sponsoring a one-day training for participants to learn the importance of and how to guide discussions about Advance Care Planning with breakfast and lunch provided, tomorrow morning from 8 to 5 at the Sequoia Conference Center in Eureka. Register at
The Arcata Family Resource Center and First Five Humboldt are hosting a 2-hour strengths and needs assessment group meeting tomorrow morning from 10 to Noon as part of their project focusing on strengthening our community’s Adverse Childhood Experiences prevention and intervention. 845-3225 or to participate.
The Humboldt Network of Family Resource Centers invites you to the Strategies 2.0 Northern Learning Community Convening with the topic of “Mining the Gold: Collaborative Alignment for Positive Change” tomorrow afternoon from Noon to 5 at the Jefferson Center, 1000 B Street room 2 in Eureka, and also in Ukiah, Yreka, and Quincy. Register at Info at 234-228-2045.
The Adult Day Health and Alzheimer’s Services is holding a caregiver support group tomorrow afternoon from Noon to 1:30 at the United Methodist Church Fireplace Room in Fortuna. 445-9747, ext. 3203.
Center Activities has a healthy and delicious course on food called “Pantry Pro” happening tomorrow evening from 5:30 to 7:30 to build a quality plant-based pantry budget. 826-3357.
Rangjung Yeshe (YAY-SHAY) Gomde (GOME-DAY) Tibetan Buddhist retreat center in Leggett welcomes all to the celebration of Lowsar (LOW-SAR) the Tibetan New Year with lodging and meals provided from Friday to Sunday. 925-0201.
The Eureka Branch NAACP is holding a Black History Month “Stay Woke” essay contest for HSU students, and a new and used book drive, both until February 25th. 502-2546 for book drop-off.

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THURSDAY, February 15, 2018

The Sustainable Speaker Series announces that Geographer, Adventurer, and Environmental Educator Dr. M Jackson is presenting “The Secret Lives of Glaciers” this afternoon at 5:30 in HSU’s Founder’s Hall room 118 in Arcata. 
The Eureka Adventist Church welcomes world-renowned composer, recording artist, and author Dr. Calvin Taylor in a live concert of sacred music tonight at 6:30 at the Eureka Adventist Church, 4251 F Street in Eureka. 442-6950.
The Eureka Chamber Music Series is featuring Pianist Tian Ying in an all Schuman program tomorrow night, doors open at 7, concert at 7:30 with an artist’s reception following the concert at the Calvary Lutheran Church, 716 South Avenue in Eureka.
Center Activities announces that the deadline is tomorrow to register for its Basic Life Support for the Healthcare Provider Class scheduled for Saturday morning from 9 to 2:30. Register by tomorrow at 826-3357.
The Friends of the Dunes is holding its Volunteer Orientation Saturday morning from 9:30 to 11 by Friends Education Manager Suzie Fortner for you to learn about the history, programs, and current volunteer opportunities at the Humboldt Coastal Nature Center in Manila. 
The Humboldt State Track and Field Team invites alumni and the community to its annual free Green and Gold Open track meet Saturday morning starting at 10 in the Redwood Bowl.
The Trinidad Coastal Land Trust announces the opening of its Simmons Gallery with a sale and exhibition of selections from the Ned Simmons paintings for the first show Saturday afternoon from 1 to 4.
The HSU Sociology Department has extended the Public Sociology Master’s Degree Fall 2018 registration deadline to March 1st.
YEP, Youth Engaged in Philanthropy has grants available until March 1st to support Eel River Valley youth, high school and younger who need help with issues relating to mental health. 845-4337.

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FRIDAY, February 16, 2018

The HSU OLLI Program and the Humboldt Light Opera present “The Music of Our Lives” tomorrow afternoon at 2, and at 7, and Sunday afternoon at 2 in a fabulous fun evening of music, songs, and stories performed with joy by the HLOC Boomer Troupe all over 50, at the Eureka Woman’s Club, 1531 J Street. Reservations are encouraged at 826-5880.
The Friends of the Dunes is having Naturalist Ashley Hansen for Nature Story Time for ages 3 to 6 focusing on wildlife paired with a simple craft and fun movement activities tomorrow afternoon from 2 to 3 at the Humboldt Coastal Nature Center, 220 Stamps Lane in Manila. Reserve a space at 444-1397. 
The Sequoia Park Zoo is holding President’s Week Kids Camps Tuesday through Friday mornings from 10 to 3. Facebook/President’s Week Kids Camps.
North Coast Opportunities is hosting the sixth annual North Coast Famer’s Convergence of food producers from surrounding counties along with local food retailers, chefs, and food advocates from across Northern California, Tuesday and Wednesday at Redwood Ranch, 16200 North Highway 101 in Willits. Tickets at
The Adult Day Health and Alzheimer’s Services is holding caregiver support groups Tuesday morning from 10 to 11 at the Mad River Hospital Minkler Education Room in Arcata, and Wednesday afternoon from 1 to 2 at the Alzheimer’s Resource Library, 1901 California Street in Eureka. 445-9747, ext. 3203.
The Friends of the Dunes is having HSU Professor Jeff Black in an evening lecture on river otters on the North Coast and the new public arts initiative, Wednesday evening, doors open at 5:30, lecture promptly at 6 at the Humboldt Coastal Nature Center, 220 Stamps Lane in Manila.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the North Coast invites everyone to form a team, become a sponsor, or make a donation to its upcoming Barnyard Bowl for Kid’s Sake on March 2nd and 3rd . 445-4871.
Tri-County Independent Living is planning on taking local community disability advocates to attend the 14th annual Disability Capitol Action Day scheduled for June 7th, and is seeking people with a disability interested in developing leadership skills and joining TCIL in participating in Action Day. Cindy at 445-8404.

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SATURDAY, February 17, 2018

The HSU OLLI Program and the Humboldt Light Opera present “The Music of Our Lives” this afternoon at 2, and at 7, and tomorrow afternoon at 2 in a fabulous fun evening of music, songs, and stories performed with joy by the HLOC Boomer Troupe all over 50, at the Eureka Woman’s Club, 1531 J Street. Reservations are encouraged at 826-5880.
English Express has ongoing free English classes with free childcare Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 11:30 to 1 at the Multi-Generational Center in Fortuna, Tuesday evenings from 6 to 7:30 at the Jefferson Community Center in Eureka, and Friday afternoons from 4 to 6:30 at the Southern Humboldt Family Resource Center in Redway. 443-5021. 
The Sanctuary presents performances of the opening band House of Faern followed by Similar Fashion the avant-rollercoaster-jazz-and-roll quartet from LA on Wednesday. Facebook.
The Ink People’s Brenda Tuxford Gallery is featuring an exhibit of Artists exploring feelings about lost loved ones, hopelessness, hopefulness, trust and betrayal using visual and performing arts until February 24th.                                                                                
The College of the Redwoods literary magazine The “Seven Gill Shark Review” is currently accepting submissions of original poetry and fiction until the deadline of March 21st from CR staff, students, faculty, and community to
The Summer Youth Mini Grant Program is accepting application submissions for the summer youth mini grants until the deadline April 13th.
The Humboldt Bay Rowing Association Junior Crew Team invites all youth ages 14 to 18 to join them for Spring Season rowing Monday through Friday afternoons from 4 to 6:15 at the Halvorsen Park boathouse in Eureka or contact Coach Scott Gibson at
CCI Greenheart is looking for families to host international high school exchange students. 707-572-7249.
The Arcata Elementary School is accepting registration for its Transitional Kindergarten/Kindergarten. All students living outside the district are welcome to apply. 822-4858.