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COMMUNITY CALENDAR for the week of April 24, 2017
MONDAY, April 24, 2017
The McKinleyville Low Vision support group invites the public to its meeting this morning and presentation of a book narrator from the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped. 839-0588. DougRose@suddenlink.net.
The Arcata Library is having story time with Ms. Sue tomorrow morning at 11, and A Novel Idea book group Wednesday evening from 6:30 to 7:30 at the Library behind Arcata City Hall on Seventh Street.
The College of the Redwoods is holding a reception for CR founding faculty member, teacher, debate coach, at CR home games voice Dr. Stanley McDaniel tomorrow afternoon from 1 to 2:30in the Trustees Board Room, 2nd floor of the Student Service Administration Building in Eureka.
The Friends of the Arcata Marsh is sponsoring a free slower-paced tour of the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary for all ages tomorrow afternoon and every last Tuesday of each month at 2. Meet leaders John DeMartini and Jane Wilson at the first parking lot on South I Street in from Samoa Boulevard in Arcata.
Area 1 Agency on Aging invites community members over 50 and students to a Home Sharing Program discussion group meeting tomorrow afternoon at 4:30 in McKinleyville, and Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 in Fortuna. Pre-registration is required at 442-3763. SeniorInfo@A1AA.org.
The Hagopian Gallery at the Eureka Library is announcing a call to artists for a Dr. Seuss Themed Art Show and is accepting maximum 2 pieces of 2d artwork and poems ready for hanging, on Wednesday morning from 9 to 3 at 527 2nd Street in Eureka. 801-949-3262. The show runs from May 2nd to June 30th.
The KHSU Community Advisory Board invites the public to its meeting Wednesday night from 6:30 to 8 to obtain public input regarding any aspect of KHSU’s programming and operations in HSU’s Student and Business Services Building room 405. 826-4807. KHSU.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 Friday 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.
TUESDAY, April 25, 2017
The Spare Change Peer Education and Teen Theatre Group is holding auditions for 9th to 11th graders for over 40 hours of professional training and education tomorrow and May 3rd. Applications are available at local high schools or Facebook.
The HSU Recreation Club is offering you two workshops dedicated to the topic of equity, inclusion and diversity in outdoor recreation lead by AVARNA facilitators tomorrow. Facebook.
Local Filmmakers Night welcomes all to the screening of the world premiere of Dave Silverbrand’s Santa Clara Cuba trip documentary “Trains and Transvestites” tomorrow night, doors open at 6:30, screening at 7 at the Eureka High School’s lecture hall. 476-1798. Info@AccessHumboldt.net.
The Sanctuary invites you to an evening exploring sound, silence and the distance between the two with the Oakland duo Dunkelpek tomorrow night, open workshop at 6:30, concert at 8 at the Sanctuary in Arcata. Sanctuary.Arcata.org.
The Eureka Branch NAACP is announcing that due to the Easter holiday, the Sunday monthly meeting has been rescheduled to tomorrow night from 6:30 to 8 at the Eureka Labor Temple. EurekaNAACP.org.
The KHSU Community Advisory Board invites the public to its meeting tomorrow night from 6:30 to 8 to obtain public input regarding any aspect of KHSU’s programming and operations in HSU’s Student and Business Services Building room 405. 826-4807. KHSU.org.
The Eureka Rotary Clubs present an informal program for students and parents interested in the Rotary Youth Exchange Program Thursday. YE5130.org/Information-Nights.
The American Rhododendron Society’s International Convention event of plant sales, art sales, photo show and sales, flower show, and garden and architectural tours is happening Thursday through Sunday at the Red Lion Hotel and the Sequoia Conference Center in Eureka. 443-0604. EurekaRhody.org.
The American Red Cross of the California Northwest Chapter welcomes everyone to its 14th annual Real Heroes Breakfast honoring 15 local heroes Thursday morning at 7 at the Hyatt Vineyard Creek Hotel in Santa Rosa. RedCross.org/CalNWHeroes2017.
The HUUF Quilting Bees have created a unique “Tiny Homes Quilt” to be raffled to benefit Affordable Homeless Alternatives and tickets are now available until the deadline of May 7th . 268-8662. KJMoor2@gmail.com.
WEDNESDAY, April 26, 2017
The KHSU Community Advisory Board invites the public to its meeting tonight from 6:30 to 8 to obtain public input regarding any aspect of KHSU’s programming and operations in HSU’s Student and Business Services Building room 405. 826-4807. KHSU.org.
The Redwood Technology Consortium invites everyone to a North Coast broadband awareness reunion tomorrow afternoon at 5:30 at Steve and Dave’s Bar, 200 1st Street in Eureka. RSVP on the events page of the Humboldt Broadband Facebook Group. TinyURL.com/RTCReunion.
The Greater Trinidad Chamber of Commerce is holding its Spring Membership Drive event of music, networking, a raffle, and silent auction tomorrow afternoon at 5:30 at the Sunset Restaurant, inside Cher-ae Heights Casino in Trinidad. RSVP at AshleyMobley@TrinidadCalif.com or 677-1610.
The Sustainable Future Speaker Series presents Dr.Darren Speece speaking on his first book “Defending Giants: The Redwood Wars and the Transformation of American Environmental Politics” tomorrow. EvComm.Humboldt.edu/Spring-2017.
Zero Waste Humboldt’s Movie Night encourages you to bring a friend to its screening of the film “Tapped” about the bottled water industry tomorrow night at 7 at the Sanctuary, 1301 J Street in Arcata.
Redwood Curtain presents performances of Wendy Wasserstein’s “Third” starting with previews tomorrow and Friday, a gala opening night Saturday, and continuing Friday and Saturday nights through 20th with a Mother’s Day matinee at 2, Sunday, May 14th at 220 First Street, Old Town Eureka. 443-7688. RedwoodCurtain.com.
Humboldt State University presents performances of “Real Women Have Curves” by Josefina Lopez tomorrow through Saturday nights at 7:30, and Sunday afternoon at 2 in HSU’s Gist Hall Theater in Arcata. Tickets at 826-3928.
Area 1 Agency on Aging is now accepting entry forms and sponsor forms for the 2017 Senior Art Show until the deadline of Friday morning from 9 to 4 featuring artists 60 or better, which is 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 Friends of the Redwood Library’s next book sale benefit for the library is happening Friday morning from 10 to 5 for members with memberships available at the door, and Saturday morning from 10 to 3:30 for everyone at the Eureka Library, 1313 Third Street. EurekaARFL.org.
The Humboldt Spay/Neuter Clinic is offering low cost female cat spays during April. Appointments at 442-SPAY.
THURSDAY, April 27, 2017
The College of the Redwoods Agriculture program is holding its 27th annual plant sale tomorrow afternoon from Noon to 6, and Saturday morning from 9 to 6 at the CR Greenhouse on the main Eureka campus. 476-4341.
The HSU Music Department is holding a free voice studio recital tomorrow night at 5, a piano studio recital at 8, another voice studio recital Saturday afternoon at 5, and a senior piano recital, at all in in HSU’s Fulkerson Recital Hall in Arcata. Humboldt.edu/Music.
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 continuing Friday until June 30th in the General Hospital Burre Room, 3rd Floor at 2200 Harrison Avenue in Eureka. Join anytime.
The Arcata Playhouse announces a benefit concert featuring performances by The Detours and The Yokels with great music and barnyard dancing tomorrow. Facebook.
The Friends of the Arcata Marsh is holding a free lecture by professional wildlife tracker Phillip Johnston on Mountain Lions tomorrow night at 7:30 at the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary at the Arcata Marsh Interpretive Center on South G Street in Arcata. 826-2359.
The Redwood Region Audubon Society is sponsoring a free public birding field trip Saturday morning at the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary, rain or shine. Meet leader Samantha Bacon at 8:30 in the parking lot at the end of South I Street, Klopp Lake in Arcata.
The Willow Creek Chamber of Commerce welcomes everyone to its Finding Bigfoot Festival celebrating the 50th anniversary of the filming of a female Orleans bigfoot Saturday morning starting with a parade at 10 at the Bigfoot Museum in Willow Creek. FindingBigFootFestival.com.
Humboldt IPA is offering two free six-week self-management workshops on Chronic Pain and Conditions, starting Saturday morning from 10 to 12:30 in Eureka. Register at 267-9606 or Eventbrite.com/pathways to health.
The Humboldt County Legal Professionals Association is holding a scholarship fundraiser rummage sale of gently used items and bake sale Saturday morning from 10 to 3 at the Eureka Woman’s Club, 531 J Street in Eureka.
The Mid Klamath Watershed Council is accepting applications until the deadline of May 1st for stewardship youth interns ages 15 to 18 to work from July 10th to August 17th. Applications are available at the MKWC office at the Panamnik Building in Orleans or MKWC.org. 530-627-3202.
FRIDAY, April 28, 2017
The Friends of the Dunes is holding a Ferns Dunes Walk with Naturalist Carol Ralph tomorrow morning from 10 to Noon at the Lanphere Dunes Unit. Meet at Pacific Union School, 3001 Janes Road in Arcata. Reserve a space at 444-1397 or Info@FriendsOfTheDunes.org.
Tri-County Independent Living’s 10th annual Humboldt Pie fundraiser featuring pie eating and baking, ice cream, live music, kids events and more is being held tomorrow morning from 11 to 3 at the First Presbyterian Church, J and 14th Streets in Eureka. 445-8404. Tillinet.org.
The 10th annual Math Festival free event of math fun for all ages by local schools is scheduled for tomorrow afternoon from Noon to 4 at the Adorni Center, 1011 Waterfront Drive in Eureka. 725-6980. HumboldtMathFestival.org.
The Mateel Community Center is holding the 9th annual Artists of the Emerald Coast art show and wine tasting tomorrow afternoon from 3 to 8 at the Mateel in Redway.
The United Congregational Christian Church of Eureka is holding its spring fundraiser “Treats, Talents, and Tapas” tomorrow afternoon from 5 to 7.
The Humboldt Light Opera’s KidCo students are singing and dancing musical theater pieces tomorrow night at 6:30 in HSU’s Van Duzer Theatre in Arcata. HLOC.org.
The Arcata Safe and Sober party for seniors is benefitting from the performance of stories and music by Jeff DeMark and LaPatina Band tomorrow night at 7 at Richard Goat’s Miniplex room.
The Armack Jazz Band is holding a Swing Dance “Sweet Beats: Swingin’ in the Spring” plus finger food, desserts, and drinks tomorrow night, dance lessons at 7, dancing from 7:30 to 9 at the D Street Neighborhood Center , 14th and D Streets in Arcata. Facebook.
The Mid Klamath Watershed Council welcomes all age to a Wildflower Walk on the Benjamin Creek Trail Sunday. Register at 627-3202 or Tanya@MKWC.org.
The HSU Music Department announces a faulty Artist Concert with title of “Love is” by Elisabeth Harrington, soprano Sunday afternoon at 2, and a Madrigal Singers and Mad River Transit Singers concert with the theme of “Standing Upon the Rock” Sunday night at 8 in HSU’s Fulkerson Recital Hall in Arcata. Humboldt.edu/Music.
The Mateel Community Center is hosting rapper E-40 in an all-ages show with Bay Area rapper Kool John, plus food for purchase Sunday night, doors open at 7, music at 8 at the Mateel in Redway. Mateel.org.
SATURDAY, April 29, 2017
The Friends of the Arcata Marsh is sponsoring a free tour of the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary this afternoon. Meet leader Barbara Reisman at 2 at the Interpretive Center on South G Street in Arcata. 826-2359.
The HSU Music Department announces a free composer’s read-through Monday night at 8 in HSU’s Fulkerson Recital Hall in Arcata. Humboldt.edu/Music.
Eckankar of Eureka/Arcata welcomes everyone to come experience the sacred sound of HU! at a free 20-minute chant Tuesday night from 7 to 7:45 at the Jefferson Community Center, 1000 B Street in Eureka. 805-450-8235. MiraclesInYourLife.org.
Health Care for All Humboldt is holding a meeting to reactivate the chapter and help bring single-payer health care for all Californians Wednesday afternoon at 5:15 at the Arcata Public Library behind Arcata City Hall on 7th Street.
The City of Arcata Environmental Services Department is requesting that students call Recology Arcata to pick up 2 bulky non-usable items for free, and post ads on Craigslist to get rid of usable items, instead of leaving them on the corner. CityOfArcata.org.
The College of the Redwoods annual Juried Student Exhibition is on display through May 4th in the Creative Arts Gallery located on the Eureka Main Campus, North Entrance. 476-4559. Redwoods.edu/ArtGallery.
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.
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.
Fern Cottage is holding its Historic Quilt Show through May 31st with tours available Thursday through Saturday mornings at 11, and afternoons at 12, 1, and 2 at 2121 Centerville Road in Ferndale. Reservations are not needed unless there is a group of 8 or more. 786-4835. Info@FernCottage.org.
The National Inventors Hall of Fame’s Collegiate Inventors Competition of research by college students and their faculty advisers, is announcing its 2017 call for submissions by the deadline of June 5th. Applications available at Invent.org/Challenge/Application-Process.
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.