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COMMUNITY CALENDAR for the week of July 9, 2018

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MONDAY, July 9, 2018

The Companion Animal Foundation is offering a Humane Education Program called Animal Ambassadors today through Friday for ages 11 to 14. Sign up at 826-7387. CAFAnimals.org.
 
The Arcata Playhouse has summer youth theater workshops continuing with “Pageant on the Plaza”, today to July 21st for ages 9 to 14, and Theater Camp for ages 9 to 14, July 23rd to the 25th. 822-1575 or ArcataPlayhouse.org for a full camp schedule information.
 
Humboldt State University is holding 2 more sessions of its famous Robot Camp where students in the incoming grades of 6th, 7th, and 8th  have a chance to work in teams using Lego Mindstorm and other tools today to Friday, and Monday, July 16th to Friday, the 20th. Register at Camps.Humboldt.edu or at the HSU Early Outreach at 826-6226.
 
HLO KidCo summer fun contnues in two more week-long camps and a five week session for Tiny Twinklers and Shinning Stars. Registration is open for budding musical theatre performers, taught by experienced teachers, to build confidence while learning to sing and dance.   HLOC.org.
 
The Isle of Klezbos West coast 20th anniversary tour is holding a concert tonight at 7 at Temple Beth El, Hodgson and T Streets in Eureka. 444-2846. 
 
The Humboldt Folklife Society’s Festival continues with Songwriters Night hosted by Jan Bramlett tonight at 7:30 in the Dell’Arte Carlo Theatre featuring Kray Van Kirk, Michael Kavanaugh, Ari Guilette, and Marcia Mendels, and nightly music at 9 at the Logger Bar in Blue Lake. HumboldtFolklife.org.
 
Food for People invites income eligible folks to bring your own reusable bags to come pick out fresh vegetables and fruits for free tomorrow morning from 10:30 to 12 at the Garberville Presbyterian Church on Maple Lane, and tomorrow afternoon from 12:30 to 1:30 at the Redway Baptist Church on Redway Drive.  FoodforPeople.org.
 
The Del Norte Association for Cultural Awareness’s Arts for Veterans Program is offering guitar classes with Dale Morgan starting tomorrow evening: intermediate at 5:15 and beginning at 6:15 until September 11th at the VFW Hall at 810 H Street in Crescent City. 464-1336. DNACA@Harborside.org.
 
The Coastal Conservancy has produced a Draft Americans with Disabilities Act Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan and asks the public to provide idea, concerns, and comments by Friday, July 20th at Amy.Hutzel@SCC.ca.gov.

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TUESDAY, July 10, 2018

The City of Arcata’s Street Resurfacing Project is scheduled to finish up tomorrow through Friday mornings from 8 to 5. 825-2173. CityOfArcata.org.
 
The Humboldt Senior Resource Center announces that low-cost firewood vouchers are going on a sliding scale sale, based on household size and income continuing Tuesday through Friday mornings from 9 to 2:30 until they are all sold. 443-9747, ext. 1228.
 
The North Coast Growers’ Association welcomes shoppers to find a variety of delicious fruits and vegetables, humanely raised meat and eggs, and plant starts every Tuesday morning from 10 to 1 at the Old Town Gazebo in Eureka, and now the SSI Market Match Voucher Program at the Fortuna Farmers’ Market every Tuesday afternoon from 3 to 6 at 10th and Main Streets. NorthCoastGrowersAssociation.org/Fortuna.
 
The Connection HPRC is offering a free nutrition class with Ysabel Uri\be every Tuesday afternoon at 5. Reserve your space at TheConnectionHPRC.com.
 
The Humboldt Folklife Society’s Festival continues with “Trad on the Mad” Night tonight at 7:30 with Chubritza, Good Company, Crested Hens, and Compost Mountain Boys, at Dell’Arte’s Carlo Theatre in Blue Lake and nightly music at 9 at the Logger Bar. HumboldtFolklife.org.
 
The Big Sing California is holding practices tomorrow and Wednesday, July 18th, with the aim of having over 10, 000 community members singing together at one time. Sign up at Facebook/BigSingCalifornia. 
 
The Arcata Library is offering its Pre-school and School age Storytime tomorrow morning at 11, and the “Quack and Wabbit” Puppet Theater Thursday evening at 6 at the Library behind Arcata City Hall on 7th Street. 822-5954.
 
The Humboldt Folklife Society’s Festival continues with “Under the Stars” tomorrow evening at 6 with The Yokels, The Detours, and Huckleberry Flint, in the Dell’Arte Amphitheatre and nightly music at 9 at the Logger Bar. HumboldtFolklife.org.
 
The Fortuna Library Book Club is reading “Fathers and Sons” by Turgenev tomorrow night from 7 to 8 at the Library at 753 14th Street in Fortuna. 725-3460. HumLib.org 
 
The Honeydew Volunteer Fire Company is seeking vendors of handmade items for the 29th annual Roll on the Mattole. HoneyDewFire.com.

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WEDNESDAY, July 11, 2018

The Redwood Region Audubon Society is holding its monthly Conservation Meeting tomorrow at noon at Rita’s Margaritas and Mexican Grill, 1111 5th Street in Eureka. 445-8311. RRAS.org.
 
The Humboldt Folklife Society’s Festival continues with “New Moon Fever” tomorrow evening at 6 with No Pardon, Georgia Ruth and April Moore, and Ranch Party in the Dell’Arte Amphitheatre. HumboldtFolklife.org.
 
The Redwood Curtain presents performances of its production of “The Further Adventures of Hedda Gabler” Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights through July 26th with a cast discussion Friday, July 13th at 220 First Street in Old Town Eureka. Tickets and reservations at 443-7688 or RedwoodCurtain.com.
 
The Arcata Library is offering its Call to Yarns Friday from Noon to 1 where you can knit, chat, and relax, and its Fun with Music program Saturday morning at 11, all at the Library behind Arcata City Hall on 7th Street. 822-5954.
 
Arcata Main Street’s monthly celebration of visual and performing arts “Arts! Arcata”, is happening Friday night at locations all around downtown Arcata. 822-4500. Facebook.
 
The Humboldt Folklife Society’s Festival continues with the “Barn Dance” Friday night at 7:30 with the Striped Pig Stringband and Caller Lyndsey Battle at the Arcata Vets Hall, with nightly music at 9 at the Logger Bar. HumboldtFolklife.org.
 
The Redwood Region Audubon Society is sponsoring a free public birding field trip at the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary Saturday morning, rain or shine. Meet leader Tom Leskiw at 8:30 in the parking lot at the end of South I Street, Klopp Lake in Arcata. RRAS.org.
 
The Trinidad Coastal Land Trust invites you for a walk down the Parker Creek Trail to Old Home Beach Saturday morning from 9 to 11 where Allie Lindgren, a lineal descendant of the Tsurai Village, shares her perspectives on the importance of the area to native people. Meet at the Trinidad Coast Land Trust, 380 Janis Court in Saunders Park. Reservations are required at 677-2501 or Carol@TrinidadCoastalLandTrust.org.
 
The Humboldt Area Foundation Community Grants, and the Union Labor Health Foundation Community Health Grant are receiving application submissions until the deadline of August 1st. 267-9914.

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THURSDAY, July 12, 2018

California State Parks and the No Ivy League welcome volunteer to come help our parks from being overrun with Ivy at an Ivy-Pulling workday Saturday morning from 9 to Noon at the Trinidad State Beach. Meet at the picnic area parking lot, just north of Trinidad School, off Stagecoach Road. 677-3109 or Michelle.Forys@parks.ca.gov. 
 
The North Coast Growers’ Association welcomes everyone to its Humboldt grown GMO-free weekly Farmers’ Markets: Saturday morning at 9 with live music by Safari Boots on the Arcata Plaza at 10:30, and in seven Humboldt County locations, rain or shine. For dates, times, locations, information about Market Match, and live music schedules NorthCoastGrowersAssociation.org. 441-9999.
 
The Redwood Region Audubon Society welcomes all ages, abilities, and interest levels on an inland birding adventure in Willow Creek on Saturday morning. Meet at 9 at Studio 299, 75 The Terrace in Willow Creek to arrange carpooling at depart at 9:30. Birgitte 267-4140.
 
The Humboldt Folklife Society’s Festival continues with “The All Day Free Festival” Saturday morning starting at 10:45 hosting an all-star lineup of live music in Dell’Arte’s Amphitheatre, and free workshops from 11 to 5 in the Dell Arte Building, with nightly music at 9 at the Logger Bar. HumboldtFolklife.org.
 
The Eureka Main Library invites young children and parents for a Baby Sign Workshop with the theme of “It’s Baby Signing Time! by Angie Petroske Saturday morning at 11:30 at the Library at 1313 Third Street in Eureka. 269-1910.
 
The Willow Creek Chamber of Commerce is holding its free Taste of Willow Creek Summer Festival Saturday afternoon from 1 to 5 featuring music, wine-tasting, food vendors, merchandise booths, and local non-profits at Veterans Park, on Kimtu Road in Willow Creek. 530-629-2693. TasteOfWillowCreek.com.
 
The Del Norte Association for Cultural Awareness’s Arts For Veterans Program is offering Creative Writing classes starting Saturday afternoon from 2 to 4 on Saturdays through September 1st at the Del Norte Senior Center, 1765 Northcrest Drive in Crescent City. 464-1336. DNACA@Harborside.org.
 
Wild Souls Ranch is accepting applications for all its equine assisted growth and learning programs for foster, adopted-foster, and at-risk youth, including its new first-ever summer camp. 726-6182. WildSoulsRanch.org.

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FRIDAY, July 13, 2018

The Manly Art Center is holding an Art Walk tomorrow afternoon from 3 to 6 with a featured artist discussion by Pete Chasar at 4 at the Manly Art Center and Gallery, 433 Oak Street in Brookings. 541-469-1807.
 
The Sanctuary in Arcata presents a Marimba One vibraphone concert by the award-winning Easthama Percussion Duo tomorrow night, doors open at 6:30 and music at 7 at 1301 J Street in Arcata. 822-9570. Info@SanctuaryArcata.org.
 
Tolowa Dunes State Park – Lake Earl Wildlife Area welcomes all to a free Tolowa Coast Nature Program Tidepool Excursion with National Park Ranger Melissa Lockwood, Sunday morning from 8 to 11. Meet at Garth’s Beach in the Point Saint George Heritage Area, and park in the first pullout just north of Pebble Beach Drive and the Crescent City Airport entrance intersection on West Washington Boulevard. Register at 465-6191.
 
The Redwood Region Audubon Society welcomes you on an exciting butterfly and birding trip from Horse Mountain to Grouse Mountain Sunday morning with Gary Falxa and Rob Fowler. Meet at 9 in the Valley West Shopping Center near the Jitterbean coffee shop in Arcata. 476-9238. GaryFalxa@gmail.com.
 
The Healing Spirit Animal Wellness Center announces the 5th non-competitive, current assisted open water swim benefit “The Critter Crawl” fundraiser for the Northcoast Marine Mammal Center, Sunday along the Eureka city front to the Woodley Island Marina in Humboldt Bay. Sign up at HumboldtBayCritterCrawl.com.
 
The Friends of the Dunes welcomes all ages to bring a fully charged smartphone with the iNaturalist app already downloaded to its BioBlitz Sunday morning from 10 to 1at the Humboldt Coastal Nature Center in Manila. FriendsOfTheDunes.org. 
 
EPIC and Latino Outdoors invite all on a bilingual Redwood hike through Hiouchi Trail in Jedediah Smith State Park on Sunday. Registration is necessary to Briana@WildCalifornia.org.  Facebook.
 
Tolowa Dunes State Park – Lake Earl Wildlife Area is offering a free Tolowa Coast Nature Program Big Dune exploration and restoration with Tolowa Dunes Stewards Sunday afternoon from 1 to 4. Meet at 1 the Lake Earl Wildlife Area Information Center, 2591 Old Mill Road in Crescent City. Register at 465-6191.
 
Samba de Alegria Community Drummers welcomes all levels to its Samba Drum classes Sunday afternoons from Noon to 4 at Arcata’s D Street Neighborhood Center in preparation for the Samba Parade scheduled for Sunday afternoon, September 16th at 1 during the North Country Fair on the Arcata Plaza. Drums are provided. Facebook. 

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SATURDAY, July 14, 2018

Samba de Alegria Community Drummers welcomes all levels to its Samba Drum classes Sunday afternoons from Noon to 4 at Arcata’s D Street Neighborhood Center in preparation for the Samba Parade scheduled for Sunday afternoon, September 16th  at 1 during the North Country Fair on the Arcata Plaza. Drums are provided. Facebook. 
 
The College of the Redwoods is hosting summer volleyball camps for fifth through 7th graders on Monday, and Tuesday mornings, July 16th and 17th from 9 to 5, and for 8th and 9th graders Tuesday and Wednesday mornings, July 17th and 18th from 9 to 5. Redwoods.edu/Sports/CampsClinics. 
 
The HSU Natural History Museum has summer science and nature camps for kids ages 8 to 12 starting with Sustainability Soil Sleuths from Monday, July 16th to Friday, the 20th. Register at 826-4480. Humboldt.edu/NatMus/Program.
 
The Humboldt County Library invites children and their families to join the Humboldt Light Opera in a celebration of “The Wizard of Oz” Wednesday morning, July 18th at 11 at the Arcata Library, Wednesday afternoon, July 18th at 2 at the McKinleyville Library, and Wednesday evening, July 25th at 6:30 in the Eureka Library.
 
The UC Co-operative Extension Master Food Preservers are offering their 3rd Thursday food preserving demonstration of the best way to make “Fruit Leather!” Thursday evening, July 19th from 5:30 to 7:30 at the Humboldt County Agriculture Center, 5630 South Broadway in Eureka. 445-7351. Sign up at UCANR.edu/mfp.
 
The Arcata Playhouse has a  summer youth Theater Camp for ages 6 to 9, Monday, July 23rd to the 27th. 822-1575 or ArcataPlayhouse.org for a full camp schedule information.
 
The Westhaven Center for the Arts is holding an exhibition for July and August of quilt art by Diane Harger, framed poetry by William, and the sculptures of Bill’s son Patrick, at the Center, 501 South Westhaven Drive. WesthavenCenter.org. Facebook.
 
The City of Arcata announces that its Adult-Use Cannabis Retail Sales, and Services Ordinance is now in place which allows retail cannabis and services in light industrial districts, limits the number of use permits, and allows non-cannabis retail stores carry cannabis accessory products, and more. 825-2139. CityOfArcata.org.
 
The Humboldt Grand Jury has published its 2017 – 2018 final report titled “Humboldt County’s Future, “Scene” through the Looking Glass”.
 
The City of Arcata Recreation Division is looking for creative artists and crafters to showcase and sell their work at the 19th annual Holiday Craft Market, scheduled for Saturday, December 8th. Application packets at CityOfArcata.org/Rec. 822-7091.