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           Humboldt State University,
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COMMUNITY CALENDAR for the week of March 20, 2017

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MONDAY, March 20, 2017

The Humboldt State University Library, Access Humboldt, and other online organizations are holding a government access information week titled “Sunshine Week, Your Right to Know” continuing with: a roundtable discussion on “Transparency and Privacy” this morning from 10:30 to 12:30 at Access Humboldt in Eureka; Keynote speaker constitutional lawyer Shahid Buttar this afternoon from 4:30 to 7 in HSU’s Library Fishbowl room; and a Citizen’s Workshop on Surveillance Self-Defense tomorrow morning from 10:30 to 12:30 at Access Humboldt.
 
Coastal Grove 1st grade appreciates your support at its delicious Spring Equinox benefit seasonal, organic, locally sourced, prix fixe, four-course Feast fundraiser tonight at Folie Douce on North G Street in Arcata. Reservations now at 822-1042. FolieDouceArcata.com.
 
NorCAN is accepting registration by the deadline of today for its Spring Grantwriting Basics workshop with Carol Vander Meer to be held Friday morning from 9 to 4 at the Humboldt Area Foundation, 363 Indianola Road in Bayside. 
 
HSU Associated Students is presenting a free Criminal Justice Dialogue starting tonight from 6 to 8 with the “Impact of Incarceration on the Family” and continues tomorrow night from 6 to 8 with “Housing Barriers for those with a Criminal Background” in the Native American Forum, BSS Building room 162 in Arcata.
 
The Mateel Community Center’s Board of Directors is meeting tomorrow afternoon at 5:30 at this month’s changed venue of the Garberville Civic Club at 477 Maple Lane in Garberville. 923-3368.
 
The Humboldt Permaculture Guild welcomes all volunteers to its 2017 Seed and Plant Exchange organizational meeting tomorrow afternoon at 5:30 at HSU’s Campus Center for Appropriate Technology in Arcata. The Exchange is scheduled for Saturday, March 25th at the Arcata Community Center. Facebook/HumboldtPermacultureGuild.
 
The Child Abuse Prevention Coordinating Council presents the 7th annual Child Abuse Prevention Conference titled “Substance Use and Trauma in Families: Understanding, Strategies, and Hope” coming up Wednesday morning from 8:30 to 4 at the Humboldt County Office of Education, Sequoia Conference Room, 901 Myrtle Avenue. Registration is required at myHCOE.net course # 6775. 445-7006. 
 
Locally Delicious is urging food businesses to confirm to be included in the new “Taste of Northern California” regional food guide, by the deadline of Friday at 633-5467. Ann@Locally-Delicious.org.
 
The Eel River Valley Quilt Guild is having a Quilt Show on mornings from 10 to 4 at Brookdale Senior Living, 2401 Redwood Way in Fortuna until March 31st. 726-0111.
 

TUESDAY, March 21, 2017

The Humboldt Permaculture Guild welcomes all volunteers to its 2017 Seed and Plant Exchange organizational meeting this afternoon at 5:30 at HSU’s Campus Center for Appropriate Technology in Arcata. The Exchange is scheduled for Saturday, March 25th at the Arcata Community Center. Facebook/HumboldtPermacultureGuild.
 
The College of the Redwood’s newly renamed literary magazine “The Seven Gill Shark Review” is accepting submissions of poetry and fiction from community members until the deadline of tomorrow to David-Holper@Redwoods.edu. 476-4370.
 
The North Coast Open Studios is accepting artist registration until the deadline of tomorrow for its 19th annual event, which runs the weekends of June 3rd and 4th, and June 10th to 11th. 442-8413. NorthCoastOpenStudios.com.
 
Nurse’s Night Out is holding a presentation and discussion about the Pulse of Nursing in Humboldt County tomorrow night from 5:30 to 8:30 at Hospice of Humboldt in Eureka. Register at Bit.ly/March2017NNO. Facebook.
 
The Arcata Elementary School is hosting a Parent Information Night for parents interested in Kindergarten or Transitional Kindergarten and meeting the teachers tomorrow night from 6 to 7 in Room 1 at 2400 Baldwin Street in Arcata. RSVP.
 
HSU Associated Students is presenting a free Criminal Justice Dialogue continuing tomorrow night from 6 to 8 with the “Keys to Success-Education on the Inside and Outside” and Thursday night from 6 to 8 with “Sharing Stories: Using Activism to Move Forward” in HSU’s Native American Forum, BSS Building room 162 in Arcata.
 
The HSU Vets and Swords to Plowshares present the program “Combat to Community Veteran Cultural Competency” Thursday morning from 9 to Noon to teach communities to address the challenges Veterans face integrating society, at the Elks Lodge, 445 Herrick Avenue in Eureka, and “Engaging and Supporting Student Veterans on Campus” Thursday night from 5:30 to 8:30 in HSU’s Goodwin Forum room 102 in Arcata. Register Nuk2@Humboldt.edu.
 
Wild Rivers Community Foundation encourages Curry and Del Norte County nonprofit organizations to apply for its 2017 Summer Youth Mini-Grants until the deadline by Friday evening, March 31st at 5 for programs that expand and enrich summer recreation programs for Del Norte and Curry County children. Applications available at WildRiverSCF.org or 990 Front Street in Crescent City. 465-1209.
 
SCRAP Humboldt is signing up teams of two people for its 4th annual Rebel Craft Rumble scheduled for April 1st. Applications at SCRAPHumboldt.org.
 

WEDNESDAY, March 22, 2017

The Redwood Community Action Agency’s Board of Directors is holding a Public Hearing for input from Humboldt County members regarding ideas about the County’s low-income resident’s needs, tomorrow afternoon at 5 at the Jefferson Community Center at 1000 B Street in Eureka. 269-2021. RCAA.org.
 
The Greater Trinidad Chamber of Commerce invites you to its first Mixer of the year featuring music, networking, a raffle, and an opportunity to share about your business with local professionals tomorrow night from 5:30 to 7 at Bergeron Winery at 359 Main Street in Trinidad
 
The HSU Politics Department is presenting the Schaub Memorial Lecture on Local Politics titled “Sanctuary Cities: What Are the Issues?” tomorrow by speakers Kathy Lee and Julie Fulkerson. Humboldt.edu/Politics.
 
The Humboldt Roller Derby is holding its free monthly official scrimmage tomorrow. Facebook.
 
The Eureka Chapter of the American Rhododendron Society welcomes horticulturist Elaine Sedlack speaking on “An Autumn Visit to the Maples of Westonbirt Arboretum” tomorrow night at 7 at the Eureka Women’s Club, 1531 J Street in Eureka. 443-0604. EurekaRhody.org. 
 
The HSU Natural History Museum presents “Lichens and Bryophytes: Explorations in the Botanical Microcosm” by Marie Antoine tomorrow night from 7 to 8:15 at the Museum, 1242 G Street in Arcata. Humboldt.edu/NatMus.
 
The HSU Music Department’s semester Opera Workshop with a theme of “The Stories We Tell” is being held tomorrow through Saturday nights at 7:30 and Sunday afternoon at 2 in HSU’s Gist Hall Theater in Arcata. 
 
The Mateel Community Center presents Chronixx and Zincefence Redemption Chronology Tour with Jah9, Kelissa, and more Friday night, doors open at 7, music at 8 at the Center. Mateel.org.
 
The Ferndale Repertory Theatre invites you to come celebrate every chapter of Womanhood with its production of “Quilters” the pioneer-women quilting traditions theatrical experience for ages 16 and up by Molly Newman and Barbara Damashek through April 2nd at the Ferndale Repertory Theatre. FerndaleRep.org.
 
The Redwood National and State Park’s Crescent City Information Center is now open at 1111 Second Street in Crescent City. Facebook/RedwoodNPS.

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THURSDAY, March 23, 2017

The Humboldt Nar-Anon Group 12-step program welcomes all families and friends of people who have an addiction to narcotics, tonight and every Thursday night from 6:45 to 7:45 at the Arcata Methodist Church, room 7 at 1761 11th Street in Arcata.
 
English Express is bringing English and community to the people at its free English language classes for adults on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 6 to 7:30 at Jefferson Community Center in Eureka, and on Monday and Wednesday afternoon from Noon to 1:30 at the Multi-Generational Center in Fortuna until June 15th in Eureka. You can join any time and free childcare is available. 443-5021. English Express Humboldt.org.
 
HSU Associated Students is presenting a free Criminal Justice Dialogue tonight from 6 to 8 with a free Community Roundtable in HSU’S Native American Forum, BSS Building room 162 in Arcata.
 
The Lighthouse Repertory Theatre presents Elizabeth Coburn’s comedy “Man the Ship” Friday and Saturday nights at 7:30, and again on the 31st and April 1st and this Sunday afternoon at 2 at Crescent Elk Auditorium.
 
The Friends of the Dunes invites you to come help restore the dune ecosystem at the Lanphere Dunes of the Humboldt Bay and Wildlife Refuge Saturday morning from 9:30 to 12:30. Meet at the Pacific Union School in Arcata to carpool to the protected site. 444-1397. Jess@FriendsOfTheDunes.org.
 
Redwood National and State Parks are hosting two VIP Orientations to introduce prospective new volunteers to the visitor centers and trails and to answer questions Saturday morning from 10 to 1 at the Thomas Kuchel Visitor Center, one mile south of Orick off Highway 101 and at the Hiouchi Information Center, one mile west of Hiouchi off Highway 199. 465-7393.
 
The Humboldt Permaculture Guild welcomes and encourages farmers and gardeners to bring seeds and plants to share at its 19th annual Seed and Plant Exchange of live music, free workshops, and locally-sourced lunch available Saturday morning from 11 to 4 at the Arcata Community Center. Facebook. 
 
The Friends of the Arcata Marsh is sponsoring a free tour of the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary Saturday afternoon. Meet leader Barbara Reisman at 2 at the Interpretive Center on South G Street in Arcata. 826-2359.
 
The Freshwater Hall invites the community to ask questions and share your ideas at a 1-hour introduction to Redwood Coast Village who help older people with everyday things so they can continue living in their own homes, Saturday afternoon from 2 to 3 at Freshwater Hall, 49 Grange Road. Take Freshwater Road just past Garfield School and turn right on Grange Road.
 
The Alaska Marine Safety Education Association is offering a Fishing Vessel Drill Conductor Workshop Monday and Tuesday. AmSea.org/EurekaADC327-282017.

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FRIDAY, March 24, 2017

The Fortuna Library has regular ongoing story times Thursday mornings from 10:30 to 11 with Gina; Preschool Story Time Friday mornings from 10:30 to 11 with rotating storytellers, and All Ages Story Time Saturday mornings from 11 to Noon by a Fortuna High senior at the Library, 753 14th Street. HumLib.org. 725-3460.
 
The Humboldt Permaculture Guild welcomes and encourages farmers and gardeners to bring seeds and plants to share at its 19th annual Seed and Plant Exchange of live music, free workshops, and locally-sourced lunch available Saturday morning from 11 to 4 at the Arcata Community Center. Facebook. 
 
The Fortuna Library is offering “Cuentos in Español” una hora de cuentos para toda la famila Saturday afternoon from 3 to 4 at the Library at 753 14th Street. Libros gratis para ni ninos. 725-3460.
 
The Sanctuary announces a performance by Jeff DeMark and local storytellers titled “Dreams, Visions, and Few Jokes” stories and song from light to humorous to serious reflections, Saturday night at 8 at the Sanctuary, 13th and I Streets in Arcata. 822-0898. SanctuaryArcata.org.
 
The Yurok Tribal Court is partnering with Root and Rebound and OneJustice’s Justice Bus Project to provide a free clean-slate legal clinic, Sunday for residents of Humboldt and Del Norte Counties to complete their criminal record expungements and Prop 47 reductions. 415-534-5878.
 
Center Activities is having a Community Forest Walk, a 2-hour moderate hike through the Arcata Community Forest on Sunday. Register at 826-3357. Humboldt.edu/CenterActivities.
 
Adulting 101 is offering classes by local actors and comedians Charlie Heinberg and James Schaeffer for six Sunday afternoons from 2 to 3:30 starting Sunday afternoon with “Keep the Change” at Redwood Lounge in Redwood Park in Arcata. Susan at 798-6132. Register at AEDC1.org/events.
 
The Two Rivers Community Care Group is hosting its annual Bingo Fiesta Fundraiser Sunday afternoon, Taco Salad Buffet at 5, bingo at 6 with mucho grande prizes at the Van Duzen Community Center on Van Duzen Road in Mad River. 777-3008.
 
The Alaska Marine Safety Education Association is offering a Fishing Vessel Drill Conductor Workshop Monday and Tuesday. AmSea.org/EurekaADC327-282017.
 
The HSU Music Department is offering a free Piano Studio Recital Monday night at 8 in HSU’s Fulkerson Recital Hall in Arcata. 826-3928. Humboldt.edu/Music.

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SATURDAY, March 25, 2017

The Humboldt Permaculture Guild welcomes and encourages farmers and gardeners to bring seeds and plants to share at its 19th annual Seed and Plant Exchange of live music, free workshops, and locally-sourced lunch available this morning from 11 to 4 at the Arcata Community Center. Facebook. 
 
The Two Rivers Community Care Group is hosting its annual Bingo Fiesta Fundraiser tomorrow afternoon, Taco Salad Buffet at 5, bingo at 6 with mucho grande prizes at the Van Duzen Community Center on Van Duzen Road in Mad River. 777-3008.
 
The Alaska Marine Safety Education Association is offering a Fishing Vessel Drill Conductor Workshop Monday and Tuesday. AmSea.org/EurekaADC327-282017.
 
The McKinleyville Low Vision Support group “The Bumpers” invites the public to the group’s March meeting on the topic of ways to stay independent as a low vision person, Monday morning from 11 Noon at Azalea Hall, 1620 Pickett Road. Doug 839-0588. DougdRose@suddenlink.net   
 
The Friends of the Arcata Marsh is sponsoring a free slower-paced tour of the Arcata Marsh on level, even ground Tuesday afternoon. Meet leaders John DeMartini and Jane Wilson at 2 at the first parking lot on South I Street in from Samoa Boulevard in Arcata. 826-2359. 
 
The Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center is having its on-land kayaking seminar Wednesday night from 6 to 7:30 focusing on the types and anatomy of kayaks and paddling gear, personal attire, and water safety. 443-4222. Humboldt.edu/CenterActivities.
 
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. 826-4807. KHSU.org.
 
The 10th annual Humboldt State University California Big Time and Social Gathering is happening on Saturday morning, April 1st from 11 to 7 in the HSU West Gym in Arcata, preceded by the HSU American Indian Alumni Breakfast from 9 to 10:30. 826-3672
 
The U.S. Forest Service is seeking input on its grant application to the state’s Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division to enhance and manage motorized recreation on National Forest System lands until the deadline of April 3rd. Ohv.parks.ca.gov.
 
The Friends of the Dunes is seeking gently uses outdoor gear for its annual “Get Outside Gear Sale” taking place on Saturday morning, April 8th from 11 to 3 at the Humboldt Coastal Nature Center, 220 Stamps Lane in Manila.