Community Calendar

KHSU's Community Calendar airs:

  • Weekdays during Morning Edition at 8:30 a.m.
  • Weekdays during the KHSU Magazine between 1 and 1:30 p.m.
  • Saturdays during Weekend Edition at 8:35 a.m.

The calendar is pre-recorded. Please submit items at least 10 days in advance of desired air date.

To submit your event to the Community Calendar use the Calendar Submission Form

OR:

Email: calendar@khsu.org
Fax:  707-826-6082

Mail: KHSU, Attn: Calendar,
           Humboldt State University,
           1 Harpst Street, Arcata, CA 95521

 

Please note: KHSU cannot air announcements for businesses or other for-profit entities.  We cannot air announcements that include an "inducement to buy" such as pints for non-profits, percentage of sales to non-profits or similar programs.

NOTE: Dates in bold indicate date of on-air announcement, not necessarily the date of events listed.

Neither KHSU or Humboldt State University is responsible for the accuracy of calendar submissions.

COMMUNITY CALENDAR for the week of June 11, 2018

Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday | Saturday

MONDAY, June 11, 2018

Caltrans is announcing that drainage work on Highway 101 at Rattlesnake Bridge is being performed this morning and tomorrow mornings from 7 to 7 at night. So lane closures are in effect at those times and motorists should anticipate minor traffic slowdowns.
 
The Humboldt Poor People’s Campaign invites the public to its 40-day Moral Revival continuing this afternoon from 4:30 to 6, and each Monday afternoon in June, with the theme of “Everybody’s Got the Right to Live: Education, Living Wage, Jobs, Housing and Social Services”, at the Eureka Courthouse. PoorPeoplesCampaign.org.
 
The City of Arcata hereby gives notice that the regular meeting of the Open Space and Agriculture Committee scheduled for tonight at 6 in the City Council Chambers has been canceled. CityOfArcata.org.
 
The Alaska Marine Safety Education Association is conducting a free Fishing Vessel Drill Conductor workshop for commercial fishermen tomorrow and Wednesday mornings from 7:30 to 5 at Woodley Island Marina, 601 Startare Drive in Eureka. Register at AMSEA.org or 907-747-3287.
 
The College of the Redwood Community Education and The Job Market Work Readiness Series present a “Community and Social Service Training” of basic skills for the helping professions, Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 8:30 to 12:30, from tomorrow until August 16th at the CR Eureka Downtown site, 525 D Street in Eureka. Registration and reservations at 476-4500. The Job Market at 441-5627 for scholarship information.
 
Food for People is holding free produce markets for income eligible families tomorrow morning from 10:30 to Noon at the Garberville Presbyterian Church at 437 Maple Lane, and tomorrow afternoon from 12:30 to 1:30 at the Redway Baptist Church at 553 Redway Drive. 445-3166. FoodForPeople.org. 
 
Good Enough Now and other community organizations are welcoming people from all sides of the gun rights and control debates to a Community Forum on Gun Laws and Access, tomorrow night from 7 to 9. Pre-registration and a short survey are required at 202-670-4262.
 
The Humboldt County Department of Human Services is welcoming comments on the Mental Services Act Three-Year Plan until the deadline of Wednesday, June 20th to MHSAComments@co.humboldt.ca.us or to 441-3770 or to comment boxes at Humboldt County DHHS locations. View the document at HumboldtGov.org/451/Documents-Open-for-Public-Comment.

Return to top

TUESDAY, June 12, 2018

The Multi-Generational Center encourages parents to read with their children at its summer reading programs on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings from 10 to 2 starting tomorrow until August 17th in the MGC’s classroom A. 725-3300. ERVMGC.com.
 
The Fortuna Library is holding its Summer Reading/Family Literacy Night tomorrow night from 6 to 8 with the theme of “Reading Takes You Everywhere”, plus snacks, crafts, free books for kids, and storyteller Charlene Storr at 6:30 at 753 14th Street in Fortuna. 725-3460. HumLib.org. 
 
The Multi-Generational Center is offering a Self-Awareness class for kids ages 6 to 13 with parents tomorrow evening from 6 to 7 taught by Fortuna’s Resource recovery Officer Lindsey Frank. RSVP to ARamirez@ERVMGC.com.
 
The Redwood Women’s Foundation announces a kitchen skills class to create artful plant-based foods titled “Kale Ninja’s with Jennifer Lauren”, tomorrow night from 6 to 8 at the Lost Coast Brewery, 1600 Sunset Drive in Eureka. Register at RedwoodWomensFoundation.com/Workshops. 
 
The City of Arcata hereby gives notice that the regular meeting of the Parks and Recreation Committee scheduled for tomorrow night at 6 in the City Council Chambers has been canceled. CityOfArcata.org.
 
The North Group Sierra Club is hosting a welcome party for new and continuing members, with local oysters and music by Tyger Byle tomorrow night from 7 to 9 at the Humboldt Bay Social Club, 900 New Navy Base Road in Samoa. RSVP to Gregg Gold at GreggJGold@aol.com. 826-3740.
 
The Del Norte Association for Cultural Awareness is showing it 4th annual Arts in Corrections Exhibit of work from Pelican State Prison visual and photographic classes “Art from the Inside IV” through Thursday at the Del Norte County Courthouse at 450 H Street in Crescent City. 464-1336. DNACA@harborside.com.
 
Rangjung Yeshe Gomde Tibetan Buddhist Retreat in Leggett is welcoming everyone to come hear authentic master Dzigar Kontrul Rinpoche for a seminar of profound teaching Friday to Sunday. GomdeUSA.org.
 
The City of Eureka, Eureka Transit Service, and Humboldt Transit Authority are asking everyone to give their input on the four new proposed network concepts of the Eureka Transit service Line System Feasibility Study at SurveyMonkey.com/r/2ZWXM3R. 

Return to top

WEDNESDAY, June 13, 2018

The Redwood Region Audubon Society’s monthly Conservation Meeting is being held tomorrow at Noon at Rita’s Margarita’s and Mexican Grill, 1111 5th Street in Eureka. 445-8311. 
 
The City of Arcata hereby gives notice that the regular meeting of the Forest Management Committee scheduled for tomorrow night at 7 in the City Council Chambers has been canceled. CityOfArcata.org.
 
The Dell’Arte International’s Mad River Festival kicks off tomorrow with performances of the new work “Ruzzante Comes Home from War” Thursday through Sunday nights at 8 until July 1st at Dell’Arte’s Rooney Amphitheatre in Blue Lake. A full schedule of the Mad River Festival is available at DellArte.com. 668-5663.
 
The Humboldt Senior Resource Center is celebrating Father’s Day meals Friday morning at the Senior Dining Centers in Arcata and Eureka at 11:30 and at Noon in Fortuna. Reservation info at 443-9747, ext. 1228. 
 
The Arcata Library: invites fabric heads to its “Call to Yarns” Friday at noon where you can Knit, Chat, and Relax, welcomes kids to its “Fun with Music” Storytime Saturday morning at 11, and everyone to a Song Circle with Humboldt SINGS’ Maggie McKnight Saturday afternoon at 3, all at the Library behind Arcata City Hall on 7th Street. 822-5954. Facebook/HumboldtCoLibraryArcata.
 
The Multi-Generational Center is hosting its Father’s Day Birdhouse event for all ages Friday evening from 5 to 6:30 where you can build a birdhouse and memories with dad. Tickets are available at Eventbrite.com. ERVMGC.com.
 
Northtown Books welcomes Sharon Levy to talk about her new book from Oxford University Press “The Marsh Builders: The Fight for Clean Water, Wetlands and Wildlife”, Friday night at 7 on H Street in Arcata.
 
 The Institute for Sustainable Forestry is holding a tour titled “Ultramafic Biogeography Part 1 Red Mountain” Saturday in the BLM wilderness area. InstituteForSustainableForestry.com. 244-4584.
 
The Redwood Community Action Agency coordinated the newest edition of the Humboldt Bay Area Bike Map as part of the Humboldt County DHHS Public health’s Redwood Mobility Program and you can grab your free copy at your local bike shop, bookstore, visitor center, and from the Humboldt County Association of Governments in Eureka. HCOAG.net/Documents/Humboldt-Bay-Area-Bike-Map.

Return to top

THURSDAY, June 14, 2018

The Trinidad Coastal land Trust is offering a Low Tide walk with Geologist and Naturalist Danny O’Shea Saturday morning from 8 to 10 featuring the geology and intertidal creatures at Luffenholz Beach. Meet at the Beach parking area on Scenic Drive, about two miles South of Trinidad. Reservations are required at 677-2501 or Carol@TrinidadCoastalLandTrust.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 Christine Keil at 8:30 in the parking lot at the end of South I Street, Klopp Lake in Arcata. RRAS.org.
 
The North Coast Growers’ Association welcomes everyone to its Humboldt grown GMO-free weekly Farmers’ Markets in seven Humboldt County locations, rain or shine featuring fresh food grown by local family farmers. For dates, times, locations, information about Market Match, and live music schedules NorthCoastGrowersAssociation.org. 441-9999.
 
Sanctuary Forest invites everyone interested to the Regenerative Cannabis Farm Tour hosted by Daniel and Taylor Stein Saturday morning from 10 to 2 at Briceland Forest Farm. Bring water and meet at 10 at the bottom Beginnings School parking lot just off of Briceland Road to carpool to the site. Anna 986-1087, ext. 9#. Anna@SantuaryForest.org.
 
Arcata Main Street announces the 28th Arcata Bay Oyster Festival celebrating the bounty of the sea, Saturday on the historic Arcata Plaza featuring live performances, music, face painting, wax hands, interactive art, crafts, and much more. Facebook.
 
The Fortuna Library welcomes all kids to come read stories to the Humboldt County Puppy Raiser’s puppies on Saturday afternoon from 2 to 3 while the Raisers present information on raising and training guide dogs, at the Library at 753 14th Street in Fortuna. 725-3460. HumLib.org.
 
Six Rivers National Forest has 16 developed campgrounds ready to open for the summer with no reservations available for some campgrounds and others can be reserved at 444-6777 or Recreation.gov.
 
The College of the Redwoods announces that open enrollment has begun for summer and fall 2018 semesters at CR locations in Eureka, Crescent City and Hoopa, or online at Redwoods.edu/GetStarted.

Return to top

FRIDAY, June 15, 2018

The Area 1 Agency on Aging is announcing that Senior Farmers’ Market check booklets are now available at Humboldt County Farmers Markets and at senior resource centers to purchase fresh food from Certified Farmer’s Markets. 442-3763.
 
The Redcrest Community Center Volunteers invite everyone to take a drive through the redwoods, share a delicious meal with family and friends, and enjoy some genuine old-fashioned hospitality at its Father's Day Pancake Breakfast and Celebration Sunday morning from 8 to 11. Take exit 667 off Highway 101. Hall In The Redwoods on Facebook.
 
Tolowa Dunes State Park – Lake Earl Wildlife Area welcomes all to a Tolowa Coast Nature Program about the Big Dune Beach Grass Pulling results of more than a decade of restoration efforts, Sunday afternoon from 1 to 4 with Tolowa Dunes Stewards. Meet at the Lake Earl Wildlife Area Information Center, 2591 Old Mill Road in Crescent City. Register at 465-6191.
 
Dell’Arte International’s Mad River Festival continues with a performance of the globally renowned Writer and Performer Jeff DeMark’s original “Writing My Way out of Adolescence” Sunday afternoon at 2 in the Pierson Big Hammer Tent in Blue Lake. A full schedule of the Mad River Festival is available at DellArte.com.
 
The McKinleyville Community Choir is holding its family-friendly musical joy-inspiring Spring Concert of a variety of songs from various languages and dialects Sunday afternoon at 3 the Arcata Playhouse, 1251 9th Street in Arcata. 822-7575.
 
The Sanctuary in Arcata is hosting its 4th annual free teacher tribute and family friendly event fundraiser Sunday afternoon from 4 to 10 where the building and yard are in full display as a Creative Playground, with games, activities, live music, food and drinks, plus a silent auction and gallery exhibition featuring the work of local artists and craftspeople. 
 
The City of Arcata announces that the 2018 Sanitary Sewer Infiltration Project begins Monday and continues through fall 2019, and so neighborhood residents in construction zones may experience sewer and water interruptions. For updates CityOfArcata.org. 825-2173.
 
The Humboldt County Department of Human Services is welcoming comments on the Mental Services Act Three-Year Plan until the deadline of Wednesday, June 20th to MHSAComments@co.humboldt.ca.us or to 441-3770 or to comment boxes at Humboldt County DHHS locations. View the document at HumboldtGov.org/451/Documents-Open-for-Public-Comment.

Return to Top

SATURDAY, June 16, 2018

Dell’Arte International’s Mad River Festival continues with a performance of Writer and Performer Jeff DeMark’s “Writing My Way out of Adolescence” tomorrow afternoon at 2 in the Pierson Big Hammer Tent in Blue Lake. A full schedule of the Mad River Festival is available at DellArte.com.
 
Food for People’s Children’s Summer Lunch Program begins Monday providing free lunches for children ages 18 and younger at different county-wide sites, until Friday, August 24th. For a complete site list with addresses, dates, and times of meal service call 445-3166 or FoodForPeole.org.
 
The Humboldt Poor People’s Campaign invites the public to its 40-day Moral Revival continuing Monday afternoon from 4:30 to 6, and each Monday afternoon in June, with the theme of “A New and Unsettling Force: Confronting the Distorted Moral Narrative”, at the Eureka Courthouse. PoorPeoplesCampaign.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, starting Tuesday morning, June 19th and continues Tuesday through Friday mornings from 9 to 2:30 until they are all sold. 443-9747, ext. 1228.
 
Humboldt State University is now accepting registration for 3 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, June 25th to the 29th, July 9th to the 13th, and July 16th to the 20th. Register at Camps.Humboldt.edu or at the HSU Early Outreach at 826-6226.
 
The Arcata Playhouse its now accepting registration for summer youth theater workshops beginning with Puppet Camp for ages 6 to 14 from June 25th to the 29th. 822-1575 or ArcataPlayhouse.org for a full camp schedule information.
 
The City of Arcata Parks and Recreation Division is receiving enrollment for the Bayside Park Farm shares for the summer 2018 season. Visit CityOfArcata.org/Rec to enroll. 822-7091. 
 
Lost Coast Camp in Petrolia still has room for your child to come for a week-long summer camp adventure for ages 8 to 14. Register at LostCoastCamp.org or 629-3547.
 
The Azalea Art Festival winners are on exhibit through July 1st at the Manley Art Center and Gallery at 433 Oak Street in Brookings.
 
The Arcata High School classes of 1977 and 1978 are holding a reunion in August. Facebook.