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KHSU Community Calendar for the week of August 18, 2014

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MONDAY, August 18, 2014


The City of Eureka will be installing ADA compliant sidewalks requiring roadway closures and travel lane shifts on West Avenue between Myrtle Avenue and 6th Street beginning this morning from 7 to 6 and will continue daily.

The City of Arcata Recreation Department announce its Adventure Camp, Pee Wee Sports Camp, and Redwood Day Camp all beginning today. 822-7091. CityofArcata.org/rec.

The Humboldt County UC Cooperative Extension’s Master Preservers and the CalFresh program are offering a series of workshops on food preservation, continuing this afternoon from 3 to 6 at the Mateel Community Center kitchen in Redway. Ann, 223-3063.

College of the Redwoods has free G.E.D. preparation classes every Monday and Wednesday evenings from 6 to 8:30, and Wednesday afternoons from 3:30 to 5:30 4 at 333 Sixth Street in downtown Eureka. 476-4500. CR is also offering the new computer-based General Educational Development G.E.D. exam every Friday morning from 9 to 4 at the Community Education Facility at 525 D Street in Eureka. Preregistration is required for the G.E.D. exam at GED.com.

CalTrans will perform routine maintenance on Route 101 from Barkdull Road to Jordan Road tomorrow and a full road closure will be in effect from 8 to 4, so motorists will be directed to use an alternate route.

The Salmonid Restoration Federation and the Trees Foundation are accepting registration for the 17th annual Coho Confab to be held Friday to Sunday at Rock Creek Ranch on the South Fork of the Smith River. 923-7501. CalSalmon.org.

HSU College of eLearning and Extended Education’s Open University provides an opportunity for those not currently admitted to HSU, to enroll in University courses starting Monday, August 25th. 826-3731. Humboldt.edu/extended.

The Creamery District still has openings for art vendors for its August Art Market which will be held Saturday morning, August 30th from 9 to 1 at the Creamery Building, 1251 Ninth Street in Arcata. CreameryDistrict.org/art-market.

ASSE Student Exchange Program is seeking local host families until August 31st for boys and girls ages 15 to 18 from a variety of countries. 800-733-2773. Host.ASSE.com.

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TUESDAY, August 19, 2014

Food For People invites all income eligible folks to come to its free farmers-market style produce distribution, pick out fresh fruits and vegetables, sample recipes, and learn about CalFresh, formerly Food Stamps, and other area services tomorrow morning from 11:30 to 1:30 at Fortuna Community Services, 2331 Rohnerville Road, and on Thursday afternoon from Noon to 2 at the Food Bank, 307 West 14th Street in Eureka.  Bring your own bag. 445-3166. FoodForPeople.org.

SCRAPHumboldt is offering its volunteer training for those who want to help reduce waste in our community, tomorrow night at 6:30. 822-2452. SCRAPHumboldt.org/volunteer.

Access Humboldt, the Humboldt-Del Norte Film Commission and the Eureka High School Media Club present a screening of the locally produced marijuana-growing culture documentary entitled “Tricky Bidness” Thursday evening at 6:30 in Eureka High School’s Lecture Hall in Eureka. AccessHumboldt.net

The Mateel Community Center is seeking homebrew and grillmaster contestants for its 6th annual SoHum Beer Fest and Barbecue Smoke-Off which will be held Sunday, August 31st in the Hall and Back-40 of the Mateel Community Center in Redway. Sign up for your homebrew or barbecue competition at 923-3368.

The Mid Klamath Watershed Council announces a severe drought that is impacting the communities and rivers of the Mid Klamath area. To learn water conservation strategies visit MKWC.org/programs/foodsheds/resources/water-security.

The North Coast Substance Abuse Council, the governing board for Crossroads residential substance use disorder treatment center, has board openings available for you to help make our community a better place. 445-08669. XRoads9898@sbcGlobal.net.

The Humboldt Library Foundation is now accepting donations for its “Buy a Book” fundraiser campaign as a gift or in memory of a loved one, focusing on helping the library build-up the Library’s very popular audio visual collection. HumboldtLibraryFoundation.org.

Humboldt Mediation Services has an interactive workshop designed to promote personal conflict management through effective communication coming up on Saturday morning, September 6th from 8:45 to 4:30 in Eureka. 445-2505. HumboldtMediatonServices.org.

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WEDNESDAY, August 20, 2014

Humboldt County Department of Health and Human Services is holding a community meeting on “What Do You Think? About the Mental Health Services Act” tomorrow afternoon from 3 to 5 at the Garberville Civic Club, 477 Maple Lane. Please RSVP at 268-2932.

Food For People invites all income eligible folks to come to its free farmers-market style produce distribution, pick out fresh fruits and vegetables, sample recipes, and learn about CalFresh, formerly Food Stamps, and other area services tomorrow afternoon from Noon to 2 at the Food Bank, 307 West 14th Street in Eureka. Bring your own bag. 445-3166. FoodForPeople.org.

Access Humboldt, the Humboldt-Del Norte Film Commission and the Eureka High School Media Club present a screening of locally produced marijuana-growing culture documentary entitled “Tricky Bidness” tomorrow evening at 6:30 in Eureka High School’s Lecture Hall in Eureka. AccessHumboldt.net.

TtheSalmonid Restoration Federation, the Trees Foundation,   California Fish and Wildlife, and the Smith River Alliance are holding the 17th annual Coho Confab, including tours of:  fish passage projects; beaver influences; habitat reconnections; wetland restoration; and underwater fish identification, from Friday to Sunday at Rock Creek Ranch on the South Fork of the Smith River. 923-7501. CalSalmon.org.

Humboldt Folklife Society invites everyone to come out and savor the summertime with a barn dance Friday night from 7:30 to 11 with caller Carolan Raleigh-Halsing and live music by the Striped Pig Band, at the Arcata Vets Hall. HumboldtFolkLife.org.

“Taste of Willow Creek” announces its 9th annual celebration event of craft booths, artisans, all day music, wine tasting, and lifestyle workshops Saturday morning from 11 to 8:30 at China Creek Cottages located 1 mile east of downtown Willow Creek. There will also be a special workshop on “How to Eat the Willow Creek Way” by professional chefs, and an evening “Summer Soiree” action-packed extravaganza of music, comedy, and circus acts. TasteOWillowCreek.com.

Northcoast Repertory Theatre presents only two performances of the touching and funny unique theatre piece entitled “Love Letters” Saturday night at 8 and Sunday afternoon at 2 at 300 Fifth Street in Eureka. 442-NCRT. NCRT.net.

Union Labor Health Foundation is accepting grant applications to address issues of health and wellness in Humboldt County until the deadline of September 2nd. ULHF.org.

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THURSDAY, August 21, 2014

Access Humboldt, the Humboldt-Del Norte Film Commission and the Eureka High School Media Club present a screening of locally produced marijuana-growing culture documentary entitled “Tricky Bidness” this evening at 6:30 in Eureka High School’s Lecture Hall in Eureka. AccessHumboldt.net.

The Salmonid Restoration Federation, the Trees Foundation,   California Fish and Wildlife, and the Smith River Alliance are holding the 17th annual Coho Confab, including tours of:  fish passage projects; beaver influences; habitat reconnections; wetland restoration; and underwater fish identification, from Friday to Sunday at Rock Creek Ranch on the South Fork of the Smith River. 923-7501. CalSalmon.org.

Lighthouse Repertory Theatre in association with Chetco Pelican Players presents performances of the play about politics and poultry entitled "November” tomorrow and Saturday nights at 7:30 and Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at College of the Redwoods Library, 883 West Washington Boulevard in Crescent City. Recommended for adults only.

Redwood Region Audubon Society has an eBird Site Survey coming up with Rob Fowler Saturday morning at Shay Park in Arcata. Participants will enjoy seeing and hearing the many birds that Rob identifies. Meet Rob at 8 at the parking lot at the east end of Foster Avenue. 616-9481.

Redwood Region Audubon Society invites you to grab your binoculars and have a great morning on a free public birding field trip Saturday morning, rain or shine. Meet leader Tristan McKee at 8:30 in the parking lot at the end of South G Street, Klopp Lake, in Arcata.  

Humboldt Botanical Gardens Foundation is in need of volunteer docents and gate hosts on Saturday morning from 10 to 2, and other Saturdays and Sundays in August and September. Sign up at 442-5139. AshleyMobley@HBGF.org.

Friends of the Arcata Marsh is sponsoring a free ecology 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. 825-2359.

Union Labor Health Foundation is accepting grant applications to address issues of health and wellness in Humboldt County until the deadline of September 2nd. ULHF.org.

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FRIDAY, August 22, 2014

“Taste of Willow Creek” announces its 9th annual celebration event of craft booths, artisans, all day music, wine tasting, and lifestyle workshops tomorrow morning from 11 to 8:30 at China Creek Cottages located 1 mile east of downtown Willow Creek. There will also be a special workshop on “How to Eat the Willow Creek Way” by professional chefs, and an evening “Summer Soiree” action-packed extravaganza of music, comedy, and circus acts. TasteOfWillowCreek.com.

Bayside Grange and Kenny Ray and the Mighty Rovers invites the whole family for an evening of food, music, and dance Saturday evening: dinner at 6:30, free dance lessons at 7:15, and music from 8 to 11 at the Bayside Grange, corner of Jacoby Creek Road and Old Arcata Road in Bayside. 822-9998. BaysideGrange.org.

Ink People Center for the Arts presents five local folk music acts at “Folked: A Benefit for the Ink Annex” concert and barbecue Sunday afternoon from Noon to 6 at 47B West 3rd Street in Eureka.

Friends of the Dunes is offering a guided dunes insect tour of the Ma-le’l Dunes with Dunes naturalist and author Pete Haggard and his wife Sunday afternoon from 2 to 4. Meet at the Ma-le’l north parking lot in Manila. Turn west on to Young Lane from Samoa Boulevard and follow the road north past the gun club. 444-1397. FriendsOfTheDunes.org. 

Friends of the Arcata Marsh is sponsoring a free “Slower-Speed Marsh Tour” for persons with limited ability Tuesday afternoon at 2. Meet at the parking lot at the end of South I Street, Klopp Lake in Arcata. Jane 822-3475.

Aligning Forces Humboldt announces an upcoming series of free health workshops designed for individuals living with long term health conditions, Thursday nights beginning August 28th from 5:30 to 8 at the Del Norte Community Health Center in Crescent City. 445-2806, ext. 4. AligningForcesHumboldt.org.

The City of Eureka Recreation Division has local artisan handmade gift vendor openings for its upcoming 38th annual Holiday Craft Bazaar, which will be happening Saturday December 6th at the Adorni Center in Eureka. 441-4374. EurekaParksAndRecreation.com.

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SATURDAY, August 23, 2014

“Taste of Willow Creek” announces its 9th annual celebration event of craft booths, artisans, all day music, wine tasting, and lifestyle workshops this morning from 11 to 8:30 at China Creek Cottages located 1 mile east of downtown Willow Creek. There will also be a special workshop on “How to Eat the Willow Creek Way” by professional chefs, and an evening “Summer Soiree” action-packed extravaganza of music, comedy, and circus acts. TasteOfWillowCreek.com.

Ink People Center for the Arts presents five local folk music acts at “Folked: A Benefit for the Ink Annex” concert and barbecue Sunday afternoon from Noon to 6 at 47B West 3rd Street in Eureka.

Friends of the Dunes is offering a guided dunes insect tour of the Ma-le’l Dunes with Dunes naturalist and author Pete Haggard and his wife tomorrow afternoon from 2 to 4. Meet at the Ma-le’l north parking lot in Manila. Turn west on to Young Lane from Samoa Boulevard and follow the road north past the gun club. 444-1397. FriendsOfTheDunes.org. 

Friends of the Arcata Marsh is sponsoring a free “Slower-Speed Marsh Tour” for persons with limited ability Tuesday afternoon at 2. Meet at the parking lot at the end of South I Street, Klopp Lake in Arcata. Jane 822-3475.

Aligning Forces Humboldt announces an upcoming series of free health workshops designed for individuals living with long term health conditions, Thursday nights beginning August 28th from 5:30 to 8 at the Del Norte Community Health Center in Crescent City. 445-2806, ext. 4.  AligningForcesHumboldt.org.

The City of Eureka Recreation Division has local artisan handmade gift vendor openings for its upcoming 38th annual Holiday Craft Bazaar, which will be happening Saturday December 6th at the Adorni Center in Eureka. 441-4374. EurekaParksAndRecreation.com.

Lost Coast Four By Fours vehicle club is accepting volunteers, media contacts, and donations of money, raffle items, and car body, metal, and appliance disposal, for its upcoming River Bar Clean up on Sunday, September 7th under Fernbridge. 362-4713.

Humboldt Domestic Violence Services is now accepting donations of your used jewelry for its Second Hand Sale fundraiser at a variety of sponsor’s drop-off sites until October 15th. The sale is scheduled for November 1st. 444-9255 for a convenient drop-off site.

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NOTE: Dates in bold indicate date of on-air announcement, not necessarily the date of events listed.
Neither KHSU-FM or Humboldt State University is responsible for the accuracy of calendar submissions.

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