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COMMUNITY CALENDAR for the week of October 1, 2018

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MONDAY, October 1, 2018

The City of Arcata is announcing that public viewing of its Surplus Property Auction items is available this afternoon from 1 to 4, and tomorrow morning from 9 to Noon at the City Corporation Yard at 600 South G Street. The bid deadline is tomorrow afternoon at 1. Complete list of items at CityOfArcata.org. 825-2101. 
 
PBS North Coast invites members and their guests to enjoy its benefit “Dinner With Joanne Weir - public television celebrity chef and host” tonight from 6 to 9 featuring a Prosecco reception, four course dinner and selected wines, at the Ingomar Club in Eureka. 445-0813. PBSNorthCoast.org. 
 
Nine local community organizations have joined to host one more free public forum for Mayor and Ward 5 candidates tonight from 6 to 8 at the Labor Temple, 840 E Street in Eureka. 
 
The Humboldt County Association of Government’s Social Services Transportation Advisory Council would like to hear from you about unmet transit needs at public comment hearings this evening at 6 in the Fortuna Council Chambers, tomorrow evening at 6:30 in the Rio Dell Council Chambers, and Wednesday evening at 6 in the Arcata Council Chambers, plus 6 more meetings. You can comment to 444-6206 or Marcella.Clem@HCAOG.net until November 30th.
 
PBS North Coast presents the League of Women Voters of Humboldt County with five Candidate Forums to be broadcast live on KEET-HDTV from 7 to 8: tonight for Eureka City Council Ward 1, Wednesday night for Eureka City Council Ward 3, and October 8th,10th and the 11th streamed live by the Stream Guys, and archived for later viewing on Access Humboldt. Questions for candidates to production@keet-tv.org until 6:45 pm, and phone-in questions to 445-0811 beginning at 6:45 pm.
 
The Arcata Chamber of Commerce welcomes everyone to its Fall Business Forum of workshops about strategies to thrive in these changing economic times, starting tomorrow morning from 9 to 10:15 by Social Media Consultant Alyssa Alvarez and continuing until November 1st at the Humboldt Area Foundation. Facebook for dates and times. 
 
The Friends of the Dunes invites all to come support its environmental public education and coastal conservation work tomorrow and every first Tuesday at T’s Café.
 
The Companion Animal Foundation is now accepting reservations until October 15th from all ages and groups for its Enchanted Animal Walk magical fundraiser event scheduled for Sunday, October 21st in McKinleyville. 826-7387 for reservations, information, and directions.

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TUESDAY, October 2, 2018

The City of Arcata Recreation Division’s Youth Basketball League enrollment has begun and continues through Friday, November 16th. 822-7091. CityOfArcata/461/Youth-Basketball-League. 
 
The Manly Art Gallery presents the whimsical and light-hearted work of Artist Christine Behrens on display until November 3rd.
 
The Ink People Center for the Arts is calling all artists to enter masks tomorrow and Thursday mornings from 9 to 5 at the Tuxford Gallery in the Ink People office for its Maskibition annual juried mask show to be held October 6th at 6. 442-8413. InkPeople.org. 
 
The Arcata Police Department is hosting “Coffee with a Cop” for all community members tomorrow morning from 9 to 11 to meet local officers and discuss community issues, at Café Brio at 791 G Street in Arcata. 822-2426.
 
The Humboldt County Workforce Development Board invites the Humboldt County community to its presentation “The Practice of Honoring Diversity” tomorrow morning from 9 to Noon with internationally renowned documentary filmmaker, author, poet, and educator Lee Mun Wah, at the Sequoia Conference Center, Room A at 901 Myrtle Avenue in Eureka. RSVP to Allison Tans at AlTans@co.Humboldt.ca.us.
 
The Multi-Generational Center is offering Youth Art for ages 4 to 12 tomorrow afternoon from 3 to 4. RSVP at EDowney@ERVMGC.com.
 
North Coast Child Support and Envision Prosperity are holding a “Dreams Come True Financial Freedom Workshop” tomorrow. Facebook for details. 
 
The College of the Redwoods invites students and the public to a lecture by ceramic artist Lisa Marie Barber tomorrow afternoon from 4 to 6, and an interactive demonstration of her ceramic building techniques Thursday afternoon at 3 in CR’s Creative Arts room 136 on the Eureka main campus.
 
Hospice of Humboldt is offering a training to become a Patient Care, Grief Support, or Ida Emmerson Hospice Home Volunteer Saturday and Sunday mornings from 11 to 3 at 3327 Timber Fall Court in Eureka. 445-8443. HospiceOfHumboldt.org.
 
The Friends of the Arcata Library welcomes all to its giant Book and Media sale of all topics for all ages Saturday morning from 11 to 2 at the Arcata Library behind City Hall on 7th Street in Arcata. 822-5954.

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WEDNESDAY, October 3, 2018

The Fortuna Library has an all-ages after-school Lego Club Wednesday afternoons from 2 to 3:30, and its Fortuna Book Club for all adults is reading “The Odyssey” by Homer tonight from 7 to 8, both at the Library, 753 14th Street. 725-3460. 
 
True North Organizing Network is hosting the Yurok Tribal Council Candidate Forums with candidates for Chair, Vice Chair and Orick Representative this afternoon at 5:30 at Weitchpec Elementary School, and Friday afternoon at 5:30 at the Yurok Tribal Council Chambers. Childcare available. TrueNorthOrganizing.org.
 
The October Racial Equity Roundtable welcomes you to a discussion on intersectionality and privilege Thursday. Childcare provided. Register at bitly.com/octeart.
 
The College of the Redwoods presents “Urban Garden” an exhibition of ceramic sculptures and mixed media quilts by Lisa Marie Barber Thursday through October 25th with an artist’s opening reception Thursday afternoon from 4 to 6 at CR’s Creative Arts Gallery on the Eureka main campus. 476-4559. Redwoods.edu/ArtGallery.
 
The Friends of the Dunes and the Bureau of Land Management welcomes families for a BioBlitz Thursday afternoon from 4:30 to 6:30 at Ma-le’l South using the app iNaturalist Meet at the Mal-le’l Dunes South parking lot with the app already loaded. 444-1397. FriendsOfTheDunes.org.
 
The Sustainable Futures Series is having Pacific Marine Energy Associate Director Benjamin Maurer Thursday afternoon at 5:30 speaking on tidal power, in HSU’s Siemens Hall room 108 in Arcata. 826-4345. SchatzCenter.org.
 
The North Coast Repertory Theatre’s performances of Frederick Knott’s “Dial M for Murder” finish Friday and Saturday nights at 8 and a matinee at 2 at the Theatre at 300 Fifth Street in Eureka. 442-6278. NCRT.net.
 
The North Coast Growers Association announces a performance by hip-hop, reggae, afro, and rock band Dynasty One, Saturday morning, the Arcata Famers’ Market opens at 9 and the music starts at 10 on the Arcata Plaza. NorthCoastGrowersAssociation.org. 
 
Humboldt Mediation Services is accepting applications for its 34-hour Community Mediator Training for 5 weekday evenings and 2 Saturdays coming up from October 15th to the 27th. Registration info at 445-2505. HumboldtMediationServices.org.
 
PBS North Coast/KEET-TV is requesting donations of auction items and services, plus volunteers for its North Coast fall auction which starts October 29th. Call PBS North Coast/KEET–TV at 707-445-0813 for local teacher to help you.

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THURSDAY, October 4, 2018

PBS North Coast, where the learning never stops, presents HomeWork Hotline for students seeking help with math and science questions on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons beginning at 4:30. 497-5044 for a local teacher to help you. PBSNorthCoast.org.
 
The Ferndale Repertory announces that performances of its production of Mel Brook’s comic classic musical “Young Frankenstein” run Friday and Saturday nights at 8 and Sunday afternoons at 2 through October 28th at 447 Main Street in Ferndale. 786-5483. FerndaleRep.org.
 
AAUW welcomes Alanna Powell of Humboldt Made discussing the success of bringing entrepreneurs together and more Saturday morning at 9:30 for registration and social time, followed by a catered breakfast, brief business meeting, and the speaker, at the Sequoia Conference Center, 901 Myrtle Avenue in Eureka. Reservations at 442-4643.
 
The Sequoia Park Zoo and Foundation invites the community to come and enjoy its free International Red Panda Day Saturday morning from 10 to 5 with panda-themed activities for all ages at the Zoo, 3414 W Street in Eureka. 441-4263. SequoiaParkZoo.net.
 
The Friends of the Arcata Library welcomes all to its giant Book and Media sale of all topics for all ages Saturday morning from 11 to 2 at the Arcata Library behind City Hall on 7th Street in Arcata. 822-5954.
 
St. Innocent Orthodox Church welcomes the community to its 15th annual free ethnic food and dance festival “Taste of Orthodoxy” Saturday afternoon from Noon to 4 featuring local band Chubritza, a variety of European and Creek Gyros food booths, guided tours, and hourly Byzantine chant performances, at the Church on F Street in Eureka. EurekaFirstChurch.com.
 
The Humboldt County Historical Society presents writer, historian, and ethnogeographer Jerry Rohde Saturday afternoon at 1 and again at 3 in a free talk on “Saving the Redwoods: How Part of the Humboldt Forest was Preserved”, in the first-floor conference room of the Humboldt County Library, 1313 Third Street in Eureka. 445-4342. HumboldtHistory.org.  
 
The Humboldt Area Foundation is accepting applications for its 2019 Cascadia Center for Leadership Development 10-day Program until the deadline of Monday, October 15th. Session dates are in January, February, and April. Applications at CascadiaLeadership.org. Questions 442-2993.

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FRIDAY,October 5, 2018

The Friends of the Arcata Library welcomes all to its giant Book and Media sale of all topics for all ages tomorrow morning from 11 to 2 at the Arcata Library behind City Hall on 7th Street in Arcata. 822-5954.
 
The Mateel Community Center is holding the 14th year of its all-ages Humboldt Hill Hoedown tomorrow afternoon from 2 to 11 featuring live music by Hell Bound Glory, No Good Redwood Ramblers, The Pine Needles, April Moore and Ranch Party, Way Out West, and The Ballad of James Lawless at the Mateel, 59 Rusk Lane in Redway. 923-3368. Mateel.org.
 
The Humboldt Unitarian Universalist Fellowship invites you to North Coast Artist Helen Vatcher’s Legacy Original Art Sale of 50 paintings of over 50 years to benefit the Fellowship, tomorrow afternoon from 3 to 6 at the Fellowship, 24 Fellowship Drive in Bayside. 
 
Eckankar of Eureka/Arcata: The Path of Spiritual Freedom invites you to experience the Sound of Soul! Discover Your inner guidance, Healing for body, mind, and spirit, A higher form of creativity chanting HU, contemplative time, and spiritual conversation with others of like heart tomorrow afternoon from 4 to 5 at Eureka Center for Spiritual Living, 239 Buhne Street in Eureka. TheSoundofSoul.org.
 
The Arcata Zen Group invites the public to a Dharma talk titled “Gateways” by Soto Zen Priest Eugene Bush Sunday morning, meditation begins at 8 and talk at 9:20 at the Trillium Dance Studio in Arcata. 826-1701. ArcataZenGroup.org.
 
Save the Redwoods League announces its free all-ages “Stand for the Redwood Festival” Sunday afternoon from Noon to 5 celebrating the League’s Centennial and the 50th anniversary of Redwood National Park with performances by Monophonics, Marty O’Reilly and the Old Soul Orchestra, and Saritah, at the Orick Mill Site, 545 Bald Hills Road. RedwoodsFestival.org. RSVP at Facebook.
 
The Opus Music Series presents the Cassati String Quartet in concert Sunday afternoon at 3 at Preston Hall, 44867 Main Street in Mendocino.  Tickets at SymphonyOfTheRedwoods.org/tickets.
 
PBS North Coast presents the League of Women Voters of Humboldt County with 3 more Candidate Forums to be broadcast live on KEET-HDTV from 7 to 8: Monday, October 8th for Eureka City council ward 5, Wednesday, October 10th for Eureka City Mayor, and Thursday October 11th for Arcata City Council streamed live by the Stream Guys, and archived for later viewing on Access Humboldt. Send questions for the candidates to production@keet-tv.org until 6:45 pm, and phone in to 445-0811 beginning at 6:45.

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SATURDAY, October 6, 2018

English Express announces its free English Language class sessions for adults continuing Tuesday mornings from 11:30 to 1 at the Multi-Generational Center in Fortuna, Tuesday nights from 6 to 7:30 at Jefferson Community Center in Eureka, and Friday afternoons from 4:30 to 6 at the Southern Humboldt Family Resource Center in Redway. Join anytime, free childcare. Join anytime, free childcare. 443-5021.
 
The Kunle Community now has a Warm Line for Humboldt residents who are lonely, depressed, or just having a bad day Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights from 6 to Midnight. A suicide attempt survivors support group and a color daze relaxation class are also available. 599-2381.
 
The Friends of the Arcata Library welcomes all to its giant Book and Media sale of all topics for all ages this morning from 11 to 2 at the Arcata Library behind City Hall on 7th Street in Arcata. 822-5954.
 
The Fortuna Library is offering its Fall Crafts every Saturday afternoon from 2:30 to 4 until October 27th at the Library, 753 14th Street. 725-3460.
 
The Humboldt County Department for Health and Human Services announces a free “Mental Health First Aid for Adults” 8-hour training Tuesday, October 9th. Register at 268-2132. Register at Eventbrite.com. Info at PublicHealthPEI@co.Humboldt.ca.us. 
 
The City of Arcata Building and Engineering Department announces that the Arcata Elementary School is joining students around the world to celebrate International Walk and Bike to School Day Wednesday, October 10th by walking, biking, and rolling to school. HumboldtSafeRoutes.org. 
 
The Humboldt State University’s Reese Bullen Gallery invites the public to an HSU faculty and staff exhibition featuring artists working in HSU’s Art Department through Friday, October 12th, in the HSU Art Building in Arcata. 826-5814. RBG@Humboldt.edu.
 
The Westhaven Center for the Arts is exhibiting “The Mundane and Magnificent: Flowers, Gardens, Ocean, and Earth” by 14 artists of the Representational Art League through October 28th at 501 South Westhaven Drive, three miles south of Trinidad. 
 
PBS North Coast/KEET-TV is accepting donations of auction items and services for its North Coast fall auction fundraiser which starts October 29th. Call PBS North Coast/KEET–TV at 707-445-0813 for details.
 
The City of Arcata Community Development is now accepting nominations for the 2019 Business of the Year Award until the deadline of November 5th to recognize local businesses and nonprofits that exemplify the core values of innovation, resourcefulness, collaboration, and community supporting and environment protection practices. 822-5955.