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COMMUNITY CALENDAR for the week of September 17, 2018

Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday | Saturday

MONDAY, September 17, 2018

DHHS is holding a discussion of eating disorders and treatment best practices for Mental Health Clinicians and Supervisory Clinicians by Marcelle Olsen MA LMFT this morning from 10 to Noon in the Pro Building, Large Mezzanine Conference Room at 507 F Street in Eureka. RSVP is required at DHHS_TES@co.humboldt.ca.us.
 
The Mateel Community Center announces the resumption of Monday and Wednesday afternoon Aikido classes with Sensei Russel Wisby starting this afternoon from 4 to 6:30. Sign up at class. Mateel.org.
 
The Redwood Forest Chapter of the DAR is celebrating Constitution Week by placing a display up through the end of the month, along with Constitution and Flag Code booklets, pamphlets, bookmarks and more, on the second floor in the Hagopian Art Gallery of the Eureka Main Library. RedwoodForestDAR.org.
 
Public Health PEI is offering a 14-hour “Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training” course tomorrow and Wednesday. Register at PublicHealthPEI@co.Humboldt.ca.us or 268-2132.
 
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.
 
Food for People is offering free produce markets for income eligible households Wednesday morning from 11:30 to 1 in the Fortuna Community Services parking lot, and Thursday afternoon from Noon to 2 in the Food for People parking lot in Eureka. 445-3166. FoodForPeople.org.
 
The Willow Creek Chamber of Commerce and the North Coast Small Business Development Center are holding an information session of services for small business owners in Eastern Humboldt on Wednesday evening from 6 to 8 at the Willow creek Community Services District, 135 Willow Road. Registration at WillowCreekChamber.com/Event/Information-session-SBDC.
 
The KHSU Community Advisory Board invites the public to its meeting next Wednesday night from 6:30 to 8 to obtain public input regarding any aspect of KHSU’s programming and operations, at HSU’s Native American Forum, located in the Behavioral & Social Sciences building room 162 in Arcata. 826-4807. KHSU.org. 
The KHSU Community Advisory Board meeting has been canceled until further notice by order of President Lisa Rossbacher. 
 
The Humboldt State University’s Reese Bullen Gallery invites the public to an HSU faculty and staff exhibition through October 12th featuring artists working in HSU’s Art Department, in the HSU Art Building in Arcata. 826-5814. RBG@Humboldt.edu.

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TUESDAY, September 18, 2018

Humboldt Made is offering a workshop series on “Intentional Marketing from the Inside Out” by Allie Heemstra starting tomorrow with “Marketing Foundations: Find Your Why” Wednesday at the Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, 921 Waterfront Drive in Eureka. 445-9720, ext. 210. NorthCoastSBDC.org.
 
Eckankar of Eureka/Arcata welcomes you to come experience the Sound of Soul! Discover your inner guidance and chant HU tomorrow evening from 6 to 7 at the Arcata Community Center, 321 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway in Arcata. TheSoundOfSoul.org.
 
The Humboldt Literacy Project and the Eureka Main Library present Family Literacy Night tomorrow evening at 6:30 featuring storytelling games and activities with Jeanine Lancaster and each child in attendance receives a free book. 445-3655. HumLib.org.
 
The Eureka Library is hosting a free spoken word performance “How Many Hats?” by Giancarlo and Ed tomorrow evening at 6:30 at the Eureka Main Library. 269-1905. HumLib.org.
 
The Sequoia Park Zoo Conservation Lecture Series is having a free lecture on “Cheetahs – Carnivores Livelihoods and Landscapes” by Action For Cheetas Director Mary Wykstra, preceded by a reception and African conservation crafts sale tomorrow night, reception at 6:30 and lecture at 7 in the Flamingo Room at the Sequoia Park Zoo, 3414 W Street in Eureka.  
 
The Mateel Community Center and Ineffable Live present acoustic rock, reggae, world music singer-songwriter Trevor Hall tomorrow night, doors open at 7, all-ages show at 8 at the Mateel Community Center, 59 Rusk Lane in Redway.  
 
The Multi-Generational Center is accepting RSVP’s until Thursday for its Kids Cooking Class for ages 6 to 12 to be held Saturday afternoon from 1:30 to 3 by Fat Anne’s Bakery and Bistro owner. EDowney@ERMGC.com.
 
The Greater Trinidad Chamber of Commerce invites you to visit scenic Trinidad Thursday evening from 5:30 to 7:30 to taste samples from local restaurants, chefs, food producers, winemakers, and breweries, at Saunders Park. Allie 677-1610. AskChamber@TrinidadCalif.com.
 
Humboldt Mediation Services is now 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.

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WEDNESDAY, September 19, 2018

The KHSU Community Advisory Board invites the public to its meeting next Wednesday night from 6:30 to 8 to obtain public input regarding any aspect of KHSU’s programming and operations, at HSU’s Native American Forum, located in the Behavioral & Social Sciences building room 162 in Arcata. 826-4807. KHSU.org.
The KHSU Community Advisory Board meeting has been canceled until further notice by order of President Lisa Rossbacher. 
 
The Sustainable Speaker Series presents Sharon Levy talking about “Arcata Marsh: Roots and Branches” based on a new book tomorrow afternoon at 5:30 in HSU’s Siemens Hall room 108 in Arcata. EnvComm.Humboldt.edu/Fall-2018.
 
The HSU Forestry Club and North Coast Chapter of California Women in Timber welcome all to the 3rd annual Women in Natural Resources Career Panel tomorrow evening at 6 in HSU’s Wildlife and Fisheries Building, room 258 in Arcata. CAWomenTimber.org. Facebook/HSU Forestry Club.
 
The Eureka Theater presents a benefit evening of “Science on the Screen” tomorrow night, doors open at 7 featuring a screening of the films “Mad Max 2”, “The Road Warrior”, and lecturer Lonny Grafman at 7:30, films at 8:30 at the Theater in Eureka. 
 
Redwood Curtain’s performances of its production of the thoughtful, humorous, and haunting story “Marjorie Prime” continue Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights at 8 through September 29th with a Sunday afternoon matinee at 2 at 220 First Street in Eureka. 443-7688. RedwoodCurtain.com.
 
The Arcata Library welcomes all fiber people to come Knit, Chat, and Relax at its “Call to Yarns” every Friday afternoon from Noon to 1,  and to its Fun with Music Peace Fest Saturday morning at 11, both at the Library behind City Hall on 7th Street in Arcata. 822-5954.
 
The Humboldt Council of the Blind’s September meeting is having Legal Services of Northern California attorney Kaly Rule talking about services available from this organization, Friday afternoon at 1:30 at the Humboldt bay Municipal Water District office conference room, 828 7th Street in Eureka.
 
The Cities of Arcata and Eureka, Humboldt County, the Redwood Economic Development Commission, and Planwest Partners are holding the first Accessory Dwelling Unit ADU Fair of information, vendors, building-opportunity discussions, plus food, libation, and fun activities for kids Friday night from 5 to 8 and Saturday morning from 10 to 5 at Redwood Acres, 3750 Harris Street in Eureka. 
 
The North Coast Redwoods Writers 18th annual Conference is offering two days of 10 workshops Friday and Saturday at College of the Redwoods, Del Norte at 883 West Washington Boulevard in Crescent City. Registration info at 465-2303 or NCRWC.org.

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THURSDAY, September 20, 2018

The Greater Eureka Chamber of Commerce announces a ribbon cutting event for the new Reading Oasis tomorrow afternoon at 4 at the Jefferson Community Center, 1000 B Street in Eureka.
 
WILPF and the Kunle Community welcome you to the International Day of Peace tomorrow night, tabling from 5 to 6 and the program from 6 to 8 featuring a speaker from Centro del Pueblo, live music, poetry, and a candle light vigil at the Gazebo in Old Town Eureka. 599-2381. KunleCommunity.org.
 
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 Picasso Players, a new theater group working in association with Redbud Theatre, is bringing Steve Martin’s “Picasso at the Lapin Agile” to Willow Creek’s Kimtu Cookhouse Theater Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights, doors open at 6, show at 7 at Camp Kimtu in Willow Creek. 530-629-3564. Joan Briggs JMBArchitect@snowcrest.net.
 
The North Coast Repertory Theatre 35th season performances of Frederick Knott’s “Dial M for Murder” run Friday and Saturday nights at 8 and matinees at 2 through October 7th at the Theatre at 300 Fifth Street in Eureka. 442-6278. NCRT.net.
 
Ineffable Live and the Mateel Community Center presents rapper E-40 in an all-ages show with Nef the Pharaoh and OMB Peezy as the support acts tomorrow night, doors open at 8, show starts at 9 at the Mateel Community Center, 59 Rusk Lane in Redway. Mateel.org. 
 
The Institute for Sustainable Forestry is holding a tour of the South Fork Eel River Saturday along with a discussion of community engagement and the local park governance model that has kept the Standish Hickey Recreation Area park thriving,. 244-4584. InstituteForSustainableForestry.com. 
 
The North Coast Growers Association announces a performance by the Paula Jones Band Saturday morning, the Arcata Famers’ Market opens at 9 and the music starts at 10 on the Arcata Plaza. NorthCoastGrowersAxxociation.org. 
 
HSU’s 20th annual Campus Dialogue on Race with the theme of “Existence is Resistance” is accepting proposals until the deadline of Thursday, September 27th to Dialogue.Humboldt.edu for presentations that relate to racial justice and its intersections with all forms of oppression. The event is scheduled for October 29th through November 2nd. 
 
The KHSU Community Advisory Board invites the public to its meeting next Wednesday night from 6:30 to 8 to obtain public input regarding any aspect of KHSU’s programming and operations, at HSU’s Native American Forum, located in the Behavioral & Social Sciences building room 162 in Arcata. 826-4807. KHSU.org.
The KHSU Community Advisory Board meeting has been canceled until further notice by order of President Lisa Rossbacher. 

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FRIDAY, September 21, 2018

The Humboldt Grange is holding its Pancake Breakfast tomorrow morning from 7:30 to 11:30 at 5845 Humboldt Hill Road. Volunteers can call 498-0801. 
 
The California Native Plant Society North Coast Chapter presents its fall Native Plant Sale tomorrow morning, from 9 to 10 is a pre-sale for CNPS members only, and from 10 to 3 for the public, at Freshwater Farms Reserve, 5851 Myrtle Avenue in Eureka. Bring your own box. NorthcoastCNPS.org or 826-0259.
 
The City of Arcata’s Environmental Services Department and the Humboldt Trails Council are welcoming volunteers to help assist in maintaining trails in the Arcata Community Forest tomorrow morning. Meet at 9 in the Community Forest parking lot  on Fickle Hill Road near the entrance of Trail Number 9 to walk or carpool to the south end of Trail Number 4. 822-8184. Eservices@CityOfArcata.org.
 
California Parks is holding its first annual volunteer appreciation and training day tomorrow morning from 10 to 1 to overview the volunteer program and discuss other State Park opportunities, at the Sumeg Village picnic shelter at Patrick’s Point State Park in Trinidad. 677-3109.
 
Southern Humboldt Community Park is having a Magnificent Vintage Carnival – Picnic in the Park tomorrow afternoon from 3 to 10 featuring live music by Love Bomb Go-Go and Elegant Mollusk Philharmonic, aerial artists, carnival games, and fun for everyone, at the Southern Humboldt Community Park in Garberville. Facebook.
 
The American Cancer Society is holding its “Ribbons of Hope” Banquet benefit tomorrow night from 5 to 10 featuring live and silent auctions, dinner, music, door prizes, guest speakers and surprises, and a no host bar, at the Lodge, 445 Herrick in Eureka. Facebook.
 
The Environmental Protection Information Center and Latino Outdoors welcome you on a bilingual Redwood Hike Sunday morning through Trillium Falls Trail in Redwood National Park. Meet at 10 at the EPIC office, Suite A, at 145 G Street in Arcata. Registration is encouraged on Facebook.
 
Eckankar of Eureka/Arcata welcomes you to come experience the Sound of Soul! Discover your inner guidance and chant HU Sunday afternoon from 3 to 4 at the Arcata Community Center, 321 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway in Arcata. TheSoundOfSoul.org.
 
Toyon, HSU’s Multilingual Literature and Art Journal is accepting submissions for its 65th issue of fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, visual art, critical analysis essays, and spoken word/multimedia on the topic of “Migration: Everything Moves” until the deadline of September 30th to ToyonLiteraryMagazine.org. 
 
The KHSU Community Advisory Board invites the public to its meeting next Wednesday night from 6:30 to 8 to obtain public input regarding any aspect of KHSU’s programming and operations, at HSU’s Native American Forum, located in the Behavioral & Social Sciences building room 162 in Arcata. 826-4807. KHSU.org.
The KHSU Community Advisory Board meeting has been canceled until further notice by order of President Lisa Rossbacher. 

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SATURDAY, September 22, 2018

The City of Arcata Recreation Division and the All Seasons Orchestra are seeking new musicians for the orchestra’s Fall 2018 season on Saturday mornings from 10 to Noon at the D Street Neighborhood Center at 1301 D Street in Arcata. 822-7091. CityOfArcata.org/Rec.
 
The American Cancer Society is holding its “Ribbons of Hope” Banquet benefit tonight from 5 to 10 featuring live and silent auctions, dinner, music, door prizes, guest speakers and surprises, and a no host bar, at the Lodge, 445 Herrick in Eureka. Facebook.
 
The Environmental Protection Information Center and Latino Outdoors welcome you on a bilingual Redwood Hike tomorrow morning through Trillium Falls Trail in Redwood National Park. Meet at 10 at the EPIC office, Suite A, at 145 G Street in Arcata. Registration is encouraged on Facebook.
 
The McKinleyville Low Vision Support Group invites the public to its meeting and discussion on the facts about loneliness and social isolation Monday morning from 11 to Noon at Azalea Hall, 1620 Pickett Road in McKinleyville. Doug 839-0588. dougRose@suddenlink.net
 
The HSU College of Extended Education and Global Engagement has a Fall six-week course seminar with Susan Abbott for visual artists, creative types, and unconventional people titled “The Artist’s Way: Busting through Blocks” Monday afternoon, September 24th from 3 to 6 for a free introductory meeting, and the first class on Monday afternoon October 1st at the Marsh Commons in Arcata. Register at Humboldt.edu/Extended.
 
The Decade of Difference Early Literacy Partners Program is holding a free training for individuals interested in becoming early literacy tutors for kids in pre-school through second grade Monday, September 24th at the Humboldt County Office of Education. Olivia 445-7007 or OKernen@HCOE.org.
 
Hospice of Humboldt is offering an 8-week Grief Support Group facilitated by Hospice Grief Counselors for Teens from ages 12 to 18 starting Tuesday afternoon, September 25th from 4 to 5:15 at the Hospice of Humboldt campus, 3327 Timber Fall Court in Eureka. Register with Candace at 267-9801. HospiceOfHumboldt.org.
 
The City of Arcata Recreation Division is accepting registration for its Arcata Break Camps Thanksgiving and Winter sessions 1 and 2 for youth in kindergarten through fifth grades, at the Arcata Community Center’s Teen Room at 321 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway. Early registration is recommended at 822-7091. CityOfArcata.org/Rec.
 
The Kunle Community’s Lending Library is accepting donations of Mental Health books and videos. Call 599-2381 for pick up.
 
The KHSU Community Advisory Board invites the public to its meeting next Wednesday night from 6:30 to 8 to obtain public input regarding any aspect of KHSU’s programming and operations, at HSU’s Native American Forum, located in the Behavioral & Social Sciences building room 162 in Arcata. 826-4807. KHSU.org.
The KHSU Community Advisory Board meeting has been canceled until further notice by order of President Lisa Rossbacher.