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KHSU Community Calendar for the week of July 21, 2014

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MONDAY, July 21, 2014

Camp SCRAP Humboldt has summer morning sessions of environmental art camps for young people continuing today from 9 to 11 for 14 year olds, and Monday, July 28th for ages 7 to 9.  Registration forms at 101 H Street in Arcata or SCRAPHumbldt.org/programs.

Discovery Museum is offering its four-week ”Count Down to Kindergarten” drop-off program of interactive learning activities for children entering Kindergarten, with Program Specialist Ericka Apple Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 10:30 to Noon starting tomorrow and continuing until August 14th. 443-9694.

CalTrans has granted an encroachment permit to the California State Parks to provide traffic control for the Yurok Tribe’s “Jump Dance” on Route 101 from Meadow Ranch Road to Old Stage Road tomorrow morning from 11 to 1. Brief intermittent closures will be in effect to allow for pedestrian crossing and motorists may experience minor slowdowns.

Humboldt County DHHS is holding the first two regional community meetings for the Mental Health Services Act tomorrow afternoon from Noon to 1:30 at the Community Health Center in Willow Creek, and Wednesday afternoon from Noon to 2 at the Jefferson Community Center and Park. RSVP at 268-2932.

SCRAP Humboldt and the Northcoast Environmental Center’s Coastal Programs invites everyone to come to its Re-Debris marine educational sculpture workshops tomorrow night, and Tuesday nights July 29th; and August 5th from 7 to 8:30 at SCRAP Humboldt’s ReWorkshop, 101 H Street in Arcata. SCRAPHumboldt.org.

Dell’Arte’s Mad River Festival continues with: performances of the world premiere of “Elizabeth’s Book”, directed by Alain Shons, Wednesday through Sunday nights at 8 in Dell’Arte’s Carlo Theatre; and a performance of “Peter and the Wolf” and an instrument “Petting Zoo” by the Eureka Symphony Saturday morning at 10:30 at the Rooney Amphitheatre in Blue Lake.

The Creamery District announces that its free outdoor family-friendly Art Market of over a dozen arts and crafts vendors plus a performance by the band Fire Sign will be held Saturday morning from 9 to 1 at the Creamery Building, 1251 Ninth Street in Arcata. Vendors are still being accepted. CreameryDistrict.org/art-market.

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TUESDAY, July 22, 2014

Humboldt County DHHS is holding the first two regional community meetings for the Mental Health Services Act this afternoon from Noon to 1:30 at the Community Health Center in Willow Creek, and tomorrow afternoon from Noon to 2 at the Jefferson Community Center and Park. RSVP at 268-2932.

Jefferson Community Park invites community members to bring your ideas and kids for the planning of the park’s next phase tomorrow night from 6 to 8 at 1000 B Street in Eureka. There will be a free dinner.

The Eureka Presbyterian Church presents a performance of The Ugandan Kids Choir singing traditional African songs, playing authentic instruments, and dancing in colorful attire tomorrow night at 6:30; and the Arcata Presbyterian Church will presents them Sunday night at 6:30 at 11th and G Streets. 822-1321.  ChildCareWorldwide.org.

SCRAP Humboldt nonprofit creative reuse center, invites creative people to its volunteer training session tomorrow evening at 6:30 at 101 H Street in Arcata. SCRAPHumboldt.org.

The North Coast Repertory Theatre presents its production of the melodrama “The Poor of New York” opening Thursday night at 8 in a benefit performance for the cast and crew, and running weekend nights until August 16th. There will be Sunday afternoon matinees at 2 on August 3rd and 10th at the Theatre, 300n Fifth Street in Eureka. 442-NCRT.  NCRT.net.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the North Coast is now accepting ticket purchases for its benefit performance of “Poor of New York” to be held Friday, July 25th at North Coast Repertory Theatre in Eureka. 445-4871. NCBBS.org.

The Eureka Recreation Department announces that registration is now free for its 4th annual Redwood Coast Grand Slam coed softball tournament to be held Saturday. Steve 441-4245.

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.

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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WEDNESDAY, July 23, 2014

Ferndale Repertory Theatre presents performances of “The Wedding Singer – The Musical” a musical comedy Friday and Saturday nights at 8 and Sunday afternoon matinees at 2 at 447 Main Street in Ferndale. 786-5483. FerndaleRep.org.

Redwood Region Audubon Society invites you on a free public birding field trip at the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary Saturday morning, rain or shine. Bring your binoculars and meet leader Rob Fowler at 8:30 in the parking lot at the end of South I Street, Klopp Lake in Arcata.

Friends of the Dunes welcomes all to come help restore the Manila Dunes by removing invasive plants Saturday morning. Meet at 9:30 at the Manila Community Center, 1611 Peninsula Drive in Manila. FriendsOfTheDunes.org.

Center Activities welcomes youth ages 6 to 13 years old on a one-day rock climb camp Saturday. Drop off and pick up at Moonstone Beach. Humboldt.edu/centeractivities.

The Eureka Recreation Division’s “Get Out And Play Day” has all-day outdoor adventure events planned for the whole family on Saturday all around city including Zumba In The Park, Youth Skateboard Competition, Redwood Coast Grand Slam Tournament, free outdoor concert at Sequoia Park, free entry for kids to the Zoo and the Madaket, and Skating at the Muni, ending with a party at the Adorni in the evening. 441-4248.

North Star Quest Camp for Girls announces North Star Quest 2014 for girls going into 6th through 8th grades, Sunday, July 27th to the 31st. 633-4522. NorthStarQuest.org.  

The Employment Development Department’s “Camos 2 Khakis” 8-week intensive service program of job search skills and networking for veterans only, will begin Friday, August 1st. Randy 441-5705.

Origin Labs announces that it is now accepting volunteers, and applications for craft booths, and music and performers demos for its 4th Annual Humboldt Makers Street benefit to be held Saturday August 2nd Noon to 9 at night on 2nd Street in Old Town Eureka. 497-6237.

The Humboldt Library Foundation is now accepting donations for its “Buy a Book” 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.

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THURSDAY, July 24, 2014

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the North Coast is now accepting ticket purchases for its benefit performance of “Poor of New York” to be held tomorrow night at 8 at North Coast Repertory Theatre in Eureka. 445-4871.  NCBBS.org.

The Creamery District announces that its free outdoor family-friendly Art Market of over a dozen arts and crafts vendors plus a performance by the band Fire Sign, will be held Saturday morning from 9 to 1 at the Creamery Building, 1251 Ninth Street in Arcata. Vendors are still being accepted. CreameryDistrict.org/art-market.

Humboldt Baykeeper is offering free bilingual natural history tours of Humboldt Bay on Saturdays this summer, in Spanish and English aboard the Humboldt Bay Harbor District’s patrol boat. 786-3754.  HumboldtBaykeeper.org.

Friends of the Arcata Marsh is sponsoring a free 90-minute ecology tour of the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary Saturday afternoon. Meet leader Sharon Levy at 2 at the Interpretive Center on South G Street in Arcata. Loaner binoculars will be available. 826-2359.

The Bayside Grange invites everyone to bring the family to its “Breakfast in Bayside” event of a gourmet breakfast and live music by the Humboldt Ukulele Group Sunday morning from 8 to Noon at the Grange, 2297 Jacoby Creek Road in Bayside. 822-9998. BasysideGrange.org.

Friends of Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge welcomes everyone to its 4th annual Grandparents and Grandkids Day “All about Frogs and Pond Life” Sunday afternoon from 1 to 4 where Herpetologist Ellin Beltz will share her knowledge and insight at the Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center, 1020 Ranch Road in Loleta. A Shuttle ride will be available from the parking lot to the WildWing Wetland. 733-5406. FWS.gov/refuge/Humboldt_Bay.

Friends of the Dunes invites everyone on a naturalist guided tour of the Ma-le’l Dunes Unit of the Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge Sunday afternoon from 2 to 4. Meet at the Ma-le’l north parking lot off Young Lane from Samoa Boulevard.  Reservations  at 444-1397.

Christ Episcopal Church is featuring a free keyboard duet concert by organists Douglas Moorehead and Merry Phillips of pieces from the 18th and 19th centuries, a jazz composition, and “Stars and Stripes Forever” Sunday afternoon at 4 at the Church.

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FRIDAY, July 25, 2014

The Arcata Presbyterian Church presents a performance of The Ugandan Kids Choir singing traditional African songs, playing authentic instruments, and dancing in colorful attire Sunday night at 6:30 at 11th and G Streets. 822-1321.  ChildCareWorldwide.org.

Camp SCRAP Humboldt has summer morning sessions of environmental art camps for young people continuing Monday from 9 to 11 for ages 7 to 9.  Registration forms at 101 H Street in Arcata or SCRAPHumbldt.org/programs.

Friends of the Dunes announces that the Dune Detectives Camp for ages 5 to 8 will take place from Monday to August 1st, at the Humboldt Coastal Nature Center. 444-1397 or stop by the Humboldt Coastal Nature Center, 220 Stamps Lane in Manila.

The McKinleyville Low Vision Support Group “The Bumpers” invites people with or without low vision to its meeting and discussion of exercise options Monday morning from 10 to 11 at Azalea Hall, 1620 Pickett Road in McKinleyville. 839-0588.

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

SCRAP Humboldt and the Northcoast Environmental Center’s Coastal Programs invites everyone to come to its Re-Debris marine educational sculpture workshops Tuesday night, and Tuesday night August 5th from 7 to 8:30 at SCRAP Humboldt’s ReWorkshop, 101 H Street in Arcata. SCRAPHumboldt.org.

The North Coast Small Business Development Center and Constant Contract will present a free workshop about using electronic newsletters and other social media for business owners and non-profit representatives Wednesday afternoon, July 30th from 1 to 4 at the Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, 921 Washington Drive in Eureka. Pre-registration is required at NorthCoastSBDC.org. 445-9720.

The Employment Development Department’s “Camo’s 2 Khakis” 8-week intensive service program of job search skills and networking for veterans only, will begin Friday, August 1st. Randy 441-5705.

Origin Labs announces that it is now accepting applications for craft booths, and music and performers demos for its 4th Annual Humboldt Makers Street Fair to be held Saturday August 2nd Noon to 9 at night on 2nd Street in Old Town Eureka.

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SATURDAY, July 26, 2014

The McKinleyville Low Vision Support Group “The Bumpers” invites people with or without low vision to its meeting and discussion of exercise options Monday morning from 10 to 11 at Azalea Hall, 1620 Pickett Road in McKinleyville. 839-0588.

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

The North Coast Small Business Development Center and Constant Contract will present a free workshop about using electronic newsletters and other social media for business owners and non-profit representatives Wednesday afternoon, July 30th from 1 to 4 at the Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, 921 Washington Drive in Eureka. Pre-registration is required at NorthCoastSBDC.org. 445-9720.

The KHSU Community Advisory Group invites the public to its meeting to obtain public input regarding any aspect of KHSU’s programming and operations, Wednesday night, July 30th from 6:30 to 8 at HSU’s SBS Building room 405 in Arcata. 826-4907.

The Employment Development Department’s “Camo’s 2 Khakis” 8-week intensive service program of job search skills and networking for veterans only, will begin Friday, August 1st. Randy 441-5705.

Strongbridge Montessori School is now enrolling children ages 3 to 6 years old for a 3-week summer camp, to be held from 9 to 3, 5 days a week beginning Monday, August 4th. 845-5173. StrongbridgeMontessori.org.

Friends of the Redwood Libraries announces its “Children’s Art 2015 Calendar” art contest until August 15th, open to children ages 5 to 12 based on a favorite book or characters. Felt tip pens on 81/2 by 11 unlined paper are recommended and a maximum of three entries.

California Conservation Corps Watershed Stewards Program is now accepting Team Leader applications from ages 21 to 29 for one year of service, for 2 positions in Fortuna, and 2 positions in San Luis Obispo starting September 12th. 725-8601. CCC.ca.gov/go/wsp.

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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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