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KHSU Community Calendar for the week of October 27, 2014
CalTrans announces that: bridge work begins this morning on Route 96 at the Klamath River and one-way traffic control will be in effect mornings from 6 to 6 weekdays; and geological surveys will continue on Route 101 .7 miles south of Schoolhouse Road and so traffic will be restricted to one lane in each direction mornings from 8:30 to 5 weekdays.
HSU’s Reese Bullen Gallery presents an exhibition entitled “Book of Lies” a collaborative project by Eugenia P. Butler and 75 artists Monday through Friday afternoons starting at Noon, and Saturday mornings from 10 to 2 until November 20th in the HSU Art Department Building at the corner of B and Laurel Streets in Arcata. 826-5818. Humboldt.edu/parking.
The McKinleyville Low Vision Support Group, “The Bumpers” invites people with or without low vision to its meeting on learning how to see through sound and echoes, this morning from 10 to 11 at Azalea Hall, 1620 Pickett Road in McKinleyville. 839-0588. DougRose@SuddenLink.net.
Discovery Museum invites parents to bring your children up to 5 years old to its free Playgroup tomorrow morning from 10 to 11:30.
Friends of the Arcata Marsh is sponsoring a free “Slower Speed Marsh Tour” across even level ground for persons with limited mobility tomorrow afternoon at 2. The meeting place has been relocated to the first parking lot on South I Street in from Samoa Boulevard in Arcata. 822-3475.
Del Norte County Breastfeeding Coalition invites you to get breastfeeding support with other moms every Wednesday morning from 10 to 11 and every Thursday afternoon from 4 to 5 at the Family Resource Center, 494 Pacific Avenue in Crescent City. Babies are welcome.464-8820. DelNorteKids.org.
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 from 6:30 to 8:30 in HSU’s SBS Building room 405 in Arcata. 826-4907.
Inside Sports is now accepting registrations for its full-length winter session of Futsai until the deadline of Thursday. Games start the week of December 1st. 499-7120. InsideSports.ws.
The City of Eureka Parks and Recreation announces its 3 on 3 Jamboree Tournament in 3 different divisions, to be held Saturday at the Adorni Center. Register 441-4245.
The KHSU Community Advisory Group invites the public to its meeting to obtain public input regarding any aspect of KHSU’s programming and operations tomorrow night from 6:30 to 8:00 in HSU’s SBS Building room 405 in Arcata. 826-4807.
The Humboldt Bay Mycological Society welcomes the community to a free presentation by renowned fungal photographer Taylor Lockwood in a talk entitled “Spirits of the Forest” depicting his worldwide search for bioluminescent mushrooms tomorrow night at 7 at the Unitarian Fellowship Church, 3471 Jacoby Creek Road in Bayside. Bring your mushrooms.
HSU Department of Mathematic’s Kieval Lecture is hosting University of Chicago’s Dr. Benson Farb talking on “Through the Looking Glass: Symmetry, the Fourth Dimension, and Beyond” tomorrow night at 7:30 in HSU’s Science B Building room 135 in Arcata. Humboldt.edu.
Humboldt County Domestic Violence Coordinating Council, Humboldt County Department of Health and Humans Services Family Violence Program, and the Child Abuse Prevention and Coordinating Council are screening a free webinar entitled “Children Grow in the Context of Their Relationships: Stress, Resilience, and Principles of Child Development” Thursday afternoon from Noon to 2 at the Community Wellness Center on 7th Street in Eureka. 441-5568.
The Humboldt Branch of the American Association of University Women welcomes interested community members to a program by HSU President Dr. Lisa Rossbacher talking on what brought her to HSU and her vision for the University and the community Saturday morning - registration at 9:30, talk at 10, followed by brunch at 10:45. Reservations are required at 445-2924 by Thursday.
Zero Waste Humboldt announces that the deadline is Sunday to RSVP for its Festival Organizers Workshop for Boards and Staff that will be held on Wednesday, November 5th at the Humboldt Area Foundation, 363 Indianola Road in Bayside. RSVP to contact@ZeroWasteHumboldt.org
Humboldt Area Foundation announces that the deadline is Monday afternoon, November 3rd at 5 to apply for its online Field of Interest Grants, in six categories: Arts and Culture; Education; Companion Animal Welfare; Natural Environment; Senior Citizen Opportunities; and Southern Humboldt. Cassandra 442-2993. HAFoundation.org.
The KHSU Community Advisory Group invites the public to its meeting to obtain public input regarding any aspect of KHSU’s programming and operations tonight from 6:30 to 8:00 at HSU’s SBS Building room 405 in Arcata. 826-4807.
The Humboldt Senior Resource Center announces that the senior dining centers will be celebrating Halloween with costumes and pumpkin decorating contests Friday morning. 443-9747, ext. 1228. HumSenior.org.
Arcata Main Street announces that Arcata Plaza streets will closed to vehicles for “Trick or Treating” plus giant puppets, a live DJ, Humboldt Circus performers, photos with Fairy Princess Shoshanna, a costume contest, and much more Friday afternoon from 4 to 6 on the Arcata Plaza. ArcataMainStreet.com.
Friends of the Arcata Marsh invites you to a special Halloween, and a Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary aerial photo exhibit closing reception by photographer Ellen Land-Weber, Friday afternoon from 4 to 6 at the Arcata Marsh Interpretive Center on South G Street in Arcata. 826-2359.
Dream Quest and the Willow Creek VFW present the scariest haunted house ever at “Hotel Nightmare” Friday and Saturday nights from 6 to 9 adjacent to Dream Quest in Farmer Brown’s previous location in Willow Creek. Children are not encouraged to attend. DreamQuestWillowCreek.org.
The City of Eureka Recreation Division and the HSU Recreation Administration Department invite children 12 years and younger only to its annual Halloween Carnival, a fun and safe alternative with a variety of game booths and prizes, Friday evening from 5:30 to 7:30 at the Municipal Auditorium, 1120 F Street in Eureka. 268-1844.
The North Coast Repertory Theatre presents its “Haunted Mill Tour” fundraiser complete with demented blacksmiths and creepy monsters this weekend at the Blue Ox Millworks in Eureka. HauntedMillTour.com.
The Eureka Recreation Department announces that the deadline is Friday, November 7th for people to apply for its Hoopsters Youth Basketball Volunteer Coach position. Applications at EurekaParksAndRecreation.com. 441-4245.
Northstar Quest Camp and Captcha Records are holding a Swap It! Record Fair on Saturday, December 13th at the D Street Community Center in Arcata, and event and table reservation information can be found on its Facebook event page. NorthStarQuest.org.
The Humboldt Homebrewers and Humboldt Beer Works are hosting a free American Homebrewers Association “Learn How to Homebrew” Day event Saturday morning from 9 to 5 starting with a beginner’s homebrewing class at 9 and an advanced class at 12:30 at Humboldt Beer Works, 110 3rd Street #D in Eureka. 442-MALT. HumboldtHomebrewers.org.
Morris Graves Museum of Art’ Kids Club, a monthly workshop for families and children ages 2 to 6, is offering PBS Kids programming, story time, tours of current art exhibitions, and art activities Saturday afternoon, and every first Saturday from Noon to 2 in the Youth Classroom at the Morris Graves Museum of Art at 636 F Street in Eureka. HumboldtArts.org.
HSU’s First Street Gallery invites the public to a free gallery talk and tour by artists Cynthia Hooper and Mary Mallahan of their multimedia exhibition “A Negotiable Utopia: The Humboldt Bay Project” featuring 6 observational documentary videos Saturday afternoon at 3 at HSU”s First Street Gallery at 422 First Street in Eureka. The exhibition runs through Sunday. 443-6363. Humboldt.edu/first.
Eureka Books and Book Legger announce that local historian Jerry Rohde will give a free lecture based on his new book entitled “Both Sides of the Bluff: A History of Humboldt County” Saturday afternoon at 5 at the Eureka Theater, 612 F Street in Eureka. 444-9593.
Discovery Museum is having its First Saturday “Kids Alive” drop off program of activities, crafts, circle time, and free play for children ages 3 to 11 Saturday night from 5:30 to 8.
Morris Graves Museum of Art presents a live performance of Mad River Rose 6-piece all female band Saturday night from 6 to 9 during Arts Alive! at the Museum of Art at 636 F Street in Eureka. HumboldtArts.org.
The American Red Cross Humboldt – Del Norte Chapter is seeking nominations until the deadline of Tuesday, November 5th for the Humboldt – Del Norte Heroes recognition award for someone has recently done something heroic, courageous, or selfless. RedCross.org/CA/Eureka.
The Ink People Center for the Arts welcomes everyone’s participation in an open community altar space to celebrate “Dia de los Muertos” featuring Miccailhuitontli, and Mexica dancers leading a parade along 2nd Street to the Brenda Tuxford Gallery, Saturday night from 6 to 9 in Old Town Eureka.
The Humboldt Folklife Society invites everyone to come celebrate the changing season with a barn dance to the live music of the Striped Pig Stringband with caller extraordinaire Charmaine Slaven tomorrow night from 7:30 to 11 at the Arcata Vets Hall in Arcata. All dances will be taught with no partner or experience needed. HumboldtFolklife.org.
The HSU Music Department announces that the Humboldt Symphony string section, conducted by Paul Cummings, presents works by Grieg, Corelli, and others after hosting the Eureka High School String Orchestra in a shared concert tomorrow night at 8 in HSU’s Fulkerson Recital Hall in Arcata. 826-3928. HSUMusic.blogspot.com.
The Arcata Zen Group and resident teacher Soto Zen Priest Eugene Bush will offer a free Dharma Talk for the public Sunday morning at 9:30 at the Trillium Dance Studio, 855 8th Street in Arcata. Meditation starts at 8. 826-1701. ArcataZenGroup.org.
Westhaven Center for the Arts announces an exhibition entitled “Fiber by Five” featuring the fiber and fabric work of five innovative artists, with an opening reception Sunday afternoon from 1 to 4 at the Center, 501 South Westhaven Drive in Trinidad.
Morris Graves Museum of Art invites everyone to its Art Talk by Linda Wise, artist, scientist, and manager for Recology Humboldt County, Sunday afternoon at 2 during the 20th annual Junque Arte exhibition. HumboldtArts.org.
The Northern California Association of Nonprofits invites the public to November’s Board Leadership Roundtable for board members and those who work with them, Monday afternoon from Noon to 1:30 at Humboldt Area Foundation, 363 Indianola Road in Bayside. 442-2993. NorthernCaliforniaNonprofits.org.
Radical Mycology announces: a mycoremediation installation Monday afternoon from 2:30 to 4:30; and a workshop on the uses of fungi from 5 to 7 at the Sanctuary at 1301 J Street in Arcata. There will also be an all-ages mushroom performance-lecture incorporating music and spoken word Monday night at 9 at the Siren’s Song Tavern at 325 Second Street in Eureka. RadicalMycology.com/tour.
Humboldt Area Foundation announces that the deadline is Monday afternoon at 5 to apply for its online Field of Interest Grants, in six categories: Arts and Culture; Education; Companion Animal Welfare; Natural Environment; Senior Citizen Opportunities; and Southern Humboldt. Cassandra 442-2993. HAFoundation.org.
The American Red Cross Humboldt – Del Norte Chapter is seeking nominations until the deadline of Tuesday for the Humboldt – Del Norte Heroes recognition award for someone has recently done something heroic, courageous, or selfless. RedCross.org/CA/Eureka.
SCRAP Humboldt is accepting vendor applications until the deadline of November 10th for its Holiday Craft Bonanza, to be held December 12th and 13th. SCRAPHumboldt.org/programs.
Cascadia Center for Leadership is accepting registration until the deadline of November 14th for its 10-day Leadership Development Program. CascadiaLeadership.org.
The Mateel Community Center is presenting the 24th annual Humboldt Hempfest coming up November 14th, 15th, and 16th at the Mateel Hall in Redway. 923-3368. Mateel.org.
Area 1 Agency on Aging announces a free Medicare Part D Drop-in Clinic where a HICAP counselor will help you figure out which Part D plan will best meet your needs for 2015, November 15th and December 6th at Area 1 Agency on Aging, 434 7th Street in Eureka. 444-3000.
The Curry County Cultural Coalition announces that competition for its 2015 Oregon Cultural Trust funds is now open until the deadline of November 15th to nonprofit affiliates that promote, preserve, and enhance the arts, heritage, and humanities resources found in Curry County. CurryCCC.org.
The Roshi Centre for Women announces that raffle tickets are available for its quilt fundraiser until the Sunday Brunch held on November 16th at the Humboldt Area Foundation. RoshniCenter.org.
The City of Eureka Recreation Division has local artisan handmade gift vendor openings for its upcoming 38th annual Holiday Craft Bazaar happening Saturday December 6th at the Adorni Center in Eureka. 441-4374. EurekaParksAndRecreation.com.
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.