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KHSU Community Calendar for the week of October 13, 2014
College of the Redwoods Community Education and the Job Market are offering an Office Specialist training Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday mornings from 8:30 to 12:30 until December 9th starting this morning at CR Community Education, 525 D Street in Eureka. Redwoods.edu/Departments/Community-Ed.
The HSU Multicultural Center announces the continuation of Indigenous Peoples’ Week with: a celebration this morning from 11 to 2 on HSU’s Quad in Arcata; and a showing of UIHS’ Teen Advisory Group’s recent media projects on “How the Tobacco Industry Exploits the American Indian Culture” tomorrow afternoon at 5:30 in HSU’s Native Forum, HSU’s Behavioral and Social Sciences Building room 162 in Arcata.
The Eureka Symphony Chorus announces that Monday night rehearsals continue tonight at 7 at Grace Good Shepherd Church, 1450 Hiller Road in McKinleyville for local choristers to perform The First Nowell Suite with the Eureka Symphony in December. 822-7575. EurekaSymphony.org.
CalTrans announces that PG&E is installing a new pole at the junction of Route 101 and Route 255 beginning tomorrow morning and a full ramp closure will be in effect from 7 to 5. Motorists are advised to seek an alternate route.
Tri-County Independent Living announces that tomorrow is the deadline to RSVP for its gathering for local disability service providers entitled “Building Bridges” to be held Thursday, October 23rd. RSVP to Mary at 445-8404.
The Department of Health and Human Services is offering flu immunization shots every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings from 8:30 to 11, and every Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 1:15 to 4 by appointment only, at its Public Health Clinic at 529 I Street in Eureka. Appointments at 268-2108.
Discovery Museum is offering its Parenting Counts Classes tomorrow morning at 9:30. Free child care and playgroup afterwards.
Food for People is hosting its free farmer’s market style produce distribution for income eligible people and for them to learn about cooking tips and CalFresh, tomorrow morning from 10:30 to Noon at the Garberville Presbyterian Church at 427 Maple Lane, and tomorrow afternoon from 12:30 to 1:30 at Redway Baptist Church at 553 Redway Drive. People are urged to bring their own bags. 445-3166. FoodForPeople.org.
The North Group Sierra Club welcomes all to its business meeting this evening at 6:45 and to its discussion of local conservation issues from 7:45 to 8:45 at the Adorni Center Conference Room on the Eureka waterfront. 826-3740.
Access Humboldt is airing the Indigenous Living Biography series program on “Life and Crossing Over in Yurok Culture and Traditions” tonight at 8:30, Saturday morning, at 11:30, and Sunday afternoon at 2 on Channel 12.
HSU presents a performance of the sketch comedy troupe “1491s”, a collective of American Indian writers, filmmakers, visual and traditional arts, and advocates of language, culture and community tonight at 7 at HSU’s Kate Buchanan room in Arcata. 826-3369.
The Humboldt Folk Dancers invite you to a concert with an opportunity to dance to the live music of the renowned Bulgarian group Bulgarika tonight at 7:30 at the Arcata Playhouse, 1251 9th Street in Arcata; and to a workshop in Bulgarian singing and instrumental music with them tomorrow night at 7. Reservations for the workshops are at 496-6734. HumboldtFolkDancers.org.
Food for People is hosting its free farmer’s market style produce distribution for income eligible people and for them to learn about cooking tips and CalFresh, tomorrow morning from 11:30 to 1:30 at Fortuna Community Services at 2331 Rohnerville Road, and Thursday afternoon from Noon to 2 at The Food Bank at 307 West 14th Street in Eureka. People are urged to bring their own bags. 445-3166. FoodForPeople.org.
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 tomorrow. The sale is scheduled for November 1st. 444-9255 for a convenient drop-off site.
SCRAP Humboldt has its monthly Volunteer Training tomorrow evening at 6:30 for those interested in inspiring creative and environmentally sustainable behavior by providing programs and affordable materials to the community at 101 H Street in Arcata. SCRAPHumboldt.org/volunteer.
The Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District announces a temporary water shutoff to a portion of its system and asks residents and businesses in Arcata, Eureka, Samoa Peninsula, and Humboldt County Community Services District to conserve water tomorrow and Thursday.
HSU’s Goudi’ni Native American Art Gallery announces a mixed media art exhibition by Natalie Ball entitled “Solidifying the Past with the Present” which runs through Friday starting at Noon and Saturday morning from 10 to 2 on the ground floor of the HSU’s BSS Building, 17th and Union Streets in Arcata. 826-5253.
HSU’s Indigenous Peoples’ Week continues: this evening at 5:30 with a presentation by Hupa speaker Gordon Bussell entitled “Native Languages are Alive”; tomorrow evening at 6:30 with a “Redskins” name debate; and Indigenous Cultural Sharing Night Friday evening at 6, all in HSU’s Native Forum BSS Building room 162 in Arcata.
The Humboldt Folk Dancers invite you to a workshop in Bulgarian singing and instrumental music tonight at 7. Reservations for the workshops are at 496-6734. HumboldtFolkDancers.org.
Discovery Museum is offering its weekly Young Discoverers drop-off program to help preschool-aged children 3 to 5 years old transition to a semi-traditional school setting, starting tomorrow morning from 10:30 to Noon.
The 70 member strong ArMack Orchestra is hosting its annual silent film performance benefit to the Buster Keaton satire “Our Hospitality” tomorrow, Friday, and Saturday nights at 7, and Saturday afternoon at 2 at McKinleyville High School, and Saturday night, October 25th at 7, and Sunday afternoon, October 26th at 2 at the historic Eureka Theatre. 633-5551.
The Southern Humboldt Community Park invites everyone to its 5th annual Fall Splendor event entitled “A Night of Opulence in the Orient” of cocktails, food, a fashion show to the music of DJ Marjo Lak, an auction, and a dance party by Lou E. Bagles tomorrow night starting at 6:30 at the Mateel Community Center in Redway. 223-3849 for volunteers and reservations.
Adidam of the North Coast announces an introductory presentation on the life, teaching, and living spiritual presence of the Great Avataric Master Adi Da Samraj Friday night at 7 at the Hotel Arcata, 9th and G streets in Arcata. AdiDaUpClose.org.
Aligning Forces for Quality Humboldt announces its free 2 ½ hour six-week workshop on “Building Better Caregivers” starting tomorrow afternoon from 2 to 4:30 to November 21st. Register at 445-2806, ext. 4.
The City of Eureka Recreation Division is hosting a golf tournament on Saturday followed by a silent auction, music, and drinks at the Eureka Golf Course. Reservations at 268-1844.
The North Coast Repertory Theatre presents its Haunted Mill Tour fundraiser complete with demented blacksmiths and creepy monsters the last three weekends in October at the Blue Ox Millworks in Eureka. HauntedMillTour.com.
Ferndale Repertory Theatre presents performances of “The Addams Family, A New Musical” Friday and Saturday nights at 8 with Sunday matinees at 2 at the Ferndale Repertory Theatre in Ferndale. 786-5483.
The Roshni Center for Women announces Rabias’s 60th Birthday Cake Sale benefit to support projects in rural Pakistan Saturday morning from 7 to 4 in front of the Arcata Co-op on I Street in Arcata. RoshniCentre.org.
The Redwood Audubon Society invites you to join Rob Fowler Saturday morning for his eBird site survey at Shay Park in Arcata. Meet at 8 in the parking lot at the east end of Foster Avenue. 616-9481. MigratoriusFWLR@gmail.com.
The Redwood Region Audubon Society is sponsoring a free public birding field trip at the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary Saturday morning, rain or shine. Meet leader Gary Friedrichsen at 8:30 in the parking lot at the end of South I Street, Klopp Lake in Arcata.
The Arcata House Partnership is having a Drive By Drop Off event for donations of winter clothing, old hotel toiletries, blankets, and more Saturday morning from 10 to 2 at the Annex at 501 9th Street in Arcata.
Humboldt Senior Resource Center welcomes everyone, their family and friends to its free Redwood Coast PACE Grand Opening ceremony of speakers, tours, and refreshments, and Health Services Open House Saturday morning from 11 to 2 at 1901 California Street in Eureka. 443-9747.
Access Humboldt is presenting: its Community Media Center Orientation Saturday morning at 10 for you to find out about its history, mission, operation, procedures, and how to get involved; and its Basic Field Certification Saturday afternoon at 1 to learn the proper use and handling of video gear,. Reservations at 476-1798. AccessHumboldt.net.
Humboldt Botanical Garden Foundation and Master Food Preserver Jennifer Bell invite you to a class on “Sauerkraut 101” of demonstrations and tastings of how to make your own sauerkraut tomorrow morning at 11. 442-5139. HBGF.org.
Friends of the Arcata Marsh is sponsoring a free tour of the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary tomorrow afternoon. Meet leader Elliott Dabill at 2 at the Interpretive Center on South G Street in Arcata. 826-2359.
The Humboldt Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is holding its non-scary Halloween Festival of stories, gifts, light, and a visit to the King and Queen of Halloween Saturday night from 5 to 8 at 24 Fellowship Way off Jacoby Creek Road in Bayside. 499-1131.
SCRAP Humboldt presents the second annual education fundraiser “Rebel Craft Rumble” which will pit artists against each other in creative re-use inspired crafty battles, plus music by Merrick, a photo booth, libations, and snacks tomorrow night at 8 at the Arcata Playhouse. 822-2452. SCRAPHumboldt.org.
Redwood Community Action Agency and the City of Eureka’s Explore Eureka Program are presenting a free family fun day of kayaking, roller skating, plein-air painting, bird watching, and naturalist led activities, tomorrow afternoon from Noon to 4 in South Eureka’s Elk River Wildlife Sanctuary. Meet at the Foot of Hilfiker Lane and 101 in South Eureka, turn at Hilfiker Pipe Company between Bayshore Mall and Piersons. RCAA.org.
Redwood Region Audubon Society invites all ages and experience levels on a bird walk Sunday morning at the Southern Humboldt Community Park in Garberville. Meet leader Gary Lester at 9 parking by the kiosk near the farmhouse in the main entrance. No dogs and steady rain cancels. 444-8001.
Redwood Region Audubon Society is offering a field trip to the Eureka Waterfront Sunday morning. Meet leader Ralph Bucher at 9 at the foot of Del Norte Street, and then carpool to the Hikshari’ trailhead at Truesdale Street to bird along the trail. 499-1247.
Dell’Arte announces its free lantern making workshop Sunday afternoon from Noon to 4 at Mad River Grange to prepare for the “Elemental: A Community Spectacle” travelling pageant on Friday, October 24th as part of Blue Lake Harvest Days.
The Humboldt County UC Cooperative Extension’s Master Preservers and the CalFresh program are offering a series of workshops on food preservation, continuing Monday afternoon from 3 to 6 at the Mateel Community Center kitchen in Redway. Ann 223-3063.
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. HAFoundaton.org.
The American Red Cross Humboldt – Del Norte Chapter is seeking nominations until the deadline of 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 Eureka Recreation Department announces that the deadline is November 7th for people to apply for its Hoopsters Youth Basketball Volunteer Coach position. Applications at EurekaParksAndRecreation.com. 441-4245.
SCRAP Humboldt is now accepting vendor applications until the deadline of November 10th for its Holiday Craft Bonanza to be held December 12th and 13th. SCRAPHumboldt.org/programs.
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.
Cascadia Center for Leadership is now accepting registration until the deadline of November 14th for its 10-day Leadership Development Program. CascadiaLeadership.org.
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 to be 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, which will be 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.