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KHSU Community Calendar for the week of May 2, 2016

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MONDAY, May 2, 2016

CalTrans announces that the Smith River Rancheria is performing sign installation starting today on Route 101 from Mouth Smith River Road to the entrance of the Panoramik Trailer Park in Del Norte County and one-way traffic control is in effect except in the morning from 5 to 8.

The Northern California Association Nonprofits is offering its Board Leadership Roundtable with facilitator Byrd Lochtie this afternoon from Noon to 1:30 at the Humboldt Area Foundation Community Center, 363 Indianola Road in Bayside. 442-2993. NorthernCaliforniaNonprofits.org.

The Northern Humboldt Indian Education Program is holding a Title VII Indian Education Program parent committee meeting and public hearing this afternoon at 5:30 in room 505 at McKinleyville High School. Karen 839-6469.

The Rural Breast Cancer Survival Study invites you to join the conversation about breast cancer in Humboldt County and learn the results of a Rural Breast Cancer Survival Study with staff from Breast & Gyn Health Project available for questions and resources, at public forums this evening from 6 to 7:30 at the Redwood Playhouse in Garberville, and Wednesday evening from 6 to 7:30 at Rohner Park Recreation Hall in Fortuna. RSVP at 825-8345, ext. 125. RBCSS.org.

The Bike Month Humboldt Coalition is partnering with local bike shops to offer free bicycle clinics in May starting this evening at 6:30 at Adventure's Edge, 125 W. 5th Street in Eureka. HumBike.org.

Humboldt Light Opera Company presents a six week piano master class for all levels with international pianist and teacher Daniela Mineva starting this evening at 6:30 at HLOC's new educational center The SPACE in Sunny Brae Arcata. HLOC.org.

The Humboldt Senior Resource Center is sponsoring the: Arcata Caregiver Support Group tomorrow morning from 10 to 11 at the Mad River Community Hospital Minkler Education Room in Arcata; the Eureka Care Support Group Wednesday afternoon from 1 to 2 at the Adult Day Health and Alzheimer’s Services in Eureka; and the Fortuna Caregiver Support Group Thursday afternoon from Noon to 1 at the United Methodist Church Fireplace Room. 444-8254, ext. 3203.

The Humboldt Permaculture Guild invites everyone and their grandmother to bring their ideas to a planning session for its summer series of workshops, tomorrow evening at 5:30 at HSU’s CCAT in Arcata. Facebook.com/HumboldtPermacultureGuild.

The Redwood Region Audubon Society and the Northcoast Environmental Center are holding the 2nd annual Tim McKay Bird-a-thon on any day anywhere in the world until Sunday.822-6918. YourNEC.org.

The College of the Redwoods art faculty and gallery announce the 2016 Juried Student Art Exhibition featuring student works displayed Monday through Friday at Noon in the Art Gallery on the Eureka main campus. 476-4559.

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TUESDAY, May 3, 2016

May Mental Health Matters Month starts up this morning at 9 with a proclamation of Children’s Mental Health Awareness in the Humboldt County Board of Supervisors Chambers, and with a Mental Health Resource Table from 11 to 1 at St. Joseph Hospital and also tomorrow morning from 11 to 1 at Redwood Memorial Hospital in Fortuna. 441-3783.

The Humboldt Permaculture Guild invites everyone to bring their ideas to a planning session for its summer series of workshops, this evening at 5:30 at HSU’s CCAT in Arcata. Facebook.com/HumboldtPermacultureGuild.

Eckankar of Eureka: Ancient Wisdom for Today is holding a free community chanting of the Sacred Sound of HU! to open your heart to Divine Spirit tonight from 7 to 7:45 at Jefferson Community Center in Eureka. 444-2536. ECK-Ca.org.

The College of the Redwoods Clay Club’s Spring Ceramics Sale is presenting functional works, sculptural objects, planters, raku wares, and campus wood-fired kiln pottery tomorrow and Thursday mornings from 8 to 5 in the lobby of the Student Services Administration Building on CR’s Eureka main campus.

The Arcata Chamber of Commerce presents the second of four Thursday workshops that address the efficiency, access, effectiveness, and the branding of your business’s online presence continuing with “Crafting an Online Brand that Does the Work for You” Thursday morning from 8:30 to 9:30. Register at 822-3619 or Arcata@ArcataChamber.com.

Humboldt Lemonade Day registration is open for youth to attend one of more workshops on Thursdays through May 19th, in a series titled “Learning with Lemonade, Sweet Lessons about Starting Your Business” and receive a free Lemonade Day backpack and workbook designed to help build a great stand and business. Register at Humboldt.LemonadeDay.org.

College of the Redwoods is presenting the “CR Digital Media Showcase III” of examples of cartoon animation, web design, Photoshop, video production, and demo student-created video games on the big screen Thursday evening starting with a reception at 6 at Access Humboldt Media Center and at 7 for the Student Work Screening at Eureka High School Lecture Hall. 476-1798. AccessHumboldt.net.

The Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge is open all day Friday morning from 8 to 8 and is having a collaborative nature photography presentation by David Thompson and Sue Padgett at 7 at the Visitor Center at 1020 Ranch Road in Loleta. 733-5406. FWS.gov/Refuge/Humboldt_Bay.

The Friends of the Arcata Library are having a giant pre-read book sale benefit for the Library in a wide variety of topics including fiction, mystery, biographies, history, religion, self-help, and a bunch more all day Saturday from 10 to 4 at the Arcata Library behind City Hall. 822-5954.

Humboldt IPA’s “Our Pathways to Health” program is now accepting registration for its free six week health workshops starting up this month to help individuals living with chronic pain manage their symptoms. Register at 267-9606 or EventBrite.com.

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WEDNESDAY, May 4, 2016

Our North Coast is giving birth to a society in which everyone belongs with free talks by Hass Institute writer, civil rights and civil liberties expert John Powell with Spanish interpretation: tomorrow afternoon at 1 in HSU’s Goodwin Forum; tomorrow evening at 6 In the Humboldt County Office of Education’s Sequoia Conference Center, 90 Myrtle Avenue in Eureka;, and Friday morning at 10:30 at the Elk Valley Rancheria, 2332 Howland Hill Road in Crescent City. OurNorthCoast.org.

The HSU Music Department announces: a performance by the HSU Calypso Band with guest steel pan player Andy Narell tomorrow night at 8; a Humboldt Symphony and ArMack Orchestra combined concert Friday night at 8 and again Sunday afternoon at 2; a big band jazz concert plus student originals by the HSU Jazz Orchestra Saturday night at 8; and the Humboldt Chorale singing John Rutter’s “Gloria” along with the University Singers Sunday night at 8, all in HSU’s Fulkerson Recital Hall in Arcata. 9826-3928. HSUMusic.blogspot.com.

May Mental Health Matters Month continues Friday morning with an Art For Life show and friends from 10 to 3 in the Rainbow Room at 720 Wood Street, a Mental Health Walk sign-making party Friday afternoon from Noon to 5 at the Community Wellness Center, 907 7th Street both in Eureka, and the “Directing Change” film and poster contest red carpet event Saturday night from 6 to 8 at the Eureka Theatre. 441-3783.

The HSU Range and Soils Club, and other organizations are holding a Backcountry Equine Workshop presented by Uri Driscoll Friday.

The Willow Creek – China Flat Museum is holding its Spring opening and wildflower show Friday through Sunday mornings from 10 to 4 with a potluck Saturday at Noon, and featuring Deborah Beebe’s historic program “Third Generation Brannon Mountain Pioneer” at the Museum, corner of Highways 299 and 96.

Trinidad’s Art Night starts up its 6th season of family friendly art, music, and performance events Friday night from 6 to 9 with fire dancing by Circus of the Elements, and a Grateful Dead cover band in and around many venues, and continues on every first Friday through October. TrinidadArtNights.com.

The Jefferson School Project invites everyone to come submit a bid at its ArtUp silent auction fundraiser with an art-viewing Friday night from 5 to 8, and the silent auction on Saturday night from 6 to 9 during Arts Alive at 3rd and G Streets in Eureka.

Northtown Books is presenting a book reading by Jerry Martien of Dr. Loon’s “The Price of Life” Friday night at 7 on H Street in Arcata. NorthtownBooks.org.

The Mateel Community Center is now accepting volunteer and artist applications for its June Summer Arts and Music Festival at 59 Rusk Lane in Redway. 923-3368. Mateel.org.

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THURSDAY, May 5, 2016

The Humboldt Folk Dancers invite all to a May Pole Dance Party with live music by Chubritza, Rand and Larry, and Ethniks tomorrow night from 7:30 to 11 at the Redwood Raks World Dance Studio in the Creamery at 824 L Street in Arcata. 496-6734. HumboldtFolkDancers.org.

Center Activities is offering a Whitewater North Coast River class II and III trip Saturday. Reservations at 826-3357. Humboldt.edu/CenterActivities.

Redwood National and State Parks are closing the Newton Drury Scenic Parkway in Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park to all motorized vehicles on Saturday so visitors can explore the Parkway by foot, bicycle, skateboard, roller blades, and with dogs on leashes. 465-7335. NPS.gov/RedW.

The Humboldt Aquatic Center is offering its Sea Kayak Rescue and Safety course, Advanced Sailing course, and its Whitewater Community Paddle all on Saturday. Reservations at 443-4222. Humboldt.edu/CenterActivities.

The Humboldt Botanical Garden welcomes you and your friends to bring a picnic at its Spring plant sale of natives, exotics, and the rare blue poppy plus gardening advice and more Saturday morning from 9 to 3 at the Garden. 442-5139. HBGF.org.

The Humboldt Grange is having its Mother’s Day plant sale fundraiser of a large variety of house plants, vegetable starts, succulents, and flowers Saturday morning from 9 to 4 and Sunday afternoon from Noon to 4 at 5845 Humboldt Hill Road in Eureka. Donation plants are accepted Friday afternoon. Kathy 498-0801.

The Humboldt Yacht Club invites you and your whole family to the Humboldt Bay Safety Salute and Opening Day Saturday morning from 10 to 3 featuring: a US Coast Guard helicopter perform an air-sea search and demonstration at 11; and a Humboldt Harbor District Fire Boat Water Cannon demonstration at Noon at the Wharfinger Building and Eureka Public Marina in Eureka. HumboldtYachtClub.org.

The Friends of the Arcata Library encourages you, your family, and friends to come out and support the Library at its giant pre-read book sale fundraiser in a wide variety of subjects including reference, science, nature, parenting, health, hobbies, and a whole lot more all day Saturday from 10 to 4 at the Arcata Library behind City Hall. 822-5954.

The Humboldt Arts Council is holding the KEET Kid Club Saturday afternoon from Noon to 2, and is featuring the all-female 6-piece band Mad River Rose Saturday night at the Morris Graves Museum of Art at 636 F Street in Eureka. HumboldtArts.org.

HSU’s Reese Bullen Gallery announces the 2016 Art Graduates Exhibition through May 14th in the Art Department Building, B and Laurel Streets in Arcata. 826-5818. RBG@Humboldt.edu.

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FRIDAY, May 6, 2016

The Friends of the Arcata Library is blasting out a humongus pre-read book sale benefit in a wide variety of topics including children’s reading, classics, poetry, plays, foreign languages, with something for everyone all day tomorrow morning from 10 to 4 at the Arcata Library behind City Hall. 822-5954.

The Sequoia Park Zoo announces its 10th annual Brew at the Zoo fundraising event of beer tasting of 17 breweries, live music by the No Good Redwood Ramblers and The Striped Pig Band, food trucks, and food at the Zoo Café Saturday evening from 4 to 8 at the Zoo in Eureka. SequoiaParkZoo.net.

College of the Redwoods art students present their “Spring Collective” exhibition with an opening reception tomorrow night during Arts Alive from 6 to 9 at the new Trajectory Space at 527 2nd Street, adjoining the Vance Hotel in Eureka. 496-2718. Crafters@WiseCrafts.com.

Directing Change is having its free Red Carpet Film Screening of ten films plus photography from the Foster Youth Museum Saturday night, doors and red carpet opens at 6, screenings at 7 at the Eureka Theater.

The Arcata Interfaith Gospel Choir presents its Spring Concert with special guests the Oakland Interfaith Community Choir tomorrow night at 7 at the Arkley Center in Eureka. ArcatInterfaithGospelChoir.com.

Six Rivers Running Club and the Arcata Co-op are presenting the all-women 35th annual Atalanta’s Victory 2-mile or 8K Run and Walk benefit Sunday morning at 10 starting and finishing at the Arcata Co-op on I Street.

The ArMack Jazz Band invites everyone to its “Sweet Beats” fundraiser night of sweets, swinging, and silent auction excitement Saturday night, doors open at 6:30 at the D Street Neighborhood Center in Arcata. 496-5625.

The 10th annual PJ Party of a karaoke DJ, Frederick and Charles, quality vendors, and a raffle with the theme of “Pretty in Pink” and a fundraiser for educational and vocational scholarships for women and girls is happening Saturday at the Sapphire Palace in Blue Lake.

The Westhaven Center for the Arts is having its annual Spring Fling of delicious barbecue, music by the Compost Mountain Boys, a fantastic raffle, and more Sunday afternoon from 1 to 4 at 501 South Westhaven Drive. Facebook.com/WesthavenCenterForTheArts.

College of the Redwoods Community Education in Crescent City is offering a no-experience necessary basic computer class Monday and Wednesday afternoons from 3 to 5 beginning Monday until June 1st at the CR Del Norte Campus, 883 West Washington Boulevard. 476-4500.

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SATURDAY, May 7, 2016

The Friends of the Arcata Library welcomes all to its giant all-out pre-read book sale in a wide variety of topics including cookbooks, psychology, science fiction, travel, CD’s, DVD’S, VHS’s and a lot of fun all day today from 10 to 4 at the Arcata Library behind City Hall. 822-5954.

College of the Redwoods Community Education in Crescent City is offering a no-experience necessary basic computer class Monday and Wednesday afternoons from 3 to 5 beginning Monday and continuing until June 1st at the CR Del Norte Campus, 883 West Washington Boulevard. 476-4500. Redwoods.edu.

May Mental Health Matters Month continues Tuesday morning at 9 with a Mental Health Month Proclamation Board of Supervisors Chambers, and a mental health walk at 11:50 at the Hope Center, 720 Wood Street in Eureka. 441-3783.

The Ink People presents an exhibition titled “Topsy Turvy Tales” through June 24th in the Hagopian Gallery on the second floor at the Eureka Public Library Tuesday through Saturday afternoons. 801-949-3262.

College of the Redwoods Community Education in Eureka has a 50-hour Pharmacy Tech class starting up Tuesday night from 6 to 9:30 and continuing Tuesday and Thursdays through June 28th at the CR Downtown Eureka Community Education Site at 525 D Street. 476-4500. Redwood.edu.

The Bike Month Coalition and Revolution Bicycles are partnering to host a free bicycle clinic workshop Tuesday evening at 6:30 at 1593 G Street in Arcata. HumBike.org.

The Humboldt Office of Education, Rising Stars Foundation, and Redwood Acres Fairgrounds are accepting space reservations from local youth-focused organizations for the 2nd annual “Best Of Humboldt” Youth Expo to be held Saturday and Sunday, June 4th and 5th. 445-3037.

This year’s Trinidad Fish Festival is holding its 62nd event on Father’s Day, June 19th and is now accepting arts and crafts vendors, volunteers, and business group sponsors. Katherine Wayne at TrinidadFishFest2016@gmail.com.

The Southern Humboldt Community Park needs volunteers to help at the Community Farm with mulching, planting, seeding, and harvesting. Volunteer at 923-2928. SoHumPark.org.

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