Sep 22 Friday
Every Friday from 10am- 2pm at the Bear River Family Entertainment Center from June through October.
Featuring locally produced foods, handmade goods and crafts, massages, food trucks, bowling, and much more!
The Garberville Farmers’ Market offers the freshest fruits and vegetables, meat, fish, cheese, eggs, bread, flowers, crafts and more!
Enjoy music and hot food vendors at this fun, family friendly event.
No pets are allowed, but trained, ADA certified, service animals are welcome.
CalFresh EBT customers are able to receive a market match at every farmers’ market. Visit the market info booth for more information. Open 11am - 3pm every Friday, May - mid November.
The Eureka Friday Night Market, organized by Humboldt Made and the North Coast Growers Association, has it all!
Fourteen Friday evenings in a row, Humboldt Made and the North Coast Growers Association will transform the streets of Old Town Eureka into a festive place to meet up with friends and neighbors after the long work week. Friday Night Market has it all; farmers market, arts and craft vendors, bar featuring the best of Humboldt produced beverages, a wide variety of food vendors and of course, live local music for dancing. Not to mention we are located in the heart of Old Town surrounded by some of the best mom and pop boutiques, lively bars and tasty restaurants.
This is a benefit for the Siren Song Tavern with 3 great local original bands. Donations would be gratefully appreciated.
Sep 23 Saturday
The Arcata Plaza Farmers’ Market is open every Saturday, year round, offering the freshest produce, meat, fish, cheese, eggs, bread, flowers, and more! Enjoy music and hot food vendors at this fun, family friendly event. No pets are allowed, but trained, ADA certified, service animals are welcome. CalFresh EBT customers are able to receive a market match at every farmers’ market. Visit the market info booth for more information. Open 9am - 2pm every Saturday. (10am - 2pm January - March).
In celebration of National Public Lands Day, join us for the 2nd annual Ruth Lake Cleanup!Get the trash out of the splash! Ruth Lake is a beautiful recreation resource, but years of visitor use have left a ring of litter lining its shores. Let’s clean it up and take pride in our beautiful lake. First 150 participants get a free tshirt!
At 9am we will split up and report to zone captains spread around the lake to see how much litter we can clean up! We will meet back at the Marina at 2pm for refreshments.Boats are not required; all boats must be inspected at the Marina for Zebra and Quagga mussels.Organized in partnership with Six Rivers National Forest, Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District, Ruth Lake Community Services District, and Van Duzen Elementary School.
As part of Coastal Cleanup Month 2023, the Northcoast Environmental Center (NEC) and Surfrider Humboldt will be co-hosting a cleanup event at the North Jetty in Samoa, California. Meet at our popup in the North Jetty parking area at 10AM to help collect trash. Cleanup supplies, bagels and coffee will be provided (thank you Los Bagels!) for volunteers, but please bring water, sun protection and wear comfortable clothes and walking shoes. Join with friends and family to help keep waste out of our waterways!
Join us this year for the annual Fieldbrook Art & Wine Festival, featuring grilled albacore plates, grilled oysters, Mad River Brewery beer, Fieldbrook Winery wines, and booths featuring fine artisans and craftspeople and their incredible wares. Proceeds benefit the Fieldbrook Education Foundation which funds educational projects and scholarships for Fieldbrook Elementary School.
Sep 25 Monday
The Miranda Farmers’ Market offers the freshest fruits and vegetables, flowers, and more!
Enjoy this fun, family friendly event.
CalFresh EBT customers are able to receive a market match at every farmers’ market. Visit the market info booth for more information. Open 2-6PM every Monday, May-October.
Sep 26 Tuesday
The “Cities Identity through Arts and Architecture” conference envelops topics concerning the conservation of cities’ identities through arts and architecture. It addresses multiple topics of contention concerning cities’ heritage and conservation efforts, such as the influence of artistic expression and creativity on cities’ safety, traditional artistic techniques & architecture, historical eras, and their construction practices, and sustainable preservation practices. The conference additionally highlights a special issue that deliberates upon Andalusian art and architecture, and its everlasting influence on contemporary architectural practices in the Mediterranean region, through Moorish and Arab constructions.