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Seventh Annual Kids Bike Rodeo Sunday

Saturday, May 4, 2013
Seventh Annual Kids Bike Rodeo Sunday

Kids, bring your bike and saddle up for this fun Cinco de Mayo themed event. Purchase raffle tickets to win a new bike! »

Humboldt Bay Eagle Cam The Feelgood Hit Of Springtime

Friday, May 3, 2013
Humboldt Bay Eagle Cam The Feelgood Hit Of Springtime

The Eagle Cam typically shows the mother sitting protectively over the newly hatched babies. Occasionally the father will appear with a fresh meal, which may be a fish, a mouse or a smaller bird such as a coot. Sometimes the mother will take advantage of the father’s presence to fly off for a spell.... »

Oyster Festival Will Charge $10 Admission This Year

Thursday, May 2, 2013
Oyster Festival Will Charge $10 Admission This Year

The Oyster Festival will operate a little differently this year. Due to organizational budgets, festival management and attendance, safety concerns and increasing costs, Arcata Main Street will charge a $10 entrance fee to enter the festival grounds surrounding the Arcata Plaza. There will be no charge for beer wristbands. »

NPA Elegant French Dinner With The Delta Nationals

Thursday, May 2, 2013
NPA Elegant French Dinner With The Delta Nationals

At 6:30 p.m., NPA students will serve guests a sit-down dinner by French chef Marceau Verdiere and desserts by Ramone’s Bakery and Lauren Sarabia of Comfort of Home Catering (see menu). Swing dance lessons at 7:30 p.m. will be followed by dancing to the Delta Nationals from 8 to 11 p.m. »

Ali Lee: Meet You At Brookwood Covered Bridge

Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Ali Lee: Meet You At Brookwood Covered Bridge

At 66 feet in length, the local Brookwood Bridge is the longest in Humboldt. Just over a mile southeast of Old Arcata Road, and a jog to the right off of Jacoby Creek Road onto Brookwood Drive, the rural area is defined by the bridge Earl Biehn and his neighbors built. »

Jada Brotman: CSAs Amaze, Armando Frosts The Meat Cake

Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Jada Brotman: CSAs Amaze, Armando Frosts The Meat Cake

Says Eddie: “Making a commitment to a CSA is often an excellent value. If you’re into eating what the farm has to offer each week, and you don’t miss too many of the pickups, you’ll get more for your money than anywhere else... and you’ll notice the difference in freshness and flavor.” »

Help Preserve Local Environmental Activist History

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Now this video work, both the original and edited footage, is the subject of great concern due to damage from mold and the deterioration of the original tapes. Further commitment and action are urgently required. »

Alan Sanborn: A Meditation On The Farmers’ Market

Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Alan Sanborn: A Meditation On The Farmers’ Market

Given my pathetic attempts at growing food, I look at good farming as magic. I look at the small organic farmers of our watershed as artists who understand better than most of us the magic of living on Earth. I see at them as healers of the wounds and toxins left by decades of... »

This Weekend: A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant And A Prayer

Friday, April 26, 2013
This Weekend: A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant And A Prayer

This V-Day production at the Native Forum and the Eureka Woman’s Club will benefit Six Rivers Planned Parenthood’s Spare Change and Paso A Paso. Six Rivers Planned Parenthood’s Spare Change is a program where teens teach their peers about the realities and responsibilities that come with their developing sexuality, including healthy relationships. »

Travis Turner: Let’s Start Now To Change The Halloween/New Year’s Eve Dynamic

Thursday, April 25, 2013
Travis Turner: Let’s Start Now To Change The Halloween/New Year’s Eve Dynamic

We need the community to want something different. We need businesses and the people living around the Plaza to want something more favorable. It will still be loud, but it will be managed. It will still be messy but it will be cleaned up without the support of your tax dollars. It will be... »