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The Southern Humboldt Chamber of Commerce is collaborating with Eel River Clean Up crew in a town wide clean up day!  We are hoping to gather up as many volunteers as possible to help clean up the town, and make our community a more safe and positive environment for all!  

ERCP and SHCOC will be providing some equipment and supplies and we will be pressure washing the side walks with a sanitizer !  

Recology will also be providing a huge dumpster we will be putting trash in.

If you would like to volunteer and have gloves, please bring them!
 

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10/21/1710:00am to 1:00pmSouthern Humboldt


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Jenny Metz
Burningleaf Productions
Fall Splendor Coordinator
707-223-3849
 
Costume Fashion and Upcycled Trashion highlights the 8th Annual Fall Splendor Fundraiser for the Southern Humboldt Community Park.

 

Burningleaf Productions is delighted to announce the 8th annual Fall Splendor Fashion Show Fundraiser for the Southern Humboldt Community Park. Saturday, October 21st, at The Historic Eagle House in Eureka, California. This years theme: Up Up and Away, An Odd and Elegant Steampunk Adventure. This wildly successful event comes to Eureka this year as the long awaited rezoning of the Community Park is now complete and it moves forward to share and educate the whole Humboldt Community with the opportunities that the Park has to offer.
 
 
Gather at 8:00pm to be captivated by a Dance, Aerial and Steampunk Emporium showcase by ten talented performer artists. This years Fashion Show featuring independent designers and local artisans includes elements of costume fashion and Trashion in the themes of Daily Wear, Aviators and Engineers, Feathered and Feline, Weird Science and The Royal Ball. Humboldt’s finest models will be wearing these original outfits as they strut the catwalk to the eclectic sounds of Marjo Lak. After the Fashion Show and Live Auction, guests are invited to dance the night away with Live music and talented DJ’s.
 
Five piece Sepiatonic will be traveling from Portland to Eureka to share their vaudeville-inspired dance and music experience. Some parts theatrical show, some parts wild dance party, this project brings innovative audio and visual entertainment! Featuring original live and electronic music, electro-swing, balkan beats, hip-hop, funk, and more. Sepiatonic brings vintage class into today’s electronic music and puts a bumpin’ booty party into a vaudeville experience!
 
The mad-musical scientist known as saQi is a classically trained composer, producer and trumpet player. Drawing his name from the Sufi title for a mystic muse, saQi creates deep and funky dance floor jams that rock the party yet still maintain a grace and musical sophistication to engage the listener. His sound is unique and eclectic, therefore it often escapes genre classifications and any current.
 

Fall Splendor takes place Saturday, October 21, at the Historic Eagle House in Eureka. Balcony Tickets for 8:00 entry for Performance, Fashion show and Music are sold in advance are sold at the door for $50. Tickets for the Music only are $25.Dinner Tickets are sold out. Tickets are on sale at the following locations: SHC in Garberville, Wildberries and Peoples Records in Arcata and online at brownpapertickets.com .

To learn more about the Park, visit our website at sohumpark.org. For more information about Fall Splendor, to volunteer, or reserve a table for eight, please contact burningleaf@asis.com, or 707-223-3849.

 
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Jenny Metz
Burningleaf Productions
Fall Splendor Coordinator
707-223-3849

 

 

Costume Fashion and Up-cycled Trashion highlights the 8th Annual Fall Splendor Fundraiser for the Southern Humboldt Community Park.

 

Burningleaf Productions is delighted to announce the 8th annual Fall Splendor Fashion Show Fundraiser for the Southern Humboldt Community Park. This years theme: Up Up and Away, An Odd and Elegant Steampunk Adventure. Enjoy: Delightful Dining, Artisanal Cocktails, Royal Treatment Delights, Performances, Photobooth, Costume Fashion Show and Trashion Show, Vendors, Dance, Music and More!

This wildly successful event comes to Eureka this year as the long awaited rezoning of the Community Park is now complete and it moves forward to share and educate the whole Humboldt Community with the opportunities that the Park has to offer.

Fall Splendor takes place Saturday, October 21, at the Historic Eagle House in Eureka. Balcony Tickets for 8:00 entry for Performance, Fashion show and Music are sold in advance are sold at the door for $50. Tickets for the Music only are $25. Tickets are on sale at the following locations: SHC in Garberville, Wildberries and Peoples Records in Arcata and online at brownpapertickets.com .
To learn more about the Park, visit our website at sohumpark.org. For more information about Fall Splendor, to volunteer, or reserve a table for eight, please contact burningleaf@asis.com, or 707-223-3849.

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10/21/17
-10/22/17
7:00pm to 11:30pmJennifer Metz


We are revamping our annual Halloween Fest this year!  

Costume and scream contests @ 3:30
(Prizes donated by Community Credit Union)

Nacho Bar being offered at the town square this year!
(Donations accepted - provided by Cal Fresh Grant and sponsored by Southern Humboldt family Resource Center)

Live Music and dance party with DJ RunDat!
(sponsored by Redwood Rural Health Center)

Trick or Treat starting at 5:00 pm!

Enjoy safe family fun in Southern Humboldt!

We are encouraging all kids to start off at the town square, get a little bite to eat, shake a leg and enter the contests prior to trick or treating! 

Businesses are requesting 5:00 pm start time to trick or treat. 

A list of businesses in Garberville, Redway and up Evergreen road will be provided to families at the town square and advertised soon! 
We hope to see everyone there! 

 

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10/31/173:30pm to 5:00pm


Don't forget to vote today if you have not already sent in you mail in ballots!

Need to get registered?  It is easy simply go to www.humboldtgov.org/Elections-Voter-Registration  and get it done online!

Your vote is your voice!  Exercise your right to vote!

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11/07/17 


Mateel Community Center presents their monthly Comedy Cabaret. 

November features Humboldt's Favorite Live Stand-Up Comedy Game Show – Make Me Laugh!

It is loosely based on the old 70's TV show called Make Me Laugh. We just do it live, and it is the most ludicrous night of entertainment anywhere in the Western Hemisphere!

The show is pretty simple. Spectacular improvisational jazz duo No Covers gives the show a little class. We give our comedians a chance to show you how funny they are before we start the game. Then we bring volunteers from the audience on stage (one at a time)and give our comedians each 60 seconds to make the contestants laugh while they try not to. 

Those who hold out the longest get ridiculously fabulous prizes! (more ridiculous than fabulous.) It's cut throat competition that nobody takes seriously. Think you have what it takes to hold out? Want to watch others try? Either way it’s comedian vs. contestant in a battle of wit and will , and a wildly funny night!

“That was way more fun than I thought it would be.” -David Gborie, former champion. 

“A ridiculous amount of fun!” -Joe Deschaine, seven time champion.

Trevor Rogers from Santa Cruz and Anica Cihla from Seattle will battle for supremacy against returning champion Josh Barnes. Jessica Grant and Tony Persico host.

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11/10/178:30pm to 11:00pmAnthony Persico


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11/11/17 


We use a case study to demonstrate the meaning of basic financial reports (Income Statement, Cash Flow, Balance Sheet) and how to use them to decipher management information; allowing you to make decisions to better run your business. You'll also learn about the basic types of financing vehicles and how to prepare effectively to seek a loan, investment, and more.


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11/14/175:30pm to 7:30pmJohanna


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11/23/17 


Annual Tree LightingThe Humboldt Redwoods Interpretive Association gets in the holiday spirit each year with an Annual Tree Lighting. This event is held on the second Wednesday in December. Join people of all ages at the Visitor Center for homemade treats, caroling, the tree lighting, and even a visit from Santa.

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12/13/17 


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