This class offers an holistic approach to staying healthy through the stages and pressures of life from adolescence through old age. Students will feel empowered to: • Ask all pressing health questions • Navigate an increasingly complicated healthcare system • Learn how to talk with your children and other young people about sensitive life questions. Your personal health and well being are the key to family and community health. For over 40 years, Lorraine Carolan, P.A. with a specialty in Ob-Gyn and Licensed Midwife, has been an advocate for women: teaching and serving their health needs both locally and internationally . For more information, visit: www.redwoods.edu/communityed/
1. what owls are unique 2. How to identify owls 3. What kind habitats to owls live in 4. Conservation Status of owls 5. Courtship and Behavior of owls 6. Best time to watch owls 7. The Basic keys to identification to owls 8. food and where they like to nest
$ 30.00 per adult $10.00 per child $50.00 per group or family
Location: CR Garberville Instructional Site – 286 Sprowl Creek Road
Call 707-476-4500 to register
Fee: $100 ($10 additional fee for late registration, avoid by registering 3 days before class date)
Section #: 046164
Bulldozer operators, water tenders, crew bus drivers, vehicle drivers and mechanics who have a CalFire/USFS agreement or contract requiring annual safety training will need to take this mandatory class or they will not be eligible for contracts for the entire 2018 fire season. Please fill out the registration form fully before sending it to our office. If you are an employer registering employees, please have their full legal name, birth date and social security number.
These beautiful and inspiring films tell the story of salmon, timber, weed, and wine along California’s mighty Eel River. Keynote Speaker Michael Wier Filmmaker, will introduce the films and answer questions.
Future Productions and the Mateel present three-time Grammy winner, Wyclef Jean in The Carnival Tour with special guest Culture Crew, Wednesday, March 28, 2018 at the Mateel Community Center, 59 Rusk Lane in Redway. Tickets are available now at mateel.org for $40 in advance for this 18 and over show, the doors are at 8pm, show starts at 9pm. more info...
Heart of the Redwoods Community Hospice will be celebrating our 6th Annual Spring Gala "A Caribbean Affair" on Saturday, April 7th at Cecil's Restaurant in Garberville from 6 p.m. until midnight. Join us for a sultry Caribbean inspired evening of food, music, and fun. There will be a champagne reception, passed appetizers, a Caribbean banquet, blackjack table, photo booth, face painting and a silent auction featuring vacation rentals in Hawaii and Mexico as well as local inns and more. Marisa Formosa and George Mooney will be opening for the eclectic dance band with a steel pan "The Mixed Nuts" from Mendocino. Tickets are $80 per person in March, starting April 1st, $100 per person. Tickets are available at the Blue Moon gift shop, HRCH office and at Cecil’s in Garberville. We hope you can come celebrate with us, our 25th year of service to our community, and an evening to remember. For information call HRCH office 923-7276. more info...
Future Productions and the Mateel present Grammy-nominated platinum-selling electronic music group The Crystal Method, Saturday, April 28th with Andreas performing as a support act. The show takes place at the Mateel Community Center, 59 Rusk Lane in Redway. Doors are at 9pm. Tickets are on sale now through mateel.org for $25. more info...
Online Backyard bird watching class starts April 30th
1. How observed birds around your home 2. what types birds have you seen? can you identify them 3. what characteristics are common for most birds 4. Types birder feeders and bird baths. 5. Types of plants and tree plant in your yard. 6. Foods that attract birds. 7. what is yard list 8. 5 ways create bird safe back yard
$40.00 per adult $10.00 per child and $55.00 per group or family