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06/07/18
 -07/19/18
Set Yourself Free!


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06/16/18
 -06/23/18
online basic camping class

online basic camping class June 16th

1.Making Your Bed 
2. Basic Equipment need for campiing
3.More About Bedding 
4.Sheets, Blankets And Pillows 
5.Campsite Shelters 
6.What Kind Of Tent? 
7.Staking The Tent 
8.Setting Up Camp 
9.Now We're Camping 
10.Dealing With Outdoor Pests 
11.Cozy Campfires 
12.Leave No Trace 
13. Kitchen Duty
14.Breaking Camp 
15.Returning Home 
16.Gear Storage 
17. camping checklist
18. Basic Tent Camping
19. Camping minimalist
20.Campsite Camping
21.Festival Camping
22.Wild Camping
23.Glamping
24. Before your first camping trip
25.Cooking outdoors
26. Helpful tips for fellow campers
27. how to care for your tent
28. Family camping tips
29. 10 Unwritten Camping Rules to Remember
30.Top 5 Basic Campsite Amenities
31.Bonus: Access to Local Food

$17.00 per adult $5.00 per child and $30.00 group or family

contact dallins549@gmail.com or call me at 208-351-3407

my class will be on google class I will give you code for class

https://www.facebook.com/groups/868820136616606/


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06/22/18
Small Business Summer Sale!


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06/23/18
Native Plant Lovers' Hike



Join Sanctuary Forest on Saturday, June 23rd for the Native Plant Lovers’ Hike. This moderate hike is an opportunity for participants to learn more about our native plants and how to identify them! Come take a walk with Cheryl Lisin of the Lost Coast Interpretive Association and explore riparian, chaparral and forest habitats, learning about the plants we see along the way.  The two and a half mile walk takes place on the Pacific Rim Trail in the King Range. Meet at the Sanctuary Forest office at 315 Shelter Cove Road #4 in Whitethorn at 9:30am. The hike will conclude by 3:00pm.  Bring a lunch and water, and dress in layers. This hike is free of charge, but donations are gladly accepted and make it possible for Sanctuary Forest to offer this program year after year. For more info or to RSVP, call 986-1087 x 9#, or email anna@sanctuaryforest.org. Hope to see you there!
 
Support from volunteers and local businesses have made this program possible for Sanctuary Forest. Local businesses that have made generous contributions are:
101 Netlink, The Benbow Inn, Blue Star Gas, The Bootleg, Caffe Dolce, Charlotte’s Perennial Gardens, Chautauqua Natural Foods, Coffee Break, Collaborative Solutions, Dazey’s Supply, Future Productions, Greenwired, Gyppo Ale Mill, Hohstadt’s Garden Center, Indigo Denim Bar, J. Angus Publishing, Karen Miclette Insurance Agency, Madrone Realty, Mattole River Studios, Monica Coyne: Artist Blacksmith, Ned Harwood Construction, Pierson Building Center, Plaza Shoe Shop, Randall Sand & Gravel, Redwood Properties, The Security Store, Signature Coffee, Southern Humboldt Fitness, Sylvandale Gardens, Vella Wood Flooring, Whitethorn Construction, Whitethorn Winery, Wyckoff’s Plumbing.
 
Sanctuary Forest is a land and water trust whose mission is to conserve the Mattole River watershed and surrounding areas for wildlife habitat and aesthetic, spiritual, and intrinsic values in cooperation with our diverse community.
 

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06/26/18
 -07/03/18
online basic camping class

Online Desert survival class June 26

1. 26 tips for surviving the desert
2. panic factor
3. survival kits
4. desert survival priorities
5. plan trip
6. signaling mirrors
7. know possible dangers 
8. direction
9. protection and first aid kits
10. simple pack carry in desert
11. learn how make solar still
12. don't build fires during the day
13. be aware of flash flood they are rare but deadly
14. surviving dust storms
15. Cactus water last resort
16. stay in shelter during the day
17. dig for water resource
18. look for water else where

$18.00 per adult $5.00 per child and $35.00 per group or family

contact dallins549@gmail.com or call me at 208-351-3407

my class will be on google class I will give you code for class

https://www.facebook.com/groups/477754422610838/


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06/28/18
 -07/04/18
Fireworks Booth

The fireworks booth will have a new location this year - you can find us next to Debs Great American in the empty lot. Please come support your local athletes by purchasing your fireworks with us!

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07/04/18
4th of July Fireworks Show in Benbow

Southern Humboldt Chamber of Commerce is hosting the 16th Annual fireworks celebration in the beautiful Benbow Valley, Wednesday July 4th. show will start at Dusk (approx 9:00pm). Come early for a good parking spot! Benbow State Park recreation will be open and collecting Day use fees. There will be food and drinks available on Fairway Drive!
Please join us for this fantastic family event.

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07/06/18
Heart of the Redwoods Community Hospice 25th Anniversary Celebration

Heart of the Redwoods Community Hospice 25th Anniversary Celebration

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07/07/18
Redwood EdVenture Quest: Hidden Valley


Did you know that the Humboldt County Office of Education & California State Parks has developed 25 Redwood EdVenture Quests throughout Humboldt County? These scavenger hunts lead participants through North Coast parks with interpretive clues to find natural and hidden treasures while experiencing some of the most beautiful places in California. Join Sanctuary Forest and the Lost Coast Interpretive Association on Saturday, July 7th as they lead participants ages 7-12 on the Hidden Valley Trail at the King Range National Conservation Area, one of three Redwood EdVenture Quests in Southern Humboldt.  Environmental lessons and fun activities on the Hidden Valley hike will focus on ecosystems, landmarks, native plants, wildflowers, animals and local history. This moderate hike requires parent or guardian attendance. There is an opportunity for teens ages 13 and up to act as junior docents, call Sanctuary Forest at 986-1087 x 9# for more information. All children who attend will go home with a Junior Ranger patch. RSVPs are suggested for this hike, but not required. Bring a lunch, water, sun protection, and close-toed shoes. Meet at the Hidden Valley Campground at 11:00am, hike will conclude by 2:30pm. This hike is free of charge, though donations are gladly accepted and enable Sanctuary Forest to offer this program year after year. For more information or to RSVP, call 986-1087 x 9#. Directions to the meeting place can be found at www.sanctuaryforest.org . Hope to see you there!
 
Support from volunteers and local businesses have made this program possible for Sanctuary Forest. Local businesses that have made generous contributions are: 101 Netlink, The Benbow Inn, Blue Star Gas, The Bootleg, Caffe Dolce, Charlotte’s Perennial Gardens, Chautauqua Natural Foods, Coffee Break, Collaborative Solutions, Dazey’s Supply, Future Productions, Greenwired, Gyppo Ale Mill, Hohstadt’s Garden Center, Karen Miclette Insurance Agency, J. Angus Publishing, Li’l Sproutz Boutique, Madrone Realty, Mattole River Studios, Monica Coyne: Artist Blacksmith, Ned Harwood Construction, Pierson Building Center, Plaza Shoe Shop, Randall Sand & Gravel, Redwood Properties, The Security Store, Signature Coffee, Southern Humboldt Fitness, Sylvandale Gardens, Vella Wood Flooring, Whitethorn Construction, Whitethorn Winery, Wyckoff’s Plumbing.
 
Sanctuary Forest is a land and water trust whose mission is to conserve the Mattole River watershed and surrounding areas for wildlife habitat and aesthetic, spiritual, and intrinsic values in cooperation with our diverse community.

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07/09/18
 -07/11/18
Mountain to the Sea Wilderness Camp

The mission of Mountain to the Sea Wilderness camp is to give girls and women the opportunity to develop a deeper connection to themselves & the wilderness around them using The Lost Coast as our classroom.  Our 2018 July backpacking trip is open to girls ages 11-17 and will focus on wilderness survival skills and first aid.  

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07/11/18
 -08/15/18
Summer Singing


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07/13/18
 -07/20/18
online basic camping class

Online Humming bird class July 13th

1. Ten things about humming birds

2. How to indentify humming birds

3. Habitat and migration

4. Unique humming birds in united states and canada

5. vocailazations

6. Appercance

7. Behavavior and courtship display

8.conservation status

9. plants that attract hummingbirds.

$19.00 per adult $5.00 per child and $40.00 per group

contact dallins549@gmail.com or call me at 208-351-3407

my class will be on google class I will give you code for class

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1813263122081868/


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07/16/18
 -07/20/18
Basketball Camp with Coach Fontaine - Parkinson!


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07/21/18
San Francisco Mime Troupe: 2018 Seeing Red: A Time Traveling Musical


Every summer the Mateel presents a performance from the Tony award-winning San Francisco Mime Troupe who produce hilarious satirical plays about current political issues.  2018 Seeing Red: A Time Traveling Musical travels from present day to 1912 and asks the questions: what will it take to get people to stop voting against their interests? And how do we overcome the divide-and-conquer tactics that keep us all down?

Written by Rotimi Agbabiaka with Joan Holden

Music & Lyrics by Ira Marlowe

Directed by Edris Cooper-Anifowoshe

SEEING RED features Mime Troupe veterans Lisa Hori-Garcia, Keiko Shimosato Carreiro, Michael Gene Sullivan, as well as Andre Amarotico

And band members Patrick Byers, Andrew Niven and Daniel Savio

It’s Election Night 2018 and Bob swears she’ll never vote again. A lifetime of fading fortunes made this former Obama voter take a chance on the new guy promising change-Donald J. Trump. But it’s two years into his presidency and Bob’s still waiting to start winning. Tonight she’s telling everyone in her small-town bar that all politicians are liars, the system is rigged, and nothing’s ever gonna change.

Along comes a mysterious stranger with an intriguing offer. He’ll show her an America where working people come together to demand a brighter future, where socialism isn’t a dirty word. He’ll take her all the way … to 1912.

Bob soon finds herself traveling back to a time when the Socialist Party was winning millions of American votes; uncovering a hidden history and realizing that she may have more in common with those pesky progressives on the coasts. She begins to ask: what will it take to get people to stop voting against their interests? How do we overcome the divide-and-conquer tactics that keep us all down? When did our electoral choices get so limited? And isn’t it time to get off the swinging pendulum that’s left us at our current impasse?


 

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