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Trinidad Tidings: Fish Festival Sunday in Trinidad

The Annual Greater Trinidad Chamber of Commerce Fish Festival, which began as an “all you can eat” crab feed at the Hallmark Pier in 1957, will take place on Father’s Day, Sunday June 17, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Trinity Street. The street will be full of vendors of fine arts and crafts,

Trinidad Tidings: Memorial Lighthouse Ceremony on May 27

The 23rd Annual Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse Ceremony is set for Sunday, May 27 at the “old” Memorial Lighthouse site on Edwards at Trinity streets. The ceremony honors those who were lost at sea or buried at sea and whose names are engraved on the Memorial plaques. The program includes bagpipe music by Matthew Marshall followed

Trinidad Tidings: Milestones, accomplishments, memories and vision

Trinidad School 1950s classmates Scott Baker and Roland Johnson will be guest speakers at Trinidad Museum Society’s Annual Meeting on Sunday, April 29 at 2 p.m., 400 Janis Ct. The pair will tell of the joys and perils of “Growing Up in Trinidad” when they were free to roam and explore at the pier, on

Trinidad Tidings: Art, music, history, dinner and knitting await

Big Lagoon Union School District, which encompasses the Trinidad area from the Larrupin’ Cafe area on Patrick’s Point Drive to the Little Red Schoolhouse near Dry Lagoon, invites interested community members to an Open House and Enrollment Night on Thursday, April 12 at 5 p.m. Principal-Superintendent Jennifer Glueck will tell about recently established programs at

Trinidad Tidings: Visit the lighthouse!

The Cher-Ae Heights Indian Community of the Trinidad Rancheria is a federally recognized tribe located near the City of Trinidad. Learn more about the history of the Trinidad Rancheria on Tuesday, April 10 from  6:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Cabana Room at the Seascape Restaurant in Trinidad. Shirley Laos, a member of the Trinidad

Trinidad Tidings: Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse finds new home

Trinidad Civic Club voted unanimously last Thursday in favor of the Cher-ae Heights Indian Community of the Trinidad Rancheria harbor location for the Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse, fog bell and memorial plaques. The decision followed the very well-attended Feb. 27 Site Selection Charette at Town Hall during which the community learned about possible sites following the

Trinidad Tidings: Seaside village awash in art shows, music and more

“Inspiration and Reflection,” an art show and reception featuring a wide variety of artists’ visions of the Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse, is set for Valentine’s Day, Wednesday, Feb. 14 from 5 to 7 p.m. in Trinidad Town Hall. Jan West, Trinidad Civic Club vice president and chairman of the event, invites lovers, and lovers of art,

Trinidad Tidings: Conversation had, agreement found, bonds strengthened during a tumultuous time

Dana Hope, president, and Jan West, vice president, of Trinidad Civic Club, wish to express gratitude to many supporters who stood by the club during the Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse tumult of recent weeks. First, Cher-ae Heights Indian Community of the Trinidad Rancheria, its Council President Garth Sundberg and Vice President Zack Brown, and all of

Trinidad Tidings: Baskets on display in the seaside village’s museum

Working Baskets is on view at Trinidad Museum. Curated by Jill Mefford, the exhibit shows essential utilitarian baskets central to Northwest Coast Indian life. Jill wrote that “baskets are perishable; baskets used in daily life were hard-worked and short-lived. These fragile, functional tools are a valued part of the Trinidad Museum collection and the story

Trinidad Tidings: Tour the lighthouse

Bureau of Land Management, Trinidad Museum and the Indian Community of the Trinidad Rancheria will open the 1871 Trinidad Head Lighthouse for visitors on Saturday, Jan. 6, from 10 a.m. to noon.  The grounds are open throughout the day but tours of the lighthouse itself are limited to the two-hour slot. Park at the trail

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