The Alphabet Baroque Club, featuring Maria Caswell on violin, Judiyaba on treble viol, Gwyneth Davis on bass viol, and Phebe Craig on harpsichord will perform “On the Road to Hell” during this intriguingly named Renaissance music concert, influenced by Dante’s Divine Comedy: The Inferno, The Purgatorio, The Paradiso written in 1320. Admission is $10 to $24 on a sliding scale.
Playhouse Executive Artistic Director Jacqueline Dandeneau has brought together faith leaders, scholars, social activists, clowns and an array of artists for this memorable event.
Little Aria, possibly some sort of Bully mix, is one of the most sweet and gentle dogs that you could imagine! Her funny little smooshed face just begs to be loved.
For the civic and service minded in the City of Trinidad, there are many opportunities for voluntary service. Three City Council seats will be open for election on the Nov. 3, 2020 ballot. As well, the Trinidad Trails Committee and the Trinidad Short Term Rental Advisory Committee welcome applications for new members. In…
Registration for the Blue Lake/Fieldbrook Little Leagues will be on Saturday, Feb. 29 from 1 to 3 p.m. at Perigot Park (rain will move registration to the school gym). This is for all children, boys and girls, ages 4-12. There are no residency requirements for Tee Ball or Coach Pitch divisions.
George spent thousands of sunsets on the water watching the stars come out and enjoyed occasional sunrise sessions too. George also loved water skiing on Lake Powell and skiing anywhere there was snow. He was a “B” level racquetball player with occasional glorious competitions at “A” level.
I called on several people who have been – and still are – involved in the festival in some capacity. Seven responded. I asked them about when they started their association with Godwit Days, what roles they have played, why they continue to participate, and what they believe the event has contributed to making Humboldt County a better place.
February is Children’s Dental Health Month, and Smile Humboldt and its partner organizations are inviting residents come to a free dental health fair Saturday, Feb. 22 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Bayshore Mall. Stop by to learn about when children should have their first dental visit, meet a local dentist and receive a free dental screening.
“Graffiti is a crime that devalues property. It can leave the impression that our community is an undesirable place to live and do business. This is not how I would like our residents and visitors to feel about Arcata. I have spent several years working to clean up graffiti all over our City, so if I am able to offer an incentive that makes someone think twice before vandalizing City murals, I am happy to do that for the community.”