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Mosiac show in memory of Laurel Skye

Mosiac show in memory of Laurel Skye

  Marley Goldman Special to the Union ARCATA – The mosaic art of Laurel Skye will be  featured in “Bits and Pieces,” an art show at The Sanctuary, 1301 J St. in Arcata through March 31. There are mosaic bottles, shoes, mirrors, wall hangings, boxes and more. There will be a one-day clothing sale in March

‘Signs of Resilience’ documents Eel River salmon resurgence

Eel River Recovery Project EUREKA –  The Eel River Recovery Project has produced an hour-long salmon documentary that chronicles returns of Chinook salmon from 2012-2017.   The movie will be shown at the Lost Coast Brewery Tap Room on Saturday, Feb. 2.  Titled Signs of Resilience, the movie documents a resurgence of Eel River fall

Quezada’s nature photos at Arcata Marsh Interpretative Center

Jose Quezada, pictured above with his mother,  will host a free public reception to showcase his nature photographs from 12:30 to 3 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 3 at the Arcata Marsh Interpretive Center, 569 South G St. in Arcata,. Quezada’s art is on display through February in a show sponsored by Friends of the Arcata

Levin Brothers coming to Arcata Playhouse for two nights

  Arcata Playhouse CREAMERY DISTRICT – Rock bass legend Tony Levin joins his brother Pete Levin for an evening of jazz with the Levin Brothers Trio at the Arcata Playhouse for a special two-night engagement on Sunday, Jan. 20 and Monday, Jan. 21 at 8 p.m. The Arcata Playhouse is located at 1251 Ninth St.

At The Market: Twisted Tree Bakery – goodies baked in a snag’s view

“There’s a snag just outside our kitchen window,” Susie Black Diemer explained when I asked about the name of her cottage food operation, Twisted Tree Bakery. Diemer lives in Fieldbrook and has worked as a medical assistant and an instructor at College of the Redwoods. She’s in her first year at the McKinleyville Farmers’ Market

WCA Art Show Opens: ‘Dialogue In Three Parts’

Westhaven Center for the Arts WESTHAVEN –  Natalie Craig will show a new mixed media and collage collection at Westhaven Center for the Arts opening Sunday, Nov. 4 and running through Dec. 15. The exhibit consists of three separate bodies of work, all relating to a perspective on dialogue. “Artists are always engaged in communication,” Craig

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