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Trinidad Tidings: Poltz brings high-energy show to Trinidad

Trinidad Tidings: Poltz brings high-energy show to Trinidad

Folk singer, guitarist, songwriter, storyteller Steve Poltz filled the Town Hall with his high-energy solo show in 2018.  He returns to Trinidad on Monday, July 26 at 7 p.m. for another live appearance performing “rockin’ countrified folk slices of sardonic Americana”  selections from his 12 records, including One Left Shoe, Dreamhouse, Folk Singer and Shine

Trinidad Tidings: Harvest boxes available, Lighthouse grading to proceed

Take a morning walk with biologist Russ Namitz winding through the forest of Elk Head, off Stagecoach Road, listening and looking for songbirds on Saturday, July 10 from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. The trail opens up to the ocean offering spectacular views of offshore rocks and seabirds. Come prepared for a flat 1.5 mile walk. Spotting scope will be provided compliments of event sponsor Trinidad Coastal Land Trust, or you can bring your own binoculars. 

Trinidad Tidings: Music festival returns to Trinidad in August

Trinidad Bay Art & Music Festival (TBAM) is coming back live! Joy!   Coordinators Julie Fulkerson and Vanessa Kibbe have given some advance notice of what to expect. The festival will take place between Aug. 14 and Aug. 22 in Trinidad Town Hall.   Some of the artists who will perform live are Liana Berube, Wind

Trinidad Tidings: Seaside village looks at water options in severe drought

The Trinidad City Council formed a Water Advisory Committee (WAC) which includes Councilman Richard Clompus and Citizen Advisory participants Bryce Kenny and Dwight Miller.    WAC had its first meeting on June 14 and Westhaven resident Paula Levine attended.   She wrote that WAC expressed  determination to gather scientific data to help the Trinidad Council

Trinidad Tidings: Trinidad’s Best

The City of Trinidad’s Public Works team, with Ryan DeSmet leading the department and Kyle Shipman assisting, deserve praise, gratitude and a vacation. Ryan and Kyle are everywhere, overseeing the city water system, broken pipes, leaks, maintaining the Town Hall and library, mowing Saunders Park, maintaining vegetation on Trinidad Head and on almost every street,

Trinidad Tidings: Pandemic Project – Field Guide to Household Wildlife

Some of the creatures described are frog, salamander, eagle, hawk, hummingbird, owl, quail, raven, swallow, woodpecker, wren, ant, bee, beetle, caterpillar, grasshopper, ladybug, mosquito, pill bug, potato bug, praying mantis, scorpion, spider, tick, wasp, snake, bat, bear, bobcat, cat, coyote, deer, dog, fox, gopher, mountain lion, mouse, rabbit, raccoon, rat, ringtail, skunk and squirrel.

Trinidad Tidings: ‘Monstrament’ donated to university

Westhaven wood sculptor John Wiebe has created from a “hollowed out redwood stump” a 14-foot “Monstrament” which he calls “Sequoia Semperviolin.” The dramatic creation has been on exhibit at Trees of Mystery, and before that at the Senior Resource Center in Eureka.  The President of Fresno Pacific University, Dr. Joseph Jones, had learned about the

Trinidad Tidings: Inspired artists in the seaside village

Westhaven Center for the Arts presents the Emerging Artists Online Showcase as an on-going program. Art students from HSU, College of the Redwoods or students raised in Humboldt County but who are studying elsewhere are encouraged to submit three to five high quality photographs of art works which will be considered for inclusion on the