Many Trinidad businesses are open, taking distancing precautions, presently. The Chamber has obtained a grant to give opening Trinidad businesses supplies (masks, hand and surface sanitizers, etc.).
The happiest news of the week was the Trinidad School eighth grade commencement ceremony. The 16 graduates drove up in the family cars and wearing caps, received their diplomas from Superintendent-Principal Katie Cavanaugh and teachers Tyler Vack and Margie Cunningham. There was a photo opportunity with photographer Cameron Cather in front of the school while…
Up and down and around every seaboard,
on beaches or atop rocks and cliffs,
people stare at the sea and watch,
as if seeing behind the scenes
something known to them alone.
Most of last week’s Webex City Council meeting was taken up discussion concerning a Memo of Understand between the City of Trinidad and the Cher-ae Heights Indian Community of the Trinidad Rancheria concerning city water system improvements.
Trinidad residents were encouraged to sign up for city meeting notifications through the City Clerk. Only four phone-in residents were in last week’s audience.
Set in the seaside village of Trinidad, California at the turn of the century, the play opens with the sweet Helen (Julia Hjerpe) wandering lost looking for her dear brother Bill (John Bishop) this leads her to Jadro’s (Jim Willits) saloon where she finds herself in the clutches of dirty Dawson (played with relish by Richard (Dick) Keiselhorst), the foulest fisherman that ever unbattened a hatch in Trinidad Bay.
“Spanish Exploration on the Pacific Northwest Coast 1774-1794” will be the subject of an OLLI (Osher Lifelong Learning) class set for Wednesday, March 11 from 10 a.m. to noon at Trinidad Library. Learn about how and why the Spanish claimed Trinidad for King Carlos III (1759-1788) in 1775, and about voyages of discovery and exploration…
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.
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…
The Tidepool High Divers, featuring Bryce Kenny, Tom Marquette, Tim Breed, Tonio Skwier and guest violinist Bill Hunter will entertain listeners and dancers at A Valentine’s Evening of Coastal Country Americana Music on Friday, Feb. 14 from 8 to 10 p.m. at Trinidad Town Hall. Dress up. Bring a friend, spouse or partner and enjoy…