Tag Archives: Trinidad Tidings

Trinidad Tidings: 2017’s first mixer and more

Bergeron Winery together with Business of the Year, Lighthouse Grill, will host the first Chamber Mixer of the year on Thursday, March 23 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. in Saunders Plaza, Trinidad. There will be music and an opportunity to network with other business professionals and Chamber members. Chamber President Angie Harder and other directors

Trinidad Tidings: Scholarship, animals, art, soil – what doesn’t the seaside village have?

American Field Service (AFS) foreign exchange students Sara Winistaedt of Cottbus, Germany, Druvi Vora from India, Attawit “Dan” Uchotananan and Grace Nichakorn of Thailand, and Marselina (she has only one name) of Bangka, a small Indonesian island near Sumatra, met teacher Margie Cunningham’s seventh grade students of Trinidad School and the ladies of Trinidad Civic

Trinidad Tidings: Seaside village seeking arts organizers

Need a winter lift? Nothing like witnessing the color, optimism, joy and imagination in student art. You can view the “MARE, Matisse and More” exhibit at Westhaven Center for the Arts through February.  Both Trinidad School students with their cut-out paper ocean images and Big Lagoon School students’ “Becoming California” nature dioramas are on view

Trinidad Tidings: Eat, run, eat in the seaside village

Trinidad Museum’s Native Plant Garden received the California Garden Clubs,Inc. California Consultants Council Landscape Design Commendation last Thursday at the annual meeting of the Humboldt District Garden Clubs. Maria Krenek presented the certificate to Garden Chair Jill Mefford and her fellow volunteers Virginia Waters, Ingrid Bailey, Maija Kalb, Carl Kalb, Claire Perricelli, Laraine Cook and

Mad River Union raising funds for Trinidad Civic Club

Janine Volkmar Mad River Union TRINIDAD – Gabe Adams, the go-to-guy in city hall in Trinidad, is an honorary member of the Trinidad Civic Club and he’s earning his brownie points with the members by keeping forms for the club’s latest fundraiser prominently displayed on the counter at City Hall.  Through the generosity of Mad

Trinidad Tidings: Seaside village calm & bright

Have you noticed the tall fir Christmas tree between the library and museum? Diane and Glenn Stockness (who was the architect for the buildings) installed the tree from their property to the site last week with the help of arborists Jesse and Merlin Sabo. Gail Saunders and Mitch Ward provided lights. Bryan Buckman and his

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