The North Coast is full of vibrant weekly classes, events and activities hosted by talented local educators, artists and business owners. From Stock Car Racing to Art Markets, explore the resources below and find something new to do.
If you’re looking for live music, comedy, theater and other similar events, check out the live music page – which DOES feature SOME ongoing events.
If you’re looking specifically for Kid’s Events and Classes, check this page here.
At Home In Humboldt is currently working on adding more ongoing events and especially classes to this list! So, if you know of a local class or happening that isn’t on our list, please email us at [email protected] and stay tuned for more updates to this page weekly.
Knit, crochet, chat and relax with others who like to do the same. Share information and encouragement on your projects with others in this friendly group. Free. All knitters and crocheters welcome, including newbies. This group meets in the conference room attached to the library. Yarn (noun) 1. a fiber, as cotton, rayon, wool, polyester, etc., spun into continuous strands for weaving, knitting, crochet, lace-making and other fabric arts. 2. a story, especially a lengthy, elaborate tale told skillfully and with flair. Meetings are Fridays 2:30-4P.
Saturdays on the Plaza – enjoy a local offering of fresh produce, flowers and plant starts, artisan goods and a food court. Summer Market Hours: 9A-2P April-December. Winter Market hours: 10A-2P January-March
Sundays, 2-4 through 9/11/2022 – Arcata Main Street proudly presents a Summer Concert Series to bring music to our Arcata Plaza lawn weekly for ten weeks. Featuring all-local talent, this is a fun free afternoon event for the whole family to enjoy in #downtownarcata while we #shoparcata. Aug 7 – Sept 4 will also feature the Sunday Art Market on 8th Street! Get band line-up on our website.
Ongoing meditation sessions open to the public. Click the link for the schedule.
Through Arcata Recreation Division, many offerings include Volleyball, Table Tennis, Pickleball, Basketball, Badminton and Drumming. Check the link for full details.
Every first Monday of the month from 4-5P at North Town Coffee. Learn business skills, share your ideas, networking.
Games ongoing in Summer. Find full details on the Crab’s baseball season in the link above.
The First Sunday of every month, 9A-4P – NEW LOCATION, Arcata Community Center. $2, under 13 free. 707-822-7091
The Humboldt Handweavers and Spinners Guild is a non profit social organization for anyone interested in textile arts.
First and Second Friday of every month, 5-7P. Speak your native language. Teach someone a language. Learn a language. At Familia Coffee.
8-10:30P Join the new Latin social dance event with DJ B-Suave Every 3rd Friday at Redwood Raks, Arcata Suggested donation $5–$10 December dancing will be on the 9th. ONGOING through March 2023.
Join Friends of the Dunes for a guided walk at the Lanphere Dunes- a Unit of the Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge. Meet at Pacific Union School in Arcata! First Saturday of every month form 10A-1P.
7-9:30P Join Joel Sonenshein as he leads you in song every first Thursday of the month, singing your favorite folk, pop and rock songs of the Sixties and Seventies. Songbooks are provided, so all you need to bring is your voice. Participants are welcome to pass out copies of any tune they’d especially like to sing. There is a drop in fee of $3.00 charged by the City of Arcata. Joel can be reached at 707-407-6496 or by email in link.
Redwood Coast Woodturners meets monthly to exchange ideas, instruction and techniques for safe and successful woodturning. The club welcomes beginning and experienced turners. Meetings include a themed project demo, show and tell opportunities and plenty of informal Q&A. Sharing knowledge about tool handling, wood resources and finishing is a perfect way to learn or expand your enjoyment in the rewarding experience of woodturning. Contact: [email protected] Happening the Second Saturday of the month, 1-3P at Almquist Lumber.
Classes in Arcata
Third and First Thursday of every month. 4-7P Create with others freely or work on a guided project. Bring your own supplies or use what’s around to collage, paint, draw, make an art book, etc. 822-0898 Also, check out their website for info about ongoing classes/workshops which require pre-registration.
At Body High, we believe that every person possesses their own unique beauty and sexiness. Our talented team of teachers provide expert training to allow each and every person to access this inner beauty and let it shine. Our space is open to everyone of every age, shape, and gender who desire to have fun, get fit, and embody their sexiness.
Reasonably priced variety of classes to prepare you for medical or emergency situations and receive your certification. Hosted by the Arcata Volunteer Fire Dept. Various classes and availability. Follow link for classes happening now. [email protected] for scheduling and registration.
5:30-6:45P, An open-level dance class exploring some of the many Latin dance styles inspired by the teachers Brazilian roots.
Redwood Raks Collective in Arcata, $15 drop-in price.
Monthly Sound Healing: First Thursday, 6-7:30P- Acupuncture and Sound Healing at Arcata Healing Arts Center $30 Third Thursday, 6-7:30P- Sound Immersion at Sacred Geometrix Living Center $20 Call Jen Madrone for more information, 707-499-4441
With Julian Lang, at the United Indian Health Services, in Arcata. Happens weekly on Thursdays at 5:30-6:30P
In this intimate, heart-centered monthly circle, we will gather in community to honor, open to, and move through our collective pain for the world in these times, understanding our grief as evidence of planetary interconnection and a radical pathway for transformation. Drawing on the Work that Reconnects and the wisdom of many other teachers for our times, each circle will interweave meditation, gentle breath work, restorative yoga, poetry/readings, and the opportunity to share and connect with one another, all within a safe, trauma-conscious container. This community offering invites us to embody rest and slowness, to ground and balance the nervous system, to nourish and open our hearts, and to create mutually held space to be vulnerable together. All bodies are welcome, no yoga experience is required. First Saturdays, ongoing 3-5P $15-30 sliding-scale donation 12 spots per circle, please register ahead of time – no drop-ins
Founded in 2007, Om Shala lived in an upstairs space on 10th street in Arcata until the pandemic closed the doors. In 2020, the studio transitioned into a smaller and more sustainable space near the Arcata Marsh, and we are grateful to be able to gather again to practice. Yoga Classes are Sliding Scale $10-$20. Drop-ins are welcome! Types of Classes we Offer: Ashtanga Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Gentle and Hatha Yoga.
Shooting range, offering skill building classes in conjunction with local groups, shops, etc.
Click the link to see the full schedule of how this local organization is “Continuing to Celebrate a World of Dance in Arcata’s Creamery Building” Ongoing and drop-in classes available for adults and children.
SUNNY BRAE MUSIC SCHOOL
Piano, Guitar, Ukelele and Vocals offered in short & sweet classes for all ages!
Call teacher Katie at 707-601-2434, to schedule a lesson today.
Fridays 6-7P ONGOING through April 2023 – Women’s Brazilian Jiu Jitsu classes with Kate Mahon. Come learn the art of BJJ and all of its benefits. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is a predominantly ground-based martial art, using the principals of leverage, angles, pressure and timing, as well as knowledge of the human anatomy, in order to achieve a non-violent submission of one’s opponent. Good for self defense and physical and mental health.
Housed in the old Arcata and Mad River Depot, the museum collection and changing exhibitions reflect the history of Blue Lake. Photograph and document files are available for research. Open Sunday, Tuesday & Wednesday from 1-4pm., April through September. Winter hours are by appointment only.
Public Skate is Friday and Saturday from 6-9P. Check the link for special events and the full schedule.
Every Sunday from in the Heart of Blue Lake 8/21 – 9/25th 1P -5P Artisan Vendors, Farmers Market, Live Music, Food, Libations
Dell’Arte is the work of an extraordinary community of artists located amid the redwoods and rugged beauty of California’s North Coast. Check the link for current offerings and shows.
The hatchery is located about one mile southeast of Blue Lake on the south side of the river. Mad River Hatchery is operated by the California Department of Fish & Game. It was built by the California Wildlife Conservation Board to enhance salmon and steelhead populations in the North Coast streams of California. The annual production of Mad River Hatchery is currently 250,000 steelhead yearlings, 64,000 catchable Rainbow trout and varying numbers of chinook smolts and yearlings and coho yearlings depending on the number of adults trapped the previous season. The salmon smolts are 3 to 4 inches long and the salmon and steelhead yearlings are 6 to 10 inches long when released. The salmon and steelhead are released back into the Mad River and catchable Rainbows are planted in the spring and fall, into several lakes in the surrounding lakes. Check Department of Fish and Game regulations for specifications on license requirements, daily fishing limit and designated fishing season.
10:30A-12P – An in-person sharing space for songwriters to play original songs. Structured into six-minute blocks per person on a vetted sign-up format (no walk ups). A chance to play live with an audience who support the songwriting process. Details on Facebook page in link. This is an ongoing event at Abundance Upcycle Boutique Blue Lake. Free/Donation.
Featuring North Coast Dance, The Eureka Symphony and more.
6-9P First Saturdays in Old Town Eureka – Art, Music, Community
Offering community and monthly rides throughout Humboldt County. Consider joining us to help support our work on trails and our commitment to education in the “Gentle Use” of stock animals and our public land resources. The Redwood Unit of the Backcountry Horsemen of California is based in Eureka. Many members live in outlying areas primarily in Humboldt and Del Norte Counties, but we have members from all over the U.S. Our Public Lands of Interest include The Lost Coast, Redwood National Park, Humboldt Redwoods State Park, The Marble Mountain Wilderness Area, Trinity Alps Wilderness Area, Yolla Bolly Wilderness, as well as several BLM management areas, and county park beaches.
5-7 P Every Wednesday. Come to play chess and meet others that enjoy playing. All levels welcome. At the Arcata Community Center.
Whether a tourist or a local, a stop in Old Town Eureka is not complete without a visit to the Clarke Historical Museum. Founded by Eureka High School teacher Cecile Clarke, the museum has been housed in the landmark Bank of Eureka building since 1960. The Clarke Museum proudly displays the rich history of Humboldt County, which includes vibrant Native American cultures, gold rush settlements, the lumber industry, prosperous ranching, farming and livelihoods wrung from the sea. Walking through period rooms and changing exhibits, visitors can glimpse Victorian elegance, remarkable craftsmanship, and everyday work, home, life and play from Humboldt County’s past.
Bring your easy-to-transport, easy to clean up craft project and join other crafters at this weekly drop-in crafting circle. This is a great opportunity to meet other people and get inspired! Thursdays, 12:30-2P
We are a cluster of open-air vehicles, moving together through downtown and neighborhood streets with the sound of cheers and bells rather than motors. We are there to inspire local transportation alternatives. We’re staying somewhat orderly — but making our presence known! Having fun!
5:30-8:30 Every Friday in Old Town through September 30th!
Local makers, farmer’s market, food vendors, music, local businesses open late and more!
Tennis classes and lessons with certified experienced Tennis Pros, Private and Group Lessons available, all levels welcomed and encouraged, weekly beginner and intermediate adult and junior classes, play tennis year-round, accepting new members.
Take a ride on Humboldt’s historic rails with a scenic trip along the bay across the Eureka Slough on Timber Heritage Association’s crew car rail speeder! Fun for the whole family! Halvorsen Park on Saturdays from 10A-4P
$8 / $7 Senior (62+) / $8 Adults (18-62) / $4 Children (2-17) / Free Children (0-2)
Seasonal offering of free produce.
Join interpreter William on an hour-long ADA-accessible walking tour of the 19th century military outpost, focusing on its history, Euro-American colonists and Indigenous people. Rain cancels. Check North Coast Redwoods Facebook page for updates. 707-445-6567
Thursdays, 10A-1P Ongoing, and seasonal. Freshest local produce, meat, fish, cheese, eggs, bread, flowers and more. Plus music and hot food vendors.
New collectors and experts welcome. Learn about stamps, collecting and see local experts in stamps share their collections. Refreshments, social time, guest speaker, stamp collection sharing, and club stamp auction. Meetings happen the 4th Tuesday of each month. 6-8P.
The Humboldt Yacht Club has actively promoted recreational boating on Humboldt Bay and surrounding waters since 1938. We have a full calendar of events for dinghies, keelboats, offshore, lagoon and in-bay racing, as well as many social events during the year. Most of all, we provide sailors and other recreational boaters with a community of fellow enthusiasts. Our beautiful clubroom is located in the west-wing of the Wharfinger Building. Themed potluck dinners and general membership meetings are held at 6P on the 2nd Friday of each month except for Jan/Sept/Dec when we have other official events/ceremonies. Follow the link for more details.
Main Stage produces a three show season of musicals at the Arkley Center for the Performing Arts annually in addition to special events. Our artistic mission is centered producing reimagined classics and new works. Our Youth Division also programs a variety of youth education opportunities running throughout the year.
Tuesdays, BINGO at 6P
Tuesdays, Cribbage Club at 6:15P
Questions or want to learn how to play? Call Peggy or Rick Shea 707-444-3161
Wednesdays, Weekly. We gather for our weekly Mother’s Village. Come join this wonderful group of moms for some warm tea, nourishing foods, and wonderful conversation. Our groups are a great place for support, community, friendships, and nourishment. We welcome all local mothers and offer childcare for the little ones. We meet from 10 – 11:30 am upstairs at the Ink People Office (627 3rd St. Eureka, CA). $15 dollars to attend. More details in comments in link. We’d love to see you there.
- 1/11-2/5/23 – Blues in the Night
- 3/1-3/26 – The Cherry Orchard
- 4/19-5/14 – Murder on the Links
- 6/7-7/2 – Eleanor
- 7/19-8/13 – Pippin
Tuesdays, 10A-1P through 10/31/22 Fresh local produce, eggs, bread, specialty sourdough donuts and more. Plus music and hot food vendors. Market match for CalFresh EBT customers. (707) 441-9999
A summer block party with vintage, second hand, artisan vendors and more. (707) 601-9667. Third Sunday of every month, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Continues through Oct. 16
An LGBTQ+ Professionals Networking Mixer held the last Wednesday of every month from 4-6:30P, providing an open and welcoming environment for all people of the LGBTQ+ community as well as friends, allies, and business professionals who value diversity and inclusivity. Enjoy a relaxed atmosphere with great food, drinks, and an opportunity to make new business connections and friends.
At the Adorni Center, Drop-in, indoor. Check the link for the full schedule.
Full court pickup basketball at the Adorni Center. Plus, open gym shoot around basketball daily. Visit website link for the full basketball schedule for September.
All ages and adult-only skating happening at various dates/times. Check the link to see the Facebook page. Happening at The Eureka Municipal Auditorium.
Join us for a monthly Real Estate Industry Networking mixer in beautiful Phatsy Kline’s in Old Town Eureka! If you have expertise in the following areas OR are interested in home or commercial business ownership, this is the place to be! ~ Real Estate Agents ~ Mortgage Brokers ~ Title & Escrow Agents ~ Home Inspectors ~ Attorneys & CPA’s ~ Landlords / Property Managers ~ Contractors ~ Prospective Buyers. This will be a monthly event occurring every 3RD WEDNESDAY OF THE MONTH!
Redwood Curtain’s vision is to produce professional theatre of consistently extraordinary quality, creating a draw for the Arts Tourist to Humboldt County, and creating a home for theatre artists where they will be paid for their time and skills, and treated with respect.
- 10/5-10/9 – MadSummer
- 11/4-11/19 – The Lifespan of a Fact
We are located in Samoa, Ca – just over the bridge from Old Town and open Weds/Fri/Sun year-round, weather permitting. Riders of all ages, 1-100, come out and ride and race BMX as a healthy fun way to “get off of the couch” and stay active. Please follow our Facebook and/or Instagram page at Redwood Empire BMX for the most current updates.
Monthly meetings happening the first Tuesday of each month from 6-7P. Calling all combat veterans and all veterans eligible for membership in Veterans of Foreign Wars to meet comrades and learn about events in the renovated Memorial Building. (707) 443-5331
Ongoing various races. Click the link to see the schedule!
Bring your easy-to-transport, easy to clean up craft project and join other crafters at this weekly drop-in crafting circle. This is a great opportunity to meet other people and get inspired! 12:30-2P
Classes in Eureka
Art Club is a place for people to create in community every first Wednesday from 6:30-8:30 pm. Each time, you can come for the conversation and bring your own project to work on -OR- you can partake in a special art project where you’ll be provided with the materials and basic instruction.visit stainedghost.com to sign up/learn about future Art Clubs.
Free drum classes and practice with Jesse Johnathon at Synapsis! We meet every Wednesday 7-8:30P at 1675 Union Street, Eureka. Drums provided! Note: Time and day of meeting changes seasonally, check the link (FB page) for current meeting times.
7-9P Ongoing, Thursdays through the Ink People Center For the Arts. With a live model. Bring your own art supplies. Call (707) 362-9392 to contact Clint.
Everything from yoga, to line dancing. Check the link for the schedule.
Discover a simpler and more efficient way and discover your hidden inner strength. Wed-Sat until 01/30, with various class times to choose from. Advanced registration required, Eureka. (18+) 707-362-4621
10-11A EnerChi is comprised of easy-to-learn, modified tai chi forms aimed at improving well-being. Low-impact movements are practiced in a slow, flowing sequence to progress strength, balance and focus. Chair support is offered to facilitate standing stability and seated exercise options. Starts Sept. 23. Fridays through Dec. 31st Adorni Recreation Center 1011 Waterfront Drive Eureka
Spirit Medicines is a Folk Healing Center/Centro de Sanacion based in Curanderismo. It is ancestral medicine for healing the spirit. We offer ceremony, classes, and healings all based in Mexica y Maya Cosmology. Xochi runs the center with help of her Apprentice Sandra and her K’iche Mayan Gransdmothers/Maestras are visitor healers. Offering Classes, Workshops, Art and more.
All classes take place at Synapsis Nova – 212 G Street, Suite 102, Eureka
Click HERE for the weekly/monthly class schedule.
Enter through the double doors and go down the hall and to the right!
Please contact them with any questions or to schedule your event or private studio time: Leslie Castellano 707-616-3104
We Help create stronger bodies through the low impact Pilates Method, starting at your core. We will keep you motivated and challenged while giving you better posture, balance, increased strength and flexibility. We promise not to make it boring along the way.
Fitness-focused with yoga undertones, WARRIOR Rhythm increases strength, flexibility and balance through movement and musical motivation. At the Adorni Center, Wednesdays, 12:15-1 through 12/31/22
Held Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:30-6:30P at the Historic Eagle House in their bright and beautiful yoga room that overlooks Humboldt Bay.
This class offers a slower style Zumba experience. Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow moves to create a one-of-a kind fitness program. Routines feature interval training sessions with fast and slow rhythms to tone and sculpt your body while burning fat. Tuesdays and Thursdays 9-10A at the Adorni Center.
Ferndale Repertory Theatre, affectionately FRT, is the oldest (and largest) of the North Coast’s resident community theatres. The company, which began as Ferndale Little Theatre in 1972, is housed at the Hart Theatre building, built in 1920 in the Victorian Village of Ferndale. Through the leadership of Artistic Producing Director Leira V. Satlof, a dedicated Board of Directors, and a county-wide cadre of multi-talented volunteers, FRT is a vibrant part of Humboldt County’s performing arts scene, producing multiple main stage productions throughout the year, as well as a number of special events.
Classes in Ferndale
Located in the Victorian Village of Ferndale, California, The Old Steeple resides in the 115+ year-old former Methodist church alongside Ferndale Music Company. This gorgeous example of turn-of-the-century Victorian architecture sits next to the town cemetery at 246 Berding Street. The facility features gorgeous stained glass windows, ADA accessibility, 225 seats and professional sound. Contact Ferndale Music Company at 707-786-7030
Stroll Downtown Fortuna on the First Friday of May, June, July, August and September from 6 – 9 pm. Enjoy Local Artists and Musicians along with evening specials, food, and refreshments. All of this, and more, brought to you by The Downtown Merchants
9/22, 10/12 – 11:30-12:30 Drive-thru & walk-up. Walk-ups enter from David Way. For more information, go to www.foodforpeople.org or call (707) 445-3166. 2331 Rohnerville Road, Fortuna
Tuesdays, 3-6P through 10/25 at 10th and Main Street
Grab your friends and get FUNKY in Fortuna the Last Saturday of every month! This is and 18+ event, and the cover fee of $5.50 includes your skate rental. Meet at Rohner Park anytime between 6:30-9:30P.
Open every weekend 11A-dark. Rentals and paint available on site, open to parties and groups with pre-registration. Follow the link or call (707) 498-3835 for information.
MONTHLY FLEA MARKET
First Saturday of every month, 8A-4P
Local arts, products and goods at Grace Good Shepherd Church, 1450 Hiller Rd in Mckinleyville.
Check their website’s calendar for other classes and offerings.
The Fieldbrook Winery is open every Sunday, 12N-5P, featuring wine tastings, beer on tap, and appetizers/salads from the winery kitchen garden. Drop-ins welcome, but online reservations are required for wood-fired pizza.
The McKinleyville Community Choir is a non-profit organization that gives free seasonal concerts to the public, directed by Jon Reisdorf. The choir originated in the early 2000’s in McKinleyville. However, members hail from Trinidad to Eureka and beyond. If you like to sing, please join us. Reading music or any prior experience is not necessary. You just need to carry a tune to join our “music family.” Sheet music and CD’s are available for practice. Besides singing, we welcome members who play a variety of instruments. Accompany the singers with a guitar, sax, violin, drums or any other instrument. Also, try your hand at being a soloist. The choir could use volunteers willing to help with photography, graphics or writing skills. Rehearsals are every Thursday evening from 6:30 to 8:30 at the Lutheran Church of Arcata at 151 E. 16 th Street, close to the college campus. To join or volunteer contact Clare at: [email protected] or call 831-419-3247.
Thursdays, 3P through 10/27 – Farm fresh produce, music and hot food vendors. Trained, ADA certified, service animals only. Market match for CalFresh EBT customers. (707) 441-9999
10-11:30A, Join in for a nourishing meal and a strong village of local mothers. $15 includes breakfast. Every Thursday at 1639 Central Ave, Suite B, Mckinleyville.
Classes in McKinleyville
Founded by Monique Riofrio, Chazelle Owens, and Amelia McLean, Crystalline Collective is a group of lightworkers who offer yoga, meditation, sound healing, hypnotherapy and more. We are here to support people in healing themselves by sharing techniques that are known to unblock energy and raise personal vibrations. Our mission is ultimately to assist in the ascension towards Unity Consciousness.
Cultivate peace through breath, movement, and meditation. Move through an invigorating sequence to raise energy with your community. $5-$15 suggested donation! Every Friday, 6-7:15P at Abbey of the Redwoods in McKinleyville.
Traditional southern style Chinese Martial Art. Beginers welcome. Ages 16 and up. Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5:30-6:30
Join in-person at Abbey of the Redwoods for a rejuvenating, mellow flow. Based on vinyasa, this practice will guide you to connect and gently move your body, before settling into a restorative, heart-opening finish. $5-$15 suggested donation! Tuesdays, 6-7:15P. 1450 Hiller Road, McKinleyville. 262-666-1894
11A-3P, The Season begins May 6th and will be happening every Friday through September. The Garberville Farmers’ Market offers farm fresh fruits and vegetables, crafts, meat, oysters, and more! Find hot foods for lunch as you shop. Come by this fun, family friendly event at Garberville Town Square.
11A-12N, Every Saturday! – Meet Nature Guide Griff at Founders Grove in Humboldt Redwoods State Park. The trail is less than a half-mile long and is ADA accessible. There will be frequent stops to discuss the awesomeness that is the redwoods, the history of the land, and the wildlife who call it home. 17119 Avenue of Giants in Weott. 707-946-2409
8-11A All the pancakes you can eat made from scratch using Mattole grown organic Hindley wheat, fresh organic eggs cooked any way you like them, choice of bacon or sausage, ground and spiced by Kurt at Ferndale Meat Company, coffee or milk, organic orange juice. Happening the 3rd Sunday of the month through November 19th.
Mondays, 2-6P through October 31st. Fresh produce, herbs and teas, eggs, plants and more. Market match for CalFresh EBT customers.
OUR VISION: “To create a dynamic Theatrical venue where we foster and support opportunities in the performing arts that inspire, educate and empower our community” As a non-profit organization managed by a volunteer board of directors and community advisors, we welcome energy and ideas that will inspire cultural creativity.
Tuesdays, 11-3 through 10/25/22 at Mario’s Marina Bar
3-4:30 P – Ongoing at Gyppo Ale Mill Sundays
2-4P Join us for Tea & Tarot in the Heart Full Hive’s Garden Gallery each Sunday afternoon – weather permitting. Bring a cup for tea and something to share (wisdom, talent, an open heart , food, ….).Come down and let your intuition select the cards your spirit is yearning to hear from, then read what the cards mean and reflect on their meaning while sipping tea and meeting new people and connecting with friends.
8A-5P Trailhead Hosts welcome and engage the public on busy summer weekends, available to answer questions, provide maps, talk beach safety, and share information about the King Range/Lost Coast
Classes in So Hum
Mateel Aikido program provides low cost training for children and adults in the Japanese martial art of Aikido. Led by Sensei Russell Wisby, 707-986-7054
Open to the public, M-F 9A-4:30P, they are a fully-equipped marine lab situated in close proximity to rocky coastlines, quiet bays and lagoons, salt marshes, sandy beaches, and estuarine sloughs. The climate is maritime with cool wet winters and warmer dry summers with regular coastal fog. The lab offers self-guided tours, tide pooling nearby and Marine Science Summer Camp. The Telonicher Marine Lab is a part of the College of Natural Resources & Sciences at Cal Poly Humboldt.
Trinidad Art Nights for 2022 are on the last Saturday of the month from April to September. The entire town of Trinidad hosts art events with live music, so come join the fun! At these events we celebrate the month’s featured artists along with music and snacks.
11A-3P – Next to Murphy’s Market (Exit 728 off CA-101) Featuring wonderful works of art and crafts from local artisans, live music by a variety of Humboldt’s finest musicians and delicious barbecue.
11A-3P, Make the Trinidad Flea-Art your destination the first Saturday of every month to support local vendors and crafters presenting their wares in beautiful Trinidad. (707) 834-8720
11A-12N Starting December 4th – Every Sunday 11-noon at Trinity Herbals and Wellness Center! In those darkest days of the year it feels so good to get some movement! This is a sober family friendly all ages space. $10 suggested donation- no one will be turned away for lack of funds.
6-9P – Game nights, ongoing 9/2, 10/14, 11/11, 12/9
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The Humboldt Bay Mycological Society is an organization of community members and professionals united by an interest in the fungi of northwestern California. We are a non-profit organization formed in 1978 with a current membership of about 70 people and welcome all who share an interest in fungi. Our principle aims are to add to the knowledge of members and the public at large. We seek to accomplish these goals by means of monthly informative meetings to which the public is invited, field trips, workshops and an annual Mushroom Fair. A newsletter which gives news, announcements, photographs and articles about fungi is produced monthly from September through May. Our members have many interests including identification of fungi, ecology, photography, cooking, dying textiles, and cultivation. Monthly meetings with special lectures/presentations and seasonal field trips.
We are Humboldt Folklife. We strive to support and celebrate local music and dance through festivals, dances, and workshops. Check their website for more info. They also have a great resource list of local arts organizations.
Monthly Meetings: First Thursday of each month from 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM. Hoppy Hour: Third Tuesday of each month from 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM. Location(s): see Humboldt Homebrewers Facebook Group for the next meeting location(s). Email us to be added to the mailing list for club info and meeting times/locations.
Humbugs VWs is a place where all VW enthusiasts can share their interest in VWs. The Humbugs VW Car Club started in July 2004 and has a shared interest in getting VW folks together in any way they can. This group provides an avenue for all VW folks to share their enthusiasm.
The annual Mad River Steelhead Derby that starts on 1/1/23 at 6A and will run through 2/28/23 at 6P. Three biggest fish in the adult division will win $500 first place, $300 second place, $150 third place. Three winners in the youth division, 16 years and under will win $100, $75, $50 gift certificates. Plus, three best steelhead fishing videos will win prizes from our sponsors and weekly raffle drawings for registered Derby anglers. Follow the Derby on social media!
We are a nonprofit that promotes disc golf, both recreational and competitive.
REDWOOD REGION AUDUBON
Offering a variety of meetings, talks, twice-weekly hikes/walks and docent-led activities throughout the area. Check out their website and link at http://www.rras.org/calendar.aspx
11A-3P – Ongoing event happening all Fall! Bring your apples, containers and some friends. First come first serve. Donations accepted for use of our gear and labor.
First Saturday of every month, sunrise to sundown! Redwood National and State Parks – Prairie Creek Redwoods in Orick
Classes in Greater Humboldt
Dandelion Herbal Center offers classes and field trips for herb students ranging from the beginner interested primarily in basic herbal crafting techniques to advanced students seeking to enhance their careers in complementary medicine. We welcome students to our beautiful classroom and teaching gardens in Kneeland, CA in northern Humboldt County as well as for adventures across the region.
The multiple branches of the Humboldt County Library offers a wide variety of events and activities, from story times for children, Origami Club, Crafting Circle and more. Check their website for a full list of the ongoing and special events happening.
Learn to play in a relaxed group setting. For class times and locations contact: Deanna Sanders – [email protected]