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Events & Classes

Events Calendar for September, 2017

Current Exhibit: Created Images IV
Features the Humboldt Open Air Landscape Painters and Friends.
Continues through October 29th.

Sunday, 10th, 1:00-4:00 p.m.
Opening Reception: for “Under Humboldt Skies II“.  The Humboldt Open-Air Landscape Painters and Friends return with new works. This show adds a new dimension of outdoor works in progress. Last summer we enjoyed painters in a sunny landscape of the art center grounds- clearly something to repeat!


Friday, 15th,
7:00 p.m.

Third Friday Jazz: RLA with returning guest, Miss Claire Bent. Claire is probably the most sought after young jazz singer in Humboldt. Her subtle phrasing coupled with a unique scat style, create a performance like no other. She is a regular through the whole Humboldt area, and has performed many times with RLA.   $5-20 sliding scale, Refreshments available.

 

 


Sunday, 17th,
10:00 a.m.
Gaia’s Love: A nature-based spirituality group exploring the healing virtues of nature.  Led by Roy King, 834-3008 royjking2@hotmail.com.

 

 



Friday 22nd,
7:30p.m.

Fourth Friday Flicks: presents Harold and Maude, one of the iconic comedies of the 1970’s. Ruth Gordon, as Maude, shows a repressed young man how to open up to life by participating in her lunatic adventures.  $5-10 sliding scale, Refreshments available.

 

 


Sunday 24th,
1-3 p.m.

Song Village: Hosted by Musician in Residence, Seabury Gould. Folk songs and other songs conducive to group singing. Fun, informal and uplifting! Info: 707-845-8167

 

 


Saturday 30th:
6:00-8:00p.m.

Book Signing with Teresa Whitehawk:
Stories From the Twisted Hairs is a collection of ten short stories spanning the 1970’s to now.  Whitehawk has examined life experiences through the lens of a Black woman, an American woman, and an Asian woman. She will read a portion of a story and give a short talk. $5 suggested donation.

 

 

Events Calendar for August, 2017


Saturday, Aug. 5th, 1
:00-3:30 p.m.

Sonic Mandala Meditation: A workshop with *deSTINA.’Our voices will be vehicles of intention, creating sonic landscapes of healing frequencies. We will open the chakra flow, connecting our heart with our throat, creating truthful and loving communication. Trusting in ourselves and the guiding force of our voice, we have the potential to learn about our voice as an entity and tool for self-healing.’ $15-20 *bio on reverse side.

 

Saturday, Aug. 12th, 2:00 p.m.

An Afternoon with Kiara Windrider: Films to precede presentation: 5 Truths about Earth’s Magnetic Reversal: (8 min.) What a Magnetic Reversal Means for Earth: (20 min.) The #1 Risk to Earth (21 min.) Kiara, MA, is a psychotherapist and author, whose great passion has been to investigate the journey of human evolution in context of long-range cycles of time. He has approached this study through the eyes of shamans, geologists, historians, physicists, prophets and mystics, and come to the firm conviction that we stand collectively at the brink of a quantum evolutionary leap beyond our wildest dreams. Inka meditation offered at close. $10-$15 sliding scale. Refreshments available.

Friday, Aug. 18th, 7:00 p.m.

Third Friday Blues: Prepare yourself for an evening of acoustic/electric blues. Jim Lahman, Dale Cash, Ron Perry and Bill Moehnke will present blues from the turn of the century to today! Dancing is recommended. $5-20 sliding scale

 

Sunday, Aug. 20th, 10:00-11a.m.

Gaia’s Love: A nature-based spirituality group exploring the healing virtues of nature. Led by Roy King, 834-3008 royjking2@hotmail.com.

 

 


Friday, Aug. 25th,
7:00 p.m.

Fourth Friday Flicks: presents “All the President’s Men” (1978) The definitive Watergate scandal film. Dustin Hoffman, Robert Redford, Jason Robards, “Those who fail to learn from the past are condemned to repeat it.” -Santayana

 

 


Sunday, Aug. 27th,
1:00-3:00 p.m.

Song Village: Hosted by Musician in Residence, Seabury Gould. Folk songs and songs conducive to group singing. Fun, informal and uplifting! Info: 707-845-8167

Events Calendar for July 2017

Sunday, July 2nd, 1:00-4:00 p.m.

Opening Reception: “Created Images IV” featuring work by Annie Reid, Bosha Struve. Dianne Williams, Donna Rosebaugh, George Ventura, Hal Work, and Pam Cone, who create art using a variety of digital techniques. Refreshments.

Sunday, July 2nd, 7:00 p.m.

Joanne Rand: vocals & guitar, w/ Rob Diggins & Jolianne Einem, violins. Touring for 30 years, once voted North Bay Area’s Best Acoustic Band, Rand shares her brand of roots music, fiery anthems, and stories. Her 16th CD made a 2017 folk DJ most-played-list nationwide. “One of the year’s freshest, most distinctive offerings. “-Roots Music Report. “Absolutely captivating… Startling and beautiful …exceptional” -No Depression. $5- 20 suggested. Refreshments available. For album and touring information visit JoanneRandMusic.com
http://JoanneRandMusic.com

Friday, July 21st, 7:00 p.m.

Third Friday Jazz: features RLa w/ vibraphonist/composer Jonathan Kipp, who has played in Zacatecas, Mexico, w/ Andrea Sullivan, Isaías Flores Lugo, La Orquesta de la Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas, and La Filarmónica Zacatecas.  Locally he performs w/ Calliope and Timbata as well as the likes of Taylor Ho Bynum and Jenny Scheinman. He studied percussion with Eugene Novotney, Howard Kaufman and Dan Aldag at HSU.  $5.00 to $20.00 sliding scale. Refreshments available

Sunday, July 23rd, 10:00- 11:00 a.m.

Gaia’s Love A nature-based spirituality group exploring the healing virtues of nature. Led by Roy King, 834-3008 royjking2@hotmail.com.

Sunday, July 23rd, 1:00-3:00 p.m.

Song Village: A fun, friendly & informal monthly singing gathering, hosted by Musician in Residence, Seabury Gould. With folk songs and songs conducive to group singing, we gather to form a “Vocal community”. Think globally, sing locally. Info: seaburygould.com. 707-845-8167

Friday, July 28th, 7:00 p.m.

Fourth Friday Flicks: featuring “The Big Heat”, an emotionally intense 1953 film by veteran film noir director Fritz Lang. Stars Glen Ford, with Gloria Graham and Lee Marvin. $5-10 sliding scale. Refreshments available

Friday, July 29th, 7:30 p.m.

deSTINA and RLa. Celebrating Billie Holiday!

Copenhagen-born singer deSTINA has lived the past seven years in South America where she is a versatile performer and recording artist on the scene in Bahia, Brazil. Jazz, soul, funk & world music are woven into the tapestry of her musical life there, and she is currently working on a solo project creating organic & electronic soundscapes. $5-20 Refreshments available. Fine & Mellow – Lady Day: deSTINA sings Billie Holiday:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XuMStCytDx8

$5-20 sliding scale. Refreshments available.

Sunday, July 30th, 9:30 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.

Annual Treasures, and Trinkets Flea Market!  A fun place to find just the thing: gifts, plants, cd’s, jewelry, silver, clothing, housewares and furniture; plus, just down the road you can pick up a pie at the Westhaven Blackberry Festival or listen to live music and more! WCA is currently accepting donations of saleable items for this fundraiser, and also a number of spaces are available for sellers for a small contribution. Call 707-834-2479 for more information.

 

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