Events

January 2020 Calendar of Events & Special Workshops

Sunday, January 12th

1:00-4:00 p.m.

Opening Reception for “The Elements of Humboldt Through Rainbow Eyes,” featuring works by Artist in Residence Crystal Ange. This is an interactive multimedia show based on Earth, Water, Fire and Air, and includes framed art, photography, jewelry, journals, resin, sewn pieces and wands. Meet the Artist! Enjoy refreshments! 

erica m haines goddess yoga

Sunday, January 12th

7:00-9:00 p.m.

Goddess Meditation: For busy women and moms to cultivate a personal spiritual practice, with Erica M. Haines. $25 inquiries: 707-599-5056 facebook.com/emhaines

It’s always something, pulling you in 5 different directions… Kids, dishes, work, relationships,Your mind swirls with pressures, expectations, obligations. Your nervous system is on hyper-alert, Rarely, do you get to experience Satisfaction or Relax. Goddess Meditation is an Invitation to come away from all of that. Come be seen, felt, heard, welcomed. You might feel like spiritual practice is nice – but for other people… You may think that meditation would probably benefit you, but it doesn’t really fit… Let’s be honest, do you even relate to being a Goddess or very Feminine?

Of course Self Care is nice, but sometimes it’s just another thing on the list! Goddess Meditation is Permission. Learn to amplify your Life force & conduct energy. Deeply and deliciously connect with Love, within you & from All Around You. Plant the seeds to cultivate your very own practice of personal self connection. Self honoring, Centeredness. Devotion. Link to facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/2788574691199883/

Friday, January 17th

7:00 p.m.

Third Friday Jazz: “Bird Goes to 52nd St.” Versatile violinist, Rob Diggins, joins forc-es with RLA for an evening of sophisticated chamber jazz, with Synthia, Burl & Roth: Rob’s self-made 5-string synthviolin, 5-string electric violin, and acoustic violin.

RLA members are Kenneth Lawrence, bass, Mike LaBolle, drums & Tim Randles, keys. They will be jammin’ and jivin’ with the well-loved tunes from the Great American Songbook. Refreshments available. $5-20 sliding scale.

Sunday, January 19th
10:00-11:00 a.m.
Gaia’s Love: A nature-based spirituality group Led by Roy King.

Saturday, January 19th

1:00-3:00 p.m. 

Song Village: Hosted by Seabury Gould.  Folk songs & songs conducive to group singing. Fun, & uplifting! 845-8167 www.seaburygould.com

Friday, January 24th

7:00 p.m.

Fourth Friday Flicks presents “A Man for all Seasons(British,1966). This film portrays Sir Thomas More’s (Paul Scofield) courageous defiance of unjust power. While all around him submitted to the king’s bullying, More, as King Henry VIII’s (Robert Shaw) Lord Chancellor of England, gave up everything in order to preserve his conscience from the rapacious demands of the King. Includes Orson Welles as Cardinal Wolsey. Seven 1967 Oscars including Best Film, Best Director (Fred Zinnemann), Best Actor, and Best Screenplay. $5 or Sliding scale.

Friday, January 31st

7:00 p.m.

Absynth Quartet:  This often zany, sometimes reckless, occasionally virtuosic and always entertaining group has performed its unique original blend of indie grass up and down the west coast and eastward for over 15 years.

Each Absynth Quartet performance is a unique experience; this show includes material for their upcoming 7th studio album “Robot 0”. They have shared the stage with Leftover Salmon, Vagabond Opera, Vieux Farka Toure, Jenny Scheinman, Billy Nershi, Hot Butter Rum, Matt Eakle and have appeared at The Strawberry Music Festival, Winter Grass, The Northwest String Summit, Kate Wolf Music Festival, Hangtown Halloween, to name a few. Band members: Ian Davidson, banjo/vocals, Ryan Roberts, guitar/vocals, tofü Mike Schwartz , drums/vocals, & John Ludington bass/vocals. $5-20 sliding scale.