LOWDOWN LOOKAHEAD!

You love fun! You love community! You love Humboldt!

Thus, in an attempt to make sure you miss zero joy opportunities, LoCO offers you this Lowdown Lookahead, a master list of all the Lowdown “red lined” events into the foreseeable future. You’re welcome! Scroll around for info on notable upcoming gatherings. 

SATURDAY, FEB. 13

Mulan (1998)
Eureka Theater / noon-2 p.m.
“The second installment in our monthly Second Saturday Kids Matinee Series. Proceeds benefit local nonprofits.”
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Humboldt Cider Company Anniversary
Humboldt Cider Company / noon-9 p.m.
“The tasting room will feature 10 amazingly delicious ciders, including special releases and a few new ciders as well. Plus Humboldt Smoke House will be present, selling all their tasty food.”
798-6023 / michelle@humboldtcidercompany.com / Web site / View Comments

A Company of Voices
Fortuna Monday Club / 7:30 p.m. / $10 / $8 students and seniors
Fortuna Concert Series presents “A Company of Voices” a group of local singers who are dedicated to the art of a’capella vocal music.
768-3231 / fortunaconcert@live.com / Web site / View Comments

Threepenny Opera
Arcata Playhouse / 8 p.m. / $18 / $5 Children 8 and younger / $16 Students/Seniors 60+
This groundbreaking work by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill will include an ensemble cast of actor/musicians who will bring both the roles and the score to life.
786-5483 / info@ferndalerep.org / Web site / View Comments

Das Barbecu
North Coast Repertory Theatre / 8 p.m. / $18
Wagner’s Ring Cycle is spun as a witty Texas fable with five actors playing more than 30 outrageous characters at breakneck speed. Songs run the gamut from Broadway to Texas swing, from jazz to twangy country and western.
442-6278 / ncrt@humboldt1.com / Web site / View Comments

Burt’s Big Band
Eureka Inn / 8-11 p.m. / $5 Recommended artist donation
Burt’s Big Band is proud to bring back a time-honored tradition. A swing dance in the Grand Lobby of the historic Eureka Inn! This is an all-ages event, so bring your valentine, your dancing shoes and come experience an authentic fourteen piece big band! Featuring guest vocalist Claire Bent.
497-6093 / bookings@rivervalleymud.com / Web site / View Comments

John Elliott and Midnight Band Practice
The Sanctuary / 8-10 p.m.
John Elliott will perform a song and story medley, appropriately themed for the Valentine’s Day Eve holiday. The performance will also include a town hall format Q&A. Thematic song requests will be honored.
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Soul Night 52
Humboldt Brews / 9 p.m. / $5 / 21+
“Soul Night may be turning 52 but that doesn’t mean the fire’s gone out. And to show how much we still love you, February 13th, we’re going to sprinkle the stage with rose petals, light up that cone of black love incense we’ve been saving since 1997, and show you the night of your lives.”
826-2739 / Web site / View Comments

Mateel Comedy Cabaret
Mateel Community Center / 9 p.m. / $10
“February features two powerhouses of comedy, Chris Riggins and Scott Simpson. Joining them are Humboldt’s own Ivy Vasquez, James Stephen, and your host Tony Persico.”
923-3368 / office@mateel.org / Web site / View Comments

Silent Disco with Thriftworks
Kate Buchanan Room / 9:30 p.m. / $10 / $5 HSU Students
“One of the Bay Area’s most experimental producers, Thriftworks! Locals Deep Groove Society and Oldgrowth Records will each have a different channel of grooves.”
826-3928 / carts@humboldt.edu / Web site / View Comments

5 Dollar Holler
Arcata Theatre Lounge / 9:30 p.m. / $5
World Famous and Arcata Theatre present a very special night curated by HYPHA featuring performance pairings and an opening DJ set.
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SUNDAY, FEB. 14

Courtney Weaver and Object Heavy
The Jam / noon-4 p.m.
Valentines Day Increase The Peace Benefit. All proceeds go to the Stop the Violence campaign.
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Humboldt Cider Company Anniversary
Humboldt Cider Company / noon-8 p.m.
“The tasting room will feature 10 amazingly delicious ciders, including special releases and a few new ciders as well. Plus Humboldt Smoke House will be present, selling all their tasty food.”
798-6023 / michelle@humboldtcidercompany.com / Web site / View Comments

Increase the Peace Benefit: Courtney Weaver and Object Heavy
The Jam / 1 p.m. / $5 / $10 sliding scale
The Jam and KHUM bring you Increase the Peace featuring Courtney Weaver and Object Heavy! All proceeds to benefit the KHUM Stop the Violence Fund. After recovering from being shot in the face, Courtney has become an outspoken advocate for Domestic Violence Prevention.
822-4766 / Web site / View Comments

Threepenny Opera
Arcata Playhouse / 2 p.m. / $18 / $5 Children 8 and younger / $16 Students/Seniors 60+
This groundbreaking work by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill will include an ensemble cast of actor/musicians who will bring both the roles and the score to life.
786-5483 / info@ferndalerep.org / Web site / View Comments

Das Barbecu
North Coast Repertory Theatre / 2 p.m. / $18
Wagner’s Ring Cycle is spun as a witty Texas fable with five actors playing more than 30 outrageous characters at breakneck speed. Songs run the gamut from Broadway to Texas swing, from jazz to twangy country and western.
442-6278 / ncrt@humboldt1.com / Web site / View Comments

Valentine Chamber Matinee
Eureka Woman’s Club / 3-4:30 p.m. / $30
Features Terrie Baune on violin, Carol Jacobson on cello and John Chernoff on piano, performing trios by Mozart and Dvořák.
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Labyrinth (1986)
Arcata Theatre Lounge / 6 p.m. / $5
Fifteen-year-old Sarah resents her baby brother Toby and secretly wishes that he will just disappear. Her wish comes true when goblins kidnap the boy. Feeling responsible and guilty about his abduction, she sets forth to retrieve him, and finds herself on the adventure of a lifetime.
822-1220 / Web site / View Comments

Love on the Rocks
Richard’s Goat Tavern and Tea Room / 9 p.m.-1 a.m. / Free / 21+
JAYMORG, hosts the second annual “Love on the rocks” party on Valentine’s day at Richard’s Goat in Arcata. Joining him are DJ Red, Spaceman Spliff and King Maxwell.
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MONDAY, FEB. 15

Soundtrack Release Party for Mary Jane: A Musical Potumentary
Richard’s Goat Tavern and Tea Room / 7-9:30 p.m. / Free
“The original motion picture soundtrack for the upcoming Dell’Arte film “Mary Jane: A Musical Potumentary” will debut for public listening and sales.”
668-5663 / info@dellarte.com / Web site / View Comments

Tommy Castro and the Painkillers
Humboldt Brews / 8 p.m. / $20 / 21+
“Night after night, Tommy Castro, a fierce and fiery road warrior, fervently delivers his driving, blues-soaked, soul-baring music to fans all over the world.”
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Tom Rhodes
The Jam / 9 p.m. / $10 / 21+
“Bigtime comedian returns to Humboldt. And it’s not over! Denver Joke Boy Zeke Herrera is coming home fot a week of shows and he’s on this one too. And rookie sensation Josh Barnes opens the show. Funny radio personality Kim Hodges hosts the show.”
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TUESDAY, FEB. 16

Joshua Davis
Humboldt Brews / 9 p.m. / $15
Joshua Davis was raised in the folk tradition: the music, the social movements, the land. He writes songs that blend the roots of American music with gritty rock n’ roll and vintage soul.
826-2739 / Web site / View Comments

WEDNESDAY, FEB. 17

Morons from Outer Space (1985)
Arcata Theatre Lounge / 6 p.m.
They came, They saw, They did a little shopping…
822-1220 / Web site / View Comments

Garrison Keillor
Van Duzer Theater / 8 p.m. / $66 / $10 HSU students
“Garrison Keillor has been called America’s greatest storyteller. To the millions who listen regularly to A Prairie Home Companion, his weekly public radio broadcast (heard locally on KHSU), this is surely an undisputed fact.”
826-3928 / Web site / View Comments

Savage Henry Presents: Sean Patton
Humboldt Brews / 9 p.m. / $15 / 21+
Sean is a comedian who has performed on many shows. Dash Kwiatkowski and Matt Redbeard open. Dr. Foxmeat hosts.
826-2739 / Web site / View Comments

Madi Simmons
Blue Lake Casino and Hotel / 9 p.m. / 21+
Local reggae star performing with with Vidagua.
668-9770 / Web site / View Comments

THURSDAY, FEB. 18

Larry Livermore, “How To Ru(i)n A Record Label”
The Works / 6 p.m. / Free
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Das Barbecu
North Coast Repertory Theatre / 8 p.m. / $18
Wagner’s Ring Cycle is spun as a witty Texas fable with five actors playing more than 30 outrageous characters at breakneck speed. Songs run the gamut from Broadway to Texas swing, from jazz to twangy country and western.
442-6278 / ncrt@humboldt1.com / Web site / View Comments

Scuber Mountain
Redwood Curtain Brewing Company / 8-11 p.m. / Free / 21+
One of Humboldt’s finest bands provides your drinking music.
826-7222 / office@redwoodcurtainbrewing.com / Web site / View Comments

Eliza Gilkyson and Nina Gerber
Arcata Playhouse / 8 p.m. / $20 / $18 Playhouse members
Eliza Gilkyson is a two-time Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter and activist who is one of the most respected musicians in folk, roots and Americana circles. Her songs have been covered by Joan Baez, Bob Geldof, Tom Rush and Rosanne Cash.
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FRIDAY, FEB. 19

McKinleyville Arts Night
McKinleyville Business Dist. / 6-8 p.m.
Celebration of arts, food and fun in McKinleyville held the third Friday of each month.
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Barn Dance
Arcata Vets Hall / 7-11 p.m. / $7 / $5 Students
The Striped Pig String Band will play, along with callers Lyndsey Battle and Nigella Mahal. Fundraiser for Mike Wilson’s campaign for Third District Humboldt County supervisor.
407-7766 / votemikewilson@gmail.com / Web site / View Comments

Das Barbecu
North Coast Repertory Theatre / 8 p.m. / $18
Wagner’s Ring Cycle is spun as a witty Texas fable with five actors playing more than 30 outrageous characters at breakneck speed. Songs run the gamut from Broadway to Texas swing, from jazz to twangy country and western.
442-6278 / ncrt@humboldt1.com / Web site / View Comments

Money
Blue Lake Casino and Hotel / 9 p.m. / 21+
Pink Floyd tribute. Dark Side of the Moon and Wish You Were Here albums will be performed in their entirety.
668-9770 / Web site / View Comments

SATURDAY, FEB. 20

Ganjier Spring Kickoff
Mateel Community Center / 10 a.m.
“Some events are just a celebration and have very little for the serious cannabis farmer. The Ganjier Spring Kickoff stands out as a focused event, bringing real products and real information to our guests. Our goal is to bring what is needed to ensure a strong and profitable harvest in 2016.”
923-3368 / Web site / View Comments

St. Baldrick’s Fundraiser
The Jam / 12:30 p.m.-6 p.m. / Free
Royal Gold Potting Soil is teaming up with The St. Baldrick’s Foundation to raise money for childhood cancer research. With Beatles tribute band Silver Hammer.
362-5174 / james@royalgoldcoco.com / Web site / View Comments

Das Barbecu
North Coast Repertory Theatre / 8 p.m. / $18
Wagner’s Ring Cycle is spun as a witty Texas fable with five actors playing more than 30 outrageous characters at breakneck speed. Songs run the gamut from Broadway to Texas swing, from jazz to twangy country and western.
442-6278 / ncrt@humboldt1.com / Web site / View Comments

The Westerlies
The Sanctuary / 8-10 p.m. / $10
“Celebrated trumpet/trombone quartet and rising stars of the chamber music world, The Westerlies, embark on a two week long west coast tour in support of their forthcoming sophomore album.”
822-0898 / info@sanctuaryarcata.org / Web site / View Comments

Va Va Voom Revue: Cupids Aftermath
Eureka Theatre / 8-11:55 p.m. / 21+
“Come out and enjoy an evening of burlesque with the Va Va Voom Burlesque Vixens in the Historic Eureka Theatre! Special guests Tucker Noir and Fuscia Rae Limited VIP tables will be available.”
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Cliff Dallas and The Death Valley Troubadours, Electro Saloon, Low Divide
The Siren’s Song Tavern / 9:30 p.m.-1 a.m.
Cliff Dallas (local Mojave Country), Electro Saloon (local Acid Country), and Low Divide (Crescent City Acoustic Rock).
442-8778 / thesirenssongtavern@gmail.com / Web site / View Comments

Peeping Thomas
Logger Bar / 9:30 p.m. / Free / 21+
The most Humboldt of bands in the most Humboldt of bars.
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SUNDAY, FEB. 21

The Black Cauldron (1985)
Arcata Theatre Lounge / 5:30 p.m. / $5
The Black Cauldron had the distinction of being the first animated feature from Disney to receive a PG rating from the MPAA, due to some frightening scenes of black magic.
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HSU Percussion Showcase
Fulkerson Recital Hall / 8-9:30 p.m. / $8 / Free HSU students / $5 seniors, children, students
Marimbas, African drums and mind-expanding madness by John Cage highlight the HSU Percussion Showcase, as three ensembles perform in this benefit to refurbish Humboldt State Calypso Band equipment during its 30th anniversary year. Directed by Eugene Novotney and Joe Bishop.
826-3928 / attentionservices@sbcglobal.net / Web site / View Comments

MONDAY, FEB. 22

Savage Henry Presents
Clam Beach Inn / 9 p.m. / $5 / 21+
Savage Henry Magazine Comedy Festival veteran Erik Krasner, Shannon Murphy and Jon Alcabes come up from the Bay area for a night of jokes.
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TUESDAY, FEB. 23

La Musique Diabolique
Redwood Curtain Brewing Company / 7-10 p.m. / Free
Local Gypsy jazz excellence.
826-7222 / office@redwoodcurtainbrewing.com / Web site / View Comments

Wheel of Karaoke
The Jam / 9 p.m. / $5 / 21+
Samantha Gilweit and Brandon Garner bring their hit Bay Area comedy show “Wheel of Karaoke!” to The Jam.
822-4766 / Web site / View Comments

Jeff Austin
Humboldt Brews / 9 p.m. / $15 / 21+
“Mandolinist Jeff Austin is celebrated for his fleet fingers and penchant for improvisation on stage.”
826-2739 / Web site / View Comments

WEDNESDAY, FEB. 24

Hyper Sapien: People from Another Star (1986)
Arcata Theatre Lounge / 6 p.m. / $5
“This is a PG family film with a science fiction background. It is fairly well dated to the 80’s with large desk computers, floppy discs, and Space Invaders.”
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THURSDAY, FEB. 25

Savage Henry Presents: Dave Stone
The Jam / 9 p.m. / $10 / 21+
Dave Stone comes to Arcata to perform at the Jambalaya. Dave’s been on Last Comic Standing, Squidbillies and Graig Ferguson. Lisa Best is featuring and the show is opened up with John McClurg and Kim Hodges. Hosted by Matt Redbeard.
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The Brothers Comatose, The Easy Leaves
Humboldt Brews / 9:30 p.m. / $15 / 21+
“Ben and Alex Morrison, guitar and banjo, and lead vocalists, front this rocking string band that has become a West coast headliner and national touring act in a mere five years.”
826-2739 / Web site / View Comments

FRIDAY, FEB. 26

Galaxy Quest (1999)
Arcata Theatre Lounge / 7:30 p.m. / $5
“By Grabthar’s hammer, by the suns of Worvan, you shall be avenged.”
822-1220 / Web site / View Comments

Brumes, Lunatrine
The Sanctuary / 8 p.m.
“”Including drums, guitar, keys, and occasional violin, the group has evolved to render a sound indicative of their namesake: a serenely fog laden atmosphere, enmeshed in dreamlike lyricism.”
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Traveling
Arcata Playhouse / 8 p.m. / $12 / $10 adv.
Stories and music about travel with the Gila Monsters and storytellers, Mike Crowley, Jeff and Paul DeMark, Charlie Gilbert, Lizzy Moonbeam, Diana Heberger, Susan Seaman, and Marvin Samuels.
822-1575 / Web site / View Comments

SATURDAY, FEB. 27

Food Summit 2016
Kate Buchanan Room / 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. / $10 / $5 adv.
Featuring keynote speaker Anna Lappé, nationally acclaimed author of Diet for a Hot Planet, renowned educator and sustainable food advocate, and local food industry experts from Humboldt and surrounding counties.
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Traveling
Arcata Playhouse / 8 p.m. / $12 / $10 adv.
Stories and music about travel with the Gila Monsters and storytellers, Mike Crowley, Jeff and Paul DeMark, Charlie Gilbert, Lizzy Moonbeam, Diana Heberger, Susan Seaman, and Marvin Samuels.
822-1575 / Web site / View Comments

Leap Year Party
Little Red Lion Cocktail Lounge / 8 p.m.-2 a.m. / 21+
Music with Jason Conley, David Waymire and other friends. Good ol fashioned hillbilly grunge in the heart of Humboldt.
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Minnesota, Stylust Beats
Arcata Theatre Lounge / 9:30 p.m. / $20 / $15 adv.
“Christian Bauhofer at first glance comes off as the unassuming dude yawning next to you in class, a kind of lumberjack-nerd fusion in his glasses and scruffy facial hair. After the sun goes down add a couple drinks and a whole lot of bass — and he assumes his party-crushing alter-ego: Minnesota.”
822-1220 / Web site / View Comments

SUNDAY, FEB. 28

Film Commission Red Carpet Gala
Eureka Theater / 5 p.m. / $25
Organizers of the 3rd annual “Red Carpet Gala” celebrating 100 years of filmmaking in Humboldt and Del Norte counties on Feb. 28 in the historic Eureka Theater announced today that they have added actor Kurtis Bedford as the event’s Master of Ceremonies.
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Red Carpet Gala 2016
Eureka Theater / 5 p.m.
“Past and present come together to celebrate 100 years of filming in Humboldt/Del Norte County and to watch the Oscars in style, as the historic Eureka Theater partners with the Humboldt-Del Norte Film Commission to present their annual Red Carpet Gala!”
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The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (2005)
Arcata Theatre Lounge / 5:30 p.m. / $5
Don’t leave Earth without it.
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The Chieftains
Van Duzer Theater / 8 p.m. / $66 / $10 HSU students
Recognized for bringing traditional Irish music to the world’s stage, the six-time Grammy-winners are led by Paddy Moloney, who formed the group from the ranks of the top Irish musicians in 1962. The band continues to perform with grace, humor, exceptional musicianship, dancers and pipers.
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Martha Scanlan and Jon Neufeld
Arcata Playhouse / 8 p.m. / $15 / $13 Playhouse members
Martha Scanlan first gained national recognition for her songwriting at the prestigious Chris Austin songwriting contest at Merlefest in 2004, where she won awards in two categories. With the Reeltime Travelers, she was featured on the Cold Mountain soundtrack, produced by T-Bone Burnett.
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WEDNESDAY, MAR. 2

Local Filmmaker’s Night
Eureka High School Lecture Hall / 6:30 p.m. / $5
Featuring works by local filmmaker and musician Chuck Johnson. Johnson’s focus has been capturing live musical performances for his Humboldt Live Sessions series.
476-1798 / info@accesshumboldt.net / Web site / View Comments

THURSDAY, MAR. 3

Rebelution
HSU West Gym / 8 p.m. / $30 / $25 HSU students
Rebelution’s members met in college, while residing in Isla Vista, a popular beachside community in Santa Barbara.
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FRIDAY, MAR. 4

La Musique Diabolique
The Sanctuary / 8-11 p.m.
“La Musique Diabolique is a five piece acoustic ensemble, rooted in the gypsy jazz style pioneered by Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli in the 1930s.”
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New Century Greats
Arkley Center For The Performing Arts / 8-10:30 p.m. / $19 / Free Children 5-12 / $10 Student Rush / $15 Adult Rush / $44 Loge / $34 Orchestra Rear / $39 Orchestra Main/Lower Balcony / $29 Orchestra Front/Upper Balcony / $19 Main Floor Side
The concert features guest artists Anna Maria Mendieta on harp and Count Glover performing live tango. Music Director Carol Jacobson will conduct pieces by Arturo Márquez, Jean Sibelius, and a multi-composer tango compilation.
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SATURDAY, MAR. 5

15th Annual CASA Big Night Dinner and Auction
Elks Lodge / 5 p.m.
Join us for an elegant evening to celebrate CASA of Humboldt’s 25th Anniversary! The event includes a catered dinner by The Elks and live and silent auctions, complete with local artwork, wine, getaways, and numerous unique packages.
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Rumble at the River II
Bear River Casino Hotel / 5 p.m. / $25 / $85 VIP / $65 front row
In the Tish-Non Ballroom. Live full-contact fighting.
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Arts Alive
Eureka / 6 p.m. / Free
Eureka’s monthly stab at getting everyone together! Opening receptions for artists, exhibits, and/or performances.
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New Century Greats
Arkley Center For The Performing Arts / 8-10:30 p.m. / $19 / Free Children 5-12 / $10 Student Rush / $15 Adult Rush / $44 Loge / $34 Orchestra Rear / $39 Orchestra Main/Lower Balcony / $29 Orchestra Front/Upper Balcony / $19 Main Floor Side
The concert features guest artists Anna Maria Mendieta on harp and Count Glover performing live tango. Music Director Carol Jacobson will conduct pieces by Arturo Márquez, Jean Sibelius, and a multi-composer tango compilation.
845-3655 / Web site / View Comments

SUNDAY, MAR. 6

McKinleyville Land Trust 15th Annual Dinner and Fundraiser
Azaela Hall / 5-8:30 p.m. / $30 / $15 Children / $25 Students and Seniors
Tiana Williams and Chris West, biologists with the Yurok Tribe, will present “The Return of Pre-Go-Neesh - Efforts to Restore the California Condor to the North Coast.”
839-5263 / emily.sinkhorn@gmail.com / Web site / View Comments

Jane Siberry
Arcata Playhouse / 8 p.m. / $20 / $18 Playhouse members
‘More than thirty years after her first musical release, Toronto native Jane Siberry is renowned as one of contemporary music’s most creative and innovative artists - with eleven major recordings, her own independent label, and the acclaim of fans and peers alike.”
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MONDAY, MAR. 7

Savage Henry Presents: Curvy Boys
Clam Beach Inn / 9 p.m. / $5 / 21+
Standups David Gborie, Sam Jay, Johan Miranda, Matt Redbeard, Trevor Lockwood, Evan Vest. Hosted by Dr. Foxmeat.
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TUESDAY, MAR. 8

Comedian David Gborie
The Jam / 9 p.m. / $10
The Curviest Curvy Boy, the President and Founder, David Gborie is returning to his home away from home away from home away from home. Humboldt. Also headlining is Sam Jay from NY and Johan Miranda from LA. Locals Dutch Savage and Josh Barnes open. Hosted by Matt Redbeard.
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THURSDAY, MAR. 10

Laura Jane Grace
Van Duzer Theater / 7 p.m. / $10 / Free HSU Students
“Women’s History Month Lecture. American musician Laura Jane Grace is the lead singer, songwriter and guitarist of the punk rock band Against Me! In 2012, she publicly came out as a transgendered person and announced she would be transitioning to life as a woman.”
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FRIDAY, MAR. 11

Arts!Arcata
Arcata / 6-9 p.m.
Monthly arts walk. Businesses on and around the Plaza stay open late featuring local art and music.
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SATURDAY, MAR. 12

The Ideals | Rod Deal & Ty Anderson Tribute & Redway School of Music Fundraiser
Mateel Community Center / 8 p.m.
Tribute to Rod Deal and Ty Anderson, plus a fundraiser for The Redway School Music Program.
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FRIDAY, MAR. 18

McKinleyville Arts Night
McKinleyville Business Dist. / 6-8 p.m.
Celebration of arts, food and fun in McKinleyville held the third Friday of each month.
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MONDAY, MAR. 21

Savage Henry Presents
Clam Beach Inn / 10 p.m. / $2 / 21+
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TUESDAY, MAR. 22

Standup Comedy
The Jam / 9 p.m. / $5 / 21+
Austin’s Ivan Garcia, The Bay’s Pablo Oseguera, Eugene’s Terry Geil and locals Sam Greenspan, Matt Redbeard and Ivan Mueting open. Hosted by Dev Richards.
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WEDNESDAY, MAR. 23

Peter Frampton RAW: An Acoustic Tour
Van Duzer Theater / 7:30 p.m. / $76 / $25 HSU Students
Peter Frampton remains one of the most celebrated artists and guitarists in rock history.
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TUESDAY, MAR. 29

Allison Mick and Walker Glenn
The Jam / 9 p.m. / $5 / 21+
Savage Henry Magazine Comedy Festival veterans Allison Mick and Walker Glenn from the Bay return to Humboldt for jokes. Locals James Stephen and Gage Hensley open. Ivy Vasquez hosts.
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SATURDAY, APR. 2

Arts Alive
Eureka / 6 p.m. / Free
Eureka’s monthly stab at getting everyone together! Opening receptions for artists, exhibits, and/or performances.
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TUESDAY, APR. 5

Kim Hodges, Headliner
The Jam / 9 p.m. / $5 / 21+
Local Kim Hodges spreads her comedic wings with a headlining set at the Jam. Featuring Pat Dylan with Sam Greenspan and Jessica Grant opening. Hosted by Nando Molina.
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FRIDAY, APR. 8

Arts!Arcata
Arcata / 6-9 p.m.
Monthly arts walk. Businesses on and around the Plaza stay open late featuring local art and music.
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SATURDAY, APR. 9

Get Outside Gear Sale
Humboldt Coastal Nature Center / 11 a.m.-3 p.m. / Free
Get great deals at the Get Outside Gear Sale. Donate or consign your gently used gear by March 31 for this Friends of the Dunes fundraiser.
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SUNDAY, APR. 10

Lindsay Lou and The Flatbellys, Lyndsey Battle Trio
The Old Steeple / 7:30-10 p.m.
Americana at it’s best from Michigan with local favorites Lyndsey Battle Trio opening the show.
786-7030 / ferndalemusic@yahoo.com / Web site / View Comments

TUESDAY, APR. 12

Standup Comedy
The Jam / 9 p.m. / $5 / 21+
Sacramento comedians Carlos Rodriguez and Emma Haney headline a show at the Jam. Local stalwarts Nando Molin and Josh Duke open. Sam Greenspan hosts.
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FRIDAY, APR. 15

McKinleyville Arts Night
McKinleyville Business Dist. / 6-8 p.m.
Celebration of arts, food and fun in McKinleyville held the third Friday of each month.
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Bat Boy: The Musical
Ferndale Repertory Theatre / 8 p.m. / $18 / $16 students/seniors 60+ / 18+
“An adult only theatrical experience, Bat Boy: The Musical was inspired by a series of tabloid headlines published in 1992 by The Weekly World News claiming that a terrifying creature, half-man and half-bat, had been discovered in a cave, escaped, and was terrorizing the local dairy farmers.”
786-5483 / info@ferndalerep.org / Web site / View Comments

SATURDAY, APR. 16

Sourdough Slim, Robert Armstrong
The Old Steeple / 7:30-10 p.m.
Sourdough Slim brings his hilariously entertaining brand of cowboy vaudeville fun to Ferndale.
786-7030 / ferndalemusic@yahoo.com / Web site / View Comments

Bat Boy: The Musical
Ferndale Repertory Theatre / 8 p.m. / $18 / $16 students/seniors 60+ / 18+
“An adult only theatrical experience, Bat Boy: The Musical was inspired by a series of tabloid headlines published in 1992 by The Weekly World News claiming that a terrifying creature, half-man and half-bat, had been discovered in a cave, escaped, and was terrorizing the local dairy farmers.”
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SUNDAY, APR. 17

Bat Boy: The Musical
Ferndale Repertory Theatre / 2 p.m. / $18 / $16 students/seniors 60+ / 18+
“An adult only theatrical experience, Bat Boy: The Musical was inspired by a series of tabloid headlines published in 1992 by The Weekly World News claiming that a terrifying creature, half-man and half-bat, had been discovered in a cave, escaped, and was terrorizing the local dairy farmers.”
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FRIDAY, APR. 22

Bat Boy: The Musical
Ferndale Repertory Theatre / 8 p.m. / $18 / $16 students/seniors 60+ / 18+
“An adult only theatrical experience, Bat Boy: The Musical was inspired by a series of tabloid headlines published in 1992 by The Weekly World News claiming that a terrifying creature, half-man and half-bat, had been discovered in a cave, escaped, and was terrorizing the local dairy farmers.”
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SATURDAY, APR. 23

Bat Boy: The Musical
Ferndale Repertory Theatre / 2 p.m. / $18 / $16 students/seniors 60+ / 18+
“An adult only theatrical experience, Bat Boy: The Musical was inspired by a series of tabloid headlines published in 1992 by The Weekly World News claiming that a terrifying creature, half-man and half-bat, had been discovered in a cave, escaped, and was terrorizing the local dairy farmers.”
786-5483 / info@ferndalerep.org / Web site / View Comments

Bat Boy: The Musical
Ferndale Repertory Theatre / 8 p.m. / $18 / $16 students/seniors 60+ / 18+
“An adult only theatrical experience, Bat Boy: The Musical was inspired by a series of tabloid headlines published in 1992 by The Weekly World News claiming that a terrifying creature, half-man and half-bat, had been discovered in a cave, escaped, and was terrorizing the local dairy farmers.”
786-5483 / info@ferndalerep.org / Web site / View Comments

SUNDAY, APR. 24

Bat Boy: The Musical
Ferndale Repertory Theatre / 2 p.m. / $18 / $16 students/seniors 60+ / 18+
“An adult only theatrical experience, Bat Boy: The Musical was inspired by a series of tabloid headlines published in 1992 by The Weekly World News claiming that a terrifying creature, half-man and half-bat, had been discovered in a cave, escaped, and was terrorizing the local dairy farmers.”
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An Evening With Van Jones
Van Duzer Theater / 7 p.m. / $10 / Free HSU Students
“Van Jones is a civil rights leader, former Obama White House advisor, and CNN political correspondent. He is the Founder and President of Dream Corps — an incubator, platform and home for world-changing initiatives that empower the most vulnerable in our society.”
826-3928 / carts@humboldt.edu / Web site / View Comments

MONDAY, APR. 25

Savage Henry Presents
Clam Beach Inn / 9 p.m. / $5 / 21+
“Our good friend Jules Posner returns to Humboldt and kicks off two days with a show at the Digger! Ivan Mueting and James Stephen open. Matt Redbeard hosts.”
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TUESDAY, APR. 26

Jules Posner
The Jam / 9 p.m. / $10 / 21+
“Our good friend Jules Posner comes back to Humboldt for a headlining show at The Jam!. Opening for Jules is Dutch Savage and Josh Duke. Josh Barnes hosts.”
822-4766 / Web site / View Comments

THURSDAY, APR. 28

Clown
Carlo Theatre (Dell’Arte) / 8-10 p.m. / Free / 18+
“One of Dell’Arte’s most popular student performances! Character is the basis of the theatrical clown, developed by Dell’Arte’s 1st year students in duos and trios, and presented for your entertainment - to be funny or die!”
668-5663 / info@dellarte.com / Web site / View Comments

FRIDAY, APR. 29

Bat Boy: The Musical
Ferndale Repertory Theatre / 8 p.m. / $18 / $16 students/seniors 60+ / 18+
“An adult only theatrical experience, Bat Boy: The Musical was inspired by a series of tabloid headlines published in 1992 by The Weekly World News claiming that a terrifying creature, half-man and half-bat, had been discovered in a cave, escaped, and was terrorizing the local dairy farmers.”
786-5483 / info@ferndalerep.org / Web site / View Comments

Clown
Carlo Theatre (Dell’Arte) / 8-10 p.m. / Free / 18+
“One of Dell’Arte’s most popular student performances! Character is the basis of the theatrical clown, developed by Dell’Arte’s 1st year students in duos and trios, and presented for your entertainment - to be funny or die!”
668-5663 / info@dellarte.com / Web site / View Comments

SATURDAY, APR. 30

Bat Boy: The Musical
Ferndale Repertory Theatre / 2 p.m. / $18 / $16 students/seniors 60+ / 18+
“An adult only theatrical experience, Bat Boy: The Musical was inspired by a series of tabloid headlines published in 1992 by The Weekly World News claiming that a terrifying creature, half-man and half-bat, had been discovered in a cave, escaped, and was terrorizing the local dairy farmers.”
786-5483 / info@ferndalerep.org / Web site / View Comments

Clown
Carlo Theatre (Dell’Arte) / 8-10 p.m. / Free / 18+
“One of Dell’Arte’s most popular student performances! Character is the basis of the theatrical clown, developed by Dell’Arte’s 1st year students in duos and trios, and presented for your entertainment - to be funny or die!”
668-5663 / info@dellarte.com / Web site / View Comments

Bat Boy: The Musical
Ferndale Repertory Theatre / 8 p.m. / $18 / $16 students/seniors 60+ / 18+
“An adult only theatrical experience, Bat Boy: The Musical was inspired by a series of tabloid headlines published in 1992 by The Weekly World News claiming that a terrifying creature, half-man and half-bat, had been discovered in a cave, escaped, and was terrorizing the local dairy farmers.”
786-5483 / info@ferndalerep.org / Web site / View Comments

SUNDAY, MAY. 1

Bat Boy: The Musical
Ferndale Repertory Theatre / 2 p.m. / $18 / $16 students/seniors 60+ / 18+
“An adult only theatrical experience, Bat Boy: The Musical was inspired by a series of tabloid headlines published in 1992 by The Weekly World News claiming that a terrifying creature, half-man and half-bat, had been discovered in a cave, escaped, and was terrorizing the local dairy farmers.”
786-5483 / info@ferndalerep.org / Web site / View Comments

FRIDAY, MAY. 6

Bat Boy: The Musical
Ferndale Repertory Theatre / 8 p.m. / $18 / $16 students/seniors 60+ / 18+
“An adult only theatrical experience, Bat Boy: The Musical was inspired by a series of tabloid headlines published in 1992 by The Weekly World News claiming that a terrifying creature, half-man and half-bat, had been discovered in a cave, escaped, and was terrorizing the local dairy farmers.”
786-5483 / info@ferndalerep.org / Web site / View Comments

SATURDAY, MAY. 7

Bat Boy: The Musical
Ferndale Repertory Theatre / 2 p.m. / $18 / $16 students/seniors 60+ / 18+
“An adult only theatrical experience, Bat Boy: The Musical was inspired by a series of tabloid headlines published in 1992 by The Weekly World News claiming that a terrifying creature, half-man and half-bat, had been discovered in a cave, escaped, and was terrorizing the local dairy farmers.”
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Arts Alive
Eureka / 6 p.m. / Free
Eureka’s monthly stab at getting everyone together! Opening receptions for artists, exhibits, and/or performances.
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Bat Boy: The Musical
Ferndale Repertory Theatre / 8 p.m. / $18 / $16 students/seniors 60+ / 18+
“An adult only theatrical experience, Bat Boy: The Musical was inspired by a series of tabloid headlines published in 1992 by The Weekly World News claiming that a terrifying creature, half-man and half-bat, had been discovered in a cave, escaped, and was terrorizing the local dairy farmers.”
786-5483 / info@ferndalerep.org / Web site / View Comments

SUNDAY, MAY. 8

Bat Boy: The Musical
Ferndale Repertory Theatre / 2 p.m. / $18 / $16 students/seniors 60+ / 18+
“An adult only theatrical experience, Bat Boy: The Musical was inspired by a series of tabloid headlines published in 1992 by The Weekly World News claiming that a terrifying creature, half-man and half-bat, had been discovered in a cave, escaped, and was terrorizing the local dairy farmers.”
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FRIDAY, MAY. 13

Arts!Arcata
Arcata / 6-9 p.m.
Monthly arts walk. Businesses on and around the Plaza stay open late featuring local art and music.
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FRIDAY, MAY. 20

McKinleyville Arts Night
McKinleyville Business Dist. / 6-8 p.m.
Celebration of arts, food and fun in McKinleyville held the third Friday of each month.
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SATURDAY, JUN. 4

Arts Alive
Eureka / 6 p.m. / Free
Eureka’s monthly stab at getting everyone together! Opening receptions for artists, exhibits, and/or performances.
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FRIDAY, JUN. 10

Arts!Arcata
Arcata / 6-9 p.m.
Monthly arts walk. Businesses on and around the Plaza stay open late featuring local art and music.
822-4500 / Web site / View Comments

SATURDAY, JUN. 18

Oyster Festival 2016
Arcata Plaza / 10-5:30 a.m. / Free
No fence and no entry fee! Savor fresh oysters and other culinary treats from dozens of chefs. Local music will satisfy your soul you as you sample all kinds of local craft beer, wine and hard cider.
822-4500 / arcatamainstreet@gmail.com / Web site / View Comments

MONDAY, OCT. 10