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Now enrolling on Early Head Start, Child Care Partnership

Begins Tuesday, May 24 2016 at 4:22 PM

Now launching a new Early Head Start - Child Care Partnership program. This program is looking for both families to serve, and licensed family child care providers to help children under age 4 years to get ready for school. Enrolled families will receive assistance in accessing health services and meeting family goals, and children will receive quality care and early education. Providers will have access to free Early Childhood Education classes and other professional development, materials and supplies for their environment, and a monthly stipend per child enrolled. For more information please call 707-444-8293. Se habla espanol.

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Changing Tides Family Services

707.444.8293

Big Top Family Series

Begins Sunday, June 19 2016 at 2:00 PM

Cowgirl Tricks on June 19: Skillful trick roping, impressive whip cracking, outstanding audience rapport and improvisational kooky cowgirl shenanigans have proven wildly popular for audiences of all ages. Big-Top Variety Show on June 26: This rollicking variety show features magic acts, daredevil antics, feats of unbelievable strength and more!

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Dell'Arte International

707.668.5663

Red Light In Blue Lake: Adult Cabaret

Begins Friday, July 1 2016 at 10:30 PM

Get your feathers ruffled with vampy vignettes and sizzling hot acts sure to tickle your fancy and your funny bone. Beguiling burlesque, lively comedy, and marvelous music await you along with cool potent drinks at the Mad River Festival’s saucy, late-night cabaret. Suitable for adults 18+ years of age.

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Dell'Arte International

707.668.5663

Natural Resources Science Camps

Begins Monday, July 11 2016 at 8:00 AM

The HSU Natural History Museum is offering four different week long summer camps for kids ages 7 - 12 years old. Each camp has a different outdoor theme and takes kids on field trips to our local natural places. Focus on Forests begins July 11th, Captivating Wildlife begins July 18th, Captivating Aquatics begins July 25th and Green Energy and Conservation begins August 1st. Camps run 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Information including prices and registration forms can be found online and several scholarships are available for low income families. Members receive a discount.

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HSU Natural History Museum

707.826.4480

Family to Family Course

Begins Tuesday, July 12 2016 at 6:00 PM

Family to Family is a free, comprehensive 12 week course that teaches family members how to understand mental illness and how to support their loved ones while maintaining their own well being. The weekly class, which has been offered locally for over 10 years, has served hundreds of people, The classes will be in Eureka and offer: information, self-care, communication skills and emotional support. Moreinformation may be found at nami-humboldt.org. To register, call Christina Albright at 672-5958.

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NAMI Humboldt (National Alliance on Mental Illness)

707.822.4335

Eureka Symphony: Peter and the Wolf

Begins Sunday, July 17 2016 at 11:00 AM

July 17 at 11 am & 12:30 pm Carlo Theatre Tickets: FREE and only available at the door on a first-come first-served basis Peter & The Wolf has become one of the most popular pieces for young audiences around the world. Each character and animal is represented by a particular instrument. An “instrument petting zoo” opens at 10:00 a.m. to give young audiences a chance to touch and hear the instruments before the show.

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Dell'Arte International

707.668.5663

Communications and Conflict Management Workshop

Begins Saturday, July 23 2016 at 8:45 AM

A one-day exploration of personal conflict management and resolution techniques, including dealing with difficult people and creating long-lasting agreements. Communication skills learned in this interactive workshop can be applied at home, in the workplace or when you are out and about. Please visit humboldtmediationservices.org or call (707) 445-2505 prior to July 2, 2016 for early registration

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Humboldt Mediation Services

707.445.2505