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November 2023

Giving Tuesday - November 20th

Giving Tuesday is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of radical generosity. It's more important than ever to support our communities, and the organizations that improve them. We hope this Giving Tuesday, you'll consider giving to us. Every dollar helps us improve the way we serve you. This year Giving Tuesday takes place November 28th.

December 2023

Field Trip Screening - December 9th 

Parents, get ready to embark on an exciting journey with your children! KEET-TV, in collaboration with the Eureka Library, presents a premiere screening of Field Trip, an all-new educational nine-part series designed for kids of all ages. Join us for an adventure-packed event on Saturday, December 9th, from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM. 

Following the screening, we have a world of hands-on experiments and engaging activities for your kindergarten through fifth-grade kids, guaranteed to ignite their curiosity and enthusiasm for science and math.

Kids will have the opportunity to meet the local cast of Field Trip on Saturday, December 9th. The hosts include Jody Himango, who teaches 7th grade science at McKinleyville Middle School, and Pam Halstead, an award-winning retired science teacher who worked at Fortuna High School. You will also meet Number Woman, played by Amy Taylor, who teaches 7th and 8th-grade math and two high school math levels to middle-schoolers at Sunny Brae Middle School in Arcata. 

We are excited to have special guest Ken Pinkerton joining us at the event as a director of activities after the screening. Ken is a retired Science, Technology, and Engineering teacher from Zane Middle School in Eureka and is one of the coordinators of The Humboldt Math Festival.

Event Schedule:● 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM: Premiere screening of Field Trip● 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM: Hands-on experiments and activities related to the series.
Where: Eureka Library, 1313 3rd street

Field Trip, a nine-part series, takes children on a virtual trip around the North Coast to discover how math & science are used in various professions. Some of the places this show visits include Humboldt Bay Wildlife Refuge, Dick Taylor Craft Chocolate, Humboldt Bay Fire, Hog Island Oyster Company, and many more locations that will be revealed early next year.  You can register at If you have any questions, please get in touch with Katie Whiteside at or call 707-497-5137.