Ocean Night this Friday includes SURFBOARD in the raffle!

On Friday, April 1, Ocean Conservancy, Humboldt Surfrider and Humboldt Baykeeper present an extra special Ocean Night at Arcata Theatre Lounge. This time, donations will go to The Redwood Regional Rotary Relief Super Fund to provide assistance to Del Norte County fishermen who lost their livelihoods following the tsunami damage to Crescent City’s harbor.

The event is all-ages, donation-based and includes a post-film raffle with a surfboard by local shaper Mark McClendon, a night at the Requa Inn and more!

Movies include Drive-Thru Japan, a “search for waves in the land of the rising sun” and Baja Wave Document, directed by veteran Hollywood film editor Chris Figler, portraying the efforts of WiLDCOAST and fishermen in Baja California to preserve the last wild coastlines of the peninsula.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m., movies start at 7 p.m. To donate money or raffle prizes, call Jennifer Savage at (707) 477-8283 or Humboldt Baykeeper at (707) 268-8897.

Upcoming events: have fun, help out, win a wetsuit, support Surfrider

Wednesday, March 23: Zion I and The Grouch at Hum Brews, 21 and over, all online ticket purchases net $3 for Humboldt Surfrider. Volunteers needed to help staff our table! (More here!)

Friday, March 25: Beach Ball with Friends of the Dunes at Arcata Theatre Lounge, 21 and over, big raffle featuring a Patagonia R4 wetsuit and lots more! Ukesperience and Berel Alexander Ensemble providing sweet tunes. Surf flicks all night long! Volunteers needed to sell raffle tickets, memberships, etc. Sponsorships and raffle donations still accepted!

Friday, April 1: Ocean Night at Arcata Theatre Lounge featuring Drive-Thru Japan and Baja Wave Documente. Donations going to the Redwood Regional Rotary Relief Super Fund for Crescent City fishing fleet tsunami disaster relief. Raffle donations welcome.

For more info on anything, email humboldt@surfrider.org. Thanks!

Post-tsunami Crescent City Beach Clean-up, Saturday

On Saturday, Mar. 19 a public beach clean up will be held to remove tsunami debris from affected beach areas.

Volunteers are needed and are asked to meet at 1 p.m. at the Crescent CityWastewater Treatment Facility located at 210 Battery Street in Crescent City.

CRESCENT CITY, Calif -- Divers with MM Diving work to hook chain around the keel of a sunken vessel in the Crescent City Harbor in preparation to lift the vessel out of the water with inflatable float bags for salvage Wednesday, March 15, 2011. A tsunami, which resulted from an 8.9 magnitude earthquake that occurred in Japan on March 11, destroyed much of the harbor and its vessels. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Jaclyn Young.

Please wear appropriate clothing for the event such as boots, gloves, and raingear. Trash bags will be provided.

All volunteers must register on the day of the event at the Treatment Facility and be sworn in as a Volunteer Disaster Servicer Worker. Persons under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult and have parental consent.

If you have questions, please contact the Solid Waste Management Authority at(707) 465-1100.

This event is scheduled in cooperation with the City of Crescent City, Crescent City Harbor District, Solid Waste Management Authority and County of Del Norte.

Navy Warfare Testing Rally Saturday

Concerned about our oceans? Come rally against the Navy Warfare Testing that is happening and will amp up soon in our offshore waters.

Saturday, March 19th, 1:00 pm

On the Watefront, End of F St. Eureka, CA

 

 

Zion I & The Grouch + Humboldt Surfrider! March 23

Zion I & The Grouch

West Coast hip-hop heroes Zion I and The Grouch bring their “Healing Of The Nation” tour to Humboldt Brewery, Wednesday, March 23 at 9:30 p.m. For their Arcata stop, $3 of every online advance ticket sale through zioniandthegrouch.com goes directly to Humboldt Surfrider!

The tour celebrates Zion I and The Grouch’s sophomore collaborative effort, Heroes in the Healing of the Nation, the much-anticipated follow-up to the group’s 2006 critically acclaimed Heroes in the City of Dope. This time around the group invites listeners everywhere to join them on their quest in channeling their highest selves. “Anyone changing other peoples lives for the better is a hero to me,” explains The Grouch. “People are going through a difficult transition these days,” adds Zumbi. “We want this album to aid in that process.”

Opening acts include Blu, The Shotgun Wedding Quintet and Distant Relatives. The show is 21-and-over. Humboldt Brewery is located at 856 10th St. For more information, visit humboldtbrews.com.

Ocean Night to benefit local, international tsunami recovery

On Friday, April 1, Ocean Conservancy, Humboldt Surfrider and Humboldt Baykeeper present an extra special Ocean Night at Arcata Theatre Lounge. This time, donations from the monthly event will go toward Crescent City Harbor rebuilding efforts and to Surfrider Japan. The Del Norte County harbor was destroyed in tsunami surges generated by the devastating earthquake that hit Japan.
Lost Coast Communications radio stations KHUM 104.3/7 FM and KSLG 94.1 FM are sponsoring April’s Ocean Night.
Ocean Night has been a staple of ATL’s monthly calendars since 2009. The event is all-ages, donation-based and includes a post-film raffle. Movies for the Friday, April 1 event include the Drive-Thru Japan, a “search for waves in the land of the rising sun” and an environmental documentary to be announced. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., movies start at 7 p.m. For updates on this and future Ocean Night events, see arcatatheater.comsurfrider.org/humboldthumboldtbaykeeper.org and caloceans.org.
To donate money or raffle prizes, call Jennifer Savage at (707) 477-8283 or Humboldt Baykeeper at (707) 268-8897.

Drive-Thru Japan:

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