Upcoming Events:

Time Event Title
Jun 19th

Backpacking the Lost Coast

Lost Coast
Looking for a bit of a challenge, but aren’t ready to traverse steep mountains?

The Lost Coast area of southern Humboldt County is one of the most unique sections of coast in California. This trip navigates 25 miles of road-less coastline and uncrowded beach, offering dynamic ocean views. Though the trail is moderately level, the soft sand and traverse rocks make it an ideal challenge for any backpacker.

June 19-21.
Jun 20th

Introduction to Bicycle Touring

Humboldt County
This outing is geared for beginning to intermediate cyclists who are wanting to try a longer distance ride and campout. Gear will be shuttled to the campsite in the support vehicle so your bike will be nice and light. We will set out on a locals’ favorite loop traveling back roads through epic surroundings.

You will receive instruction on proper shifting, braking and hill descending, climbing techniques, how to avoid road hazards, road etiquette, and basic field maintenance. Participants need to bring their own bike, should wear proper riding apparel, and must have a bike helmet. The daily riding distance will be 25 - 30 miles.
2:00 pm Jun 20th

Forever Humboldt Crabs Baseball Game

Arcata Ball Park
Join us for HSU's annual Crabs game and picnic for an afternoon of fun in the sun at Arcata Ball Park!

Come and enjoy a great game and view of all the action from our own private picnic area. Of course, we will provide a late afternoon lunch, refreshments, dessert and more! Just bring your HSU spirit and a chair to cheer on the Crabs!

This event sells out quickly every year, so register today! Tickets are limited to first 100 registrants.
7:00 pm Jun 27th

Dr. Harley Muilenburg's Retirement Concert

Fulkerson Recital Hall
Jul 4th

4th of July Fireworks Paddle

Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center
Watch the fireworks display as it bursts in colorful magnificence above you from a kayak or canoe on the Humboldt Bay Waterfront. Get an epic view and patriotic memory to last a lifetime. Clear skies not guaranteed.
Jul 10th

Redwood Summer Arts Institute

HSU Campus
Two weekends of intensive artists’ workshops on the HSU campus in photography, jewelry making, acrylic portraiture, ceramics, body casting and more. For more information, email summerarts@humboldt.edu.

July 10-12, July 17-19
Jul 17th

Redwood Summer Arts Institute

HSU Campus
Two weekends of intensive artists’ workshops on the HSU campus in photography, jewelry making, acrylic portraiture, ceramics, body casting and more. For more information, email summerarts@humboldt.edu.

July 10-12, July 17-19
Jul 20th

Marine Science Summer Camps

Telonicher Marine Lab
The 5-day camp gives children ages 6 to 12 the opportunity to learn about and explore local marine habitats, organisms, and Trinidad history. Sessions run July 20-24 (6 to 9 years of age) and August 3-7 (10 to 12 years of age), from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Classes are held in the “wet” classroom of HSU’s Marine Lab in Trinidad, and include games, crafts, and short field trips. Each session will also include a tide-pooling day where kids will explore local beaches and rocky intertidal zones.

The cost of attending an entire session is $175; single-day attendance is $50.

To register, visit humboldt.edu/marinelab. Completed registration forms can be e-mailed to marnat@humboldt.edu, mailed to P.O. Box 690, Trinidad, CA 95570 or faxed to (707) 826-3682. Forms can also be picked up at the Telonicher Marine Lab, 570 Ewing Street in Trinidad.
Jul 24th

Backpacking the Trinity Alps

Trinity Alps
Clear streams, grassy meadows, waterfalls, swimming holes, and alpine lakes await in the Trinity Alps Wilderness Area. This trip offers backcountry exploration experience and the opportunity to meet other backpackers. The trail will consist of moderate high country terrain and cover 10-12 miles round
trip. The specific trailhead and destination will be determined at the pre-trip meeting.
8:00 pm Aug 11th

Esperanza Spalding Presents: Emily's D+Evolution

Van Duzer Theater
Since her early years to her current success as a creative musician, Esperanza Spalding has charted her own course. The young bassist/vocalist/composer was one of the biggest breakout stars of 2011, garnering Best New Artist at the 53rd Grammy® Awards. This is unprecedented by a jazz musician, and Spalding continues to make the unprecedented her norm. Spalding always strives to innovate her music, and has already reached numerous developments in her professional career. Her international debut recording, quickly topping Billboard’s Contemporary Jazz Chart and becoming that year’s best selling jazz album worldwide. Numerous awards and appearances followed, including an invitation by President Barack Obama to appear at both the White House and the Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony, performing at the 84th Academy Awards, and an appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman that found Letterman and bandleader Paul Shaffer proclaiming the young musician as the “coolest” guest in the program’s three-decade history.

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