Community roundup: What’s going on around town

Sanctuary Forest to talk about Mattole on radio

Sanctuary Forest will be discussing streamflow enhancement projects in the Mattole at 7 p.m. on Aug. 31 on KMUD. They will be looking at what Sanctuary Forest does, including conservation of lands, stewardship and a discussion of the past 15 years of its focus on water. The last 15 minutes of the show will be a call-in.

SoHum Dancing fall session to start soon

Registration for SoHum Dancing will take place at the studio Sept. 5-7 from 1 to 4 p.m. The studio is located at 1155 Redway Drive in Redway. Class levels include pre-ballet through training for teens and adults. Classes for younger students incorporate creative movement, spacial awareness and introduction to classical ballet. Older students study classical ballet, character dance, contemporary dance and pilates. All students participates in two productions a year. More information is available at sohumdancing.com.

Briceland firefighters to host fundraiser

The Briceland Volunteer Fire Department is hosting a benefit to help with the purchase of a fire station. The event is Sept. 9 from 5 to 10 p.m. and includes live entertainment from Irie Rockers, Savannah Rose, Brad Barton and Reality Thief. Dinner and desserts will also be served and an open bar will have Lagunitas beer, wine and champagne. The event is at the Beginnings Octagon in Briceland.

Eel River Holistics to host workshop

A one-day workshop titled “Basic Boundaries and Protection” will take place in Garberville at Eel River Holistics. The workshop is Sept. 9 from 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. It is promoted as a shamanic approach to self-sovereignty. Registration is required. For more information, go to www.theyewtreeshamanichealing.com or call 707-357-5869.

Domestic Violence council meeting set

The annual Southern Humboldt County meeting of the Humboldt County Domestic Violence Coordinating Council will take place Nov. 8 at noon at the Family Resource Center in Redway.

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