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  1. Calendar Overlay Library - Eureka Adult Events (3)

Library - Eureka Adult Events

  1. 1:00 PM, Reading in Place discusses ‘To Build a Fire’ by Jack London (Zoom)

    January 8, 2022, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

    Each Saturday we're discussing a different short story which can be read for free online. Sign up with the Google Form linked below. (Make sure to click the Submit button at the end of the form, below the video links).

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  2. 2:30 PM, Historical Society Lecture. Jerry Rohde on 'Humboldt Bay Shoreline, North Eureka to South Arcata' (Zoom)

    January 8, 2022, 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

    Noted local historian Jerry Rohde talks about his new book, published in 2020 by the HSU Press. 'Humboldt Bay Shoreline, North Eureka to South Arcata: A History of Cultural Influences' is a pretty short book with a very long title. Today's lecture covers logging, land reclamation, railroad building, and other activities that have taken place on and near the eastern side of Arcata Bay, including events at Bayside, Freshwater, and the several nearby sloughs. Sign up ahead of time for a great afternoon of local history from of our most skilled local raconteurs.

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  3. 3:00 PM, Join the Clarke Museum Bookworms to discuss 'An Indian Among Los Indigenas' (Zoom)

    January 8, 2022, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

    What does it mean to have experienced the effects of colonialism firsthand, and yet to risk becoming a colonizing force in turn? This memoir recounts the thoughts and experiences of a young Karuk volunteer sent to Bolivia with the Peace Corps. Join the Clarke Historical Museum for this book club that focuses on Indigenous literature. The Clarke seeks to engage you with their Nealis Hall Native American collections and to foster awareness of the connected history, present and future of local tribes.

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