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Trinidad Tidings: Valentine’s Show, Lighthouse Relocation and ‘Earth’s Water’

Trinidad Tidings: Valentine’s Show, Lighthouse Relocation and ‘Earth’s Water’

TRINIDAD – “Inspiration & Reflection,” the Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse Art Show and Reception on Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14 was the ideal destination to take your sweetheart or your family and friends from 5 to 7 p.m. in Trinidad Town Hall. Stunning paintings by local artists, elegant decor, a no-host wine bar and delicious appetizers are

Trinidad Tidings: Seaside village awash in art shows, music and more

“Inspiration and Reflection,” an art show and reception featuring a wide variety of artists’ visions of the Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse, is set for Valentine’s Day, Wednesday, Feb. 14 from 5 to 7 p.m. in Trinidad Town Hall. Jan West, Trinidad Civic Club vice president and chairman of the event, invites lovers, and lovers of art,

Trinidad Tidings: Conversation had, agreement found, bonds strengthened during a tumultuous time

Dana Hope, president, and Jan West, vice president, of Trinidad Civic Club, wish to express gratitude to many supporters who stood by the club during the Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse tumult of recent weeks. First, Cher-ae Heights Indian Community of the Trinidad Rancheria, its Council President Garth Sundberg and Vice President Zack Brown, and all of

The day the lighthouse moved

Jack Durham Mad River Union TRINIDAD – The Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse, which stood on a bluff overlooking Trinidad Bay since 1949, now sits at the entrance to the parking lot at the harbor. The monument will sit there until the Trinidad Rancheria, Yurok Tribe and Trinidad Civic Club find a permanent location for the lighthouse

Trinidad Rancheria to rescue lighthouse

Jack Durham Mad River Union TRINIDAD – The Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse will be moved from where it sits atop a bluff down to harbor property owned by the Trinidad Rancheria. Due to instability at its current location, where the lighthouse has stood since 1949, the Trinidad Civic Club had planned to move the monument 22

Shadow thrown on Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse

Jack Durham Mad River Union TRINIDAD – In the coming days the Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse may be picked up by a crane and moved to a new foundation about 22 feet away. And it’s likely that protesters will be on hand, as they have been since last week, to speak out against the controversial project.

City of Trinidad: Work cooperatively to preserve Tsurai Village, Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse

City of Trinidad TRINIDAD – The City of Trinidad has a duty to protect the Tsurai Village as well as the Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse. Moving the lighthouse to more stable ground on site will protect the village site and cultural resources below by removing the immediate threat of the Memorial Lighthouse sliding down on top

Yurok Tribe: Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse move premature

Yurok Tribe TRINIDAD – The Yurok Tribe is deeply disappointed with a premature decision to move the Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse, prior to the completion of a formal consultation process between interested parties. “To move the memorial in the midst of the consultation process, under the guise of an ‘emergency,’ is disgraceful and disrespectful,” said Rosie

A Clockwork Santa for the Seaside Village

Janine Volkmar Mad River Union ARCATA/TRINIDAD – The Trinidad Civic Club has chosen the right man for the job of Santa. Gary Stillman, owner of both a furniture repair service and Clockworks, a watch and clock repair shop in Arcata, has volunteered to play the role. Stillman has the skills and experience for the gig.

Trinidad Tidings: Where holiday blues are a good thing

Trinidad Civic Club’s annual Christmas Tea is set for Thursday, Dec. 7 in Town Hall – the city auditor is using the Club Room, so go to the big Hall. Dana Hope will preside at the business meeting, during which the latest Memorial Lighthouse preservation efforts will be discussed, starting at 10 a.m. with hostesses

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