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Mask-makers called for Halloween show

Ranjith Box’s photograph titled “Headwaters” won the Coast Redwood Art Association’s photography show. Submitted
The Gallery of Arts and Culture will get into the spirit of Halloween for next week’s Art Walk by celebrating that simple device of disguise, the mask.

Barbara Burke, the gallery’s owner, is asking folks to submit masks or artwork, photographs and other images of masks by 5 p.m. Oct. 22. The show will be a juried show with cash awards of $100, $75 and $50 for first, second and third.

Art Scene Oct. 16, 2014

Harbor Gallery upcoming events

Crescent Harbor Gallery’s “Fourth Thursday” demo will be held at noon on Oct. 23, when Pete Chasar will give a painting demonstration preceded by a potluck at 11:30 a.m. Also, Arlene Krogstad will hold a “Watercolor Greeting Cards” workshop from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Oct. 25. 

Improv joins local theater scene

Jenny Young and Julie Patterson play blind freeze tag during improv practice. Del Norte Triplicate / Jessica Cejnar
Julie Patterson stood over Kirsten Randrup, ruler in hand, ready to teach her a lesson.

It was ladies’ night for Del Norte County’s newly-formed improv group last week. The game was “Blind Freeze Tag,” and Patterson and Randrup were center-stage. Jenny Young and Kady Pomerleau-Corpstein stood against the wall with their backs to the audience, which was me.

Senior gets nod from scholarship organization

Del Norte High School senior Griffin Walker is a semifinalist in the National Achievement Scholarship Program. Submitted
A Del Norte High School senior has been named a semifinalist in the National Achievement Scholarship Program.

Griffin Walker is one of about 1,600 African-American seniors who will continue to compete for roughly 800 scholarships that will be offered in the spring. According to a press release from the National Achievement Scholarship Program, about $2.5 million in scholarships will be awarded nationwide. 

Senior Sleuth: Plack’s 40 years of insight

It was quite a privilege to talk last week with recently retired Police Chief Doug Plack. The resolution by both the city and the county honoring him for his outstanding service read in part:

“Whereas Chief Plack is recognized for his accomplishments in establishing lasting programs that benefited the community. The Crime Free Multi-Housing Program; the Gang Resistance Education and Training (GREAT); the K9 Program and the Dogs Detecting Drugs Discreetly Program; and always trying to add additional officers, Debbie the Traffic Decoy Program was established.”

Church Notebook: Donations sought for annual outreach at Beachfront Park

There won’t be a funeral, just a divorce.

Sometimes the relationship between things can be as bad as that between people!

For the past few weeks, my computer mouse has been slowly dying — or at least, that’s what it appeared. We tried changing batteries; no help. Cleaning it produced a tiny, brief effect.

Grist for the Mill: Subsidizing hunger

A few times a year, I see signs outside the supermarket advertising a “buy two, get three free” deal on 12-packs of national brands of soda. When was the last time you saw a “buy two, get three free” deal on broccoli? Never, you say? Me either.

Rooted in ancient blues

Mali musicians Bassekou Kouyate & N’goni Blues will open the 32nd performance season of the Del Norte Assocation for Cultural Awareness at 7:30 p.m. on Sunday in Crescent Elk Auditorium. Submitted
West African musicians play traditional lutes 

Bassekou Kouyate is a virtuoso picker, musical visionary and one of Mali’s greatest instrumentalists. In praising Kouyate and his work, which blurs the lines between West African and American roots music, bluesman Taj Mahal described him as “genius … and living proof that the blues comes from the region of Ségou (in central Mali).” 

Bassekou Kouyate & N’goni Blues will open the 32nd performance season of the Del Norte Assocation for Cultural Awareness at 7:30 p.m. on Sunday in Crescent Elk Auditorium. On his October tour in the U.S., Kouyate (lead n’goni) will be accompanied by Amy Sacko (lead vocals), Mamadou Kouyate (bass n’goni) and Moctar Kouyate (calabash).

Healthy living focus of fair

A youngster enjoys a fresh fruit drink at last year’s Binational Health Fair, which will again offer free health screenings and flu shots on Sunday. Del Norte Triplicate file photo
Del Norters will be able to get their blood pressure and glucose level checked and be armed against the flu this season at the 14th Annual Binational Health Fair on Sunday.

The Del Norte County Department of Health and Human Services and Open Door Community Health Centers have partnered with Building Healthy Communities and T.U.P.P. for Binational Health Week. In addition to offering free screenings and flu shots, there will be food, music and entertainment, including kids games, bounce houses and face painting.

Bike rides for cancer are Saturday

If car shows aren’t your thing, why not take a bike ride or a walk in support of breast cancer prevention and awareness?

Back Country Bicycles, Sutter Coast Hospital and Trek Bicycle Corp. are hosting 25-mile and 10-mile bicycle rides to raise money for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. There’s also a 4-mile walk for those who don’t ride.

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