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Getting down to brass acts

Presidio Brass will perform songs from classic movies during their concert Sunday evening at Crescent Elk Auditorium.
 The Del Norte-Curry Community Concert Association’s second act of the season will bring a little Hollywood glamour to the redwoods this weekend.

Presidio Brass will perform music from its third album, “Sounds of the Cinema,” at the Crescent Elk Auditorium on Sunday. Works will include the main titles from “Star Wars,” “2001: A Space Odyssey,” “Mission Impossible” and Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody.”

Get covered at 15th annual health fair

Family-friendly activities, free health screenings and free flu shots will be offered at the 15th annual Binational Health Fair/Get Covered Fair on Sunday.

Practice run for radio rescuers

Joel Wallen and other members of the Del Norte Amateur Radio Club and the Pelican Bay Amateur Radio Club practiced their skills at the Northcoast Marine Mammal Centers annual Run for the Seals. Wallen even helped point errant runners and walkers in the right direction. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
 Leonard Smith didn’t mince words.

He ignored the bitter cold wind coming off the water at Beachfront Park on Saturday and faced his fellow amateur radio operators.

“If you have a runner in distress, that’s what I want to hear about. If net control asks for names, get it,” he said. “If you see someone who looks like they’re in distress, sounds like they’re in distress or smells like they’re in distress, stop them and check them out.”

Art association holds first Oct. festival

Scores of paintings and photographs by local and nationally recognized artists will be available for purchase Saturday at the Coast Redwoods Art Association’s first-ever October Festival of Art.

The festival will be held as a fundraiser for the non-profit Crescent Harbor Art Gallery. It will be one of the few times the art association has held an auction, said President Rich Redder.

“We have about 55 to 60 paintings right now that we’re going to auction off,” he said. “What we need is a lot of people to come.”

Program adds 67 members from the Class of 2019

Some members of Del Norte High Schools Future Farmers of America program enjoy a trip to the beach. Submitted by Taylor Jones
 As the 2015–2016 school year begins we are happy to announce that we have 67 members of the class of 2019 joining our agriculture program. Our officer team recently spent a day in the classes of these freshman talking to them about FFA and getting them excited about everything it has to offer. We also played team building games and got to know them.

Globe-spanning concert series

Red Chamber will play Oct. 24
 The 33rd season of the Del Norte Association for Cultural Awareness (DNACA) will once again bring music from around the world and nation to Crescent City, starting up on Oct. 24 and running through April 16. The arts council’s performance series will feature unique instruments and songs from China and elsewhere; Delta-style blues; brass music from Mexico; spirituals and folk music from the East Coast and, from the west coast, a sultry chanteuse who sings jazz and blues in the style of Billie Holiday, Bessie Smith and others.

Raise the roof at annual gala

Del Norte Habitat for Humanity will hold its largest fundraiser of the year Saturday and will introduce the local family selected to receive a home.

Smith River chili and cornbread feed Saturday

Sample three different kinds of chili at Smith River’s Chili and Cornbread Feed on Saturday.

Just passing through

Heerman's gull. Dick Daniels / Wikimedia
 Fall migration is happening now. The season of endless possibilities, you know something good is going to show up, you just don’t know what yet and how many.

Fall migration starts at different periods for different types of birds. For some arctic breeding shorebirds it already started in late June, when the adults started to come through heading south, then in late July the juveniles appeared, and they are still moving through, although the majority is gone. There are a few late species such as the pectoral sandpiper, that come through mainly in late September and October, and some lost migrants might still show up.

Despite excellent conditions at Lake Earl and Tolowa, low water levels and a lot of exposed mud flats, not very many rarities were seen. The most notable one was a juvenile ruff, an Asian shorebird that seems to get lost quite often, as they are quite a regular rarity in California.

Church Notebook: Stuff a shoebox this Christmas season

Are you one of us who love to pack those shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child each fall?

If you are and haven’t started yet this year, it’s definitely time to get busy.

Several of our churches are participating, and those I know of so far are Pelican Bay EV Free, New Life Community, Crescent City Church of the Nazarene and Hiouchi Community. If I’ve left you out, please let me know.

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