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Events for December 19, 2017 › Community
HAZMOBILE household hazardous waste collection Items accepted: motor oil, oil filters, antifreeze, gasoline, solvents, paint thinner, oil-based paint, latex paint, auto & household batteries, toxic cleaners, fluorescent light tubes, PCB-containing ballasts, acids, bases, pesticides, herbicides, pool chemicals and medication. There is a charge for compressed gas cylinders. .Not accepted: explosives, ammunition, radioactive wastes, medical waste, […]Find out more »
While you’re doing your holiday food shopping consider buying a turkey for a Fort Bragg Food Bank client family. This is easily done at Harvest Market where you simply need to tell your checker that you’d like to make a donation. Your donation, in any amount, will be used to purchase turkeys to brighten the […]Find out more »
The Mendocino Coast District Hospital Auxiliary is having a Dried Fruits and Nuts Fundraiser, just in time for the holidays. Walnuts, pecans, blueberries and much, much more are on sale in the Hospital Gift Shop Monday to Friday 10 to 4. All monies go towards support of the hospital auxiliary. Please note: The Gift Shop […]Find out more »
The City of Ukiah, Adventist Health Ukiah Valley, and the Greater Ukiah Chamber of Commerce are partnering up to bring back the opportunity to ice-skate in historic downtown Ukiah (next to Alex R. Thomas Plaza on School Street). Ukiah on Ice will be open every day including Christmas eve and day. Questions or for party […]Find out more »
Tuesdays evenings stop by the Old Rec Center in downtown Fort Bragg for the weekly adult drop-in basketball games. If you are under 18 you must have a parent signature. $5 to play, starts at 7pmFind out more »
Tuesday, December 19,Preparing for Disaster Series at the Caspar Community Center topic will be the Bug Out Bag Every class will include suggestions of things to accomplish that week as we work through the steps of preparing to take care of yourself and your family in the event where you may be without critical services […]Find out more »
Everyone is invited to join in singing songs of the season and songs of peace, hope, and light, on Tuesday, Dec. 19, at the Community Sing for Peace. This is the nineteenth annual free community Solstice Sing hosted and led by Inland Valley Women’s Chorus. This year it will be held at the Mendocino Ballet, […]Find out more »