Chalk it up for Books

23-23 Chalk it up for books-Lucky Bear CasinoEach year, the library lends its sidewalk to community artists who are commissioned by sponsors who purchase space on the sidewalk. The library raised $910 this year. The money will be used to purchase items that are not included in their annual budget; books, craft supplies and more. Read More →

Where the Sidewalk Ends, the Art Begins

Drawing on sidewalks isn’t just for kids. Everyone can join in the fun next weekend at the 11th Annual Chalk It Up For Books library fundraiser in Hoopa. Even if drawing isn’t your forte, all are welcome to the much anticipated event. Read More →

‘Owhwhe (1/10/12)

Through the school year, the Kim Yerton Memorial Library features the Share A Story reading program. This event occurs on the second Wednesday of every month from 4-6pm. The program is co-sponsored by KEET TV’s Ready to Learn Service and First 5 Humboldt. Read More →

Opinions (Gianna Orozco, Friends of the Libraray-Hoopa, Calif.)

On Saturday May 7th, the Friends of the Kim Yerton Memorial Library hosted our 10th Annual Chalk It Up For Books fundraiser. The weather was perfect and we all had a great time. We would like to thank our sponsors and artists: Sally Biggin, the Girl Scouts, Coast Central Credit Union, George Nixon, Familiar Gestures, Laynee Nixon, HCATEP, Lillian Davis, Hoopa Post Office, Blaze Carpenter, Hoopa Forestry, Dawn McCovey, Hoopa Tribal Education, Phil Albers, HY Voc Rehb, Juan Trujillo and Christain Maloney, Ronalda & Danny Jordan, Julia Jackson and Jesse Vasquez, KIDE, Velia Graham, K’ima:w Medical Center, Troy Fletcher, K’ima:w’s Diabetic Program, Monique Sonoque and Ishakaam McConnell, the Summer Reading Club, Lucky Bear Casino, Ryan Colegrove Read More →

‘Owhwhe (I’m Reading)

Warm summer days….time for visits to the swimming hole or pool and then to sit in the shade and sip a cool drink and read a good book. All the pieces form a summer day here in the river valleys. Summer Reading club has just passed the middle day and we're heading down the homestretch with the finish line being the first day of school. Read More →

‘Owhwhe (Hupa Language for “I’m Reading”)

We’ve had another one of those beautiful weeks in the two river valleys. Now as I settle in to my days off the rain is predicted to come again. I am happy that there was time to do a little work with outdoor plants and put a few more logs on the porch for the eventual fire in the wood stove by mid week when the rains are to be here most of the day. Read More →