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Jeffer-Son's and Daughters, Get Thee to the Cookhouse

You say you want a revolution? Well, can you do lunch?

For Humboldtians interested in climbing aboard the State of Jefferson glory train, the time to put thine money where thine mouth is is noon Wednesday at the Samoa Cookhouse. There, would-be Jeffersonian founding father Mark Baird will pitch a secedin' brand o' freedom to the regular meeting of the right-leaning Humboldt Taxpayers League. (If you can't attend, your Lost Coast Outpost posted video of Baird sellin' Jefferson earlier this week.) Surely there will be many sympathetic to the cause in attendance, so this could be a great chance to announce your candidacy for Senator or Governor or something. Dress nice.

-Andrew Goff

EVENTS

The Independents, Splinter Cell

Palm Lounge at The Eureka Inn / 9 p.m.-1 a.m. / 21+

Horror ska/punks from Florence, South Carolina The Independents mix it up with Eureka's own grumpy old men, Splinter Cell.

splintercellband@earthlink.net / Web site

KWPT Classic Cover Contest Week 2

100.3/102.7 FM / 9 a.m.

The competition is fierce and the covers be rockin' and stuff. Tune in and choose your champion.

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State of Jefferson Presentation

Samoa Cook House / noon

Presentation by Mark Baird about the possibility of a declaration vote by your county supervisors to declare that California is ungovernable in its present size and to determine local resident support for eventual discussion with state legislature to withdraw your county from the State of California

Web site

Free Community Classes

Essential Elements Wellness Spa & Sauna / 5:30-7 p.m. / Free

839-7772 / info@essentialelementsspa.com / Web site

Cynthia Brando

Mad River Brewery Tasting Room / 6-8:30 p.m. / Free

668-4151 / Web site

Humboldt Hard Court Bike Polo

Highland Park / 6 p.m. / Free

Like horse polo minus the stable fees.

541-531-6671 / daryl_witmore@yahoo.com / Web site

Eureka Fair Wage Act Meeting

Labor Temple / 6:15 p.m.

Supporters of the Eureka initiative to require employers with more than 25 employees to provide a $12 minimum wage gather.

443-3731 /

Open Mic

Old Town Coffee And Chocolates (Old Town) / 6:30 p.m.

Music and spoken word. Hosted by Mike Anderson.

445-8600 / Web site

John Hardin

Persimmons Garden Gallery / 7 p.m.

Humboldt's electric didgeridoo guy!

923-2748 / Web site

Dogbone

Six Rivers Brewery / 8 p.m.

http://www.reverbnation.com/dogbone

839-7580 / Web site

No Covers

SpeakEasy / 8 p.m.

Jazz improvisational duo.

444-2244 / Web site

Nik Turner, White Manna

The Shanty / 9 p.m. / 21+

Nik is weird.

444-2053 /

Bar-Fly Karaoke

Bar Fly Pub and Grub / 9 p.m.-1 a.m. / Free / 21+

443-3770 / Web site

Whomp Whomp Wednesday

Nocturnum / 9 p.m.

HumCo craves beats.

499-0163 /

Rude Lion Sound

Toby and Jacks / 10 p.m. / 21+

Were you just thinking, "Is there anyplace that has Dancehall Wednesdays?" Here it is!

MOVIES

Broadway Cinema
Mill Creek Cinema
Minor Theatre