Here’s a Look at Some Upcoming Events at the Mateel

This is a press release from the Mateel:

 

KMUD & The Mateel Present the Annual Halloween Boogie

KMUD Radio and Mateel Community Center present the annual Halloween Boogie, Friday, October 27th at the Mateel, 59 Rusk Lane in Redway. Five Alarm Funk and Stymie & the Pimp Jones Luv Orchestra will perform at this funky Halloween costume party along with KMUD DJ’s spinning between sets. A costume contest for all age groups with prizes for the best costumes as well as a full bar & food including treats will be available.  Tickets are on sale now at local outlets in advance or online for $25. The tickets are $30 at the door. Proceeds from Halloween Boogie benefit KMUD and the Mateel. The doors are at 8pm and the show starts at 9pm.   

Doors’ Guitarist Robby Krieger Performs Benefit for The Mateel 

Fraktal Productions and the Mateel Community Center present a Rock ‘n’ Roll, cannabis awareness and dance benefit, Mateel Forever to raise funds and spirits on Thursday Nov 9, 2017 at 6pm, at the Mateel Community Center, 59 Rusk Lane in Redway. The evening will include dinner, a Cannabis Legalization and Awareness Forum and a performance from Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, guitarist from The Doors, Robby Krieger as well as Humboldt’s own Cold Blue Water. DJ Dragonfly and DJ Marjo Lak will close the night with a celebratory dance party. Support your local community arts center while rocking the night away! Tickets are $40 with limited meet and greet packages for $250. Visit mateel.org to purchase tickets online.  

Collie Buddz Returns to Humboldt for the Good Life Tour

Ineffable Live and the Mateel Community Center present Bermuda-based reggae dancehall artist Collie Buddz on Saturday, December 9th with special guest Jesse Royal in an all ages show. Collie Buddz tours in support of his latest album Good Life, released earlier this year. The show takes place at the Mateel, 59 Rusk Lane in Redway beginning at 9pm, tickets are on sale now online for $30 through the mateel.org website.

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2 comments

  • No locals? Really?

    Maybe the mateel.ahould have release a press release every few days while they were losing money. What a joke. Half a mile I. Debt? Buncha pot growers that deal with cash that didnt know how to handle the money… No one took.accountability for it either. How does it make sense that they lost 125 grand on rotr, but budgeted 250 so they are in debt 600000. Makes no sense. Guess they spent the 250 too..and they can’t won’t say who loaned them money? That’s illegal

  • If the Mateel Community Center was such a great place, then how come the Southern Humboldt Community Park moved their BIG fundraiser to Eureka?

    Just to set the record straight; this fundraiser was moved out of the Southern Humboldt Community, because Tim & jennifer Metz became partners in ownership of the “Historic Eagle House in Eureka”, it’s the one and only reason it will be held there!

    The Southern Humboldt Community Park moved its big yearly fundraiser (Fall Splendor) from the Mateel Community Center to a private venue in Eureka for 2017 (“Historic Eagle House”). And according to the Parks 2016 tax records, that fundraiser generated over $34,000 in overhead for the local community, the event grossed over $83,000; not counting money spent locally by out of town attendees and vendors, e.g. motels/hotels, restaurants, fuel and what ever else they consume or smoke. So now, the local community will lose all that income to Eureka and the Metz’s! Why is that? Did the community have a say? NO!

    The Park Board has turned their back on the Southern Humboldt Community, so Tim & Jennifer Metz can make a name for themselves, e.g. promoting and profiting from having the so called “fundraiser” at their new digs and venue in Eureka.

    Full disclosure; Tim Metz is the founding President of the Southern Humboldt Community Park Board of Directors (2002-2010), has personally gained and compensated from accruing compounded interest on a $92,000 private loan to the Park Board while sitting Board President, has current pending private loans accruing interest totaling $15,812, personally gained and compensated from USDA/NRCS restoration contracts totaling $192,000 from the Park Board while sitting Board President and who is currently Director Emeritus, e.g. allowed to attend private Board Meetings that conduct business and ongoing operations at the SHCP.

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