The Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse: Past, Present, and Future

Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse

Brown Bag Lunch Online Presentation with Jan West, Retired Educator/Trinidad Civic Club Co-president

Monday, May 17, 2021 -
12:00pm to 1:30pm

The Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse is an historic icon of Humboldt County that was threatened by coastal erosion. The Trinidad Civic Club, whose members are stewards of the Lighthouse, are dedicated to preserving its maritime history and continuing the tradition of sponsoring a memorial site for those lost and buried at sea. The presentation will document the story of the Memorial Lighthouse through historical and recent photographs, including the Trinidad Head Lighthouse. The coastal erosion, the moving of the lighthouse, and plans for the future memorial site in the Trinidad Harbor will be covered and depicted.

The Trinidad Civic Club is a non-profit organization, dedicated to community support by enhancing the lives of others through service.

Jan West is a retired educator from Trinidad School and Humboldt State University. She is currently serving as co-president of the Trinidad Civic Club, and is active in community projects.

The presentation will begin promptly at noon.

If you would like to attend this presentation, please RSVP so we can send you the registration link for the Zoom* meeting. Please register by 11 a.m. on the day of the event or contact the OLLI office to get the meeting link.


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