We're celebrating 85 years of serving the community! The Hall construction was completed in 1942, so that's 75 years of dancing and serving community Breakfasts and dinners!
While most of our events are cancelled due to the Coronavirus outbreak, we are taking the opportunity to help facilitate creation of self-governing community "pods" that help neighborhoods organize themselves to better withstand crises,
both now and in the future.
This is a great opportunity to get to know your neighbors, to share contact information, and to see how small groups can be mutually supportive in times of stress. Here are some resources. Click on an item to go to a shared google document.
These documents will be updated and expanded as new information comes along.
To use a document (such as the spreadsheet) save a copy to your own computer.
To contact the pod instigators, email us at email@example.com.
- What are Community Pods?
- Sample Neighbor Outreach Flyer
- Sample Spreadsheet for Collecting Community Information
- (To use this spreadsheet, go to File > Download and save a copy to your computer. Use either Excel or Open Doc format. If you make changes in this online version, they will not be saved.)
- One Example of Pod Formation
- NextDoor Group and Help Maps info
- Some Pandemic Resources
COMING EVENTS - all events subject to Coronavirus status...
Our mission is to foster social and community life for residents of Bayside and Humboldt county. Our historic community center is an affordable venue for social and cultural gatherings, education, health and fitness, youth leadership development, entertainment and activities that support community organizations and causes.
You can stay informed about upcoming events, activities, and ways to become involved at the Hall at