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Lake St. $25; proceeds benefit the Lakes Area Youth Service Bureau. Visit flpd.com or call 651-209-9919. Backpack giveaway Children are invited to pick up a free backpack filled with pencils, paper, a pencil box, folders and glue at Verizon Wireless, Suite 140, 25 N Lake St., between noon and 2 p.m.
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Klamath revitalization: Hotel Opens | Crescent City California News, Sports, & Weather | The Triplicate

A visitor center that will showcase our culture and traditions and provide information about things to do in the area and an amphitheater are currently under construction, Masten said. The tribe will also break ground on a new justice center and will redevelop existing retail space as part of a larger retail development project. Along with the Redwood Hotel, another completed component of the tribes plan is the Yurok Culture and Knowledge Park, which gives visitors the opportunity to look at examples of the architecture of traditional Yurok homes and sweathouses and the different plants and wildlife that are found in the area. We wanted to create this vision for the townsite that lets you know that youre in Yurok country, Masten said. A hotel was a necessary component for the vision the tribe has for visitors in order to make sure that visitors feel welcome in this place that we live, Masten said. While some have been critical of another casino opening in Del Norte County, Masten said that the casino is a small component of the tribes plans for Klamath and that it will be the smallest casino in the state of California.
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