Brought to you by the Greenwood Civic Club and Greenwood Community Center

Elk, California, where the forests and meadows meet the sea

The place we call home



Candidates Night for 5th District Supervisor

Come meet and hear from the four candidates for 5th District County Supervisor on March 14, 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Greenwood Community Center.  The candidates are Arthur Juhl, Alan Rodier, Chris Skyhawk, and Ted Williams.  For more information, contact Charlie Acker at 877-1800.


Saint Patrick's Party

The Blessed Sacrament Church invites you to the 125th annual day-long Saint Patrick's Party on Saturday, March 17.  At 12:30 p.m. enjoy Irish ballads at the church.  Mass will follow at 1:00 p.m. with the Love Choir right after.  Head on over to the Greenwood Community Center for a corned beef and cabbage dinner from 3:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.  Stay around and dance or listen to the music of Wild Elk from 9:00 p.m. to midnight.  Dinner tickets are $18 for adults and $6 for kids under 12 (price includes the dance).  Tickets for the dance only are $6.  There will be door prizes, a raffle and a silent auction.  Proceeds from the event are used for outreach and maintenance of the historic Blessed Sacrament Church. 

For more information about the event or to offer help, contact Dorothy Cong at 877-3275 or



Elk Rummage Sale

The Greenwood Civic Club invites you to take part in the 31st annual Elk Rummage Sale to be held Saturday and Sunday, April 7 and 8 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Greenwood Community Center in downtown Elk.  Discover antiques, collectibles, clothes, books, toys, housewares, furniture, tools, and more at bargain prices.  Join the "Great Race" Sunday afternoon, stuffing all you can in a bag for $3.  While shopping, feast on baked goods, drinks and home made tempting lunch items.  Proceeds from the annual event benefit community projects, children's programs,  and student scholarships.  Donations in good condition are welcome and may be dropped off at the Community Center April 4 and 5 between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.  For information or pickup assistance, call Angela or John at 877-1130.  The Greenwood Civic Club is a non-profit organization and all donations are tax deductible.


Events for Your 2018 Calendar

For those who like to plan ahead, here are the 2018 dates for more community events:

  • Civic Club Rummage Sale - April 7 - 8
  • Pepper Martin Softball - May 5
  • Navarro-by-the Sea Day - June 9
  • Elk Fire Department BBQ - July 28
  • Great Day in Elk - August 25
  • Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair - December 1

Keep checking back for more details and additional events.


Greenwood Civic Club Scholarship Program

As part of its support for the education and development of students who are residents of Elk, the Greenwood Civic Club is pleased to announce its Scholarship Award program for 2018.  These awards are based on scholastic achievement that has resulted in the student’s acceptance and enrollment into an accredited institution of higher learning or continuing education.  The Club will also consider making awards to candidates who have previously graduated, are making progress in their programs, are enrolling in a graduate program, or to graduates who do not reside in Elk but have close ties to the community either by a history of community support or by employment.  Click here to review the details of the Scholarship Award Program.  Applications are available at Mendocino High School or by clicking here.


Elk Community List

The Greenwood Civic Club has established a private listserv for Elk community members to circulate and share information regarding events, news, resources and needs within the community.  The Elk Community List is hosted by the Mendocino Community Network (MCN).  Any interested members and friends of the Elk community are welcome to subscribe. 

Use of the list is subject to terms and services.  To ensure the best possible experience for all list participants, subscribers are asked to observe some basic guidelines.

To sign up for the list, click here: 



Make Pizza With Your Neighbors

Like pizza?  Got dough?  Come on down to the Greenwood Community Center almost monthly.  Check the Calendar of Events or email Kevin at

to find out when the next one happens.  Bring your own dough and toppings and bake it in the wood-fired outdoor oven.  Share some with your neighbors and sample some of their creations.  You'll eat good and have fun, too.  Feel free to bring along some bread dough to bake, too.


Movie and/or Trivia Night

Good at trivia?  Like old movies?  Come to the Greenwood Community Center on occasional Thursday nights and have fun with your family and friends.  Doors open at 6:00 p.m., with trivia at 6:30 p.m. and sometimes a film after.  Bring a dish or drink to share.  Check the Calendar of Events or contact contact Anica Williams at

to find out when the next movie and/or trivia night happens.


Get on the Event Calendar

Do you have an event you want to put on the Event Calendar or do you want to book the Greenwood Community Center?  Contact Connie Taylor at 877-1631 or

Click here for details on renting the center, including rates, a fillable rental agreement, and instructions for renters.

Do you want to book the Greenwood School?  Contact Charlie or Rosi Acker at 877-1800 or