The Ferndale Museum in Ferndale, California will be presenting a screening of local home movies and amateur films ranging from the 1930s to 2004. The earlier film, showing the logging process, was shot by garage owner, car dealer, pilot and longtime Ferndale Mayor Jack Tipple, Sr., while the later  film commemorates the 50th anniversary of the disastrous 1964 flood and features interviews with many of the flood survivors.

Source: The Humboldt Beacon