Bridgeville Community Center

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Bridgeville Community Center

(707) 777-1775

PO Box 3, Bridgeville, CA95526


Located at Bridgeville Elementary School, at 38717 Kneeland Road, off Highway 36.


Brandon Benavidez, Director

Bridgeville Newsletter

Current Hours:
Tuesday to Friday, 9:00 - 4:00

Calendar of Bridgeville Events: The monthly calendar is included in the newsletter and available on-line. Click here to see the list of newsletters, click on the month you want to see and go to the last page.

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To be a supporter of the Bridgeville Community Center, you can send a donation to the above address. Or can can make a donation by credit card through paypal. You don't need to sign up for paypal.


car donation

You can donate your car/vehicle through the easy car program, where the proceeds of the sale will to the BCC. Here is a link to get started:

We appreciate the past supporters. The Community Center is dependent upon grants and sponsors like you. Thank you!


Bridgeville is home to BridgeFest, the annual event when Aliens and Humans gather on the old bridge and determine, once and for all, who is flying Saucer Contest Champion and Grand Emperor of the Universe. Come witness the invasion by Aliens and UFOs that occurs during BridgeFest, accompanied by live music, vendors selling earthly and unearthly wares, and general out-of-this-world fun. Remember, not all Aliens bite, some are actually friendly. The event takes place the third Saturday in August, located on Planet Earth. See you there!!!

Bridgeville Community Center Mission Statement

The Bridgeville Community Center is dedicated to improving the quality of life for all our community members. We are committed to bringing people of all ages together to encourage good health, self-esteem, creativity, and personal development.


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Dolly Parton Imagination Library

The Bridgeville Community Center is partnering up with the Dolly Parton Imagination Library to get books to children aged 0 - 4 years old (they graduate when they turn 5). These books are provided free of charge to the families. They get one book mailed every month they are enrolled in the program. This is a great program to have children develop a love for books. Dolly started this program as a result of her father never learning to read. And we need your support to make sure that doesn't happen in Humboldt County. Please visit our Donation Page for more information about the program and how to donate. Getting books to children in Humboldt County is our goal.

If you wish to sign your child up for the Imagination Library please go to:

Click here for donation page!


BridgeFest 2024

BridgeFest 2024 lands on Saturday, August 17, 2024, creatures both human and alien, can spent a beautiful day throwing UFOs off the old bridge, eating blueberry pies, drinking root beer floats, eating food from vendors, and the kids group with its bubbles, walking around the vendors, and music in the backgroud. All in all, an enjoyable day. We are awaiting the arival of the first UFO. Don't ask us where. Click on the BridgeFest link above for more information.


The Bridgeville Community Center began in 1991 with a Healthy Start Grant. This funding allowed the community to plan and build a Community Center that would provide services to the school children, their families and the community-at-large.

The vision behind the Community Center is to improve the well-being of all members of the community, from children to adults. We provide family centered supportive services with the belief that educational and life success cannot be separated from physical health, social and emotional support, and strong families.

To find out about events and what is going on in our community, please check out the Bridgeville Community Newsletter (calendar on last page of the newsletter).

And BridgeFest, our grand event, occurs every August.

The Bridgeville Community Center depends on grants and contributions from donors like you. If you would like to make a donation to the Bridgeville Community Center, please mail it to:

Bridgeville Community Center, PO Box 3, Bridgeville, CA 95526.

The Bridgeville Community Center is a Federal non-profit organization and donations are tax deductable. Please consider donating and supporting the community center.



Know your neighbor

  Be Creative  

Take a Walk with a friend

Plant Flowers

Read a Book

Help someone Just Because you can

Look up at the Stars  


  Turn off your TV  

Be at Peace with Yourself  

Use Your Library  

Include people  

Consider Another Point of View  

Help a Lost Dog   


Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle  

Don’t be mean  

Buy from Local Merchants  

Take a kid to the Zoo 

Listen to the BIRDS  

Start a Tradition  

Bake extra and Share  

Mediate a conflict  

Put up a Swing  

Learn to forgive  

Be fair and Kind  

Fix it even if you didn’t break it


Try Your Best

Talk to a neighbor  

Smell the Flowers

 ” ENJOY !