July Arts Alive!

Eureka Main Street is excited to relaunch First Saturday Night Arts Alive beginning July 3rd from 6-9pm. While not all businesses will be participating right away, many are anxious to pick up where we left off in March 2020. 

FIRST SATURDAY NIGHT ARTS ALIVE – July 3rd
 
Our galleries, museums, theaters, bars and restaurants are open once again!!!  However individual businesses are still taking precautions to keep patrons and staff save – including the request to wear masks when entering their stores, and limiting the number of people inside at one time. Please let us all show love and respect for our wonderful businesses!
TIMBER HERITAGE ASSOCIATION – New! Trolley Car Rides from First and C to H Sts. 6-8 p.m.
C STREET STUDIOS – 208 C St. Stock Schlueter, Augustus Clark, Phillis Barba, Paul and Nancy Ricard, Ryan Jensen, Blake Reagan, Lucas Thornton, Kathy O’Leary, Richard Stockwell, Anna Amezcua, and Harry Blumenthal. 
SAILOR'S GRAVE TATTOO 138 Second St. Tattoo related art, antiques, and memorabilia, plus new works.
MENDENHALL STUDIOS – 215 C Street Artists’ studios will be open noon to 9 p.m.  Music with Art Band during the day, and Celtic with Blake Ritter 6-9 p.m.Music by Art
GOOD RELATIONS – 223 Second St. Fantastic Fae, Rhianna Williams, wearable art; window models.
SISTERS CLOTHING COLLECTIVE – 328 Second St.  Noah Rainone, Portland artist; My Daughters the Otters, Linden Tyler, local author. His first foray as a children’s author, the story is about his daughters. Refreshments served.
OTTO AND OLIVE BOUTIQUE – 330 Second St. Artist tbd
CLARKE HISTORICAL MUSEUM – 240 E Street NEALIS HALL Shirley Laos doing hands on demos on processing beargrass used in weaving and dressmaking.
Tools of the Trade, exploring the multiple histories of fire fighting in Humboldt County, thanks to a partnership with Humboldt Bay Fire’s retired firefighter, and HBF historian, Kevin Voorhees. Remarkable examples of how firefighting uniforms, safety equipment, preventative measures, and firefighting tools have evolved over time. Lentell Map 17 foot tall papier mache map of Humboldt County from 1915, restoration by Lisa Jarrow. Also visit our Weapons Room.
CLARKE PLAZA – FALLEN FIREFIGHTER MEMORIAL
CLARKE PARKING LOT – HUMBOLDT SKATE LAB, skateboard demonstrations.
MADRONE BRICK FIRE PIZZA & TAPROOM – 421 Third St. Annual fundraiser with Humboldt Skate Lab, and The Epitome Gallery, painted skate decks will be on display, and for sale. This fundraiser provides skateboards to boys and girls who wouldn’t otherwise be able to purchase one. Music with DJ Goldylocks.
SPEAKEASY – 411 Opera Alley Live music 8-10 p.m.
ZUMBIDO GIFTS 410 Second St. New participating venue! Artist, Jaiden Clark, felt work; music with harpist David Pavlovich.
THE EPITOME GALLERY – 420 Second St. New participating venue! Featuring the artwork of owner Julie Finkelstein; also part of the Humboldt Skate Lab/Madrone skate deck art show and sale.
OLD TOWN ART GALLERY – 417 Second Street Featured artist, Yvonne Jarrett, jewelry; guest artist, Kathryn Silvera, landscape painter.  
OLD TOWN SQUARE – Second and F Sts. Michelle Norton, PlayfulGirlz aka buYPGZ, invites you to D.I.Y. tie dying.
MANY HANDS GALLERY – 438 Second Street Over 30 local artists.
FAMILIA COFFEE at the Vance - 525 Second Street Laura Chapman White, paintings; free coffee samples.
ART CENTER FRAME SHOP – 616 Second St. New outdoor mural by Kyle Sanders,  Tulawat Island with a view of Old Town on a storm day.
ART CENTER SPACE – 620 Second St. Featuring various artists.
TIMBER BOUTIQUE – 514 Second St.
SAGE CLOTHING – 203 F St.
OLD TOWN COFFEE & CHOCOLATES 211 F St. Elaine Leon, art inspired by Anime and Street Art; Ami Campbell, figurative and abstract reimagined local places; music with Xeff Scolari and friends.
ROSEBUD HOME GOODS – 213 F St. Music with cellist Korinza Shlanta.
HUMBOLDT BAY COFFEE - 526 Opera Alley Carrie White, artwork; free coffee samples.
CANVAS + CLAY - 233 F St.  We are pleased to be open for the official relaunch of First Saturday Night Arts Alive!1. Featuring C+C artist Charles Winans, psychedelic paintings; pop-up guest and staff artist, Jay Forbes, ceramics; dozens of artworks by our other talented C+C artists. Masks will be required indoors.
JUST MY TYPE LETTERPRESS PAPERIE - 235 F Street Margaret Kellermann, palette knife landscapes; live painting demonstrations; music with Tim Harkins.
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA INDIAN GIFT SHOP– 240 F St. Trinidad Goodshield, paintings, and musician.
SHIPWRECK – 430 Third St. Featured artist, Mario Matteoli, prints of paintings famous pop culture icons.
SIDEWALK GALLERY at Ellis Art & Engineering - 401 Fifth Street “Oh This Old Thing”, Bernadette Vielbig, artwork.
REDWOOD MUSIC MART – 511 F Street Music with The Redwood Dixie Gators.
HUMBOLDT ARTS COUNCIL – 636 F St. WILLIAM THONSON GALLERY “E-Motion”,Julie Frith, stabiles and mobiles; Kathryn Stotler, paintings. ANDERSON GALLERY “Perfect Blend”, Emily Reinhart, photo-realistic charcoal on wood panel.  KNIGHT GALLERY “A Weaver’s Life”, Victor Jacoby, weavings from HAC Permanent Collection, alongside original studies, sketches, quotes, and ephemera relating to his life as an artist. FLOYD BETTIGA GALLERY  Kerry Rowland-Averch, artwork. Rotunda Gallery From the Permanent Collection. Museum Store/Permanent Collection Gallery Gifts and merchandise inspired by artwork on view by Morris Graves, Glenn Berry, Melvin Schuler, and Romano Gabriel. HOMER BALABANIS GALLERY/HUMBOLDT ARTIST GALLERY An artist cooperative, featuring local artists working in a variety of media from representational and abstract paintings, prints, jewelry, photographs, and ceramics. Live music with The Francis Vanek Quartet, authentic style Jazz from the 50s and 60s featuring Francis Vanek (saxophone), Tim Randles (piano), Ken Lawrence (bass), and Dee Lehman (drums).
SYNAPSIS -1675 Union St. New location! Community dance and drum classes noon-3 p.m.

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Date: 
Saturday, July 3, 2021 - 6:00pm