November Arts Alive!

 

FIRST SATURDAY NIGHT ARTS ALIVE

Eureka Main Street presents First Saturday Night Arts Alive on November 6th from 6-9pm. Our galleries, museums, theaters, bars and restaurants are open once again!!!  However, an emphasis on Covid safety precautions to keep patrons and staff safe requires everyone to wear masks indoors and outdoors during the event. Please let us all show love and respect for our wonderful businesses!

VACCINATION STATION – 231 2nd St. Public Health will be holding a vaccination clinic. Boosters available. Get vaccinated during Arts Alive and enter to win a gift basket from local merchants!

TIMBER HERITAGE ASSOCIATION – Trolley Car Rides from First and C to H Sts5-7 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 St. Studio D2 “Clown Town” an exhibition of clown paintings by Lida Wise. Also showing works by Nancy Flemming, Susan Ornelas and Rachel Schlueter.
GOOD RELATIONS – 223 Second St.  Ken Mierzwa, photography, “Feral”. Desert Lillies’s Burlesque will be modeling in the windows. A one-time 20% discount off anything in the store for showing proof of vaccination.
SISTERS CLOTHING COLLECTIVE – 328 Second St.  
OTTO AND OLIVE BOUTIQUE – 330 Second St. Jasha Mae, Simply Felt, custom felt Waldorf style dolls.
RAMONE’S BAKERY– 209 E St. Barrie Love, photography and mixed media.
CLARKE HISTORICAL MUSEUM – 240 E St. Migration Festival (Noon – 6pm) This fun outdoor event features good music, baile folklorico or traditional dances from Central America, tasty food and drink like horchata, aguas frescas, tamales, pan dulce (sweet bread), pan de muerto (sweet bread traditionally prepared for dia de los muertos or day of the dead), and street corn, and art displays featuring traditional embroidery styles from Central and South America, sponsored by the Lisa Slack Family. In the event of rain, this event will move into the Museum.
Eureka Visitor Center – 240 E St. Various local artisans. Snacks and water available for purchase.
CLARKE PLAZA – FALLEN FIREFIGHTER MEMORIAL
SPEAKEASY – 411 Opera Alley Live music 8-10 p.m.
BELLE STARR – 405 Second St Christina Anastasia, locally-made artisan jewelry. Christina’s jewelry will be available in the store from 10am- 9pm. The artist will be in the store from 6-9pm.
THE WINE CELLAR – 407 Second St.
LITTLE SHOP OF HERS – 416 Second St.
THE EPITOME GALLERY – 420 Second St.
EUREKA BOOKS – 426 Second St.
OLD TOWN ART GALLERY – 417 Second St. Featured artist, Stanfrd Pyron, oil paintings. FAMILIA COFFEE at the Vance - 525 Second St. 
REDWOOD RETRO – 211 G St.
OLD TOWN INK LAB – 212 G St., Ste. 103 Creative vending machine.
ART CENTER FRAME SHOP – 616 Second St.
ART CENTER SPACE – 620 Second St. Featuring various artists.
TIMBER BOUTIQUE – 514 Second St.
HUMBOLDT BAY COFFEE – 520 2nd St. 
SAGE CLOTHING – 203 F St.
OLD TOWN COFFEE & CHOCOLATES 211 F St. Artist/Music TBD
ROSEBUD HOME GOODS – 213 F St.
SEKOYA BOTANICALS  215 F St. Jimmy Callian, Photography. Critters4Love pup-up in front of the shop. Giving out Love Mini Donuts!
LAND OF LOVELY – 127 F S.  Holiday Open House (all day), Julia Sheppard, harpist from 11am-2pm and Michael Dayvid singing from 6-8pm.
HUMBOLDT BAY COFFEE - 526 Opera Alley 
CANVAS + CLAY - 233 F St. “Vanishing”, Acrylic paingings, watercolors, drawings, sculpture, textile and mixed media.
JUST MY TYPE LETTERPRESS PAPERIE - 235 F St. 
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA INDIAN GIFT SHOP– 240 F St.
SHIPWRECK – 430 Third St. Chelsea Sanderson, mixed media.
SIDEWALK GALLERY at Ellis Art & Engineering - 401 Fifth St. Jim Groeling and Bonnie Oliver, the art of architectural hand drafting.
ZEN HEALING – 437 F St.
REDWOOD MUSIC MART – 511 F St. Music by Safety Corridor brass band.
EUREKA RUBBER STAMP CO. – 520 F St. Sheala Duncan, pop-up print show, including originals from printmaking press along with giclée’s of water color illustration & printed murals.
ABRAXAS SHOES & LEATHER – 615 5th St.
REDWOOD ART ASSOCIATION - 603 F St. Halloween Exhibition. Redwood Camera Club in the Personal Gallery. Cora Wright collection of Humboldt Landscapes is on loan from the Clarke Museum.
MORRIS GRAVES MUSEUM OF ART – 636 F St. The Blueberry Hill Boogie Band is a good times rock & roll group, blending jukebox standards and radio classics with originals written by singer/guitarist Daniel Nickerson. Using just bass, drums, and guitar, the group plays movement music, stretching out songs with extended grooves and improvisations influenced equally by jazz, punk rock, and the radio hits always on the airwaves. The project is a tribute to the founders and innovators of American music, using the songs and styles of great artists from the past as a starting point for creating new songs and sounds. The band features Daniel Nickerson, guitar & vocals, Cyrus Smith, electric bass,  and Alex Montes de Oca, drums. 
Make sure to visit each of the galleries while you’re in the museum Saturday night too! Lay eyes on our newly installed exhibition, West Coast: Recent Gifts to the HAC, gifts from the John Natsoulas Center for the Arts, as well as Languisher, an exhibition by Stephen Nachtigall, and Portraiture & Process, portraits of artists paired with their art.
 


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Date: 
Saturday, November 6, 2021 - 6:00pm