Eureka’s galleries, museums, theaters, bars and dining places are open up after once again. On the other hand, individual organizations are nonetheless taking precautions to retain patrons and team safe and sound – like the request to put on masks when moving into their outlets and limiting the quantity of people today within at one time.

Art Centre Body Store 616 Second St. New outdoor mural by Kyle Sanders, Tulawat Island with a view of Outdated City on a storm day.

Art Heart House 620 2nd St. Featuring a variety of artists.

C Road STUDIOS 208 C St. Performs by Inventory 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. 

CANVAS + CLAY 233 F St. That includes C+C artist Charles Winans, psychedelic paintings pop-up guest and employees artist, Jay Forbes, ceramics dozens of artworks by our other C+C artists. Masks will be essential indoors.

CLARKE Historic MUSEUM 240 E St. NEALIS Corridor: Shirley Laos, fingers-on demos on processing beargrass utilised in weaving and dressmaking “Tools of the Trade,” checking out the various histories of firefighting in Humboldt County “Lentell Map,” 17-foot-tall papier mâché map of Humboldt County from 1915, restoration by Lisa Jarrow. Also stop by our Weapons Room.

CLARKE PARKING Great deal Humboldt Skate Lab skateboard demonstrations.


CLARKE PLAZA Fallen Firefighter Memorial

THE EPITOME GALLERY 420 Next St. That includes the artwork of operator Julie Finkelstein also portion of the Humboldt Skate Lab/Madrone skate deck art exhibit and sale.

FAMILIA Espresso at the Vance 525 Second St. Laura Chapman White, paintings. Cost-free espresso samples.

Superior RELATIONS 223 2nd St. “Great Fae,” Rhianna Williams, wearable art window types.

HUMBOLDT ARTS COUNCIL 636 F St. WILLIAM THONSON GALLERY: “E-Motion,” Julie Frith, stabiles and mobiles Kathryn Stotler, paintings. ANDERSON GALLERY: “Perfect Mix,” Emily Reinhart, photograph-real looking charcoal on wood panel. KNIGHT GALLERY: “A Weaver’s Existence,” Victor Jacoby, weavings from HAC Long term Selection, together with first experiments, sketches, quotes and ephemera relating to his lifestyle as an artist. FLOYD BETTIGA GALLERY: Kerry Rowland-Averch, artwork. Rotunda Gallery: From the Everlasting Collection. Museum Retail outlet/Everlasting Assortment Gallery: Items and products inspired by artwork on check out by Morris Graves, Glenn Berry, Melvin Schuler and Romano Gabriel. HOMER BALABANIS GALLERY/HUMBOLDT ARTIST GALLERY: An artist cooperative, featuring community artists doing work in a wide variety of media from representational and summary paintings, prints, jewelry, images, and ceramics. Live new music by The Francis Vanek Quarte.

HUMBOLDT BAY Coffee 526 Opera Alley. Carrie White, artwork. Totally free espresso samples.

JUST MY Kind LETTERPRESS PAPERIE 235 F St. Margaret Kellermann, palette knife landscapes reside painting demonstrations Audio by Tim Harkins.

MADRONE BRICK Hearth PIZZA & TAPROOM 421 3rd St. Annual fundraiser with Humboldt Skate Lab and The Epitome Gallery, painted skate decks will be on exhibit, and for sale. Audio with DJ Goldylocks.

Quite a few Palms GALLERY 438 Next St. Above 30 neighborhood artists.

MENDENHALL STUDIOS 215 C St. Artists’ studios will be open midday to 9 p.m. Music with Artwork Band during the working day and Celtic music with Blake Ritter 6-9 p.m.

Aged Town Artwork GALLERY 417 Next St. Showcased artist, Yvonne Jarrett, jewelry visitor artist, Kathryn Silvera, landscape painter.

Aged Town Espresso & Chocolates 211 F St. Elaine Leon, artwork impressed by Anime and Road Artwork Ami Campbell, figurative and summary reimagined neighborhood areas Audio by Xeff Scolari and friends.

Old Town Sq. Second and F streets. Michelle Norton, PlayfulGirlz aka buYPGZ, invites you to D.I.Y. tie dying.


REDWOOD Songs MART 511 F St. Tunes by The Redwood Dixie Gators.

ROSEBUD Dwelling Goods 213 F St. Tunes by Korinza Shlanta.

SAILOR’S GRAVE TATTOO 138 2nd St. Tattoo linked art, antiques, and memorabilia, as well as new is effective.

SHIPWRECK 430 Third St. Featured artist, Mario Matteoli, prints of paintings famed pop society icons.

SIDEWALK GALLERY at Ellis Artwork & Engineering 401 Fifth St. “Oh This Previous Issue,” Bernadette Vielbig, artwork.

SISTERS Garments COLLECTIVE 328 2nd St. Noah Rainone, Portland artist My Daughters the Otters, Linden Tyler, community creator. Refreshments served.

SPEAKEASY 411 Opera Alley. Stay music 8-10 p.m.

SYNAPSIS 1675 Union St. New place. Local community dance and drum courses noon-3 p.m.

TIMBER HERITAGE Association New! Trolley auto rides from Initially and C Streets to H Avenue. 6-8 p.m.

ZUMBIDO Gifts 410 Second St. Jaiden Clark, felt work. New music by David Pavlovich.