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First Saturday Night Arts Alive!

Saturday June 3, 2017


Presented by Eureka Main Street. Opening receptions for artists, exhibits and performances are held the first Saturday of each month, 6-9 p.m.. For more information, phone Eureka Main Street at 442-9054 or go to

ADORNI CENTER  1011 Waterfront Drive Barbara Saul, paintings. Paul Rickard, artwork. Danielle Carson, paintings.

ARKLEY CENTER FOR PERFORMING ARTS  412 G St. Ballet to Broadway will be performed by North Coast Dance June 3. Show starts at 7 p.m. $15 admission, general seating.

A TASTE OF BIM  613 Third St. Featuring art by Susan Strope

BACK ROOM GALLERY  525 Second St. Abstracts in the Back Room, Reuben T. Mayes, abstract expressionist artist, original acrylic paintings, greeting cards, prints (of SOLD originals), and t-shirts. Live painting with Reuben.

BELLA BASKETS  311 E St. Chelcie Startk, artwork; Robin and John Praytor, artwork; Humbolicious tasting bar where you can sample a variety of locally made artisan products. Featuring Humboldt Jerky Company.

BRENDA TUXFORD GALLERY at Ink People 525 Seventh St. Ink People Board and Staff show, gathering of art in various media.

BUTTONS 621  Third St. Come see our new look. Introducing Notions Sewing and Fiber Arts School.

CAFÉ NOONER  409 Opera Alley

Rick Vance, photography. Music by John Myers and Jim Silva, acoustic guitars and singing harmonies.

CHAPALA CAFE  201 Second St.

Kylan Luken, photography.


Eric Lee, paintings and sculptures.

CLARKE HISTORICAL MUSEUM  240 E St. Quilts from Humboldt County, featuring the Grant Quilt. The Sequoia Park Zoo is taking over the Community Case with a display celebrating its 110 year anniversary. Featuring Mark Alder, local landscape photographer; prints will be for sale in the gift shop.

C STREET STUDIOS & HALL GALLERY  208 C St. Stock and Rachel Schlueter "Plein Air Passage", paintings from one year on the road. Tyson Ritter, photography. Lida Penkova and studio artists, various media.


Bumper to Bumper, Frank Speck, an auto-themed collection painted in acrylics. Live music by Wynsome Winds.

DISCOVERY MUSEUM  612 G St. Kids Alive Drop Off Program 5:30 to 8 p.m. Kids 3-12 $15 members/$20 non members

EUREKA BOOKS  426 Second St.

Garth Williams, artwork.

FIVE ELEVEN  511 Second St.

Andrei Hedstorm, oil paintings.

GALLAGHER'S IRISH PUB  139 Second St. Ron Thompson, oil paintings.

HERE & THERE & VINTAGE  339 Second St. Featuring local crafts & gallery art, Mexican treasures. Music by Sara and Cousin Adam, coffeehouse folk.

HUMBOLDT ARTS COUNCIL  at the Morris Graves Museum of Art 636 F St. William Thonson Gallery Heritage Habitats, Ginger Owen-Murakami, & Vicki VanAmeyden. Six large-scale installation works that are the artists have been collaborating on. Knight Gallery Representational Art League, formed in 1987 by a group of serious, working artists to create, display and promote representational art in Humboldt County. Styles include impressionism to realism, from whimsical to narrative, oil, watercolor, acrylic, pastel and colored pencil. Anderson Gallery "Heirloom", Claire Rau.

HUMBOLDT BAY COFFEE  526 Opera Alley Sheik vs Wong, Sonny Wong and Sam Kagan, artwork. Music by Kenny Ray and the Mighty Rovers.

HUMBOLDT CHOCOLATE  425 Snug Alley Rob Hampson, artwork.

HUMBOLDT HERBALS  300 Second St. "Nature Through the Night", Cameron Cather, photography. Music by Seabury Gould and Mark Jenny.

HUMBOLDT HONEYWINE  723 Third St. "Inspired by Nature", Caitlan Fowler, surreal watercolors. Lularoe pop up store.

HUMBOLDT REPUBLIC  535 Fourth St. Canvases of local screen printing.

JACK'S SEAFOOD RESTAURANT  4 C St., Suite B Richard Dunning, paintings.

JUST MY TYPE LETTERPRESS  501 Third St. Clarie Harkins, painted silk scarves and hand knit goods. Dick Taylor Chocolates.


Betty Machi, jewelry with created patinas on vintage raw brass.

MANTOVA'S TWO STREET MUSIC  124 Second St. Music by The Robinsons, Hawaiian music.

MANY HANDS GALLERY 438 Second St. “Mindbender,” James Shelton, Borosilicate lamps and glass sculpture; “Cosmic elements,” Christina Anastasia, paintings.

OLD TOWN ANTIQUE LIGHTING 203 F St. John Palmer, landscape paintings.

OLD TOWN ART GALLERY  417 Second St Featured artist, Sara Westfal, oil and acrylic paintings.

OLD TOWN COFFEE and CHOCOLATES  211 F St. Employee show. Music by Jim Lahman.

ORANGE CUP CORAL SALON AND SPA  618 Second St. Rob Hampson, oil paintings; jewelry by the Hammered Posey by Oberon's own, Ashley English; Jennifer Rishel from Orchids for the People will bring her beauties for sale, rent and gifting. Gift certificates available. Beauty Barre, ballet-based gentle, yet powerful exercises. No prior dance experience is necessary.


Featured local artist.

PIANTE GALLERY  620 Second St. "About Color", Joan Gold. "Taking Flight", Rebecca Stauffer.

RAMONE'S  209 E St. Rick Gustafson, photography. Live music.

REDWOOD ART ASSOCIATION  603 F St. Fifty-ninth Summer Exhibition, In honor of Julia Bednar.

REDWOOD MUSIC MART  511 F St. Music by Good Old Boys, This harmonica and guitar duo features Michael Goodwin and John Foster.

SAILOR'S GRAVE TATTOO  138 Second St. Tattoo related art, antiques, and memorabilia. New works.

SHIPWRECK! Vintage and Handmade  430 Third St. Prints by Olympia artist Emily Martin (aka: Black Apple)

SIDEWALK GALLERY at Ellis Art and Engineering  401 Fifth St. Music of the Mind, Winston Papstien.

SMUG'S PIZZA  626 Second St.

Brandon Garland, pen and ink.

STEVE AND DAVE'S  First and C St. Barry Evans, photography. Music by Dr. Squid.

STONESTHROW BOUTIQUE  423 F St. Northcoast Open Studios Artists Reception.

THE BLACK FAUN GALLERY  212 G St. Conversa, Natalie Craig, and Maraceau Verdiere, paintings reflecting their dialogue.

THE BOOTH BREWING COMPANY 123 W. Third St. “Arts Alive After Party at The Booth.” Music by DJ Knutz.

THE LITTLE SHOP OF HERS  416 Second St. Seana Burden, paintings.

THE SIREN'S SONG  325 Second Street, Suite 102 Aaron Hypha, photography.

THE WINE SPOT  234 F St. Susan Strope, oil paintings. Jackson Thaler Ward, watercolor and paper engineering.

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