The Eureka Heritage Society's
Thresholds to the Past.
Sunday October 6, 12 to 5PM
The Eureka Heritage Society presents the Annual Home Tour for 2013.
Live music - Prizes - Refreshments - Vintage Cars - and eight historical buildings from 1906 to 1964.
Presale tickets a bargain!
$22 general admission (or $25 on day of tour)
$20 EHS members (or $23 on day of tour)
$10 students and children 6 and older (or $12 on day of tour)
EUREKA: Annex 39 next to Eureka Theatre, Shady Lady, 405 Henderson St., The Works, 210 C St.
ARCATA: Plaza, 808 G St, and The Rookery, 853 H St.
FERNDALE: Rings Pharmacy
FORTUNA: Greens Pharmacy
McKINLEYVILLE: Stork's Nest, McKinleyville Shopping Center.
Or call 443-4061
Purchase full-price tickets on tour day at the Redwood Art Association,
610 F St., Eureka.
Remember to be planning ahead for our Fabulous, and always very well-attended, Holiday Event, December 21st!
The Summer Event, August 17th!
: What's Next?
Every year The Eureka Heritage Society goes on a little summer get-away and this year we went down to Scotia for some sun, some lunch and a tour of the historic town.
A presentation by Frank Bacik, president of the town of Scotia, at the Winema Theatre was followed by a tour of the town and a catered picnic lunch.
Photos of the Scotia Summer Event just posted!
The 2013 Preservation Awards.
Sunday, May 19th, 2013 - 1:00PM
at the Eureka Woman's Club.
EUREKA – In celebration of its 40th anniversary, the Eureka Heritage Society presented five preservation awards at the Eureka Woman’s Club, 1531 J St.
The award-winners are individuals and groups within the community whose work has played a significant part in helping to preserve the city’s renowned historical architecture, according to EHS President Chuck Petty.
The categories and winners are:
Preservationist of the Year: Bill Hole, who leads the award-winning Historic Preservation and Restoration Technology Program at College of the Redwoods.
Residential Award: Seth and Jaime Lancaster, who are restoring an 1890 Italianate/Eastlake duplex at 1432 L St.
Adaptive Reuse Award: Dan Ricke, the owner of Picky Picky Picky who rehabbed a 1920s auto dealership building behind his business to create a second store, Picky Picky Picky Surplus.
Commercial Award: Kurt and Kim Kramer, who repaired the quake damage and rehabbed the 1908 Healy Brothers Building at 327 Second St.
Community Award: The congregation of Christ Episcopal Churchat H and 14th streets, for their ongoing preservation of the 1938 church building and rectory.
Following the awards ceremony a reception for the winners was held.
THE 2103 EHS ANNUAL MEETING:
2 Galleries of Photos taken at the 2013 Annual Meeting at the Oberon Grill:
516 Second Street in Eureka
Saturday, February 2, 2013.
By Joan Berman
Special Collections Librarian, Humboldt State University
*The Annual Meeting is a great time to renew your membership!
Pictures from the 2012 Home Tour:
"At Home with History"
The Annual Home Tour -Sunday, October 7, 2012
See Below for Photos of the 2012 Home Tour:
Clicking on the address of any of the featured Tour Sites (below)
will lead to a gallery of photos of that home or building.
This year's Tour sites include:
1449 B Street,
1003 B Street,
1409 C Street,
1534 D Street,
1525 J Street,
along with The Westside Community Improvement Association's Project:
Jefferson School Revitalization,
and the Bed & Breakfast,
Ship's Inn -821 D Street.
There are also photos here of the Bonus Attraction, The Annie B. Ryan HPRT Project House, 1000 F Street and the fabulous After Party at the Eureka Theatre!
Live Music at each site is a major part of what makes the tour so pleasant and so memorable.
Have a look at the line-up and schedule here:
Printable PDF of Musicians.
SATURDAY, JUNE 30th!
and the English Garden Tea
(including special English Garden weather).
The Eureka Heritage Society hosts a
Members Only" Summer Event.
MAY IS PRESERVATION MONTH!
- The Eureka Heritage Society presents:
the Annual Preservation Awards Ceremony on
Saturday, May 5th at 1:00PM
at the Eureka Woman's Club 1531 J Street, Eureka.
call 445 8775 for additional information.
This year's Awardees:
411 Opera Alley (Adaptive Reuse Award)
The Howatt Family Home
1922 F Street (Residential Award)
The Loheide Building
109 Fifth Street (Commercial Award)
Preservationist of the year:
THE CORNERSTONE FROM EUREKA'S
OLD CITY HALL TO BE RE-DEDICATED
On Saturday, May 19th, there will be a Cornerstone Dedication for the new plaque to be located at 3rd and G street, honoring the Old Eureka City Hall.
The ceremony will begin with the Mason's Parade at 10:45AM and continue with Cornerstone re-dedication speeches at the site, 11:00AM
Call 445 8775 for additional information.
During the month of May, Preservation Month, there will be a display in the Humboldt County Library.
The Annual Meeting
January 21st, 2012.
10AM -12 Noon
The Eureka Heritage Society
2012 EHS Annual Meeting.
Held this year at the SpeakEasy Bar, 411 Opera Alley (off F Street between 2nd and 3rd Streets) in Old Town, Eureka.
Please call (707) 445 8775for additional information.
FOR INFORMATION ABOUT LAST YEAR'S EVENTS AND EVENTS OF THE PAST, HAVE A LOOK IN THE ARCHIVE: