New Interpretive Signs on the Trail

The Waterfront Trail’s new interpretive signs are being put in place!

As we get ready for this Saturday’s big event, folks have been diligently putting up signs along the trail to give you a better understanding of the history of our area.

Shown are just a couple of them.

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Meet local artist Diego Harris – Part of Arts and Culture Festival

Meet Diego and hear about how he created two unique pieces.

Diego harris is one of our six artists commissioned to create artistic interactive benches for the Eureka Waterfront Trail. He will be discussing both of the pieces he has created.

See below for exclusive information and pictures from the Timber Heritage Bench. (Images are not yet available for the Kinetic piece.)

Details:

  • Saturday, September 29 • 12:00PM
  • Behind Target
  • Hear about how he created an unique piece representing our local railroad industry.

  • Saturday, September 29 • 4:00PM
  • Halvorsen Park
  • Hear about how he created a unique Kinetic themed piece.

About the pieces:

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First Look: Mendocino Triple Junction Bench

There’s another new bench on the Hikashari Trail!

Kyle and Amber Schlagenhauf have designed and set up the “Mendocino Triple Junction Bench” on the southern part of the Hikshari Trail.

See below for exclusive information, video, and pictures.

About the artists:

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Meet local artist Yannis Stefankis – Part of Arts and Culture Festival

Meet Yannis and hear about how he created two unique pieces.

Yannis Stefankis is one of our six artists commissioned to create artistic interactive benches for the Eureka Waterfront Trail. He will be discussing both of the pieces he has created.

See below for exclusive information and pictures.

Details:

  • Saturday, September 29 • 2:00PM
  • Wharfinger building
  • Hear about how he created an unique piece representing our local fishing industry

  • Saturday, September 29 • 3:00PM
  • Del Norte Street Pier
  • Hear about how he created two unique pieces that double as a play structure

About the artist:

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Pick up or print your FREE Arts and Culture Schedule Guide Now!

The Arts & Culture Festival schedule guides are in!

FREE!Come get your all encompassing guide to the day! They’re free!

Pick yours up at:

You can download a PDF and print out your own copy here.

Meet local artist Alme Allen – Part of Arts and Culture Festival

Meet Alme and hear about how he created a unique piece representing Wiyot Culture.

Alme Allen is one of our six artists commissioned to create artistic interactive benches for the Eureka Waterfront Trail. This bench is located past the Samoa Bridge before Blue Ox Mill and is already installed!

See below for exclusive information, pictures and a short video.

Details:

  • Saturday, September 29 • 1:00PM
  • On the trail just north of Samoa Bridge

About the artist:

  • Alme H. Allen III
  • Karuk/Yurok… Born 1970

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Build a Recycled Lantern and Light the Night Walk at Arts and Culture Festival

Two more great & fun events at the Arts and Culture Festival!

Come build your own handmade paper lantern with SCRAP Humboldt to use for our Light the Night Walk at 8pm! Then, bring your handmade lantern, light it up, and talk a night walk on the brand new Eureka Waterfront Trail!

Details:

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