Live Art and Community Mural at Arts and Culture Festival

An electricity box and wooden water spout structure will be painted and transformed by two local artists during the Arts & Culture Festival.

FREE!Watch Sierra Jenkins and Kati Texas turn these boxes into works of art!

Also, the retaining wall along waterfront drive will have over 15 artists working on their own original murals throughout the day. You can also help create a community based mural and add your own original content!

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PacOut Kayak Tours as part of Arts and Culture Festival

Pacific Outfitters will be offering Guided Kayak Tours of Eureka’s Waterfront Trail as part of the Arts and Culture Festival.

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PacOut Electric Bike Rides at Arts and Culture Festival

Get out and ride and electric bike along the waterfront Trail!

These are hi-end electric bikes that can reach speeds of 30 mph. This is a great way to see Eureka’s new Waterfront Trail!

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Speeder Rides During Arts and Culture Festival

Take a ride on the historic speeders from the Timber Heritage Association.

Come join us for this exciting historic ride over the Eureka Slough Bridge as part of the Arts and Culture Festival and Waterfront Trail Grand opening.

It will depart from under the Samoa Bridge, just east of the Adorni Community and Recreation Center. Event co-hosted with Eureka Community Services. Thanks to our sponsor Recology Humboldt County, ticket prices will be reduced.

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UPDATE: Arts and Culture Schedule Update

Updated

(This update reflects the schedule as of September 5, 2018 and includes much more information).

  • When: Saturday, September 29th from 12pm-8:30pm.
  • Where: Halvorsen Park, 1003-1057 Waterfront Dr, Eureka, CA 95501, USA
  • Cost: FREE community event!

Tentative Schedule as of September 5, 2018

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Discounted Water Rentals as Part of Arts and Culture Festival

Play on the bay during the Arts & Culture Festival!

Stop by the Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center and try out kayaks, canoes, and paddleboards and save money.

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Theatrical Walking Tour of Waterfront on Art and Culture Festival

This will be great fun!FREE!

The Northcoast Repertory Theater will be giving guided theatrical tours of our waterfront, and including its history.

They will be in period-appropriate costumes too!

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UPDATE: Yokels Rockabilly Group New Performance Times

This update reflects a change in times for the performance and the addition of a second performance.

Free performance as part of the Arts and Culture Festival!

The Yokels have been in your back yards, barns, taverns and on stages in FREE!Humboldt County since the late ’70’s. Get ready for some Re-imagined Rock and Roll with heaping helping of Original Heartbreak Soul for lovers only. Get ready for the Yokels as part of the initial Arts & Culture / Waterfront Trail Celebration on September 29.

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Roll and Stroll at Arts and Culture Event

Tri-County Independent Living is partnering with the City of Eureka, Community Services Department to put on “Roll~N~Stroll” to raise money for the Sequoia Park Project and for new projects and programs at Tri-County Independent Living. This event will take place Saturday, September 29, 2018.

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  • Meet under Samoa Bridge off Waterfont Dr.
  • Registration at 9:30am
  • 2k starts at 10:00 am • 5k starts at 10:30 am
  • $10 entry or $20 for family
  • Under 12 admitted free

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Yokels Rockabilly Group Added to Arts & Culture Festival

FREE!Free performance as part of the Arts and Culture Festival!

The Yokels have been in your back yards, barns, taverns and on stages in Humboldt County since the late ’70’s. Get ready for some Re-imagined Rock and Roll with heaping helping of Original Heartbreak Soul for lovers only. Get ready for the Yokels as part of the initial Arts & Culture / Waterfront Trail Celebration on September 29.

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