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First Saturday Night Arts Alive! 

Saturday, June 7, 6-9 p.m.

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First Saturday Night Arts Alive!

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First Saturday Night Arts Alive!is presented by Eureka Main Street and US Bank. Opening receptions for artists, exhibits and/or performances are held the first Saturday of each month. Phone 707-442-9054, for more information or to have an exhibit/performance included.


1: ST. INNOCENT ORTHODOX CHURCH 939 F St. Patron Saints: Their Images and Stories, icons of different Saints and their stories as presented by parishioners.

2: THE INK PEOPLE CENTER FOR THE ARTS 411 12th St: Tuxford Gallery.*Fabrication Show,* three dimensional art assemblages; Brenda Gallery.Barbara Domanchuck, Old Growth Redwoods Are Alive.

3: SHIP'S INN BED AND BREAKFAST 821 D St. Jill Faulkner, representational style oil paintings.

4: HUMBOLDT ARTS COUNCIL at Morris Graves Museum of Art 636 F St. Performance Rotunda:Lisa Hale, The Rotunda In Bloom; William Thonson Gallery: 7th Annual Northwest Eye Regional Photography Competition and Exhibition; Homer Balabanis Gallery: Morris Graves: Selections from the Humboldt Art Council Permanent Collection and Fermin Aguayo, paintings; Tom Knight Gallery: Janice Pittsley,Traces; Dr. Richard and Elizabeth Anderson Gallery: Shelly Gardner, Surface Tension; Youth Gallery: Humboldt State University Studio School, one-and two-dimensional works; Annex, and Museum Gift Shop: gift items from artisans from Humboldt County and around the globe; Floyd Bettiga Gallery: Joseph Carter,Selections from Sketchbooks.

5a: RYAN FRAY INSURANCE 537 7th and G sts. Jackie Oshiro, watercolors.

5b: EUREKA CONCERT AND FILM CENTER 612 F St. Sanctuary Stage presents Balle du'Fromage, cabaret music and improv teen theater at 7 p.m.

5: EUREKA OLD GLASS HOUSE AND ANTIQUES 604 F St. Eureka Soap Factory, artistic designer soaps.

6: SWANLUNDS 527 F St. Ansel Adams, 31 photographs of American landscapes.

6a: OBENTO517 F St. Music by the Freshwater Jazz Combo.

7: HUMBOLDT JIUJITSU GYM 718 5th St. Major Players, group show.

8: HUMBOLDT TATOO 710 5th St. Paintings of Derek Adams and Space; grafitti art.

8a: BENCHMARK REALTY GROUP 818 6th St. Rachel Daniels, photographs.

9: EUREKA SPA 601 5th St. Sara Westfahl.

10: ARKLEY CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS 412 G St. North Coast Dance presents Jack and the Beanstalk. 442-1956.

11: PLAZA DESIGN 427 F St. Latino artists Junior DeLeon, Victor Hernandez and Anthony Machado; music by Morgan Corviday.

12: MOON'S PLAY 'N LEARN 5th and F sts. Pine Hill After School Program.

13: SACRED BODIES PILATES 525 E St. Ed Linn and Carmel Reyes.

14: WACHOVIA SECURITIES/AG EDWARDS 318 5th St. John Wesa and Sarah Mitchell.

15: AMIGAS BURRITOS 317 5th St. Marsha Lee, photographs of the local area.

16: COCHRANE AND ASSOCIATES 402 E St. Garland Street Studio.

17a: ALTERNATIVE BUILDING CENTER 4 W. 4th St. David Terry, woodworks with reclaimed materials; Matt O'Brien, paintings.

17: EMPIRE SQUARED 47 W. 3rd St. 5th Annual Invitational.

18: CHERI BLACKERBY GALLERY at the Studio 272 C St. Mariel McLoney, Dawn Wentworth and Helena Williams, Mariel's Mosaics Outside the BoxandDream of Art.

19: ACCIDENT GALLERY 210 C St. Lee Harvey Roswells, Mugshots; Natalie Macellaio and Shannon Sullivan, Bump; live Improvisational Soundtrack provided by Kyle Blasé, performance by local belly dancers.

20: C STREET HALL GALLERY 208 C St. Landscape Show in honor of John Crater's The Road to 1,000 Paintings features Walt Padgett, Terry Oats, Kathy O'Leary, Augustus Clark, Mariam Pao, Stock Schlueter and Rachel Schleuter.

21: RELFECTIONS 202 C St. Flying Pig Woodworks, wood art.

22: OLD TOWN ANTIQUE LIGHTING GALLERY 139-B 2nd St. (at the Eagle House). Valerie Carmen and Mark Wells, landscapes and still lifes in watercolor and oil; classical and Baroque music by Judith Louise and Joyce Carter.

23: STEVE AND DAVE'S 1st and C sts. Live music by Dr. Squid; photographs.

23a: THE TREASURE TROVE 220 First St. Alan Justice, nature photographs; live music by Wabe Sabe.

24: CHAPALA CAFE 201 2nd St. Southwest artists' prints.

24a: GOOD RELATIONS 223 2nd St. Thomas Hovie, Study of Form and Color, acrylics on canvas and pencil.

25: CONSIDERATIONS at CONSIDER THE ALTERNATIVES 300 2nd St. Carol W. Telesky, 101 in Silver and Gold, representational paintings; live music by Howdy Emerson, Celtic harpist and Hospital Music Practitioner.

26: ART OF WINE 308 2nd St. Megan Thomas, oil paintings; Greg Lattanza, Jocelyn Stewart and Lauren Miller, photographs; Georgia Long, abstracts; Mary Anderson and Julia Bednar, watercolor seascapes.

26a: EMERALD CITY 310 2nd St. Wendy Davis, CampShirts; massages by licensed holistic massage practitioners.

27: ROMANO GABRIEL SQUARE 2nd Street (across from Emerald City). Studio of Dance Arts performs pieces from its annual summer production.

28: CIARA'S IRISH SHOP 334 2nd St. Diane Willliams.

28a: BREEZY BLUE BOUTIQUE 214 E St. Anna Amezcua, original paintings.

28b: CLARKE HISTORICAL MUSEUM 3rd and E sts. Exhibit on Art Deco style of the 1920s and 30s.

29: KRONOS ART GALLERY 317 3rd St. Chet Atkins and Mike Depew, raku ceramics; music by John King and Dogbone in the Atrium.

29a: OSCAR LARSON AND ASSOCIATES GALLERY 317 3rd St. Tryggvi Larum and Gary Todoroff.

30: THE BEAD SHOPPE 418 3rd St. Jessica Lynn's Jewels.

31: ANNIE MAGNOLIA 424 3rd St. Liz Garrett, seaside art.

32: GAIA IMPORTS 426 3rd St. Belly dancing with Shoshana and Yahabibi Dance Troupe.

33: THE RITZ TEPANYAKI 3rd and F sts. Suza Lambert.

34: CIN CIN ALL ITALIANA 201 3rd St. Richard Dunning.

35: OPERA ALLEY BISTRO 409 Opera Alley. Vonnie Davidson, Dark and Light; music by David Fouche.

36: HUMBOLDT BAY KEEPER 211 E St. Photos of Humboldt Bay contest entries; music by the Sari Baker Trio.

37: RAMONE'S 209 E St. Donna Bush and Paula Anderson; performance with puppets and musical instruments by Hibbity Skibbity.

38: BOOKLEGGER 402 2nd St. Art of the written word, as well as books on art.

39: TRUCHAS GALLERY/LOS BAGELS 403 2nd St. Charity Grella, textile works.

40: BELLE STARR 405 2nd St. Matthew Flemming.

41: OLD TOWN SQUARE 2nd and F sts. KHUM broadcasts live in front of Venlo Chocolates; music by the steel drum band Pan Dulce.

42: NORTH SOLES FOOTWEAR 417 2nd St. Suite 102. Jeff Foster, photographs.

43: GRAYSTONE JEWELERS 1st and E sts. Students' winning designs from the Mother's Day pendant contest.

44: SEA BREEZE CANDY AND TEE'S F Street Plaza.

45: VANITY 109 F St. The Breast Fest: evening of art, beverages and hors d'oeuvres with the Humboldt Community Breast Project.

45a: STRICTLY FOR THE BIRDS 123 F St. Linda Yaple, photographs.

46: BELLA BASKETS 412 2nd St. Sandy Popko, photographs of Humboldt County.

47: GEPPETTO'S 416 2nd St.

48: EUREKA BOOKS 426 2nd St. A Celebration of Peter Palmquist,books and historical photographs.

48a: SHORELINES GALLERY 434 2nd St. Local glass blower Mike Warren, seashells and jellyfish.

49: MANY HANDS GALLERY 438 2nd St. Lunel Haysmer, river stones decorated with different spiritual traditions.

50: ALL UNDER HEAVEN 212 F St.

51: TALISMAN BEADS 214 F St. Performance art in the window stars Jimmy Jam.

52: BELLA DESIGN 218 F St. Linda Sundquist, paintings; music by Jimi Jeff and the Gypsy Band.

53: SASAFRASS 226 F St. Julie Frith, Kinetic modern mobiles.

54: ALIROSE BOUTIQUE 228 F St. Amanda Elizabeth Woodward, watercolors.

55: SHIPWRECK FOUND TREASURES 322 F St. Gretchen Anderson and Jess Trudeau.

56: DOT AND DAUGHTER 311 F St. Tom Strutton, mixed media, drawings and paintings.

57: CODY GALLERY 527 4th St. Ralphie Hendrix, watercolors; John Crater, oil paintings; George Bucquet, art glass.

58: COCO AND CUVEE 531 3rd St. Amber Billings, photographs.

59: DISCOVERY MUSEUM 3rd and F sts. Kids' Alive: Much Ado About Theatre, drop off children ages 3-11 from 5:30-8 p.m. $15/$12 museum members.

60: AMERICAN INDIAN ART AND GIFT SHOP 241 F St. Lou Moerner, Ani-yv-wiya tribal member, handmade fabric tote bags made from reclaimed and recycled fabrics.

61: OLD TOWN ART GALLERY 233 F St. All-member show for Open Studios.

62: BON BONIERE 215 F St. Shoshanna Bernie; music by guitar/vocalist Dale Winget.

63: OLD TOWN COFFEE AND CHOCOLATES 211 F St. Music by Spudgun; Alan Sampson, photographs from India and Tibet.

64: NATURAL SELECTION 203 F St. Bob and Donna Sellers, Kinetic Sculpture paintings and North Coast images.

65: HOLLYGOLIGHTLY 514 2nd St. Susan Strope, paintings.

66: LINEN CLOSET 127 F St.

67: HURRICANE KATE'S 511 2nd St. Dennis Miller, photographs; Jo Pritchett, abstract paintings.

68: BLISS 527 2nd St. Terry Cook, photographs.

69: HIMALYAN RUG TRADER 529 2nd St.

70: BUHNE ART STUDIOS 207 G St., 2nd Floor. Cory Calantropio, watercolors, sunsets, abstracts and prints; Studio 102: Karen Merry, watercolor and mixed-media paintings and pen-and-ink works; The Artist's Connection Studio 116: Pamela Reeder, Michelle Murphy-Ferguson and Juanita Larson.

71: HUMBOLDT CARPET SHOWROOM 2nd and G sts. Robert Vasic, multi media works; Blake Reagan; Shanon Korb.

72: SUKI BOUTIQUE 612 2nd St. Dan Caspary.

73: PIANTE GALLERY 620 2nd St. Frank Buffalo Hyde, Smith River, oils on panels; Dona Blakely, Illuminated Spring: Love Letters from Mother Earth, mixed media; Jesse Corning.

74: SMUG'S PIZZA 626 2nd St. Justin.

75: AVALON 3rd and G sts. William Pierson, Thirty-Five Days in Southern Europe, photographs.

76: FRONT PORCH at Lost Coast Brewery 615 4th St. Hearts and Roses.

77: RD REALTY SERVICES 728 2nd St. Lisa Kinn, prints and oils.

78: HAS BEANS 738 2nd St.

79: STUDIO S 717 3rd St. Susan and Seth Strope, paintings; Open Studios preview.

79a: BIGFOOT COMPUTERS AND PHOTOGRAPHY TOO... 905 3rd St. Frank Mallatt, photographs.

80: ANTIQUES AND GOODIES 1128 3rd St. Still lifes by various artists.

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