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First Saturday Night Arts Alive! 

Saturday, July 3, 6-9 p.m.

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. Mystic of Fire and Snow, art of Roerich Nicolas.

2: THE INK PEOPLE CENTER FOR THE ARTS 411 12th St. The Nylon, The Stitch and My Wardrobe, body coverings as art.

3: HUMBOLDT ARTS COUNCILat Morris Graves Museum of Art 636 F St.Performance Rotunda;William Thonson Gallery:Images of Water,* annual photography competition; **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 students and Morris Grave Museum,*one-and two-dimensional works;Annex, and Museum Gift Shop:gift items from artisans from Humboldt County and around the globe; Floyd Bettiga Gallery:selections from the Humboldt Arts Council Permanent Collection; Art in Motion Old Town and Downtown: one-of-a-kind artist mannequins on display in businesses (walking brochure available from HAC).

4: RYAN FRAY INSURANCE537 7th and G sts. Jackie Oshiro, paintings.

5: EUREKA CONCERT AND FILM CENTER612 F St. Indie rock music by The Hot Daughtry’s at 7 p.m.

6: EUREKA OLD GLASS HOUSE and ANTIQUES604 F St. Eureka Soap Factory, artistic designer soaps.

7: OBENTO517 F St. Music by the Freshwater Jazz Combo.

8: SACRED PALACE-BIKRAM YOGA-HUMBOLDT516 5th St. Scott Sherman, watercolors; music by San Diego bands Deep Rooted and Science Fiction; Deep Groove Society DJs.

9: HUMBOLDT JIUJITSU GYM718 5th St. Major Players, group show.

10: HUMBOLDT TATOO710 5th St. Paintings of Derek Adams and Space; grafitti art.

11: EUREKA SPA601 5th St. Sara Westfahl.

12: PLAZA DESIGN 427 F St. Michael Guerriero.

13: SIDEWALK GALLERY at Ellis Art and Engineering 401 5th St. Bruce Hamilton, Tension Design, art meets engineering.

14: SACRED BODIES PILATES525 E St. Ed Linn and Carmel Reyes.

15: WACHOVIA SECURITIES/AG EDWARDS318 5th St. John Wesa and Sarah Mitchell.

16: AMIGAS BURRITOS317 5th St. Marsha Lee, photographs.

17: COCHRANE AND ASSOCIATES402 E St. Garland Street Studio.

18: EMPIRE SQUARED47 W. 3rd St.Flag Show Extravaganza.

19: CHERI BLACKERBY GALLERY at the Studio272 C St. Mariel McLoney, Mariel’s Mosaics Outside the Box; Dawn Wentworth and Helena Williams, Dream of Art.


21: C STREET HALL GALLERY208 C St. Tom Klapproth, Terry Oats, Regina Case, Curtis Otto, Walt Padget, Georgia Long, Rachel Schleuter and Natalie Craig.

22:RELFECTIONS 202 C St. Nature photographs.

23: OLD TOWN ANTIQUE LIGHTING GALLERY139-B 2nd St. (at the Eagle House) John Palmer, landscape oil paintings; music by Sierra Kaup, piano, and Maya Kaup, harp.

24: STEVE AND DAVE’S1st and C sts. Music by Dr. Squid; photographs.

24a: THE TREASURE TROVE220 1st St. Shelby Allen, metal art.

25: CHAPALA CAFE201 2nd St. Southwest artists’ prints.

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

27: CONSIDERATIONS at CONSIDER THE ALTERNATIVES300 2nd St. Carol W. Telesky, 101 in Silver and Gold,representational paintings.

28: ART OF WINE308 2nd St. Megan Thomas, oil paintings; Sara Starr, Karen Merry, Mary Anderson, Julia Bednar and Paul Fabian, watercolors; Yanni Stefanakis, glass sculpture; Jocelyn Stewart, photographs.

28a: CIARA’S IRISH SHOP334 2nd St. Diane Willliams.

28b: BREEZY BLUE BOUTIQUE214 E St. Belly dancing.

29: CLARKE HISTORICAL MUSEUM3rd and E sts. Exhibits on the Olympics, embroidery, Arcata, Art Deco and presidential elections; reception and live music.

29a: KRONOS ART GALLERY317 3rd St. Erik Hovath, paintings; music by Tamaras.

29b: OSCAR LARSON AND ASSOCIATES RENTAL GALLERY317 3rd St. Gary Todoroff, Tryggvi Larum and Carl Baggett.

30: THE BEAD SHOPPE418 3rd St. Sarah Morris, singer, jewelry designer and painter.

31: ANNIE MAGNOLIA424 3rd St. Kathryne DeLorne,Faces from the Deep, masks.

32:GAIA IMPORTS426 3rd St. Shoshanna and Ya Habibi early show; Genevieve’s Beginner Tribal Troupe at 8 p.m.

33: SHIPWRECK found treasures430 3rd St. Jake Mondragon, paintings and drawings.

34: THE RITZ TEPANYAKI3rd and F sts. Suza Lambert.

35: CIN CIN ALL ITALIANA201 3rd St. Richard Dunning.

36: OPERA ALLEY BISTRO409 Opera Alley. Vonnie Davidson and Patrick Eytchison surrealistic imagination;

36a: CLARKE PLAZAMusic by the Eureka Full Gospel Choir.

37: HUMBOLDT BAY KEEPER211 E St. Photo Contest entries of Humboldt Bay; music TBA.

38: RAMONE’S209 E St. Blake Regan; music by The Tao Jonsers.

39: BOOKLEGGER402 2nd St. Mike Nickerson, author ofLife, Money, and Illusion,on transforming toward sustainability at 5:30 p.m.; book signing from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

40: TRUCHAS GALLERY/LOS BAGELS403 2nd St. Charity Grella, textile art.

41: BELLE STARR405 2nd St. Julia Bednar, landscape watercolors.

42: OLD TOWN SQUARE2nd and F sts. KHUM broadcasts live in front of Venlo Chocolates.

43: NORTH SOLES FOOTWEAR 417 2nd St. Ste. 102 Megan McKenzie, photographs.

43a: 1ST STREET GALLERY422 1st St. Joan Gold, Sanctuary,paintings; Amy Granfield, Kelly Leal, Lush Newton, Rachel Schlueter, Naomi Mest and Peggy Loudon,Beaux Zoos.

44: GRAYSTONE JEWELERS1st and E sts. Humboldt Arts Council,Art in Motion, one-of-a-kind artist mannequins.

44a: SEA BREEZE CANDY AND TEE’S F St. Plaza. Jelly Belly mosaic of President Lincoln.

45: STRICTLY FOR THE BIRDS123 F St. Paula Anderson, watercolors.

46: BELLA BASKETS412 2nd St. Sandy Popko, photographs of Humboldt County.

47: GEPPETTO’S 416 2nd St. Collectible toys, cards and gifts.

48: EUREKA BOOKS426 2nd St. The Photographs of Edward Curtis,portraits of Native Americans; Josh Emmons, Prescription for a Superior Existence.

48a: SHORELINES GALLERY 434 2nd St. Pottery kept underwater in a natural pearl farms for 2 years.

49: MANY HANDS GALLERY 438 2nd St. Lunel Haysmer, assemblage collection.

50: ALL UNDER HEAVEN 212 F St. Augustus Clark.

51: BELLA DESIGN218 F St. Linda Sundquist, paintings; music by Jimi Jeff and the Gypsy Band.

52: SASAFRASS226 F St. Julie Frith, Kinetic modern mobiles.

53: ALIROSE BOUTIQUE228 F St. Amanda Elizabeth Woodward, watercolors.

54: DOT AND DAUGHTER311 F St. Tom Strutton, mixed media, drawings and paintings.

55: CODY GALLERY527 4th St. Ralphie Hendrix, watercolors; John Crater, oil paintings; George Bucquet, art glass.

56: COCO AND CUVEE531 3rd St. Amber Billings, photographs.

57: DISCOVERY MUSEUM 3rd and F sts. Closed for the month of July.

58: AMERICAN INDIAN ART AND GIFT SHOP241 F St. Korby Skoglund, paintings and bead works.

59: OLD TOWN ART GALLERY233 F St. All-member show for Open Studios.

60: BON BONIERE 215 F St. Russ Spivey, digital photographs; music by Dale Winget.

61: OLD TOWN COFFEE AND CHOCOLATES211 F St. Music by the Berel Alexander Sextet; Angela Armigo, surrealistic acrylic art.

62: NATURAL SELECTION AND THE EMERALD CITY203 F St. Bob and Donna Sellers, Kinetic Sculpture paintings and North Coast images.

63: HOLLYGOLIGHTLY514 2nd St. Seth Strope, mixed media abstract paintings.

64: LINEN CLOSET127 F St. Visit with CASA volunteers.

65: HURRICANE KATE’S 511 2nd St. Dennis Miller, Big Feather photographs; Jo Pritchett, abstract paintings.

66: BLISS527 2nd St. Terry Cook, photographs.

67:HIMALYAN RUG TRADER 529 2nd St. Acoustic folk music by Chastity Revival.

68: BUHNE ART STUDIOS207 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.

69:HUMBOLDT CARPET SHOWROOM2nd and G sts. Gus Clark, acrylics; Margriet Seinen, paintings on silk; electronically enhanced didgeridoo music by John Hardin.

70: SUKI BOUTIQUE612 2nd St. Dan Caspary.

71: PIANTE GALLERY620 2nd St. Native artists Brian D. Tripp, George Blake, Karen Noble, Robert Benson, Deborah McConnell, Louisa Debrose McConnell, Frank Tuttle, Lynn Risling, Julian Lang, Alme Allen, Annalea Norris, Rick Bartow, Frank LaPena and Frank Buffalo Hyde,Keeping The Faith.

72: SMUG’S PIZZA 626 2nd St. Rick.

73: AVALON3rd and G sts. William Pierson,35 Days in Southern Europe, fine art photographs.

74: FRONT PORCHat Lost Coast Brewery 615 4th St. Hearts and Roses.

75: RD REALTY SERVICES728 2nd St. Lisa Kinn, prints and oils.

76: HAS BEANS738 2nd St.

77: STUDIO S717 3rd St. Paintings of water.

78: BIGFOOT COMPUTERS AND PHOTOGRAPHY TOO…905 3rd St. Frank Mallatt, photographs.

79: ANTIQUES AND GOODIES1128 3rd St. Dolores Terry, oil paintings; Julia Bednar, paintings; Elsie Mendes.

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