Vintage Holiday Boutique

Exclusive Members-Only Preview

11:00 am–Noon, Saturday Dec. 4

Enjoy complimentary refreshments and be the first to shop our unique selection of gifts ready for giving.

Bring your invitation postcard for early entrance.

Vintage Holiday Boutique

Saturday & Sunday, December 4th & 5th
Noon–7:00 pm

Annie B. Ryan House & Gardens
1000 F Street, Eureka

Come and enjoy festive holiday libations and shop our unique selection of gifts ready for giving.

Vintage Handmade Items | Gift baskets | Wreaths
Mulling Spices | Pillows | Candles
Holiday Stockings | Antiques & Vintage Items
Baked Goodies | Holiday Ornaments
Ideas for the most difficult-to-buy-for people on your list!

Please Join Us!

Consider buying a brick for that hard-to-buy-gifts-for relative!

All proceeds will benefit the ongoing restoration of the historic Annie B. Ryan Victorian House & Gardens.
Sponsored by the Eureka Heritage Society, Annex ’39 and the Fat Cat Bakery.

Humboldt County Covid-19 guidelines will apply. Please wear a mask and comply with social distancing mandates.

We at the Society are proud to list the many sponsors from our city that stepped up to help make this fundraising event a success.   These many businesses showed amazing support for this event and we encourage everyone to support them and thank them for their donations.

  • Cherry Blossom Bakery
  • Pure Water Spas
  • Yarn
  • Tony Gosselin and Sons
  • Toy Box
  • Amigas Burritos
  • Leon’s Car Care Center
  • Mike’s Drive-Up
  • Humboldt Smokehouse
  • Eureka Florist
  • Pierson’s
  • Porter Street BBQ
  • Kristina’s Restaurant 
  • Tetrault Carwash Center
  • Hensell Materials Inc
  • Redwood Realty 
  • Lamplighter Motel 
  • Hydrangea Inn
  • Bev’s Real Kids
  • Toshiba Copies Plus
  • Fat Cat Bakery
  • Annex 39
  • Scrappers Edge
  • Eureka Co-op
  • Redwood Capital
  • Carpet Depot
  • Anglin Second Hand
  • Dick Taylor Chocolate 
  • US Bank  Henderson Center
  • Tri-County Bank   Henderson Center

Eureka Heritage Society Preservation Awards 2021

On July 10, 2021, The Eureka Heritage Society presented its 2021 Preservation Awards before a small gathering under tents on the grounds of the Annie B. Ryan house. Each of the seven award recipents contributed in unique ways to preserve precious structures in the greater Eureka area.

Under the tent at the Annie B. Ryan garden.
The Benbrook Family
Adaptive Reuse
The Benbrook Family, Tuxedo Den
Zooey Goosby & Chuck Petty

Adaptive Reuse
Zooey Goosby, Redwood Community Action Agency

Eureka First United Methodist Church
Community Preservation
Eureka First United Methodist Church
Ron Kuhnel & Bob Felter
2021 Preservationist
Bob Felter
Matson & Vallerga Architects Inc.

Commercial Preservation
Matson & Vallerga Architects Inc.

Ray & Randy Swedenburg
Residential Restoration
Ray & Randy Swedenburg
Melanie Kuhnel
Lifetime Achievement
Melanie Kuhnel
The Eureka Heritage Society will provide leadership, education, and advocacy to preserve and enhance Eureka’s irreplaceable historic structures and neighborhoods so as to ensure a legacy for future generations.

Society Goals:

  1. Advocate and provide public awareness for historic preservation.
  2. Identify, evaluate, and register historic properties.
  3. Provide historic preservation education
  4. Partner with preservation alliances
  5. Maintain historical Eureka Heritage Society properties.

The Buhne Fence

A fundraising project to buy and preserve a precious part of Eureka’s history!