Vintage to Green
21st century life thrives in 10 historic homes
Sunday 6 October | noon–5:00
Ten venues—Plus live music, vintage cars, refreshments
Tickets: $30 | Students and kids 6-and-older $15
Eureka: Shady Lady, Eureka Books, Annex 39 | Arcata: Wildberries
Fortuna: Greens Pharmacy | Ferndale: Rings Pharmacy
Tickets will be available on tour day at Christ Episcopal Church 15th & H Streets
Questions: email@example.com or call 707.445.8775
The Eureka Heritage Society provides leadership, education, and advocacy to preserve and enhance Eureka’s historic structures and neighborhoods, thus ensuring a legacy for future generations.
- Advocate and provide public awareness for historic preservation.
- Identify, evaluate, and register historic properties.
- Provide historic preservation education
- Partner with preservation alliances
- Maintain historical Eureka Heritage Society properties.
The Buhne Fence
We Need You to Save a Unique Feature of Eureka’s Past! The Society has the opportunity to purchase the cast iron fence from the former Buhne Mansion, which was located on E St. between 7th & 8th Sts.
Only a few of these Historic Fences remain—a disappearing part of Eureka’s past! Help us raise the $10,000 necessary to buy and save it! The fence will eventually be installed on the E Street frontage of the Annie B. Ryan House & Garden, just three blocks south of the fence’s original home.
|Buy a length of fence!|