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Your contribution will help to restore and preserve both the Annie B. Ryan house on F Street and the gardens where the
Pierce Ryan home stood.

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LINKS:
Additional local and national links are here.

National Trust for Historic Preservation
National source for preservation information.

The Eureka Heritage Society's
Current Events:

The Board is pleased to announce the following summer events-


Rounding out August is our Annual Yard Sale to benefit the Annie B. Ryan House and Gardens.  The sale will be held Saturday, August 18th from 9:00-4:00.  A drop off day is scheduled for Saturday, August 11th from 10:00-12:00.  
The garden crew works each Wednesday at the Annie B from 9:00-12:00, which also provides another drop off time for your donated, sale-able items.  
Please, no clothing.  
As we get closer to that time we will be requesting donations of baked goods to sell at the event.  
Thank you for helping us raise the necessary funds to maintain the house and gardens.

We invite all to visit the gardens at 1000 F Street.

Looking Back:
Time for the Theatre!
Saturday, July 14th

What a great event! Packed House! Thanks to all involved!

All proceeds from ticket sales to this event go to support the
Eureka Heritage Society and its ongoing projects thanks to a generous sponsorship by
Pierson's Building Center.

 


The Current Heritage Herald:


The Heritage Herald
Spring 2018

 


UPCOMING EVENTS:

THE FABULOUS YARD SALE! August 18th. (See above).

HOME TOUR! - first Sunday in October.

HERITAGE BALL! (in honor of our 45th anniversary) - December 8th, The Inn at 2nd & C. More info to come.

 

 

 

Just Posted:

May being Preservation Month, have a look at the two excellent local interest news stories featured on KIEM Channel 3 Evening News:

Built to Last. Part One

Built to Last. Part Two


A Proclamation



PRESERVATION AWARDS

May 19th, Morris Graves Museum of Art, 1:30 to 3:30 PM

THE 2018 ANNUAL MEETING.

January 27, 2018 from 10:00am-noon
Old Town Coffee and Chocolates,
211 F Street, Eureka.

The Annual Meeting included a business meeting, board election, and presentation of the historic building plaques. Coffee, tea, and pastries were available.
The historic building plaques being presented this year, thanks to the Society and Eureka Main Street Historic Marker Program, are:
Ricks Building 1878
Vance Building 1872
Antonsen Building 1890
Bell and Everding Building 1893

Our 45th year!

For additional information: (707) 445 8775

The flyer for this event which includes a member proxy voting form
is <HERE>

 

The Buhne Fence.
A fundraising project to buy and preserve a precious part of Eureka's history!

 

 

 

Coming up:
May-June –Preservation Month: A month-long display at the Humboldt County Library in Eureka.

 

July 14 – NorthCoast Reperatory Theatre benefit: The Importance of Being Earnest

 

 


Current issue of The Heritage Herald, our Society Newsletter:


Heritage Herald Winter 2018


 

2017 Annual Home Tour, October 1st


Don't forget the Clark Historic District!

The Clark District Failed by 2 Votes! What's next?
The decision as to whether or not the Clark District will become the City of Eureka's second recognized Historic District appears to have been decided by the property owners. While a few of the details still have to be finalized, the ballots have been counted and recounted by the City of Eureka staff and it appears that the district formation failed by two votes. The decision to apply again for district designation is in the hands of the residents.

Access Humboldt
Presentation on the
Clark District


 

 


 

Buy a Brick!


Support the Eureka Heritage Society in its efforts to ensure a legacy of Humboldt County's history will be forever accesible to the public.
Your contribution will help to restore and preserve both the Annie B. Ryan house on F Street and the gardens where the Pierce Ryan home stood.


 

Thinking about Membership?

The Eureka Heritage Society now has the ability to offer easy and secure online payment of Annual Membership dues and additional Sponsorships and Donations through the use of PayPal.
Have a look at the new page here:


The Archive Page is a good place to check
for records of past events.

The Year of the Window