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2010 Venue List

Access Humboldt Media Center

Access Humboldt Media Center

Part of a new visual arts and industrial arts complex on campus, one of the remodeled buildings at Eureka High School houses this Community Media Center television studio as a collaborative effort with the local cable company, local governments, and the community. Photo by Megan McKenzie.

http://accesshumboldt.net/site/community-media-center

Arcata Minor Theatre

Minor Theatre

The Minor Theatre in Arcata is the oldest running movie theatre in the US. The theater was built by Isaac Minor for a cost of $20,000. Ground was broken for the building of the theater on April 2, 1914, and the project was finished in November of that year. The grand opening was December 3rd, 1914. This was one of the first buildings ever built with reinforced concrete. It was constructed soon after the San Francisco earthquake with safety in mind.

http://www.catheatres.com/

Arkley Center for the Performing Arts

Arkley Theatre

The Arkley Center for the Performing Arts is another fine example in the enthusiastic support to the arts and community development shown by Rob and Cherie Arkley. The Arkley family purchased the Historic Sweasey building in 2003 and bring to Downtown Eureka a beautifully restored first class performing arts center. Rob and Cherie believe that the people of Humboldt County and visitors to our community deserve a special place devoted to the enrichment of lives through the quality presentation of arts and cultural activities.

http://www.arkleycenter.com/

Mateel Community Center

Mateel Community Center

The Mateel Community Center seeks to involve all segments of the community in the creative actualization of a cultural vision embracing diversity, vitality, justice and sustainability. Our programs and events serve changing community needs, emphasizing the performing and visual arts.

We envision the Mateel Community Center as a hub of a culturally diverse and inclusive community. We facilitate and nurture the community's capacity for creative self-expression. We offer programs and facilities that serve the whole community with an emphasis on visual and performing arts. We build relationships that are local, regional, and international both to enrich our own community and to share our experiences, values, and talents with others.

http://www.mateel.org/

The Peg House

The Peg House

The Peg House is definitely a must see when traveling through the Redwoods in Northern California. Hence the saying Never Don’t Stop At The Peg House. You never know when you stop, if you may walk in on live entertainment on stage any given day, or just enjoy a great meal hot off the grill on the patio, or a deli sandwich freshly made in the store. The store has many one of a kind items, and many may not be necessary, but most are must have items.

http://www.thepeghouse.net/

Wharfinger Building

Wharfinger Building

The 2100 square foot Great Room is located in the Wharfinger Building at the Eureka Public Marina. An hourly rate is charged for rental of the facility with a deck area overlooking the Marina. A full commercial kitchen is available. Tables, chairs and a complete audio system are included at no additional rental cost. The facility has hosted a number of large and small groups. Weddings and receptions are the most popular events at the Wharfinger Building.

The 2100 square foot Great Room is ideal for group meetings, conferences and luncheons. An attached deck overlooks the marina and offers an inviting backdrop for receptions and parties. Equipment available for use includes a power point projector, slide projector, big screen television and VCR and a complete audio system.

http://www.ci.eureka.ca.gov/depts/pw/wharfinger/default.asp