Clarke Museum Eureka Chinatown Project

 

The Clarke Museum, Humboldt Asian & Pacific Islanders in Solidarity (HAPI) and the Eureka Chinatown Project. 

The Clarke Museum, Humboldt Asian & Pacific Islanders in Solidarity and the Eureka Chinatown Project are hosting a walking tours of the Eureka old Chinatown.  *NEW VIRTUAL TOUR* set for July 7th, 2021 at 12:00 PM.   You can register for free here.   Check website for in person tour dates.  The walking tour starts out at 2:30 PM in front of the Clarke Museum. admin@clarkemuseum.org 

The tour is on flat ground about and .8 miles long.  There is a total of 20 slots for each tour and ticket orders are first come first serve.  $10-$20 per ticket based on age group.  *NEW* Virtual Tour, Wednesday, July 7th 12:00 PM from Contact:  http://www.clarkemuseum.org/chinatown-walking-tours.html  Please check for additional dates as they come up. 

 

"The Eureka Chinatown Project is a collaboration of community members and the Humboldt Asian & Pacific Islanders (HAPI) in Solidarity.  We celebrate the history and culture of the Chinese community in Humboldt, while raising awareness of the local expulsion events and the federal and state exclusionary acts that shaped our society today.  By educating the community we hope to heal, grow, and move towards a more inclusive future."