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Traveling Northbound on US 101:
Once in Arcata, take the 14th Street/Humboldt State University exit. As you exit the freeway, get into the right lane of the off-ramp. At the stop sign, turn right onto 14th Street. At the next stop sign, turn left, onto B Street; you will now be on the HSU campus. Follow B Street through the next two stop signs. Gist Hall will be on the left as you approach the third stop sign, at Laurel Drive.
If parking is not available on the streets (Laurel or B), park in the large lot between Gist Hall and the Student & Business Services building. Enter this lot from Harpst and then Rossow streets. (Note: On weekdays, this lot is restricted to HSU Staff only.)
Traveling Southbound on US 101:
Once in Arcata, take the Sunset Ave./Humboldt State University exit. Turn left at the stop sign; cross over the freeway. Turn right at the next stop sign, to head south on L.K. Wood Blvd., which runs parallel to US 101. Turn left at the next stop sign, onto 14th Street. At the next stop sign, turn left, onto B Street; you will now be on the HSU campus. Follow B Street through the next three stop signs. Gist Hall will be on the left as you approach the third stop sign, at Laurel Drive.
If parking is not available on the streets (Laurel or B), park in the large lot between Gist Hall and the Student & Business Services building. Enter this lot from Harpst and then Rossow streets. (Note: on weekdays, this lot is restricted to HSU Staff only.)
During the week, an HSU parking permit is required, which can be purchased at the Parking Services building on Rossow Street or at the University Cashier (Student & Business Services, 2nd floor) for $3.50 per day or $10.50 for a week-long permit. Permits are not required on Saturdays or Sundays.
- HSU Now: News/Events at Humboldt State University
- HSU Music Dept. Performance Calendar
- KEET TV-13 Special Events
- North Coast Journal Weekly Calendar of Events
- Eureka Chamber of Commerce calendar
- Humboldtmusic.com Community Music Calendar
- Humboldt Folklife Society Upcoming Events
- Eureka Symphony Concert Schedule
- Humboldt Jazz Calendar
- Arts Alive! Held the first Saturday of each month, in Old Town, Eureka. Come early to North Coast Arts to attend Arts Alive! on July 7.
- Humboldt Crabs Baseball: The oldest continually operating summer collegiate baseball team in the U.S. is based in Arcata and plays several games a week each summer.
- Explorations in Afro-Cuban Dance & Drum workshops at Humboldt State University. Scheduled for the week after North Coast Arts.
- Brass Chamber Music Workshop at Humboldt State University
welcomes musicians of all ability levels to a one-of-a-kind opportunity
to play chamber music for brass instruments. Two one-week-long sessions offered in July, right after North Coast Arts.
- Schatz Energy Research Center located on the campus of Humboldt State University, works to establish clean and renewable energy technologies in society.
- Dell'Arte International School of Physical Theatre
- KEET TV 13 public TV provides educational and entertaining programs and innovative outreach on local and global issues.
- KHSU FM 90.5/91.9 is public radio from Humboldt State University.
- Morris Graves Museum of Art/Humboldt Arts Council Current Exhibitions As the central arts agency in Humboldt County and the designated State/Local Partner of the California Arts Council, the Humboldt Arts Council has the privilege of providing leadership, programs and services to enhance the presence and vitality of the arts in all our lives.
- Redwood National and State Parks (RNSP) contains an ancient coast redwood ecosystem, open prairie lands, two major rivers, and 37 miles of California coastline.
- Six Rivers National Forest
- Trinidad Museum Society
- Humguide Movie Theater Listings
- Clarke Museum is in Old Town Eureka. Exhibits feature the history of Humboldt County, with emphasis on the late 1800s. Displays include furniture, glassware, clothing, and more.
- Friends of the Arcata Marsh (FOAM) provides educational support for the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary. FOAM educates the public about wetlands, wildlife, wastewater treatment, and the benefits of wastewater in wetlands.
- Friends of the Dunes (FOD) has been involved in the conservation of coastal environment, including ecosystem restoration, education programs, and guided walks. FOD is also a coastal dunes land trust.
WEATHER & MORE
- National Weather Service Forecast Office: Eureka provides weather, hydrologic, and climate forecasts and warnings for Eureka and surrounding areas.