1630 Fourth St.
Eureka, CA 95501
Phone: (707) 443-8041
Fax: (707) 443-9275
Opened in the year 1988, the Mateel Community Center promotes art and culture among the residents of the city by organizing and staging events and performing art shows. The center is used for several events like theatrical stagings, concerts, exhibitions, meetings and more. There are several arts, social service and educational events held throughout the month to promote community and social bonding among the people. Besides, their well-equipped hall can also be rented for social and private celebrations. To know more about them, check the website.
Midst the town of Weaverville in the U.S. State of California is sited the Weaverville Joss House State Historic Park. It occupies terrific historical significance and stands as one of the foremost Chinese temples in the entire state. A California Historical Landmark, it gives an insight into the cultural heritage and traditions of Chinese.
The Gasquet Ranger Station Historic District is a site that is connected with the National Forest. Along with the Six Rivers National Forest, this historic site comprises of a blend of buildings. Consisting of the district office, a warehouse, a pair of garages and a fuel house, etc. all of these feature a similar detailed architecture with a pine tree logo cut out that is visible to the visitors. Also comprising of the Smith River National Recreational Area that offers a visit to the wildlife and also fishing, one can also enjoy the beauty of the nature and the educational programs that assist the tourists.