February 4, 2023
These popular Clark Museum & Humboldt County Historical Society Lectures happen monthly, one Saturday a month. They are now a hybrid program that you can attend in person or watch livestreamed on the internet, at the link below.
Clarke Historical Museum (corner of 3rd & E Streets)
240 E Street
Eureka, CA 95501
Free, thanks to the Clarke Historical Museum and the Humboldt County Historical Society.
2:30 PM Local History Lecture. Falk, from Company Town to Forest Ground (Hybrid, Please see Details)
Saturday, February 4, 2023
Between 1884 and 1937, the company mill and lumber town of Falk thrived in what is now the Headwaters Forest Reserve. The town grew to 200 inhabitants and was an isolated community in the Elk River valley. Travel back in time with Bureau of Land Management Park Ranger Julie Clark and discover the past, present, and future of the tiny little town that held some very big stories.
Local History Lectures
1st or 2nd Saturday of Every Month
Falk, from Company Town to Forest Ground
with Park Ranger Julie Clark
Attend in person or on YouTube (See the link on this page.)