Henderson Center open house kicks off season
Kick off the holiday season with the annual Henderson Center Merchant Association’s Holiday Open House, taking place on Nov. 17 from 5 to 8 p.m.
The long-standing tradition provides a gathering place for the community to meet and enjoy special treats like cookies and hot chocolate, some entertainment and 3 hours of shopping specials.
Here’s a few examples of what’s happening:
- Take pictures with Santa at the Discovery Shop. The Discovery Shop will also have a live Elf on the Shelf event and free cookies.
- Shady Lady Window Coverings and Design will have live ukelele music and refreshments. Shady Lady is also hosting Allen Rode, a local beekeeper who will offer free samples of locally grown honey, infused honey and a variety of handcrafted skin care products.
- Shafer’s Ace Hardware’s offers 30% off everything that can fit in the bucket.
- Redwood Capital Bank will be offering free treats.
- Annie’s Shoes will have a mystery drawing with 10% to 40% off purchases.
- Pacific Paper Co. will have a drawing for an electric sit/stand desktop workstation as well as 20% off storewide.
- Fin-N Feather pet shop will have a 50/50 raffle during the open house. Tickets are $5.
- Nurture Salon & Skin Care Studio will hold its 7th-anniversary party and sale with raffle items, giveaways and refreshments.
- Toy Box will have 20% off storewide from 10 a.m. -8 p.m.
- The Salvation Army have its canteen on F Street. Enjoy hot chocolate and some entertainment.
- Yarn will be giving away cups of hot holiday tea and free samples of several food products, including Dick Taylor Craft Chocolate. Visit their pop-up shop with Essence of Humboldt and Needle Felted Ornament making for kids.
Henderson Center is located between D and H streets, and Henderson and Harris streets in Eureka.
Tri Counties Bank launches holiday food drive
Tri Counties Bank announced the launch of its Tis the Season Food Drive partnering with The Salvation Army.
The food drive aims to collect more than 80,000 pounds of canned and nonperishable food items from Nov. 9 through Dec. 23. All donations stay local and assist The Salvation Army to feed families throughout the year.
“We are honored to be able to support those in need, especially during the holiday season,” said Scott Robertson of Tri Counties Bank in a news release. “This food drive and our partnership with The Salvation Army allows us to provide assistance in areas where the most help is needed, and we can continue to make a positive difference in the lives of our community members.”
Non-perishable and canned food donations can be dropped off at any Tri Counties Bank branch. Monetary donations can be made online at TriCountiesBank.com/TisTheSeason.
Visit TriCountiesBank.com/locations to find a local branch.