Eureka Area

Tobacco Valley Historic Village

At the Tobacco Valley Historic Village, buildings include the old Rexford Railroad Depot, relocated during the construction of the Libby Dam on the Kootenai River. Also log cabins with furnishings and artifacts, a 100-foot high fire tower, and the old Rexford Catholic Church named Our Lady of Perpetual Mercy. In addition, one can view and explore the original Fewkes General Store, which now serves as a museum and contains extensively cataloged archives of photo’s and documents. The depot also houses the logging museum. There are ten buildings with contents in all, and the reconstruction and maintenance is paid for by private donations and contributions from Lincoln County electric Co-Operative.

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Eureka Creative Arts
Council & Center

In Eureka, the Creative Arts Center describes it’s Mission Statement as such: "To provide opportunities for attaining knowledge and skills that promote well balanced human development, advancing a sense of community and outlets for expression through the involvement in the arts and a variety of programs." The extremely active council and center strive to provide classes and workshops in drawing, painting, sculpting, dance, yoga, gymnastics, writing and more! Also to provide available studios to rent for classes, workshops, and community events and to overall cultivate and encourage creativity.

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