Join the Clarke Museum, Humboldt Asian Pacific Islanders In Solidarity (HAPI), and the Eureka Chinatown Project on a walking tour exploring the history of the Chinese population in Eureka and Humboldt County, including their arrival, expulsion, and efforts to recognize the important role this community played in creating the Humboldt County we know today. This is a walking tour that will consist of walking about a mile on mostly flat paved ground. Seating is very limited along the route and the tour usually lasts about an hour. Dress in layers as some parts of the tour can be warm and others cold and windy no matter what time of year. This tour will be held on April 9 at 4 p.m., and tickets are on a sliding scale between $10 to $20, with the proceeds being split between the Clarke Museum and the Eureka Chinatown Project. All tips made for this walk will go directly to the Eureka Chinatown Project.