Join us on the Bunny Trail to Family Fun!
This magical day has all the makings for an Egg-cellent time!
Participants will work with their families, follow Easter clues, complete clever challenges and discover Easter eggs in the most unusual of places.
- Play Classic Carnival Games
- Win Candy & Prizes
- Hunt for Easter Eggs
- Get your face painted
- Take a picture in the Photo Booth
- Much more!
Spend 90 minutes beautifying Eureka!
Come join us in yet another Eureka Trash Bash Saturday April 6 from 11AM to 12:30 PM as we clean up the 101 corridor from the Bayshore Mall to Wabash ave. Meet at Vigo St. next to discount tire. All supplies are provided.
Breakfast and coffee will be provided by Los Bagels. Please show up at 10:45am for breakfast and coffee; cleanup will begin at 11am.
This is brought to you by ECO Eureka and PacOut Green Team.
All supplies – and a meal – are provided:
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Spring Break Camp brings you Camp Discovery with a science theme.
Eureka Community Services is offering a Spring Break Camp for children to explore science through physics and chemistry!
Young Discoverers will study the world of matter and energy all around them. Campers will participate in exciting and hands on experiments. Camp will take place at Cooper Gulch. Participants will need to bring a sack lunch, comfortable clothing and shoes, a water bottle, and snacks.
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The first official Beer Mile in Eureka will be held starting at 2 PM on April 20th, 2019! This event will be produced by Humboldt Bay Marathon in partnership with The Booth Brewing Company, Humboldt Made and The City of Eureka.
What is a “Beer Mile”???
Simply run a mile while also chugging 4 beers. Fastest time wins!
One 12 ounce beer must be consumed before each lap around a 1/4 mile track. For official rules, see the official Beer Mile website.
The official world record is an incredible 4:33.6 by Corey Bellemore of Canada. Here’s a video of another world record setting run.
Beer Mile runners must be at least 21 years of age and must also bring a designated driver. Your designated driver must also be available to volunteer during the race.
We will also have a Root Beer Mile for runners who want to be a part of this fun event but without drinking beer. (Designated Drivers may participate in the Root Beer Mile!)
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Do you run a non-profit organization or cause and would like some help raising funds?
Of course you would!
There will be a Free Workshop Next Monday (March 25, 2019) on Innovative Fundraising Solutions! Don’t Miss this Great Opportunity to Learn Tricks of the trade to raise money for your cause or organization.
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You can now receive infant certification. It’s a special request so simply ask Robin or Cody (instructors) for that addition.
As for the class in general: This class is what is called a “blended learning” CPR class which means students must spend two hours on their computers on an-online class before coming in to class.
Remember: THIS CLASS REQUIRES 2 HOUR ONLINE COURSE BEFORE ATTENDING THIS CLASS. To access online course go to this link: http://redcrosslearning.com/course/301040f0-c611-11e6-981d-bb8e5751112f
YOU MUST BRING PROOF OF COMPLETION OF THIS ONLINE COURSE TO THE CLASS.
Pre-registration and completing the on-line course in advance of attendance are both required.
We are excited to announce a Curbside Compost Pickup program with the Local Worm Guy!
Head over to their site at www.LocalWormGuy.com/SignUp to sign up today, and for a flat monthly fee, you and your family can start diverting all of your compostable material from the landfill, one bucket at a time.
Let’s grow and get composting, with the Local Worm Guy!