Make your vote count this school year!
Join The City of Eureka’s Youth Council Internship Program
Represent Your Peers
The ultimate goal of this internship program is for the youth council to collectively assess the biggest city issue impacting Eureka’s youth population and diplomatically make a collective decision to advise the Eureka City Council on a solution. The youth council will hold an official public youth council meeting in the Eureka City Council Chambers each Friday. At this meetings youth council will give reports about their experience that week, as well as present their assessed challenge and solution. Only one of the five proposals will carry on to a final vote at the end of internship, and it will be up to youth council to collectively assess, debate and decide which one of the five challenges and solution are most important to the youth population in Eureka. Once a final vote is made, youth council will work with supervising staff to prepare an official recommendation to the Eureka City Council.
What is the Youth Council?
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Hoopsters Youth Basketball registration will begin on Monday, October 8.
The league is available for all full time students currently enrolled in grades 3-12. The fees are $65 for each participant and we offer a family discount (2 or more children) for $55/each. There is also a $5 non-resident fee for each participant that lives outside Eureka City Limits.
Deadline dates to sign up as a player or coach is November 30.
(It may fill up earlier however, so don’t wait.)
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We’re bringing the Scavenger Hunt back for the Arts and Culture Festival!
It was one of our more popular events at Get Out and Play Day last July so we’re doing it again!
Here’s how to play:
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The Arts & Culture Festival schedule guides are in!
Come get your all encompassing guide to the day! They’re free!
Pick yours up at:
You can download a PDF and print out your own copy here.
Help us get ready for our huge Arts & Culture Festival.
Join us for a 60 minute cleanup at Halvorsen Park on September 28.
Meet at the Adorni Community and Recreation Center at 2pm to get all your supplies.
Take a ride on the historic speeders from the Timber Heritage Association.
Come join us for this exciting historic ride over the Eureka Slough Bridge as part of the Arts and Culture Festival and Waterfront Trail Grand opening.
It will depart from under the Samoa Bridge, just east of the Adorni Community and Recreation Center. Event co-hosted with Eureka Community Services. Thanks to our sponsor Recology Humboldt County, ticket prices will be reduced.
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(This update reflects the schedule as of September 5, 2018 and includes much more information).
- When: Saturday, September 29th from 12pm-8:30pm.
- Where: Halvorsen Park, 1003-1057 Waterfront Dr, Eureka, CA 95501, USA
- Cost: FREE community event!
Tentative Schedule as of September 5, 2018
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