It’s a community fundraiser for a youth mural at Clara May Berry Park.
You can treat yourself to dinner and drinks at The Carter House Inn ($100 value)
Join us, as we build the community through art.
How to Enter:
Continue reading Help support a Bee-Themed Mural at Clara May Berry Park
- Buy your ticket(s) at the Adorni Center (1011 Waterfront Dr.) between now and Sept. 30th (You can buy (1) ticket for $5 or (5) tickets for $20. The more you enter, the greater chance of winning.
- You can also enter online through Empower Eureka on the Parks, Playgrounds, and Trails page. (Please be sure to leave your name and phone number on the payment page.) Click here (and go to the Parks, Trails, and Playgrounds section) to donate online.
- Winner will be called on Sept. 30th and gift certificate will be available to pick up at the Adorni Center.
Grant awarded by the National Recreation and Park Association and The Walt Disney Company
Eureka, CA, June 11, 2019 – City of Eureka has been selected to receive a $30,000 play space grant from the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) and The Walt Disney Company. This investment supports NRPA and Disney’s combined goal of providing one million kids and families with greater access to play.
Part of the national Meet Me at the Park Play Spaces grant program, park and recreation agencies across the country were invited to share their best ideas on increasing access to play spaces for children and families in their communities. Agencies with the most innovative and impactful project ideas were chosen to receive $30,000 grants to build their projects. Continue reading City of Eureka Receives $30,000 ‘Meet Me at the Park’ Grant to Increase Access to Local Play Spaces
City of Eureka Applying for NRPA Grant Funding for Clara May Berry Park
The City of Eureka is excited to announce its application for the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) Play Space Grant.
This grant opportunity helps fund inclusive park improvements in under-served neighborhoods. The city is working hard to improve all city parks with the focus of this grant application being to develop Clara May Berry Park, next to the Humboldt County Main Library into an inclusive open space with specific sensory experiences designed for children with cognitive disabilities.
The City of Eureka is seeking the community’s input on the future of this park. We want to hear from you.
Please complete the Clara May Berry Park Survey online by visiting going to this link. Or you can visit the Humboldt County Library and fill one out at the front desk.
Surveys will be open until April 5th.
Continue reading Seeking Community Input on Clara May Berry Park