Looking to sign up your child for any of the best Summer Camp experiences around?
Of course you are!
Unfortunately, some of the registration links we had posted aren’t working so if you haven’t already signed up, please stop by or call the Adorni (707.441.4248) to register.
Don’t wait however. Spaces are filling up quickly!
If you’d like to see all the classes available, you can click on this link.
Play on the Bay is again part of Get Out and Play Day
Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center is sponsoring FREE Water Rentals as part of #gopd2019
- Location: Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center
- Time: 12pm-2pm on July 27, 2019
This is one of our most popular events. Get there early.
Follow everything about GOPD by following this link.
Summer will be here before you know it.
Don’t wait to enroll your child in one of our fantastic summer camps. They’re fun, experiential, educational and supervised by trained instructors.
See a complete list of all the camps by following this link.
Continue reading Complete Summer Camps Listings
The Eureka Community Services Department in partnership with Eureka Police Department is offering a three day CSI (Crime Scene Investigation) theme Summer Camp for 2019.
Your children can experience crime scene investigation and forensic science with actual experts in the field as they learn the secrets of how CSIs uncover hidden evidence, apply careful observation, collect evidence, use detection skills, and interpret fingerprints and DNA.
Please note actual time of the camp is Noon to 4PM, not 8AM to Noon as listed previously.
Continue reading Kids’ CSI Summer Camp in July
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!)
Continue reading First Ever Eureka Beer Mile April 20
The November episode of the FREE podcast “This Month in Eureka Recreation” is now available.
Have you ever wondered what goes into putting together city wide community events, sports leagues and programs? Is our job really anything like the Parks & Recreation TV show? Well, now you can find out.
This month, the last episode of the year, Ashley and Scott (and the newly unveiled “Silent Joe) share a few laughs together as they talk about the “Arts and Culture Festival”, rain, art and culture. This episode is a nice warm hug to Eureka. No spoilers, so we’ll see you in January.
Listen to it on your computer here.
- You can subscribe on iTunes by following this link.
- You can listen on line at www.Cape-media.com, specifically at this page.
- Unsure what a podcast is? Go here.
- Want a quick overview on all your options and how to hear podcasts? Go here.
The latest bench to make its debut on the Waterfront Trail is called the “Timber Heritage Bench.”
It’s by Jona Kavanaugh and it’s located by amphitheater at Halvorsen Park.
It’s a perfect bench to photograph for the Great Eureka Bench Crawl.
To see all bench art posts, follow this link.