Camp Ryan is an unforgettable summer camp program for youth ages 5-12.
It offers kids a special opportunity for summertime fun and friendship in a safe and supervised setting. Children will participate in a wide variety of games, arts & crafts, sports, drama, scientific discovery, field trips and more. All activities are supervised by City of Eureka Recreation Staff. Children are checked in and out daily and are not permitted to leave without prior parental consent. All sessions are one week long and can accommodate 40 children per week. Parents can register for ½ day or full day sessions.
- Registration now in process: at the Adorni Center, (1011 Waterfront Drive), Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm. There is no on-site registration.
- Where: John Ryan Youth Center, (1653 J St.)
Registration is on a first come, first served basis and all children must be pre-registered prior to attending.
Scholarships are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please call (707) 441-4244 for more information about scholarships.
For more information contact the Recreation Division at (707) 441.4244.
Unfortunately, the Upcycled Art Classes for Adults for May, 2018 have been canceled.
Call 707.441.4248 for more information or come by the Adorni
This class is an introduction to ceramics and is designed to teach students the basics of crafting handbuilt ceramic pieces, glaze application, and design.
Students will have 6 projects to choose from or may work on pieces of their own design. Open to all skill levels.
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Students will explore their creative side while learning the fundamentals of ceramic creation in this class focused on teaching youth the proper techniques of hand-building ceramic pieces. Projects with include a variety of techniques, including pinch pots, coil building, slabs, and more.
Pre-registration is required.
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Come swirl and twirl in this class, where fun and movement abound for the tiniest of dancers, boys and girls from two to four years of age.
Watch your child use his or her imagination as he or she develops:
- Motor Skills
- Body Awareness
Beginning dance techniques and natural movement will add to the fun of this class, where self expression is encouraged. (Parents, make sure to stay and watch your little ones bloom.)
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