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.
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Would you like to win $50 to the Carter House Restaurant – for simply taking some pictures?
Of course you would!
So, help us celebrate the grand opening of the Waterfront Trail, and the installation of all the new artistic benches – and win a prize for doing so.
Here’s how it works.
Continue reading Great Eureka Bench Crawl – Win a Prize!
Spend 90 minutes beautifying Eureka!
Come join us in yet another Eureka Trash Bash Saturday October 20th 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. This is brought to you by a partnership between ECO Eureka and PacOut Green Team.
Free coffee from Gold rush and free meals from Applebees.
All supplies are provided: Continue reading Eureka Trash Bash October 20
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.
Two more great & fun events at the Arts and Culture Festival!
Come build your own handmade paper lantern with SCRAP Humboldt to use for our Light the Night Walk at 8pm! Then, bring your handmade lantern, light it up, and talk a night walk on the brand new Eureka Waterfront Trail!
Continue reading Build a Recycled Lantern and Light the Night Walk at Arts and Culture Festival
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.
Continue reading Speeder Rides During Arts and Culture Festival