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.
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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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.
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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.
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The Waterfront Trail’s new interpretive signs are being put in place!
As we get ready for this Saturday’s big event, folks have been diligently putting up signs along the trail to give you a better understanding of the history of our area.
Shown are just a couple of them.
Rally The Team for the 3 on 3 basketball tournament in October!
This is a Coed Tournament. Food and music will be at the event.
Continue reading 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament For All Ages on Oct 20
In this month’s episode, Scott ‘Q’ Marcus interviews Dr. Michael Fratkin, M.D., the president and founder of Resolution Care, a non-profit company bringing capable and compassionate care to everyone everywhere in the face of serious illness.
Dr. Fratkin, in a warm and reassuring manner, speaks warmly, yet frankly, of his experiences helping countless individuals and families make important and end-of-life decisions. He discusses the biggest misconceptions about dying, relays powerful stories, and passes along some of the most significant lessons he has picked up caring for hundreds of people during their most difficult periods. Despite what might be an initial reaction of avoiding an uncomfortable topic, you will find it not only to be educational, but comforting, and even somewhat uplifting.
You’ll want to listen to this inspirational interview.
Listen to it on your computer below.
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