There will be a Pickleball Tournament May 28th and 29th at the Adorni Center
A tidal wave of trail development is on the horizon for Humboldt County!
Join the Humboldt Trails Council, City of Eureka and other local jurisdictions for the first Trails Summit: From the Mountains to the Bay on Saturday, June 4 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Wharfinger Building, 1 Marina Way in Eureka. Continue reading Trails Summit Comes to Eureka on June 4, 2016
Have you ever changed a habit – only to have it come back later?
The reason is you didn’t change the cause, you only changed the action.
This Saturday, April 30, we’ll take a look at the many levels of change one needs to understand in order to make habits change forever. We’ll also identify the people and environments supportive to us – and those that are counterproductive. And come up with some simple steps to get past them (or get more support).
If you have ever promised to get fit, lose weight, stress less, or just lead a healthier lifestyle – and you didn’t stick with it – this monthly, uplifting, powerful, interactive session is exactly what you need! Powerful coaching and direction from professional motivator, Scott “Q” Marcus.
The next session is this Saturday, April 30, from 10AM-noon at the Adorni Center and we’ll focus on how change your attitude to be happier, even when things are necessarily going the way you want
Register here (or just show up). If you just show up, please allow about 15 minutes for registration so be there by 9:45
The Sequoia Park Zoo Foundation is excited to announce its 10th annual Brew at the Zoo fundraising event on Saturday, May 7th from 4 to 8 p.m.
This fun-filled evening includes: beer tasting from 17 breweries, live music, food trucks and tasty pub-style food at the Zoo Café, all in the unique Zoo settings.
Ticket price includes
- General zoo admission
- Souvenir tasting glass and the opportunity to enjoy ales from 17 breweries.
- Fun Brew merchandise (T-shirts, hoodies, and more) on sale to commemorate the evening.
Early bird discount thru Friday, May 6th. Full price tickets on day of event. Continue reading Brew at the Zoo May 7, 2016
This fun class is designed for your child to discover their talents, build confidence, make friends and learn the value of teamwork.
Through IMPROV theater games and basic IMPROV acting techniques, your child will gain acting, storytelling and comedy skills. Family and friends are welcome to watch the final performance.
Come down and experience what it was like to enter a Victorian-era pharmacy by enjoying some free draft root beer at our soda fountain, poured by local historian Ray Hillman.
Root beer will be provided by Lost Coast Brewery. Talk to a soldier from Fort Humboldt, played by historical actor Bill Kohse. We will also have a variety of touchable historical objects on display, as well as hands-on activities related to local earthquake and tsunami events.
New Events have been added to the Illuminating the Past Event at Sequoia Park on April 21.
Time Travel to Sequoia Parks’s Past
Here’s an UPDATED overview of what will be happening on April 21, 2016:
- NEW ADDITION>> Actors from the North Coast Repertory Theater will be live and in costume as period residents from Eureka’s yesterday to guide tours, answer questions and pose for photos.
- NEW ADDITION>> The Clarke Museum will be on hand with their “Museum in a Box”, providing interactive artifacts from local history. The Clarke Museum will also be offering FREE passes to the Museum for those who partake in and complete the “Hunt Through History” Scavenger Hunt.
- Historic Night Tours: Join period residents of Humboldt County who have traveled through time to guide you down a special one night only lit path and explain what daily life was like in the days of old.
- Interactive Historical Activities: From informational booths on logging history to a “make your own” vintage toy booth & old school games (jacks or marbles anyone?), get a hands on experience on how our forefathers & foremothers grew up!
- Live Musical Performance from Humboldt Bay Brass: Humboldt Bay Brass will be performing live in the Gazebo premiering an arrangement of music from the past 150 years including historic music written in and about the north coast! (The Humboldt Bay Brass Band is a music ensemble in the British tradition, directed by Dr. Gil Cline of the Department of Music at HSU.)