This is…EPD Ride Along!
The Eureka Police Department are the men and woman who risk their lives each day to protect and serve the members of our community. Now, get exclusive access to what it’s like on the front line. Each month we take a ride along with a different police officer to find out their story, and what it’s like serving on the Eureka Police Department. New Episodes are available every second Friday of each month at noon!
Episodes are available the second Friday of each month at noon!
Listen to it on your computer here. Continue reading Latest Podcast: EPD Ride Along now available for download
This class is what is called a “blended learning” CPR class which means students must spend two hours on their computers on an-online class before coming in to class for what will now only be two hours, instead of all day.
Remember: THIS CLASS REQUIRES 2 HOUR ONLINE COURSE BEFORE ATTENDING THIS CLASS. To access online course go to this link: http://redcrosslearning.com/course/301040f0-c611-11e6-981d-bb8e5751112f
YOU MUST BRING PROOF OF COMPLETION OF THIS ONLINE COURSE TO THE CLASS.
Pre-registration and completing the on-line course in advance of attendance are both required.
We’re awarding an “Instructor of the Month” every month at the Adorni Center.
This month, we’re pleased to give the award to Renee Diehl.
A little about her – in her own words: Continue reading Adorni Center Instructor of the Month: Renee
Eureka Community Services, in partnership with HSU’s Recreation Administration Department is offering a FREE interpretive leisure bike tour highlighting the newest section of the Eureka waterfront trail.
Staff will guide a tour along the waterfront, stopping at several locations along the way to discuss the history and culture of the surrounding waterfront area, as well as touch on the development of the trail system.
This event is open to all ages and is perfect to take the whole family too!
Saturday, April 21th, Empower Eureka, E.C.O. Eureka and California Conservation Corps are inviting you to help cleanup Eureka.
This “Cooper Gulch Work Day” event will assign volunteers to remove invasive plant species and replant natives at Cooper Gulch watershed. Meet at Cooper Gulch near the baseball fields at 10:00am.
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 we have a special guest and discuss the Wigi Wetland event scheduled for tomorrow as well as Get Out and Play Day, coming up in July. Of course, there are lots of other great facts to know!
Join Eureka Recreation Supervisor, Ashley Taylor, along with co-host Scott “Q” Marcus, as they give you a behind the scenes peek at what goes into creating community wide recreation programs, as well as give a preview and details of all the upcoming activities and events each month.
Episodes are available the first Friday of each month at noon!
Listen to it on your computer here.