Reminder: Sign up for Classes Early to Avoid Cancellation

At Eureka Community Services, we love to provide lots of fun community classes.

If you’d like to attend a community class (or you’d like your kids to do so), it’s important to register early because some of these excellent programs may be cancelled if you wait until the last minute to register because all program need to be cost effective and cannot run if we don’t get enough participants.

Please register early to avoid disappointment.

What are community classes?

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Music and Movement For Very Young Children Returns Apr 7

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
  • Concentration
  • Creativity

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.)

Details:

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NEW! Frida Kahlo Youth Art Class Starts April 5

It’s another new art class for children!

Each student will paint a Frida Kahlo inspired self portrait, make a sugar skull necklace, and a flower crown.

Details:

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Looking for Inspirational Eureka Residents for a new project

We’re developing a new project featuring some of the more inspirational people who live here in Eureka and we need your help.

If that’s you and you’d like to share it – or you know someone who might fit, we’d like to hear from you. We’re not necessarily looking for folks who climbed Mt. Everest or donated thousands of dollars to strangers anonymously (although we’d love to hear from you too).

It can be day-to-day things, such as: Continue reading Looking for Inspirational Eureka Residents for a new project