Youth Art Class Starts Nov 7

Art is powerful.

It sends messages, invokes feelings and thought, and enhances the world in many ways. Now youth can learn All About Art while tapping into their creative side and discovering self expression. This new fun four week class will cover various mediums that bring art to life, including drawing, painting, pastels and collage.

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Adult Ceramics Class Starts Oct 1

This class is an introduction to ceramics and is designed to teach students the basics of crafting handbuilt ceramic pieces, glaze application, and design.

Students will have 6 projects to choose from or may work on pieces of their own design. Open to all skill levels.

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Family Ceramics Class Returns Starting Oct 1

Finding time to spend with the family can be difficult, which is why Eureka Recreation is providing this 6-week long session of Family Ceramics to encourage families to get in some quality time and create art together.

This class will focus on creating several pieces to take home, including pinch pots, coil pieces, and more.

This class will provide students the opportunity to work in a more free flowing atmosphere where projects will be available to create or participants can choose their own pieces to complete.

Each member of the family will need to have a Waiver & Release of Liability on file by the first class date.

Pre-registration is required.

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Build a Recycled Lantern and Light the Night Walk at Arts and Culture Festival

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!

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UPDATE: Camp Ryan Dates and Topics

This update lists the dates and themes for Camp Ryan for kids 5-12, which children can attend weekly or long-term during the summer. It also updates pricing. Sections in red are updates.

Camp Ryan is an unforgettable summer camp program for youth ages 5-12. 

It offers kids a special opportunity for summertime fun and friendship in a safe and supervised setting. Children will participate in a wide variety of games, arts & crafts, sports, drama, scientific discovery, field trips and more. All activities are supervised by City of Eureka Recreation Staff. Children are checked in and out daily and are not permitted to leave without prior parental consent. All sessions are one week long and can accommodate 40 children per week. Parents can register for ½ day or full day sessions.

  • Registration now in process: at the Adorni Center, (1011 Waterfront Drive), Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm. There is no on-site registration.
  • Where: John Ryan Youth Center, (1653 J St.)

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Camp Ryan Summer Day Camp Video

 

Camp Ryan is an unforgettable summer camp program for youth ages 5-12. 

It offers kids a special opportunity for summertime fun and friendship in a safe and supervised setting. Children will participate in a wide variety of games, arts & crafts, sports, drama, scientific discovery, field trips and more. All activities are supervised by City of Eureka Recreation Staff. Children are checked in and out daily and are not permitted to leave without prior parental consent. All sessions are one week long and can accommodate 40 children per week. Parents can register for ½ day or full day sessions.

  • Registration now in process: at the Adorni Center, (1011 Waterfront Drive), Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm. There is no on-site registration.
  • Where: John Ryan Youth Center, (1653 J St.)

Here are the details:

  • Week 1: June 18th-22nd Superheroes: create own, talk about role models, make comic books, costume design, theme songs…
  • Week 2: June 25th-29th Do It Yourself Week: creating fun with everyday objects! Kids make up own games to teach others! Life sized board games!
  • Week 3: July 2nd-6th (no program July 4th) Retro Week: explore a different decade from America’s past each day- music, dance, and fads!
  • Week 4: July 9th-13th Marble Madness: mazes, art, how they are made, hunts, and learn how to play old school marbles like your grandparents!
  • Week 5: July 16th-20th Camp Olympics: sportsmanship, teamwork, and trying our best!
  • Week 6: July 23rd-27th Wetlands Week: Let’s learn about all the amazing critters that call the wetlands their home!
  • Week 7: July 30th-July 3rd H-2-Oh: water cycle, conservation, marine animals and plants, water sports and water games
  • Week 8: August 6th-10th  Under The Big Top: performance opportunity,  and art gallery!

Cost:

  • $125/week for full days ($100 for Week 3)
  • $95/week for half days (7:30am-12:30pm or 12:30pm-5:30pm)
  • Add $10 per week for non-residents.

Payment required at time of registration. First come, first served. Some weeks fill up so please check availability. Registration is at the Adorni Center. Lunch is provided.

Registration is on a first come, first served basis and all children must be pre-registered prior to attending. Scholarships are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.  Please call (707) 441-4244 for more information about scholarships.

For more information contact the Recreation Division at (707) 441.4244.