Calling all young basketball players in grades 3rdthrough 6th grade. The registration deadline for the 2023 Hoopsters Youth Basketball Program is Friday, December 16th. You can register at the Adorni Community Center, 1011 Waterfront Drive in Eureka.
Hoopsters consists of a Boys League and a Girls League, with teams available for 3rd through 6thgrade students. Games are played on Saturdays beginning in late January and continuing through April 2023. The entry fee is $75.00, and includes a team t-shirt.
Call Steve at 441-4245 for more information.
Join our very popular and exciting Hoopsters Youth Basketball Program!
This program is designed to teach the fundamentals of basketball in a low competitive environment while creating opportunities for children, grades 3rd-6th, to improve their athletic skill and build self-confidence in a safe, secure and supervised environment.
General League Information:
- Registration for the 2023 Season begins October 3rd through December 16th.
- Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis and depends on the number of qualified coaches.
- Season begins in January and concludes in April.
- Games are played on Saturdays, with occasional Sundays.
- Weekly team practice times vary.
- The $75 entry fee includes a team t-shirt.
Coaches and sponsors are needed.
Register at the Adorni Center at 1011 Waterfront Drive. For more information contact Steve Enes at 707-441-4245.
The Community Access Project for Eureka (C.A.P.E.) is organizing a Winter Holiday Gift Program for local children who reside at the Eureka Rescue Mission Women’s Shelter and The Serenity Inn as well as children served by the Betty Chinn Homeless Foundation.
C.A.P.E. staff, along with Santa Clause & his elf, will be delivering gifts to the children as a special holiday treat.
C.A.P.E. would greatly appreciate monetary donations to help ensure every child receives a holiday gift! You can donate online by visiting www.eurekaheroes.org and click “donate” in the top right corner. Or you can mail a check to Attn: CAPE 531 K St. Eureka, CA 95501. Please make the check out to the “CAPE Fund”. No matter how big or small of a donation, your gift will help bring alive the holiday spirit for our local children.
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The City of Eureka’s Community Services Department is still determining whether or not we will have a Hoopsters Youth Basketball League for the 2022 season depending on CDC guidelines. Please check back with us in the middle of October for more Information. Thank You!
If you have questions, please contact Steve Enes at (707) 441-4245
Get Out & Play Day returns July 31!
Here’s the schedule so far. It’s subject to change of course.
You can download a PDF with all the events; including information about our photo contest by clicking on this link.
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Summer Day Camps return June 14 through August 6!
They will include Camp Cooper (application & referral base only) and Camp Muni.
All Covid protocols are in place; temperature checks, masks, distancing. Free lunch will be provided for both camps by Eureka City Schools.
Both camps will operate Monday-Friday 8:00am-5pm and are for youth ages 5-12 years. Camp Muni will be $120/week for Eureka residents and $130/week for non-residents.
You can register and/or download applications at the Adorni or by calling the Adorni at 707.441.4248.
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Join us for a week of fun as we celebrate The Week of the Young Child
Eureka Community Services has partnered with Humboldt State University recreation administration students to plan an exciting week of activities focused on children and families.
Each day will feature a slate of activities focused on a specific theme, ranging from art to cooking, to outdoor fun.
Check out the designated activity each day this week.
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Coats for the Cold is a local drive to collect warm coats and jackets for our community.
Last year’s coat drive was our largest yet! We collected over 500 now coals and over 4,000 gently used coats that were laundered by Mission Linen and given to local children and adults in need. The number of donations shows what a caring community we share.
With temperatures dropping, the need for coats is as great as ever. This year we respectfully ask you to continue your support for Coats for the Cold in any way possible. Your effort truly makes a difference for our community.
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Community Services is excited to share family-friendly, Halloween-in-Quarantine events, and activities! While the festivities may look a little different this year, the fun (and candy!) is the same. Both City events have been approved by the Humboldt County Department of Public Health.
See the events and important information below:
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Cooper Gulch after school program enrollment open now.
Fifty percent scholarships are now available for the Cooper Gulch After School Program for qualifying families. First come, first serve, and for a limited time. (A special thank you goes out to Humboldt Sponsors for allowing us to reallocate unused summer camp scholarship funds.)
- Location: Cooper Gulch
- Cost: Average monthly enrollment cost is between $110 – $150. (Varies from month to month based on the number of days of operation and reflect holidays and other closures)
- Hours: Monday 1:30-5:30 PM, Tuesday-Friday from 2:30 to 5:30pm
- For Youth ages 5-11
To register, please call 707.441.4248 or visit the Adorni Community Center at 1011 Waterfront Drive.
About the school:
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