Let Your Children Help Direct the Future of Sequoia Park

If you’ve got kids, here’s a great opportunity for them to engage in city planning and help shape the future of our beloved Sequoia Park.

Bring them with you to the “Old Growth, New Adventures”, Sequoia Park Re-envisioning Community Workshop & Free BBQ on Saturday, Oct 21, 2017 from 12:30 to 3:00 where they can share their ideas, especially since they’ll be using Sequoia Park for years to come!

Why do we want kids and young adults to participate?

  • They are a vital and contributing community resource.
  • They often have fresh ideas
  • they can always imagine new ways to do things.

The event is sponsored by Redwood Capital Bank

It will take place rain or shine!

To stay updated and to add your voice and that of your children’s to the conversation, follow us on Facebook.com/eurekasequoiapark.  If you’re on Facebook, please go to our event at https://www.facebook.com/events/364117320708278 and share it and invite others.

Free food and refreshments will be available!

Download a flyer here.

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Eureka Parks & Rec. Annual Halloween Oct 28

Ahoy ye mateys!FREE!

Join the City of Eureka’s Parks and Recreation Crew for a thrilling evening of high seas adventure, when the Adorni Center transforms into the most fun pirate ship around!

Tons of games and activities for young swashbucklers!

This Free Family event is for ages 17 and under, with an accompanying adult

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Halloween Costume Giveaway Oct 14

There are over 1,000 children in Humboldt County who are classified as either homeless or in foster care services who could use a costume for Halloween this year.

Eureka Parks and Recreation department is asking for donations of new or gently used Halloween costumes for children whose families cannot afford them on their own. They are looking for appropriate themed costumes (nothing sexual or violent in nature please) for children up to 17 years old. Each year, we are especially in need of boy and girl costumes age 8-12.

Parks & Recreation is accepting costumes up to November 10th (to get ahead of next Halloween).

Please bring costumes to the Adorni Community and Recreation Center at 1011 Waterfront between now and November 10th.  For questions, please call 707.441.4374.

 

 

 

3rd Annual Halloween Costume Drive at the Adorni Center

We are conducting a costume drive at the Adorni Center and we need your help.

What we need:

  • New or lightly used costumes for children up to age 17
  • Children’s sizes or “one size fits most”
  • Appropriately themed costumes (such as cartoon characters)

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Two Kids’ Acting and Improv Classes Start Nov 6

This fun class is designed for your child to discover his or her 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. There is a beginning and intermediate level class

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NEW! Andy Warhol Based Youth Art Classes

Here’s a fun class for your kids you won’t find very often.

Students will learn art composition of various mediums while learning about the Pop artist Andy Warhol and creating pieces based on his work. Students will learn about Warhol’s life, techniques, styles and his “factory”. All facts will be kid friendly!

Each child will make a soup can painting, paper mache cat (Andy had 25 cats all named Sam!) and a Sculpey clay Andy Warhol with one of his cats on canvas board that will be colored silver because his art studio (the factory) was covered in tin foil!

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Upcycled Art Classes for Children

Students will make use of recycled materials from the local communities in Humboldt County.

Every two weeks, students will focus on a particular theme and incorporate specific materials into their art projects. The class will focus on both artistic techniques, such as color blending, shading, depth perception, scaling of objects, vantage point, and perspective, and will also emphasize the usage of recycled materials and objects in the creative and artistic processes.

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