Summer Day Camps return July 6 – August 7!
They will include Camp Cooper (application & referral base only) and Camp Muni.
Our summer day camps will look a bit different this year. Group sizes will be smaller to accommodate social distancing, campers and leaders will wear masks and temperature checks for campers will take place at the start of program each day.
Both camps will operate Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm and are for youth ages 5-12 years. Camp Muni will be $120/week for Eureka residents and $130/week for non-residents. There will be no half-day option this year.
You can register and/or download applications here.
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Set your kids imagination and adventurous spirit free as they learn about their local environment around them.
Activities range from basic environmental education such as classifying different plant life to identifying animal tracks. Young explorers will learn what important items to bring with them in their adventure packs. Plus so much more.
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We are changing our team assignment process this season.
This season, coaches will draft their own teams instead of our staff putting the teams together. Due to this we are going to have to rearrange some of the times for the drills during team assignments to allow for a coaches meeting to explain the draft to them and then to also draft their teams.
This will not affect the boys from the 3rd-8th grade divisions as their times will stay the same however it will affect:
- All the 3-4 grade girls
- 5-6 grade girls
- 9-12 grade coed participants
Below are the revised team assignment times.
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Cooper Gulch Afterschool program became an elf workshop on Wednesday! The students made hot chocolate gifts for their friends and family to get in the giving spirit this holiday season.
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Halloween is over! Would you like to recycle your children’s costume?
Support your community by donating new or gently used Halloween costumes appropriate for children!
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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.
The Community Access Project for Eureka (C.A.P.E.) and Eureka Community Services are asking for donations of new or gently used Halloween costumes for children whose families cannot afford them on their own.
Donated costumes will be given to families referred by their case/social worker.
Costumes can be dropped off at the Adorni Center, 1011 Waterfront Dr., Eureka, Monday – Friday 7am-7pm, Saturday 9am-7pm and Sunday 9am-4pm.
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