October Inspirational Podcast on Line

In the final episode for 2018, Scott ‘Q’ Marcus interviews Chaplain Carl Magruder of Resolution Care.


Chaplain Magruder, a non-denominational spiritual leader, and Scott, engage in a free-wheeling and long-ranging talk on everything from ‘What is Mortality?’ to ‘Are computers sentient?’

From his experience in dealing with hundreds of people facing their last moments, he talks about what he’s learned, who has inspired him, whether we exist beyond this material level, and even whether or not death of our existence. This is not a talk about religion, but more about the connection each of us to the universe as a whole.

You’ll want to listen to this inspirational interview.

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Latest Podcast: This Month in Eureka Recreation now on line

FREE!The November episode of the FREE podcast “This Month in Eureka Recreation” is now available.

Have you ever wondered what goes into putting together city wide community events, sports leagues and programs?  Is our job really anything like the Parks & Recreation TV show? Well, now you can find out.

This month, the last episode of the year, Ashley and Scott (and the newly unveiled “Silent Joe) share a few laughs together as they talk about the “Arts and Culture Festival”, rain, art and culture. This episode is a nice warm hug to Eureka. No spoilers, so we’ll see you in January.

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September Inspirational Podcast on Line

FREE!In this month’s episode, Scott ‘Q’ Marcus interviews Dr. Michael Fratkin, M.D., the president and founder of Resolution Care, a non-profit company bringing capable and compassionate care to everyone everywhere in the face of serious illness.

Dr. Fratkin, in a warm and reassuring manner, speaks warmly, yet frankly, of his experiences helping countless individuals and families make important and end-of-life decisions. He discusses the biggest misconceptions about dying, relays powerful stories, and passes along some of the most significant lessons he has picked up caring for hundreds of people during their most difficult periods. Despite what might be an initial reaction of avoiding an uncomfortable topic, you will find it not only to be educational, but comforting, and even somewhat uplifting.

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August Inspirational Podcast on Line

FREE!In this month’s episode of This Time I Mean it, Scott and Kim interview Frank, who started on wine and drugs when his parents introduced them to him at the age of 5 or 6.

From there, Frank “graduated” to harder drugs and became violent. He talks about how – after several setbacks – he found his way to sobriety and has turned his life around.

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July Inspirational Podcast on Line

FREE!In this episode, Kim Bergel interviews co-host Scott ‘Q’ Marcus on his background as a professional motivator and speaker.

In case you wondered why Scott “Q” Marcus and Kim Bergel were chosen to host this monthly motivational podcast, you’ll start to find out in this episode where Kim interviews Scott on how he was picked to be the host.

You’ll also find out about how to get past large barriers to change, why the word “should” is harmful to your success, how to deal with the invisible committee of “they” who are always telling you that you’re not good enough, and how to be more compassionate with yourself when you’re changing a barrier (as well as why that matters).

It’s a light-hearted fun interview that will not only inspire you but give you tools to improve your own willpower and get past what’s holding you back.

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Print Out Your own 2018 GOPD Passport

If you can’t make it one of the locations where they’re providing the FREE passport, you can print it out on your own.

Download a PDF here.

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Table of All Get Out and Play Day Events

This table shows all #GOPD2018 Events

Location Event Time Notes
Sequoia Park Zumba in the Park Noon – 1PM
Sponsor & Vendor Tables and Activities Noon – 1PM
Dunk Tank
1PM – 4PM
Theater in the Park: “The Importance of Being Ernest” 1:30PM – 2:30PM Provided by NCRT
Family Olympics 3PM – 4:30PM Registration starts at 2:30PM; win prize packages
FREE Community BBQ 4:30 – 5:30PM
Beer Garden 4:30 – 9PM Provided by Six Rivers Brewery; Wristband required to purchase alcohol; over 21 years of age only
Rockin’ in the Redwoods Concert 5PM – 8PM With Blue Rhythm Revue
Movie in the Park: “Ferdinand” 8:30 – 10:30PM
Waterfront Trail Interpretive Walk for all ages on Phase C 11:30AM – 2:30PM Meet at the Adorni Center
FREE day at the Discovery Museum
6AM – 8:30PM Located at 612 G Street in Eureka
Scavenger Hunt
Noon – 4PM
Clarke Museum Street Fair
Noon – 4PM
Historic Walking Tours 1PM – 3PM Departs from Clarke Museum at 1:00, 2:00, 3:00
Cooper Gulch NEW EVENT:
“NammaSkate” Yoga for Riders
8:00 – 8:45 AM
Skateboard Competition 9AM – Noon All ages; registration starts at 9AM
Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center FREE Water Rentals Noon to 2PM
Eureka Municipal Golf Course Kids 17 & Under Play FREE 6AM – 8:30PM Must be accompanied by paying adult
Sequoia Park Zoo Kinds 12 & Under FREE 10AM – 5PM Must be accompanied by paying adult

Last update 7/3/2018