Re-envisioning Sequoia Park (Second Community Workshop) on June 9

FREE!Help us imagine new ways to discover, learn and play in our beloved Sequoia Park.

We need your voice!

To add your voice and ideas to the design, come to Washington Elementary School’s Cafeteria on Sat., June 9th from 10:00am – 12:00pm.

This is a family friendly event that includes FREE food and refreshments.

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Raiders of the Lost Park for Ages 5-12 During April

Let your young ones explore the environment outside their front door!

This week of camp will focus on youth exploring the outdoors at Cooper Gulch, learning about our local eco systems and wildlife, and having fun playing in an outdoor setting.

What should my child bring?

  • A water bottle!
  • Comfortable shoes for plenty of activity
  • A warm coat and clothing suited for cooler weather
  • A sack lunch and two snacks

The details:

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Raiders of the Lost Park for Ages 5-12 During Presidents’ Week

Let your young ones explore the environment outside their front door!

This week of camp will focus on youth exploring the outdoors at Cooper Gulch, learning about our local eco systems and wildlife, and having fun playing in an outdoor setting.

What should my child bring?

  • A water bottle!
  • Comfortable shoes for plenty of activity
  • A warm coat and clothing suited for cooler weather
  • A sack lunch and two snacks

The details:

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Parks and Rec Gets Art Grant!

Ink People & City of Eureka Awarded California Arts Council  “Creative California Communities” Grant

State funds will leverage local arts project to address community needs

Eureka, CA – The California Arts Council announced its plans to award $90,000 to the Ink People & City of Eureka as part of its Creative California Communities program.  The program supports collaborative projects that harness arts and culture as a creative placemaking strategy. Projects will benefit residents and visitors by utilizing area artists, cultural organizations and arts-related businesses to address community needs or priorities. Continue reading Parks and Rec Gets Art Grant!

Take Dad Fishing! 4th Annual Father’s Day on the Bay

What Better Way to Celebrate the Father or Father-Figure in Your Life Than a Fun-Filled Day of Fishing?

FREE!Whether you are an experienced angler, or just getting started, join us for a day of fishing on the bay! Our friendly Parks and Rec staff will be there to help you learn the basics. Including basic knots, casting, safety, and information on public fishing in Humboldt Bay!

Don’t have equipment? Borrow ours! We will have a limited supply available. (First-come first-served)

Details:

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Raiders of the Lost Park for Ages 5-12 During Presidents’ Week

Let your young ones explore the environment outside their front door!

Eureka Parks & Recreation’s Explore Eureka program is offering a Presidents Week Camp at Cooper Gulch & Sequoia Park for your young ones to explore the environment outside their front door!

Young Adventurers will hike trails, learn about wildlife living in the park, and experiment with science focused activities relating the ecosystem of the redwoods. Kids will have lunch among the redwoods and learn fun outdoor adventure skills. Camp will take place at Cooper Gulch Tuesday & Thursday and at Sequoia Park on Wednesday & Friday (in the event of rain, camp will default to taking place at Cooper Gulch).

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Win Prizes with a Get Out and Play Day Passport

Stop by each event this Saturday at #GOPD2016 and have your passport stamped and you could win prizes!

Download and print out the attached Passport here.