Roller Skating is back at the Eureka Muni!
Come to the Eureka Muni on Saturday nights for the return of roller skating!
This class is an introduction to pottery and is designed to teach students the basics of crafting ceramic pieces, glaze application, and design.
Students will have 6 projects to choose from or may work on pieces of their own design. Open to all skill levels.
Pre-registration is required.
Taiji Flow is a follow-along class that allows participants to experience the benefits of Tai Chi without memorizing choreography.
The exercises emphasize continuous flowing movements that unite the body, breath and mind. There is a focus on specific movements from the Simplified 24 Tai Chi form.
Benefits include increased flexibility, leg strength and balance, as well as the effects of meditation such as a reduction in stress and anxiety.
Dribble, pass, shoot and score!
Youngsters will learn basic techniques of the world’s most popular, fast-moving game. It’s a real kick (sorry, couldn’t resist) and could anything be much cuter than a bunch of two to five-year-olds having a great time playing with a soccer ball?
Classes are non-competitive and run in a friendly and nurturing environment where parents, family, and friends are encouraged to cheer and support the participants.
Don’t wait to sign up your toddler; these are some of the most popular classes we offer!
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
Come swirl and twirl in this class, where fun and movement abound for the tiniest of dancers, boys and girls from two to four years of age.
Watch your child use his or her imagination as he or she develops:
- Motor Skills
- Body Awareness
Beginning dance techniques and natural movement will add to the fun of this class, where self expression is encouraged. (Parents, make sure to stay and watch your little ones bloom.)
Bring your team to Eureka for a weekend of playing baseball on fields situated between Humboldt Bay and the Redwoods!
Is your youth baseball team tired of playing in the scorching heat during the summer time? Then sign your youth team up for the City of Eureka Parks & Recreation’s “Redwood Coast Youth Invitational Baseball Tournament.”