Every year, the USDA Forest Service selects one of its 154 national forests to provide a tree to appear on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol building for the holiday season.
The Six Rivers National Forest in partnership with nonprofit partner Choose Outdoors will bring this special gift from California to Washington, D.C. for the 2021 holiday season. The Tree will make a special appearance in Eureka on Friday, October 29th from 4:30 pm-6:00 pm in the gravel parking lot adjacent to Madaket Plaza.
Hot cocoa and cider will be served. Homemade ornament kits will be given to take home.
It will help young entrepreneurs ages 6-18 with interest in planning their own Lemonade Stand.
They are working in partnership with AEDC and are looking to recruit mentors. Because the commitment is short it’s a great way for those that can’t make the full commitment of a year, but know how important the investment of time is for our youth.
Community Services is excited to share family-friendly, Halloween-in-Quarantine events, and activities! While the festivities may look a little different this year, the fun (and candy!) is the same. Both City events have been approved by the Humboldt County Department of Public Health.
The Sequoia Park Zoo Foundation and the City of Eureka invite you to a walkabout in the Sequoia Park and the Sequoia Park Zoo to learn more about our upcoming “elevated redwood walkway” as well as improvements to Sequoia Park Zoo and the upper meadow of the Sequoia Park directly from our project manager at Greenway Partners.
We hope you will join us:
Sequoia Park Meadow Entrance Saturday, March 14th 2:00 PM-3:00 PM