Update on “Old Growth, New Adventures” Event in Sequoia Park

The first Sequoia Park design charrette / community workshop was a huge success!

Thank you to everyone who was able to attend and for sharing your thoughts and ideas at our “Old Growth, New Adventures” re-envisioning community workshop help last October 21.

Click here  to download a PDF of the information gathered.

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Looking for Inspirational Eureka Residents for a new project

We’re developing a new project featuring some of the more inspirational people who live here in Eureka and we need your help.

If that’s you and you’d like to share it – or you know someone who might fit, we’d like to hear from you. We’re not necessarily looking for folks who climbed Mt. Everest or donated thousands of dollars to strangers anonymously (although we’d love to hear from you too).

It can be day-to-day things, such as: Continue reading Looking for Inspirational Eureka Residents for a new project

Community Meeting to Determine Future Zoning of Eureka

Shape Eureka’s Future!

On November 28th at 6pm, the City will be hosting an interactive public workshop at the Wharfinger.  It will be fun and you can contribute to the vision of Eureka’s future.  You will also have the chance to walk on the largest map of Eureka ever made.  Food will be provided.  See attached for details.

We want to pack the room with people that care about Eureka’s future, so please help spread the word.

If you live in Eureka, work in Eureka, own property in the City, or care about the City in any way, there will be a presentation, interactive stations, and planners providing one-on-one property consultations with GIS maps on November 28, 2017 from 6-8PM at the Wharfinger Building.

Express your opinion on questions such as:

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41st Annual Holiday Craft Bazaar Coming Soon With New Format

Where does Santa get his gifts?

(He goes to the Annual Holiday Craft Bazaar at the Adorni Center!)

The longest-running craft fair in Eureka returns December 2, 2017 from 10:00 to 6:00 (new longer hours) at the Adorni. Cost to attend is free. Everyone receives a raffle ticket to great prizes.

This years Craft Bazaar will feature live music, live readings of The Grinch, an opportunity to make your own gift with E.C.O. Eureka, food, and much more!

Watch our event on Facebook (and this blog) for updates.

See the entertainment schedule here.

UPDATE: Vendors Booths are Filled for Holiday Bazaar

We want to thank everyone who is taking a booth at our new and improved Holiday Craft Bazaar on December 2, 2017.

Due to the amazing response, all both spaces are taken. There is a waiting list only.


Honor our Veterans at the Adorni Center

We will be honoring all the men and women who have selflessly served our country at the Adorni Center on Veterans Day.

  • Saturday November 11, 2017
  • 11:00 AM
  • 1011 Waterfront Drive, Eureka

Our featured speaker will be Major Eddie A. Morgan, U.S. Combat Army Engineers Retired. This observance and program are presented by the Rotary Club of Southwest Eureka in partnership with the City of Eureka. Please attend and please spread the word.

Let Your Children Help Direct the Future of Sequoia Park

If you’ve got kids, here’s a great opportunity for them to engage in city planning and help shape the future of our beloved Sequoia Park.

Bring them with you to the “Old Growth, New Adventures”, Sequoia Park Re-envisioning Community Workshop & Free BBQ on Saturday, Oct 21, 2017 from 12:30 to 3:00 where they can share their ideas, especially since they’ll be using Sequoia Park for years to come!

Why do we want kids and young adults to participate?

  • They are a vital and contributing community resource.
  • They often have fresh ideas
  • they can always imagine new ways to do things.

The event is sponsored by Redwood Capital Bank

It will take place rain or shine!

To stay updated and to add your voice and that of your children’s to the conversation, follow us on Facebook.com/eurekasequoiapark.  If you’re on Facebook, please go to our event at https://www.facebook.com/events/364117320708278 and share it and invite others.

Free food and refreshments will be available!

Download a flyer here.