We’re in the Podcast business! CAPE Media has arrived!

We have officially launched a whole series of podcasts to keep you informed about what’s happening in Eureka.

Eureka Community Services and the Community Access Project for Eureka (CAPE) is launching CAPE Media.  Watch this short video to find out about CAPE Media, and new and exciting COMMUNITY PODCASTS coming out!

Visit CAPE-MEDIA.com (don’t forget the dash) to subscribe or to listen on-line. You can also get them through your podcast app. (Search for “Cape Media”.)

There are four podcasts, each one is monthly, and each ones “drops” (luanches) on a different Friday of the month at noon.

  • This Month in Eureka Rec
  • EPD Ride Along
  • Eureka Entrepeneur
  • This Time I Mean It

Need help understanding podcasts and how to listen to them? Follow this link.

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What’s in a Podcast – and How do I Listen to One

This post will tell you how you can listen to our city’s podcasts.

If you’ve never heard of a podcast, or you have but aren’t sure how to find and listen to one…you’re not alone!  If you’re interested in learning exactly what a podcast is and how to listen, here is a quick (less than 4 minutes), entertaining and educational tutorial.

Visit CAPE-MEDIA.com (don’t forget the dash) to subscribe or to listen on-line. You can also get them through your podcast app. (Search for “Cape Media”.)

SPECIAL: Eureka Waterfront Trail Celebration February 10

Did you know that the construction of our waterfront trail is now complete?

Yep, that’s the case. (In case you didn’t know, it’s 6.3 miles from one end to the other.)

So, since it’s done (short of adding some amenities), let’s celebrate!

FREE!Join us for this FREE event on February 10 at the Wharfinger building:

  • Get a sneak peak of the trail amenities to be installed between now and September
  • Watch a special premiere of the documentary which tells the history of the trail, entitled “Battle for the Eureka Waterfront Trail” The untold story of the trials and tribulations that led to the development of Eureka’s newest crown jewel.”  
  • Enjoy complimentary hors d’oeuvres and and a no host bar

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Make a Difference. Help Hoopsters Youth Basketball.

The City of Eureka’s Hoopsters Youth Basketball Program is looking for more volunteer coaches for our upcoming season.

If you or someone you know is interested in coaching or has a desire to work with and mentor youth, you or they can fill out the a coach’s application or pick one up at the Adorni Recreation Center, at 1011 Waterfront Drive

We also have coach’s applications (and more details) at http://www.ci.eureka.ca.gov/depts/recreation/youth_sports/basketball.asp

What does a coach do?

Coaches  plan, organize, and supervise one weekly practice session, and coach one weekend game for the 12 game season, a small time commitment that will impact the youth in community for a lifetime.

No experience necessary! We will provide training for all new coaches.  If you have any questions you can reach me at 441-4245 or senes@ci.eureka.ca.gov.

Important Sequoia Park Meeting August 28 – Open to Public

Join us for community meeting on Sequoia Park an have your voice heard on a statewide video project at Sequoia Park on August 28.

Details:

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