City of Eureka Suspends Most Public Gatherings Through March
The City of Eureka is taking steps to suspend many of its public gatherings throughout the City until the end of March. The decision follows recommendations from the California Department of Public Health to slow the spread of the COVID-19.
The following facilities, programs, and activities will be suspended through March 31st 2020:
The Adorni Center beginning at 5pm March 13th including:
Youth and Adult Sports beginning immediately including:
Hoopsters practices and games
Men’s Basketball and Woman’s Volleyball games
Roller Skating at the Muni beginning immediately
The Annual Easter Egg-venture
Community Class i.e. Toddler Soccer and Bitty Basketball
F.U.N. Play Center
The Wharfinger and rentals beginning on Monday, March 16th
Staff will be onsite for essential services
The following programs and facilities will remain open until further notice:
The City of Eureka has officially launched its new Youth Council program and selected four out of fourteen applicants for the Spring term of 2020. Applicants were between the ages of 14-17 of which all were outstanding, exemplary, and civic minded.
(From left to right in the above attached photo) Tristan Greene from Eureka High has a profound interest in history and politics, and currently volunteers at the Democratic Central Committee Office in Eureka. Stella Saba from Eureka High is interested in human rights, protecting the environment, a Teen Court leader, and wants to study law in the future. Christina Smith, also from Eureka High is a cross country runner that loves exploring Eureka’s outdoors and is involved in several clubs at school. Gwendalyn Parsons is an avid reader from Academy of the Redwoods, who wants to beautify Eureka and increase street safety.
The purpose of this camp is to promote and encourage kids to be active and healthy through skating.
Campers will learn the fundamentals of skating through individual and group instruction. This camp will help kids focus on technique, skill, and safety. Each camper will be provided with elbow and knee pads. Campers will need to provide their own skateboard and helmet.
Eureka Community Services is excited to announce Camp N.E.T, a very popular specialized basketball camp for youth to refine their skills, learn new tricks of the game, become part of a team and have fun!
What Skill Levels is this Camp For?
Camp N.E.T. has drills that will meet all needs from beginning to next level athlete!
How is this different from any other basketball camp?
Camp N.E.T. combines high level basketball training with all of the fun and youth development you’ve come to expect from Eureka Community Services. Both recreation leaders and basketball coaches offer a fun, energetic week filled with team spirit, breakdown drills, games, competitions and a few surprises to offer a unique one of kind camp experience!
How Much Does it Cost?
Camp N.E.T. is one of the most competitive high level basketball camps in the area. The cost is $150 for Eureka residents. Add $10 for non-residents.