Youth Programs

Tumbling Tots - 2023 Spring


Wednesdays April 12 - May 3

Eudora Community Center

The goal of this class is to provide a safe, fun environment for children ages 3-5 to be introduced to basic tumbling skills. Students will learn introductory tumbling skills with a focus on motor skills and balance. Please have your child wear clothes they are comfortable moving in. Four half hour sessions are available to choose from.





Date: Wed. Evenings 5:00-7:00PM
Cost: $25
Age: 3-5 years old
Location: Eudora Community Center

Beyond the Bell - 2023 Spring


Stop by the Eudora Community Center for a field day with Eudora Parks and Rec. Sports and yard games including Spikeball, Cross Net and more will be available from 2:00-4:00pm. Pre-Registration is required.

Three dates (listed below) are set for the upcoming field days.

January 11th

February 8th

March 8th 

April 12th 

May 10th

Cost: Free
Age: 10-13
Location: Eudora Community Center

Adult Programs

Bird Watching Excursion - 2023 Spring


Meet up at the Eudora Rec Center for local field trips with the Jayhawk Audubon Society. Be prepared for short hikes and outdoor weather conditions. You are encouraged to bring your own binoculars as loaners are in short supply. Pre-Registration required. Read more for trip descriptions!

March 29th (Clinton Lake) - Focus will be on the identification of numerous waterfowl (geese, ducks, scoters, & loons) and gulls potentially available.  Once we have seen what we can we will travel to the south end of dam and scope that area of the lake.  Depending on cloud cover and wind the species diversity and abundance can vary greatly from one day to the next. From there we will go below the dam to the model airplane field and those wetlands.  We will look primarily for a variety of sparrows and possibly wrens.  We will check the airfield for possible American and Sprague’s Pipits. Flyovers by Smith’s Longspurs are also possible.  We are likely to be able to see and hear both Eastern and Western Meadowlarks on the runway edges.

April 19th (Burcham Park) - We will walk the road and and trails in the park and to the north.  Should be a variety of early warblers, vireos, thrushes and other spring migrants. The river may have some waterfowl and gulls present and possibly some early swallows over the water.  It is a little early for the bulk of the warblers but easier to view as most leaves won’t be out yet.  Bring layers in case there is a chilly breeze.

Cost: $5