Hearts for Hart Fundraiser

Hearts for Hart Fundraiser

The Santa Cruz community is mobilizing and organizing to raise money in support of a longtime local surfer, Brian Hart, as he slowly recovers from a serious surfing accident. The Hearts for Hart Fundraiser is being hosted at Haut Surf Shop, 345 Swift Street, Santa Cruz on Sunday September 23 from 2 to 7 p.m. […]

Graham Hill Wildfire Fuel Load Reduction

Graham Hill Wildfire Fuel Load Reduction

Work Begins along Graham Hill Road Oct. 8 The Resource Conservation District (RCD), working with Cal Fire and California State Parks, has scheduled Phase 3 of the Wildfire Fuel Load Reduction project along Graham Hill Road. On Monday, October 8 crews will begin the removal of invasive Acacia and French broom on approximately 1.4 acres […]

Why We Drum: A Senior Perspective

Why We Drum: A Senior Perspective

By Catherine Cat Heron Steele and Claudia Kelly We both love coming to Grey Bears in Santa Cruz and supporting the senior community with Watsonville Taiko’s workshops and classes. Grey Bears is such a convenient location in the middle of the county and within a block from a bus stop, which makes it easy if […]

Vista Center: Preparing Students for the Future

Vista Center: Preparing Students for the Future

Vista Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired Thanks to funding from Monterey Peninsula Foundation and accessibility engineers and developers at local tech companies, Santa Cruz area middle and high school students with visual impairments engaged this past week in Vista Center Santa Cruz’s informative and fun program “Vision for Our Youth for Tomorrow” geared […]

VinoCruz Comes to Soquel Village

VinoCruz Comes to Soquel Village

Help us welcome the newly reinvented VinoCruz Winebar and Kitchen to Soquel! VinoCruz returns to the scene with a whole new look and a whole new menu — food menu that is … While VinoCruz is still the go-to spot for the best selection of Santa Cruz Mountains wine, you can now enjoy a fantastic […]

SCCAS Welcomes Philanthropic Partner

SCCAS Welcomes Philanthropic Partner

The Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter (SCCAS) is the organization safeguarding and improving the lives of domestic animals in Santa Cruz County. With intake exceeding 5,000 animals a year, SCCAS has a bedrock of municipal funding for core services such as animal control, licensing, rabies vaccinations, housing for strays and surrenders, and intervention in animal […]

Save These September Dates!

Save These September Dates!

September is Children’s Cancer Awareness Month. In celebration of 20 years of service Jacob’s Heart presents these events: ••• Friday, September 14 Jordan and Kyra Memorial Golf Tournament Seascape Golf Club in Aptos Join us as we celebrate the 25th Annual Jordan & Kyra Memorial Golf Tournament. Enjoy local sips and eats at various holes along […]

Roux Dat Cajun Creole Comes to Santa Cruz

Roux Dat Cajun Creole Comes to Santa Cruz

1520 K2 Pacific Avenue Stew Shack Roux Dat Stew Shack serves New Orleans inspired gumbos, jambalayas and stews. Our food is high flavor, quality and fairly priced bringing the bold flavors of Cajun food to Santa Cruz. Our hot sauce selection has offerings for you to turn up the heat as high as you like. ••• The Roux Dat Stew Shack will […]

New Aptos Village Homes Nearing Completion

New Aptos Village Homes Nearing Completion

Summer 2018 has been a productive season for the Aptos Village Project. Paving is complete for Aptos Village Way. This new street, which runs parallel to Soquel Drive, will provide an integral connection between Trout Gulch Road and Aptos Creek Road. The street includes parking on each side, as well as wide sidewalks to help ensure […]

Movable Murals

Movable Murals

250 Main Street, Watsonville WATSONVILLE — Movable Murals, is a pilot project of Pajaro Valley Arts in collaboration with the City of Watsonville, funded by the Community Foundation of Santa Cruz. Movable Murals provides a venue for artists and community groups to showcase large-scale paintings in a public setting, visible to and enjoyed by all who pass through Watsonville. […]

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