Santa Cruz

Saving Big Basin – Heroes and Heroines

Saving Big Basin – Heroes and Heroines

In the winter of 1900, a female writer sent a bold letter to the Santa Cruz Sentinel urging citizens to preserve the old growth redwoods in Big Basin. Just fifteen months later, Big Basin Redwoods State Park became a reality. On Thurs, May 8from 7 – 9 pm at historic Park Hall, 9400 Mill Street, […]

Santa Cruz Mineral and Gem Society 63rd annual show

Santa Cruz Mineral and Gem Society 63rd annual show

The Santa Cruz Mineral and Gem Society (SCMGS) will be holding its 63rd annual show on April 26and 27, 10 AM to 5 PM daily, at the Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium. This year offers new and exciting vendors, mineral and gem displays, speakers, and activities for you and your family. Visit our club website, http://scmgs.org/shows/index.html […]

Santa Cruz County Employees Credit Union

Santa Cruz County Employees Credit Union

Proposes to Merge into Bay Federal Credit Union CAPITOLA – Santa Cruz County Employees Credit Union has taken the first steps to merge into Bay Federal Credit Union, pending regulatory approval and a vote by Santa Cruz County Employees Credit Union members. Santa Cruz County Employees Credit Union, based in Santa Cruz, California, has $26.8 […]

Teacher Workshop at Seymour Marine Discovery Center

Teacher Workshop at Seymour Marine Discovery Center

Grades 3-8 Educators and Teachers Saturday, April 26 SANTA CRUZ – The Seymour Marine Discovery Center in Santa Cruz will host a “GEMS Ocean Science Educator Workshop” on Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 9 AM-3:30 PM. Join us for this timely professional development opportunity for teachers and educators of grades 3-8, presented by GEMS and MARE educators from the Lawrence Hall of Science, University of California, Berkeley. […]

Multiple Burglaries and Attempts Near Summit Area

Multiple Burglaries and Attempts Near Summit Area

On 4/11/2014 multiple burglaries and an attempted burglary occurred in the Summit area of Santa Cruz County. The burglaries occurred on Jensen Road and outer Zyante Road. An attempted burglary also occurred on Jensen Road while the resident was home. At about 10:40 AM an unidentified male  suspect knocked at the door of a residence […]

Sheriff Candidates’ Forum on Monday Night April 28

Sheriff Candidates’ Forum on Monday Night April 28

Meet the Candidates for Santa Cruz County Sheriff The three candidates for Santa Cruz County Sheriff for the June 3, 2014 election (Jim Hart, Bob Pursley, and Roger Wildey) will be speaking at a forum on Monday, April 28, 2014, from 7-9pm, at the Santa Cruz Police Community Room (Laurel and Center Streets). The event is co-sponsored by the American […]

The Alzheimer’s Association reveals the latest research updates on Alzheimer’s disease

The Alzheimer’s Association reveals the latest research updates on Alzheimer’s disease

The Alzheimer’s Association invites the community to “A day of Retreat and Learning” in Santa Cruz. This educational conference will be held on Wednesday, May 07 2014 from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm at the Mount Hermon Conference Center located at 37 Conference Drive, Mount Hermon, CA, 95041. An expert panel will offer key insights on the […]

SqCWD Enacts De-facto Building Moratorium

SqCWD Enacts De-facto Building Moratorium

Mandatory Water Rationing in the SqCWD to take effect this fall Twin Lakes Church Project put in Limbo By SqCWD Board By Noel Smith A de-facto building moratorium has been declared by the Soquel Creek Water District Board of Directors. Five projects that had met all the technical and policy criteria the district requires, including […]

SLVHS Drama Production: Footloose!

SLVHS Drama Production: Footloose!

San Lorenzo Valley High School and Mountain Community Theater proudly present FOOTLOOSE – The Musical! Screenplay written by Dean Pitchford, music and lyrics by Dean Pitchford and Tom Snow. The exuberant cast of thirty-four talented teenagers will have you dancing in your seats to the Oscar and Tony-nominated top 40 score, augmented with dynamic new […]

Orbital physics is child’s play with Super Planet Crash

Orbital physics is child’s play with Super Planet Crash

A new game and online educational resources are offshoots of the open-source software package astronomers use to find planets beyond our solar system SANTA CRUZ — Super Planet Crash is a pretty simple game: players build their own planetary system, putting planets into orbit around a star and racking up points until they add a planet that destabilizes […]

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