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Walk a Mile in Her Shoes

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes

Thursday, April 25 • 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. • Lighthouse Point, West Cliff Drive, Santa Cruz The Santa Cruz Community is joining Monarch Services to raise awareness about sexual assault/violence in our community. Walk a Mile is a nationwide event that invites the community to participate in a one mile walk, literally in his/her […]

MovementLab Celebrates Santa Cruz Dance Week

MovementLab Celebrates Santa Cruz Dance Week

Free Event on Friday, April 19, 2019 • 7: 30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Which shapes of light illuminate our path, what qualities of light attract us, do we, at some point become aware of our lightness? MovementLab brings performance and participatory installations to the Old Wrigley Building halls and The Art Cave’s gallery, concluding […]

Naturalist Night

Naturalist Night

Meadow Stewardship with Grey Hayes Thursday April 18 • 7-8:30 p.m. • Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History Join the Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History for another lively and engaging science talk! Home to richly diverse species, California’s coastal prairies sustain agriculture, harbor precious life, store carbon, and enrich our lives with their beauty. […]

Deadline to Apply for Civil Grand Jury Approaching

Deadline to Apply for Civil Grand Jury Approaching

The Superior Court of Santa Cruz County is seeking applications to become a member of the Santa Cruz County Civil Grand Jury and the deadline is approaching. The Civil Grand Jury is an historic institution and serves an important role in local society. Serving on the Civil Grand Jury gives residents of Santa Cruz County […]

County Wins Ruling in RTC Lawsuit

County Wins Ruling in RTC Lawsuit

Judge Denies Petition by Greenway to Delay Rail Line Repair In a Superior Court of Santa Cruz County, Judge Paul Burdick denied the Petition for Writ of Mandate in its entirety in the case of Santa Cruz County Greenway v. Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission (RTC). The court’s ruling rejected the challenge to the […]

Spring Bark Adoption Special

Spring Bark Adoption Special

Half Price on All Puppy & Dog Adoptions at Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter The Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter is experiencing an overload of adoptable dogs at their shelter and is seeking forever homes for adoptable animals. Adopting out animals helps open up space at their open-admission price for all puppies and dogs will […]

2019 Trailblazers Recognized

2019 Trailblazers Recognized

Presented by the Santa Cruz County Women’s Commission The Trailblazers Awards recognize people in Santa Cruz County who, through their professional or personal efforts, are making extraordinary differences in the lives of women or girls. Honorees are people who have made significant contributions to improving the lives of women or girls, as well as inspiring, […]

Santa Cruz County Board Calls for Recycling Commission

Santa Cruz County Board Calls for Recycling Commission

The Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously joined a call to create a statewide Recycling Commission to investigate and make recommendations to address the declining market for recyclable materials. Introduced by Supervisors Zach Friend and Bruce McPherson, the resolution is a response to upheaval in the global recycling market caused by China’s […]

City of Santa Cruz Changes Rules for Accessory Dwelling Units

City of Santa Cruz Changes Rules for Accessory Dwelling Units

At their February 26 meeting, the Santa Cruz City Council adopted amendments to the City’s Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) ordinance. The changes result from the Housing Voices Report of 2017, and specifically from recommendations made in the subsequent Housing Blueprint Subcommittee Report. Changes to state law regarding ADUs are also incorporated into the approved amendments. […]

“Disturbing The Peace”

“Disturbing The Peace”

Free Film Event at the “Green Grange” in Live Oak Disturbing The Peace is a story of the human potential unleashed when we stop participating in a story that no longer serves us. With the power of our convictions it takes action to create new possibilities. The documentary follows former enemy combatants — Israeli soldiers […]

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