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Rocks, ridges, and redwoods- this park has it all! Join our experienced interpretive staff and volunteers as we highlight different features of Castle Rock SP each Saturday and Sunday! Keep in mind most hikes are somewhat strenuous due to the ridgeline nature of the park and may include long sunny stretches without shade. Bring closed-toe shoes, plenty of water, snacks, and a camera (if that’s your thing!) Meet at the Kirkwood Entrance, near the office. Vehicle day-use fee is $10.…Find out more »
Join us at Taco Tuesday at Skypark in Scotts Valley with delicious dinner from some of your favorite food trucks -- with traditional, authentic tacos and some very creative new twists, 5-8pm. This month our vendors include: Taquizas Gabriel, Holopono & Miches and Cheviches! In addition to their signature tacos, the trucks will also offer their regular menu. Updated event info: https://www.facebook.com/events/491498948767557. Order your food to go, grab a table or bring a blanket & picnic on the lawn! You…Find out more »
Are you ready to take your commute to the next level? Learn from the experts about bike commuting basics including hauling gear, what to look for in a solid commuting bike, riding while “business casual,” rush hour rules of the road, and more. As Santa Cruz County expands its network of protected bike lanes and paths, now is the perfect time to explore commuting by bike. With the right preparation, adding biking to your commute options can be a breeze.…Find out more »
In his 20-plus-year career as America's Bubble Guy he has appeared on numerous prime time television shows as well as night clubs and universities. Tom's work has been presented to 900 mathematicians at the International Congress of Mathematics in Berlin, Germany. He has been the featured performer for science center Bubble Festivals attracting up to seventeen thousand people in a single weekend. He is as comfortable performing for preschoolers as he is when entertaining audiences in the variete theaters throughout…Find out more »
In this program we will talk with Roy Recio, founder of Tobera Project and curator of the "Watsonville is in the Heart" exhibit. Roy Recio, other members of the Filipino community, and UCSC graduate students will share their passion for a new project aimed at preserving the local history and heritage of Filipino families in Santa Cruz County -- the "Watsonville is in the Heart: Oral History Project." Panelists will share what draws them to this work and why these…Find out more »