Bruno’s Bar and Grill Ugly Sweater Party

Bruno's Bar & Grill 230 Mt Hermon Rd, Scotts Valley

Save the date for our annual Ugly Sweater Party! Don your ugly sweater and let's party down at this Adults Only event. Live music, appetizers and lots of drink specials. $100 Bruno's Gift Card for the Ugliest Sweater winner! c

Holiday Sip & Shop with Local Makers at Bruno’s Bar and Grill

Bruno's Bar & Grill 230 Mt Hermon Rd, Scotts Valley

We have many talented local makers! Come see what they have to offer while you sip and shop at our Holiday event. Vendors will be announced soon. If you are a local Maker and interested in participating, please contact us to reserve your space.

Bruno’s Bar and Grill Holiday Sip & Shop

Bruno's Bar & Grill 230 Mt Hermon Rd, Scotts Valley

We have many talented local makers! Come see what they have to offer while you sip and shop at our Holiday event. Vendors will be announced soon. If you are a local Maker and interested in participating, please fill out the online vendor registration form by clicking the button below.

Life on the Ranch: A Living History Event

Wilder Ranch State Park 1401 Coast Road, Santa Cruz, CA

Join us on a trip back in time to experience what life would have been like on a working dairy ranch in the early 1900s. At this living history event, costumed docents will guide you through the past and take you into historic homes, barns, and workshops. Experience old-fashioned crafts, activities, and games at this […]

Free

Castro Adobe State Historic Park Guided Walk

Castro Adobe State Historic Park 184 Old Adobe Road, Watsonville, CA

Come join us for a guided walk at Rancho San Andres Castro Adobe State Historic Park in Watsonville on Saturday, May 7, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Accompanied by State Parks interpreters and docents, you will stroll back in time to the Mexican Rancho period of the mid-1800s. That’s when the two-story Castro Adobe […]

Free

Doors Open California at the Castro Adobe

Castro Adobe State Historic Park 184 Old Adobe Road, Watsonville, CA

Join us for Doors Open California! The Castro Adobe is one of more than 75 unique and fascinating historic places in all corners of the state being highlighted during the first–ever Doors Open California weekend, sponsored by the California Preservation Foundation. Our special tours will include all of the interior rooms of the two–story adobe, […]

Life on the Ranch: A Living History Event

Wilder Ranch State Park 1401 Coast Road, Santa Cruz, CA

As part of California State Parks Week (June 14–18), join us as we celebrate all our park partners and volunteers who help make Wilder Ranch come alive. At this living history event, costumed docents will guide you through the past and take you into historic homes, barns, and workshops. Learn all about our park partners […]

Castro Adobe Open House

Castro Adobe State Historic Park 184 Old Adobe Road, Watsonville, CA

Stroll back in time to the mid-1800s Mexican rancho period with a State Parks docent to visit one of the historic social centers of the central California coast: the Castro Adobe. Explore several of the rooms in the two-story hacienda, including the fandango room and one of the last remaining cocinas in California, and learn […]

Mountain Music School 5 Year Anniversary Party & Open House

Mountain Music School 216-A Mt. Hermon Rd, Scotts Valley

Join us in celebrating 5 YEARS of music making in Scotts Valley!! This is a FREE event with food, drinks, special prizes, and LIVE MUSIC provided by our teachers and students! If you have been considering music lessons for yourself or your kids, this is a perfect opportunity to come meet the staff and see […]

Free

Scotts Valley Event and Performing Arts Center OPEN HOUSE

Scotts Valley Event and Performing Arts Center 251-B Kings Village Road, Scotts Valley, CA

The new Scotts Valley Event and Performing Arts Center is having an OPEN HOUSE for the community. A ribbon cutting ceremony will take place at 1:30pm and there will be "live" music and refreshments. The location and address is 251-B Kings Village Road, to the left of the Scotts Valley Library.