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Former Aptos resident, author, and radio host Jill Cody is the author of the award-winning America Abandoned. Cody's second book Climate Abandoned was published on Earth Day and is already ranked as an Amazon bestseller in 3 categories. Climate Abandoned brings together 22 scientists, environmental experts, millennials and faith leaders in a discussion of the hard truths, causes, and consequences of climate crisis. Along with the urgency of the issues we face, she offers guidance on specific actions you can…Find out more »
Come gather to eat cake, drink tea and discuss death. A Death Café is a group directed discussion of death with no agenda, objectives or themes. It is not a grief support group or counseling session, just some folks getting together to eat cake and talk about death. Space is limited in this popular program, registration is required. Program provided by Hospice of Santa Cruz County. For more information contact Vanessa at Hospice of Santa Cruz County 831-430-3047. Register online…Find out more »
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing with a screening of the 2019 film Apollo 11. Consisting solely of archival footage, this documentary tells the story of the mission to land on the moon in present tense. It includes previously unseen video and unheard audio recordings. After viewing, attendees will have a chance to participate in an informal discussion.Find out more »
Lisa Bennett wants the next generation to rule the world financially! Come gain understanding of the importance of your personal money mindset, financial planning, credit, insurance, and the necessary education you need to make money work FOR you!Find out more »
Using traditional music, intricate costumes, and dramatic staging, we present this magical tale adapted from “The 1,001 Arabian Nights” as it has never been seen before. Friendship and kindness triumph over evil as Aladdin discovers the magical lamp, frees and befriends the powerful genie, thwarts the evil sorcerer, and saves the kingdom. Free and family friendly! This program is part of Santa Cruz Public Libraries' Summer Reading Program.Find out more »
American Red Cross and Santa Cruz Public Libraries have teamed up to bring FREE emergency preparedness workshops to our communities. In this workshop you will learn how to prepare for a variety of emergencies and natural disasters, what to keep in your emergency bag, and get instruction in hands-only CPR*. This workshop is done in conjunction with Epicenter: The Loma Prieta Earthquake 30th Anniversary Oral Histories Project *This is not a CPR certification class.Find out more »