Halloween Lineup 2014

2014-10-31 Halloween

5:00pm – 7:00pm Trick-or-Treating
            Where: Downtown, Highway 9

5:30pm Thriller Performance
            Where: Rec Hall, 13333 Middleton Avenue, Boulder Creek, CA 95006

6:00pm – 8:00pm Haunted House, Games, Photo Booth, Jump House
            Where: Park & Rec Center, 13333 Middleton Avenue, Boulder Creek, CA 95006

7:30pm Thriller Dance
            Where: Rec Hall, 13333 Middleton Avenue, Boulder Creek, CA 95006

2014-10-31 Funkranomicon8:30pm – Midnight Halloween Party & Chili Feed with Funkronomicon
            21 and older
            Where: Joe’s Bar, 13118 Highway 9, Boulder Creek, CA 95006
            (831) 338-9417
            http://www.joesbc.com/events.html
            http://www.funkranomicon.com

TOMORROW – SLVWD special meeting

Logo-SLVWDEvent: SLVWD Special Meeting

When: Tuesday 10/28/2014 at 2:00pm

Where: SLVWD Operations Building
13057 Highway 9, Boulder Creek, CA 95006
(831) 338-2153

Agenda: http://slvwd.com/agendas/OTHER/2014/BoD%20Special%20Meeting%2010-28-14.pdf

On Friday 10/24 the San Lorenzo Valley Water District announced a special meeting for this Tuesday 10/28 at 2:00pm. The purpose of the meeting is to review applications of candidates for the open position of district manager. Like all public meetings oral communications are allowed from the general public and each person is allowed 3 minutes. If you have any questions for the board that you would like answered before the election this is your last chance to ask them.

Events at Big Basin this SATURDAY

This Saturday Big Basin is having 3 events, the Redwood Loop Walk, Snakes Alive, and The Missing Arm of William Waddell. Information is listed below, attend 1 or all 3.

BigBasin-HeadQuartersEvent: Redwood Loop Walk

When: Every Saturday & Sunday from 11:00am – 2:00pm

Where: Big Basin Headquarters / Visitor Center
21600 Big Basin Way, Boulder Creek, CA 95006
http://www.parks.ca.gov/pages/540/files/BigBasinRedwoodsFinalWebLayout2013.pdf

Price: Parking is $10 per vehicle

Details: During this walk you will learn how redwoods grow to be so old, tall, and their importance to humans. It is an informative guided half-mile stroll through a magnificent old-growth redwood forest. Meet the famous Mother Tree, the Father of the Forest and the incredible Chimney Tree on this 90 minute walk. Stroller and wheelchair accessible.

BigBasin-NatureLodge&MuseumEvent: Snakes Alive!

When: Saturday 10/25/2014 from 12:00noon – 3:00pm

Where: Nature Lodge / Museum
across the street from Big Basin Headquarters / Visitor Center
http://www.parks.ca.gov/pages/540/files/BigBasinRedwoodsFinalWebLayout2013.pdf

Price: Parking is $10 per vehicle

Details: Come visit Diane Shaw and learn about the fascinating world of snakes. Diane will give a talk at 12:30pm, teaching you why snakes are important to us, how they see, smell, taste, and hear, what they feel like, and much more. There are also snake crafts for kids as well.

BigBasin-TreeRingsSpecial Event: The Missing Arm of William Waddell

When: Saturday 10/25/2014 registration begins at 6:30pm

Where: Big Basin Headquarters / Visitor Center
21600 Big Basin Way, Boulder Creek, CA 95006
http://www.parks.ca.gov/pages/540/files/BigBasinRedwoodsFinalWebLayout2013.pdf

Price: Parking is $10 per vehicle

Details: Come hear the haunted tale of Big Basin’s last lumber mill owner and his fateful encounter with a grizzly bear! This is a half mile theatrical guided walk through the redwoods at night. Stroller and wheelchair accessible. Don’t forget your flashlight.

Website: http://www.BigBasin.org

Voter’s Guide 2014

Election-VoterGuide

The general election is Tuesday, November 4th and if you’re like me you’re trying to figure out how you will vote. Navigating all of the sites, and figuring it all out is crazy making. On top of that I can’t find a site that is easy to use that has all of our ballot information on it in one place. So I made us one, below is a list of the items on our ballot with links to websites for every candidate. I have also included ballot measure information, as well as for and against. There is also a list of websites that are following some of these items and what they think. I have tried to make it as evenly balanced and non partisan as possible. All the links below are meant to allow you to inform yourself on the issues and vote as you see best. The information is in the same order as the official ballot which many of you should have already received in the mail.

Governor

Jerry Brown (Democratic) currently in office

http://www.jerrybrown.org

http://votersedge.org/california/2014/november/state/candidates/governor/2633-jerry-brown


Neel Kashkari
(Republican)

http://www.neelkashkari.com

http://votersedge.org/california/2014/november/state/candidates/governor/2650-neel-kashkari

Lieutenant Governor

Ron Nehring (Republican)

http://www.ronnehring.com

http://votersedge.org/california/2014/november/state/candidates/lieutenant-governor/2651-ron-nehring


Gavin Newsom
(Democratic) currently in office

http://www.gavinnewsom.com

http://votersedge.org/california/2014/november/state/candidates/lieutenant-governor/2652-gavin-newsom

Secretary of State

Alex Padilla (Democratic) currently in office

http://www.padilla4sofs.com

http://votersedge.org/california/2014/november/state/candidates/secretary-of-state/2653-alex-padilla


Pete Peterson
(Republican)

http://www.petesos.com

http://votersedge.org/california/2014/november/state/candidates/secretary-of-state/2655-pete-peterson

Controller

Ashley Swearengin (Republican)

http://www.ashleyforca.com

http://votersedge.org/california/2014/november/state/candidates/controller/2669-ashley-swearengin


Betty T Yee
(Democratic)

http://bettyyee.com

http://votersedge.org/california/2014/november/state/candidates/controller/2662-betty-yee

Treasurer

John Chiang (Democratic) currently the California State Controller

http://www.electjohnchiang.com

http://votersedge.org/california/2014/november/state/candidates/treasurer/2637-john-chiang


Greg Conlon
(Republican)

http://www.gregconlon.com

http://votersedge.org/california/2014/november/state/candidates/treasurer/2638-greg-conlon

Attorney General

Kamala D Harris (Democratic) currently in office

http://kamalaharris.org

http://votersedge.org/california/2014/november/state/candidates/attorney-general/2647-kamala-harris


Ronald Gold
(Republican)

http://www.rongold.org

http://votersedge.org/california/2014/november/state/candidates/attorney-general/2663-ron-gold

Insurance Commissioner

Dave Jones (Democratic) currently in office

http://www.davejones2014.com

http://votersedge.org/california/2014/november/state/candidates/insurance-commissioner/2676-dave-jones


Ted Gaines
(Republican)

http://www.tedgaines.com

http://votersedge.org/california/2014/november/state/candidates/insurance-commissioner/2644-ted-gaines

Member, State Board of Equalization 2nd District

Fiona Ma (Democratic)

http://www.fionama.com

http://votersedge.org/california/2014/november/state/candidates/board-of-equalization-member-sbe-2/3030-fiona-ma


James E. Theis
(Republican)

http://jimtheis.com

United States Representative 18th District

Richard B Fox (Republican)

http://www.drfox4congress.com

http://votersedge.org/united-states/2014/november/california/candidates/representative-district-18/2567-richard-fox


Anna G. Eshoo
(Democratic) currently a member of Congress

http://annaeshoo4congress.com

http://votersedge.org/united-states/2014/november/california/candidates/representative-district-18/240-anna-eshoo

Member of State Assembly 29th District

Mark Stone (Democratic) currently in office

http://www.friendsofmarkstone.org

http://votersedge.org/california/2014/november/state/candidates/assembly-member-district-29/2928-mark-stone


Palmer Kain
(Republican)

http://www.palmerkain.org

http://votersedge.org/california/2014/november/state/candidates/assembly-member-district-29/2973-palmer-kain

Judicial (vote yes or no for each office)

For Associate Justice of the Supreme Court

Goodwin Liu

http://votersedge.org/california/2014/november/state/candidates/california-supreme-court-justice/13804-goodwin-liu


Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar

http://votersedge.org/california/2014/november/state/candidates/california-supreme-court-justice/13805-mariano-florentino-cuéllar


Kathryn Mickle Werdegar

http://votersedge.org/california/2014/november/state/candidates/california-supreme-court-justice/13803-kathryn-mickle-werdegar

For Associate Justice Court of Appeal, 6th District

Eugene Milton Premo

http://votersedge.org/california/2014/november/state/candidates/justice-state-court-of-appeal-district-6/13849-eugene-milton-premo


Adrienne M Grover

http://votersedge.org/california/2014/november/state/candidates/justice-state-court-of-appeal-district-6/13851-adrienne-m-grover


Patricia Bamattre-Manoukian

http://votersedge.org/california/2014/november/state/candidates/justice-state-court-of-appeal-district-6/13852-patricia-bamattre-manoukian


Miguel Marquez

http://votersedge.org/california/2014/november/state/candidates/justice-state-court-of-appeal-district-6/13848-miguel-marquez


Franklin D Elia

http://votersedge.org/california/2014/november/state/candidates/justice-state-court-of-appeal-district-6/13850-franklin-d-elia

Superintendent of Public Instruction

Tom Torlakson – currently in office

http://www.tomtorlakson.com

http://votersedge.org/california/2014/november/state/candidates/superintendent-of-public-instruction/2660-tom-torlakson


Marshall Tuck

http://www.marshalltuck.com

http://votersedge.org/california/2014/november/state/candidates/superintendent-of-public-instruction/2681-marshall-tuck

San Lorenzo Valley Water District (vote for no more then 3)

Eric Hammer

www.hammerpratherratcliffe4water.com

Voter’s Pamphlet http://www.votescount.com/nov14/slvwater.pdf


Gene Elizabeth Ratcliffe

www.hammerpratherratcliffe4water.com

Voter’s Pamphlet http://www.votescount.com/nov14/slvwater.pdf


Larry Prather
– currently in office

www.hammerpratherratcliffe4water.com

Voter’s Pamphlet http://www.votescount.com/nov14/slvwater.pdf


Karen Brown

http://www.votekarenbrownslvwater.com

Voter’s Pamphlet http://www.votescount.com/nov14/slvwater.pdf


Chuck Baughman

http://www.chuck4slvwd.com

Voter’s Pamphlet http://www.votescount.com/nov14/slvwater.pdf


Bob Fultz

http://www.bobfultz.com

Voter’s Pamphlet http://www.votescount.com/nov14/slvwater.pdf


SLV Water District information sites

http://www.slvwd.com/BoardInfo.htm about the district and board

http://www.slvwd.co SLVWD watchdogs

http://www.slvwd.co/dp/sites/default/files/docs/grandjury_slvwd.pdf
Grand Jury Report 6/2014

State Measures

1 – Water Bond. Funding for water quality, supply, treatment, and storage

http://www.voterguide.sos.ca.gov/en/propositions/1/

http://votersedge.org/california/ballot-measures/2014/november/prop-1

https://cavotes.org/vote/election/2014/november/4/ballot-measure/proposition-1

Voter’s Pamphlet http://vig.cdn.sos.ca.gov/2014/general/en/pdf/proposition-1-title-summary-analysis.pdf

Yes http://www.yesonprops1and2.com

No http://www.noonprop1.org


2 – State Budget. Budget stabilization account. Legislative constitutional amendment.

http://www.voterguide.sos.ca.gov/en/propositions/2/

http://votersedge.org/california/ballot-measures/2014/november/prop-2

https://cavotes.org/vote/election/2014/november/4/ballot-measure/proposition-2

Voter’s Pamphlet http://vig.cdn.sos.ca.gov/2014/general/en/pdf/proposition-2-title-summary-analysis.pdf

Yes http://www.yesonprops1and2.com

No http://www.2badforkids.org


45 – Healthcare insurance. Rate changes. Initiative statute.

http://www.voterguide.sos.ca.gov/en/propositions/45/

http://votersedge.org/california/ballot-measures/2014/november/prop-45

https://cavotes.org/vote/election/2014/november/4/ballot-measure/proposition-45

Voter’s Pamphlet http://vig.cdn.sos.ca.gov/2014/general/en/pdf/proposition-45-title-summary-analysis.pdf

Yes http://www.yeson45.org

No http://stophighercosts.org


46 – Drug and alcohol testing or doctors. Medical negligence lawsuits. Initiative statute.

http://www.voterguide.sos.ca.gov/en/propositions/46/

http://votersedge.org/california/ballot-measures/2014/november/prop-46

https://cavotes.org/vote/election/2014/november/4/ballot-measure/proposition-46

Voter’s Pamphlet http://vig.cdn.sos.ca.gov/2014/general/en/pdf/proposition-46-title-summary-analysis.pdf

Yes http://www.yeson46.org

No http://www.noon46.com


47 – Criminal sentences. Misdemeanor penalties. Initiative statute.

http://www.voterguide.sos.ca.gov/en/propositions/47/

http://votersedge.org/california/ballot-measures/2014/november/prop-47

https://cavotes.org/vote/election/2014/november/4/ballot-measure/proposition-47

Voter’s Pamphlet http://vig.cdn.sos.ca.gov/2014/general/en/pdf/proposition-47-title-summary-analysis.pdf

Yes http://www.VoteYes47.com

No http://www.californiapolicechiefs.org


48 – Indian gaming compacts. Referendum.

http://www.voterguide.sos.ca.gov/en/propositions/48/

http://votersedge.org/california/ballot-measures/2014/november/prop-48

https://cavotes.org/vote/election/2014/november/4/ballot-measure/proposition-48

Voter’s Pamphlet http://vig.cdn.sos.ca.gov/2014/general/en/pdf/proposition-48-title-summary-analysis.pdf

Yes http://www.voteyes48.com

No http://www.stopreservationshopping.com


County
Measures

K – Cannabis Business Tax

http://votersedge.org/unincorporated-area/ballot-measures/2014/november/measure-k

Voter’s Pamphlet http://www.votescount.com/nov14/meak.pdf

Yes – no site found

No – no site found

Voter informative sites

Santa Cruz County Election Department

http://www.votescount.com

California Official Voter Information Guide

http://www.voterguide.sos.ca.gov
http://www.voterguide.sos.ca.gov/en/pdf/ PDFs for all the candidates statements and propositions

League of Women Voters of Santa Cruz County

http://lwvscc.org

Easy Voter Guide California

http://www.easyvoterguide.org

Smart Voter

http://votersedge.org/santa-cruz-county-california-election-voters-guide-to-ballot-measures-and-candidates#.VEdz88klqR4

Open Studios THIS Weekend & NEXT

Open-Studios-2014_webOpen Studios is a way for the public to get a glimpse into the diverse world of the artists that live among us, and this year’s no exception. The San Lorenzo Valley has 22 artists participating this year Open Studios Art Tour sponsored by the Santa Cruz Art League. This year there are 10 in Boulder Creek, 8 in Felton, and 4 in Ben Lomond. Check out the artists below, get inspired, and maybe even purchase some art for your home or maybe a functional piece of art for daily life.

When:
Saturday 10/11 & Sunday 10/12 from 11:00am – 5:00pm (all artists listed below)

Saturday 10/19 & Sunday 10/20 from 11:00am – 5:00pm (many of the artists listed below)

Details:
For all the details visit the tours website http://www.artscouncilsc.org or visit individual artists websites listed below.

Boulder Creek Artists:

Felton Artists:

Ben Lomond Artists:

TOMORROW Flea Market, Concert, & Farmers Market

Logo-FleaMarket&Concert2nd Saturdays in the Park Flea Market & Concert

When:             October 11th from 8:30am – 2:30pm, music is from 12noon – 2pm

Where:           Junction Park     Map

Boulder Creek Park & Rec’s 2nd Saturday in the Park Flea Market & Concerts this Saturday. All spaces are full with new and old stuff for sale.

Check out the flea market, find new treasures, and stay for live music. This is the last one of the year and they won’t be coming back until May next year.

Website:       http://www.bcrpd.org/#!events/c1djx

Logo-FarmersMarketFarmers Market

When:             Every Saturday from 12noon – 4pm

Where:           in the Oddfellows parking lot, corner of Forest & Pine Street    Map

After the Flea Market & Concert make a whole day of it and come by the Farmers Market and get some wonderful fresh produce for the week. Enjoy more live music and shop. There will be produce as always this week, farm fresh coffee, bread, knife sharpening, and much more.

Website:        https://www.facebook.com/pages/Boulder-Creek-Farmers-Market/656430807707413

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