WHAT: SNAPSHOT STORIES: Add your photos to the Santa Cruz Public Libraries’ Archive
WHERE: San Lorenzo Valley Museum, 12547 Hwy 9 in Boulder Creek
WHEN: Saturday, April 26, 2014 from Noon to 4pm
Bring your family’s historical snapshots (from long ago or just last week) to our next Snapshot Stories event at the San Lorenzo Valley Museum. The museum is seeking images of the San Lorenzo Valley region: people, places or events, but photos from all regions of Santa Cruz County are welcome.
Your photos will be scanned and returned along with a USB drive containing an electronic copy of all photos. Your images will become part of the Santa Cruz Public Libraries’ Local History Archive.
Let’s tell the world the unique story of our local and regional history.
Joes Bar April 2014:
Every Thursday, Todd Reid Hosts, with old and new friends, and a Pool tournament!
Friday 4th- Aftershock
Saturday 5th- Next Blues Band
Friday 11th- Squeezedaddy
Saturday 12th- Rick Barnes and Friends
Friday 18th- Hot Fuse
Saturday 19th- Shawn Andrews Band
Friday 25th- Skinny Ricky
Saturday 26th- Tsunami
Weather officials are warning that a unique set of conditions is creating a 92% chance of snow, beginning tonight at 11pm and lasting through tomorrow morning. Now would be a good time to prepare with sand, salt, shovels and other items to stay warm during this unheard of blizzard.
Click the image for an artists’ rendition of the coming blizzard.
Disclaimer: This is a post in honor of April 1 – AKA April Fools Day.
It’s raining hard in Boulder Creek right now. According to Boulder Creek Weather, we are at 22 inches of rain for the season.
The lineup has been posted. This will be three days of music, art and camping in the Santa Cruz mountains.
DIO Fest will be held at Camp Krem just up Big Basin Way the weekend of April 25th.
Click HERE to visit the DIO (Do It Ourselves) Fest website for more info.
From the website:
DIO Fest exists so that corporate mega-festivals don’t eventually rule the world. It exists to help us remember that the person on the stage is not so different from the person in the audience, or the local farmer that’s supplying the grinds. It serves to remind us that we can do great things when we come together.