Tune to 91.5 to hear Sugar By The Pound perform live tonight between 6 and 9 p.m.
All Fri-Sat shows 8:30 to Midnight. Thurs. 8-11. Never a cover. Please tip your musicians!!
Friday 6th Aftershock
Saturday 7th Echoes of August
Friday 13th Groovy Judy
Saturday 14th Kevin Hamm Band
Friday 20th Sound Reasoning
Saturday 21st Research and Development
Friday 27th Ric Hines and The Ones
Saturday 28th Big Rain
What: Black Friday Event Tomorrow Downtown Boulder Creek
Santa Comes to Town & Tree Lighting
When: Friday 11/28/2014 from 2:00pm – 8:00pm
Santa & Mrs. Claus photos $5
BC Pizza & Pub
2:00pm – 4:00pm & 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Tree Lighting & Festivities – wreath & bake sale, as well as roasting marshmallows
Behind Joe’s Bar & BC Hardware Store, in the parking lot
5:00pm – 6:00pm Tree Lighting & Santa’s arrival at 6:00pm
Music throughout Town
5:00pm – 8:00pm
Tractor Carriage Rides $5
In front of Jenna Sue’s
6:00pm – 8:00pm
Instead of going to the big box stores enjoy the wonders of our downtown this Black Friday. We will have pictures with Mr. & Mrs. Santa Claus, tree lighting, music throughout town, tractor carriage rides, and other festivities. Locations and times for all the activities are listed above. I hope you are all having a wonderful Thanksgiving with family and friends. Oh and don’t forget Small Business Day is this Saturday.
This is another wonderful event brought to you by our Park & Rec. Thank you Hallie and the board for all you do and for all the wonderful events you guys make happen. I am so thankful for being part of such a wonderful and rich (in all the right ways) community.
When: Saturday 11/15 & Sunday 11/16 from 11:00am – 4:30pm
Where: Boulder Creek Rec Center, behind the Fire Station
13333 Middleton Avenue
Boulder Creek, CA 95006
Music: Full Moon Rooster Saturday 11/15 from 12noon – 2pm
J&J Dynamite Sunday 11/16 from 12noon – 2pm
New: Kids Craft Area, free space for kids to sell & share artwork
This weekend is Boulder Creek’s Art & Craft Fair hosted by our Park District. There will be live music, a bake sale, and 29 venders with wonderful art and craft items to enjoy. New this year is a kids craft area which is a free space for kids to sell and share their artwork. Come out this weekend to enjoy some art, purchase some Christmas presents, and support enjoy some live music all at the same time.
Great article over at the Press Banner on Paris Shewfelt, a Boulder Creek resident who uses music to raise awareness for ocean and environmental conservation. Click HERE for the full article.
Where: Downtown Boulder Creek
Price: Free admission & music
Kids wristbands $10 (unlimited hayrides & bounce house)
Adult wristband $15 (Festival glass & drink)
Drink Tickets $5 for Beer $6 for Wine (all local)
Main Stage (behind Joe’s Bar & BC Hardware)
New Leaf Sidewalk Stage
12:30pm – 1:30pm JnJ Dynamite
1:45pm – 3:00pm Crooked Road Ceili Band
3:15pm – 5:00pm Rollin Hazard
Farmers Market Music
12:00pm – 2:00pm Two Bar Creek
2:00pm – 4:00pm Michael Martyn
11:30am – 12:30pm Boulder Creek Candy
1:00pm – 2:00pm I Rise Bakery
2:45pm – 3:45pm Hidden Fortress Farm – Coffee Roasting
4:30pm – 5:30pm Creative Cultures
The 4th annual Harvest Festival is here and it is all about local food, drink, music, and artists; as well as being for the locals with information about many local organizations and a demo booth.
There will be hayrides and a bounce house for the children (wristbands are $10 for unlimited access). The adults get a beer and wine garden which is located behind Joe’s Bar and BC Hardware. (wristbands are $15 for a Festival glass and drink, additional drink tickets are $5 for beer and $6 for wine).
Lots of shopping for all with local artists, clothing, food, and more. Music is in three locations this year, see schedule above. There are also two contests to enter Home Brew and Jam Making, check out the website for entry forms and prizes.
There are a few more volunteers needed, so if you can help out with this event please check out the link below or email SCMHARVEST@GMAIL.COM directly.
When: Every Saturday from 12noon – 4pm
Where: in the Oddfellows parking lot, corner of Forest & Pine Street Map
And while the Harvest Festival is filling the east side of town, our Farmers Market will be filling the west side of town. It should be a larger then usual farmers market, with more produce and artists. Below are a few pictures from last year to show you what we might get to see this year.