THIS WEEKEND – Boulder Creek Art and Craft Fair

2014-11-15 Craft FairWhat: Art & Craft Fair Boulder Creek

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
(831) 338-4144

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.

 

Harvest Festival this Saturday

Logo-HarvestFestivalWhen: Saturday, September 27th from 11:00am – 6:30pm

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)

Music:

Main Stage (behind Joe’s Bar & BC Hardware)

10:45am – 11:45am     Full Moon Rooster
12:15pm – 1:15pm      Old Blue
1:45pm – 3:00pm        Sugar by the Pound
3:30pm – 4:45pm        Take 1
5:15pm – 6:30pm        Who’s Holdin

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

Demo Booth

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.

Website: http://www.santacruzmountainsharvestfestival.com

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.

Volunteers: http://gtp.ivolunteer.com/harvestfestival

Logo-FarmersMarket

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.

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

4th of July Lineup

2014-07-04 Fire Department
Pancake Breakfast

When: 7:00am – 12:00 noon, July 4th
Where: Boulder Creek Fire Station
13230 Highway 9
Boulder Creek, CA 95006
Cost: $8 adults, $4 children
Details: Enjoy all-you-can-eat pancakes, eggs, fruit, juice, and coffee while you support our local volunteer Fire Department.

Website / Phone: https://www.facebook.com/BoulderCreekFireDepartment
(831) 338-7222

 

4th_of_July_Parade

Parade

When: 10:00am – 12:00noon, July 4th
Where: Highway 9 between Scarborough Lumber & Railroad Avenue

Website / Phone: http://campaign.vpweb.com/2a7eaf53-1efd-451f-8a56-cc5ac1bbfbcd/
(831) 338-6833

 

2014-07-04 BBQ & Concert
BBQ & Concert

When: 11:30am – 3:00pm, July 4th
Where: Junction Park         Map
Details: Enjoy the classics of a summer BBQ, beer, and wine while supporting our Park & Rec Department. There will be live music, jump house, and face painting.

Website / Phone: http://campaign.vpweb.com/2a7eaf53-1efd-451f-8a56-cc5ac1bbfbcd/
(831) 338-4144

 

Logo-FarmersMarket

Farmers’ Market

When: 12:00noon – 4:00pm, July 5th & Every Saturday
Where: in the Oddfellows parking lot, corner of Forest & Pine Street        Map
Details: Make it a double day event, take in Lumberjack Days and our wonderful Farmers’ Market. It will be a full market with lots of venders and as always live music.

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

 

 

2014-07-04 Lumberjack Days
Lumberjack Days

When: 11:00am – 5:00pm, July 5th & 6th
Where: Behind Boulder Creek Hardware, in their parking lot        Map
13110 Highway 9
Boulder Creek, CA 95006
Cost: Admission is Free
Details: Enjoy kids activities, lumberjack contests, and BBQ. Each year a new King and Queen of the Woods is crowned. Will you be crowned this year?

Website / Phone: https://www.facebook.com/bouldercreekhardware
http://www.bouldercreekhardware.com/lumberjack-days.html
(831) 338-6833

If you can volunteer for any of these events please call the phone number provided for each event.

1st Friday Event: 2 Locations

2014-05-01 FridayEventFlyerWhat: 1st Friday Event

When: This Friday, May 2, from 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Where: 2 locations

Boulder Creek Antiques & Art (aka Mac’s 100 year old place)
13164 Highway 9, Boulder Creek

Sgt. Penguin’s Lively Arts Designs
12599 Highway 9, Boulder Creek

Boulder Creek Antiques & Art and Sgt. Penguin’s Lively Arts Designs are having their first Friday event to benefit HEARTS & HANDS, which improves the lives of our elderly. There will be door prizes, sales, featured artists, appetizers, and beverages at both locations. As well as music by Brookdale Bluegrass Band at Boulder Creek Antiques & Art.

Featured Artists at Sgt. Penguin’s Lively Arts Designs:

Laurie & Dan Hennig (oldest ceramic studio in Santa Cruz county)
Iver & Jennifer Hennig (creating ceramic creations in Boulder Creek since 1995)
Stephanie Allison (painter of colorful and whimsical females)
Donna Stewman (art made out of found natural items)

Featured Artists at Boulder Creek Antiques & Art:

Anne Locatelli & Ede Locatelli-Giacasa (still life painters)

So come on by, enjoy some wonderful art, music, food, and community while supporting a good cause. Oh and don’t forget Mothers Day is May 11th, which is just a little over a week away. So if you haven’t found that perfect gift for her yet search both locations for it and give her a one of a kind find this year. Both locations are open during their regular hours as well on Friday.

Boulder Creek Antiques & Art (aka Mac’s 100 year old place)
http://bouldercreekantiques.blogspot.com
regular store hours 11:00am – 5:30pm

Sgt. Penguin’s Lively Arts Designs
https://www.facebook.com/SgtPenguinsDesigns
regular store hours 12:00noon – 5:00pm

TOMORROW Little Basin Festival

2014-04-26LIttleBasinWhat:     Little Basin’s 3rd Annual Camping Festival
aka “This Land Is Your Land”

Where:  Little Basin Cabins & Campground
21700 Little Basin Road
Boulder Creek, CA 95006

When:    April 26th, 11:00am till 4:00pm

Cost:       Entry is Free, Parking is $10 per car

Little Basin is having their 3rd annual Camping Festival aka “This Land Is Your Land”, it is a mix of camping activities, live music, fun, and celebrating Earth Day. The main site is at the Deer Meadow Group Campground. There will be food at the picnic area next to the amphitheater, so bring cash. Venders will be selling their wears and other treats at the main site. There is a large playground for the kids close to all the action, allowing everyone to take in the music while playing. Other activities include interpretive hikes, family activities, games, art, outdoor classes, and demonstrations. So come on out and enjoy a fun filled day with family, friends, and community, making everyday Earth Day.

Directions from the corner of Highway 9 and Big Basin Way
Take Big Basin Way (CA 236) north (towards Big Basin State Park) for 6.5 miles
Turn Left onto Little Basin Road
Take Little Basin Road for 1.7 miles
Arrive at 21700 Little Basin Road, where there is lots of parking

Official Press Release
http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/02/prweb11540053.htm

Website
http://littlebasin.org


LittleBasin_Map

 

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