Come walk the streets of Boulder Creek and check out local crafts.. this evening in downtown.
We have a ton of great events happening this month!
Want to volunteer or be a vendor at this year’s DIO Fest? Click HERE to apply and for more info.
DIO Fest 2017 will be held at Camp Krem from April 28-30. This will be the FIFTH year for this event – and it does keep getting better. The event supports “music enrichment for special needs through music, art, camping and stoke.”
For more info visit the DIO Fest page at http://www.doitourselvespresents.com/
To read up on past Boulder Creek Insider posts on DIO Fest, click HERE
More pictures of the Parade…
Thanks to Mr. Barnes for the images….
What a great day in Boulder Creek. 4th of July 2016… !
lille æske’s upcoming Supper Table Series: A Forager’s Feast will be this Thursday Novermber 5th at 7:00 p.m.
To purchase tickets, click HERE
The evening w influenced by the roots of the land where we live. The evening will pay respect to the backyard bounty of Santa Cruz County. Staying in line with this theme of “roots”, we have paired the meal with live music that travels back in time.
Live music will be provided byAlison Steele on the clawhammer banjo. Alison is the founder of the female bluegrass band, Sugar by the Pound .
This week’s menu was created by culinary artist Brian Munn (The Buttery) for A Forager’s Feast. Munn has a passion for hunting, harvesting, and savoring the food that we walk, hike, and surf past everyday- acorns and olives, even kelp. His menu is inspired by the many edible treats we have in our back yard that we too often forget about:
– From the Orchard- Local Marinated Olives & Live Oak Acorn Pate w/ Toast
– From the Garden- Early Harvest Pickled Veggies & Warm Fall Root Salad w/ Acorn Squash Soup
– From the Sea- Local Raw Oysters w/ Pickled Monterey Sea Grapes & Cranberry Saison Mignonette