Free Performance of “Shakespeare-To-Go” this Saturday at the Boulder Creek Library

This coming Saturday, May 2, Shakespeare’s “As You Like It” will be adapted into a 50- minute rendition, followed by a 10-minute question and answer session. This free performance will take place at Boulder Creek Library‘s outdoor amphitheater.


Shakespeare-To-Go: “As You Like It”

1-2 p.m. Saturday, May 2

13390 West Park Ave., Boulder Creek

Boulder Creek Library

THIS SATURDAY Shakespeare To Go

ShakespeareWhat:     Shakespeare To Go presents Hamlet, a Condensed Adaptation

Who:      UCSC Theater Arts Shakespeare To Go Troupe

When:    Saturday May 31 from 1pm – 2pm

Where: Boulder Creek Library
Outdoor Amphitheater
13390 West Park Avenue
Boulder Creek, CA 95006

Price:    Free

Don’t miss this free performance by the Shakespeare To Go Troupe of Hamlet an Condensed Adaptation. They have been performing at Boulder Creek Library for over 20 years. This version of Hamlet will be a really fun event for the whole family, and did I mention it is FREE. So go to the library and enjoy some classic theater this Saturday from 1pm till 2pm.–coming-to-boulder-creek-outdoor-amphitheater

Reader Letter: Trying to reach Lynette George

Hello Boulder Creek People.

I got a notion to search for Lynette and Ted whom I married in Phoenix in 1983 at Canyon Lake. Quite a story there. Coming up on 30 years.

Could you please send this Hello to Lynette or give me an email address to contact.


Robert McNary, Harlowton, MT.


Our Response: We know Lynette as the Boulder Creek Library branch manager. We don’t know her email address, but we’ll look in to it. We would love to hear the story!





Book Sale at Boulder Creek Library Branch – April 23

The Friends of the Boulder Creek Branch Library are planning their annual book sale for April 23, 2011 from 11 am to 4:30 pm at the Branch Library in Boulder Creek.

All proceeds from the event, which will include a chili feed, baked good sale, and Story telling for kids, will be used to fund summer programming at the Branch.

Donations of books, CD’s, DVD’s, videos are requested and may be delivered to the Boulder Creek Branch Library at 13390 West Park Avenue at any time prior to the event.

Volunteers are also needed to help serve food, sort/organize books, and read stories to children. To offer your assistance or for further information, please contact Darby Kremers at (831) 206-3623 or

Jon Forsyth – BC Library 25th Anniversary Interview

Jon Forsyth, who was recently found dead in Boulder Creek after apparently dying of natural causes, was present at the Boulder Creek  Library’s 25th Anniversary celebration.  He was interviewed in September along with other Boulder Creek residents who were giving their comments about the library. John can be seen at 01:07 on the video.



What’s Happening at Boulder Creek Library ?

Writers Group (3:00 pm-5:00 pm); first and third Saturdays of the month (September 18, October 2, 16)

If you’ve ever wanted to write your novel, memoir or play but just couldn’t get going, the Boulder Creek branch is hosting a write-in twice each month. Bring your laptop or notebook and your inspiration and get motivated with other writers. For more information, email Lise Quintana at

Play Reading Group (6:45pm-8:45 pm); one Wednesday each month (September 15, October 20)

If you would enjoy reading a variety of plays in a relaxed setting with other non-professionals just for fun, we’d love to have you join us. So far, we have read plays by Neil Simon, Agatha Christie, Oscar Wilde, Arthur Miller, and more. For more information, email Darby Kremers at

Family Craft (1:30 pm-3:30 pm); September 18, October 30 (pumpkin carving)

A craft is chosen that can be enjoyed by children of all ages; all supplies furnished by Friends of the Library; children must be accompanied by an adult. For more information, contact Renee Fleming at

Friends of the Library – monthly meeting (1:30 pm-3:00 pm); fourth Saturday of the month (September 25, October 23)

We are a group of local residents who raise funds and arrange programming activities at the Boulder Creek branch of the Library. The meetings are open to the public and we always welcome new members and would love to have your ideas and help.

Contact: Dorrie Kennedy @

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