Video from Tuesday, January 10, just before 5:00 p.m. PT. Check out the post below for more images.
The water is flowing. Taken on 1.8.2017.
This video for “Fight Song” by Rachel Platten features some well-known shots from Boulder Creek right after the one-minute mark.
Looking for a memorable dinner in an intimate, hand-built living room? What if you could sit down, enjoy wine and appetizers and then a four course family-style meal from a chef at Felton’s Cremer House…. with custom beer pairings from the head brewer at Santa Cruz Mountain Brewing… all while enjoying a personal living room show from the Naked Bootleggers’ own banjo extraordinaire, Don Mackessy… right here in downtown Boulder Creek? This Friday, you can at Lille æske. Tickets are very limited. To reserve a set click HERE.
Announcing the lille æske Supper Table Series, a monthly event in which top culinary artists curate extraordinary meals using the freshest local ingredients available.
This Thursday: A Late Spring Supper – California Calçotada
Thursday, June 18, 6:00pm, $85
Join to celebrate the end of Spring’s delicate and delicious harvest with a meal inspired by a traditional Spanish festival, the Calçotada. Small bites are followed by a four-course meal featuring spring onions, grilled and served with a rich romanesc, or salbitxada, sauce, in the traditional Catalan way. Guests are encouraged to feast with abandon, enjoying the best of Spring produce, fresh and preserved, as well as delicious, local beer and wine pairings, and sustainable meat and cheese.
Emily Eder is the Pantry Chef at Felton’s The Cremer House. Her love of food is inspired by a love of growing it. Before joining the staff at The Cremer House, Emily worked at Camp Joy Gardens in Boulder Creek.
Beer pairings were made for this meal, in collaboration with Maggie Appleby Thomas, head brewer at Santa Cruz Mountain Brewing. Musical entertainment by Boulder Creek’s own Don Mackessy of the Naked Bootleggers.
Tickets are very limited. To reserve a set click HERE.
Boulder Creek residents wanted to make sure PG&E and CalTrans got the lighting just right for their historic mountain town. Check out this video from KSBW regarding the new acorn streetlights you’ll see in downtown.
Click HERE to view the video.