Annual Sol Fest and Big Trees Scottish Highland Games This year promises to be the best year yet. We have expanded and are now occupying Bret Hart hall which will be home to the all new Numpty’s Tavern featuring main stage acts Tempest, The Fire featuring our own hometown success story David Brewer and the world
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Felton’s Final Fanfare to Summer Festivals By Julie Horner Amber hues and a tinge of wood smoke suffuse the final local music festivals of summer as Roaring Camp welcomes the annual Santa Cruz Mountain Sol Festival and Big Trees Scottish Festival and Highland Games to The Meadow. Hundreds of music lovers, families, and followers of
The 31st Annual SLV River & Road Clean-up, organized by The Valley Women’s Club (www.valleywomensclub.org), takes place in Boulder Creek, Ben Lomond, and Felton on Saturday, September 16th from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Lompico Community Center holds their annual Cleanup the same morning from 9:00 am to noon. The VWC and Lompico coordinate the
Local Friends of the Eclipse Awed – Even Through the Fog By Nick Herbert The much-awaited all-USA total eclipse of the Sun on August 21, 2017 sent many residents of Boulder Creek to Oregon, Idaho, and Wyoming to abide in the path of totality for two glorious minutes – a nationwide personal pilgrimage
By Marcey Klein BS, CNC Back to school is upon us, believe it or not – this summer went by in record speed. And what that means is plenty of preparing for school lunches, snacks, quick breakfasts, and dinners. Our children are growing at a rapid pace and need essential building blocks from the nourishing
By Chris Finnie Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States from 1902 to 1932, was reported to have said in a speech, “Taxes are the price we pay for a civilized society.” I’m going to lump fees in with that—in this case, water fees. In recent decades,
By Julie Horner With an August sun beaming and the swimming hole hopping, locals and out of towners alike deployed their blankets and sunk toes into the good earth at Junction Park in Boulder Creek for an afternoon of live music, BBQ, local wine and craft beer presented by 90.1 KBCZ Boulder Creek Community Radio.