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Alan Ritch – Dominic West’s Pig Keeper
Alan Ritch comments on a rural English funeral. Photo courtesy of RDNE Stock Project.
O'Neill Sea Odyssey
Exploring the history (going back 9,000 years!) of Aptos through photos and artifacts and education.
That's right, a museum dedicated to Sasquatch.
The Visual Applied Performing Arts complex consists of three venues: The Crocker and Black Box Theaters and Samper Recital Hall.
Photos and artifacts depicting the history of Capitola.
Located in downtown Santa Cruz, the Jewel Theatre Company Center Stage is home to great local theater.
Located in the Tannery Art Center and managed by the Jewel Theatre Company, this venue comfortably seats 182.
Exploring contemporary practices of art in a museum setting with regular exhibitions and a participatory education program.
Small park, grass, benches, no restrooms. Site of Japanese Cultural Fair and other special events. Historic Mission site.
Founded in 1791, Mission Santa Cruz was among the 21 missions stretching from San Diego to Sonoma.
A venerable community center and performing arts venue in Ben Lomond.
Located at the Tannery Arts Center, this venue showcases the works of local, regional and international artists.
Preserving and sharing the history of the San Lorenzo Valley.
Gallery featuring works by local and national artists. Offers classes and weekend workshops.
A large event venue operated by the City of Santa Cruz.
Branch closed for construction. A 24/7 offsite book drop is located at 140 Rancho Del Mar.
Temporarily closed closed for construction. Book drop is open 24/7.
Temporarily closed for construction. Book drop is open 24/7.
Literacy in all its forms, with programs for everyone who loves to learn.
Branch is closed for construction. Book drop in the SV Community Center parking lot is open 24/7.
This brightly colored building across from the Ben Lomond Market offers classes and features a gallery and gift shop.
Local history, art, exhibitions, events, and classes.
Highlighting the diversity of the region's plant, animal and human communities.
A magical outdoor stage and seating, the better to enjoy the Bard during the summer productions.
Tiny museum tucked into the lighthouse, honoring over 100 years of surfing in Santa Cruz with pictures and artifacts.
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