9:00 am Food Addicts Anonymous Meeting @ Trinity Presbyterian Church
Food Addicts Anonymous Meeting @ Trinity Presbyterian Church
Feb 13 @ 9:00 am
Ongoing Thursdays. Trinity Presbyterian Church. A 12-step group that helps people not eat addictively one day at a time. There are no fees. www.foodaddicts.com. 420 Melrose. Entrance is through the yellow gate to the library.
10:00 am Toddler Time @ Scotts Valley Library
Toddler Time @ Scotts Valley Library
Feb 13 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
A 60 minute program for children, 0-3 years and their parents or caregivers. Join us for music, stories & play! Space is limited so come on time.
10:30 am Adult Book Discussion Group @ La Selva Beach Library
Adult Book Discussion Group @ La Selva Beach Library
Feb 13 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
For more information and/or book selection, call 831.427.7710.
10:30 am Preschool Storytime @ Downtown Library
Preschool Storytime @ Downtown Library
Feb 13 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am
We will read books, sing songs and make a simple craft. For 3-5 year olds.
12:15 pm Baby Happy Hour at JuneBug’s Gym!! @ JuneBug's Gym
Baby Happy Hour at JuneBug’s Gym!! @ JuneBug's Gym
Feb 13 @ 12:15 pm – 1:15 pm
Every Monday, Wednesday, & Thursday. AKA InchWorm Class is a class designed for the child that is crawling through early walkers. Come join the fun and let your young child crawl, creep and explore their motor skills in a fun and stimulating environment. Music, parachute and more!! Cost is $10/hr with open gym punchcard for $60 (with paid membership). Call 464-BUGS (2847) or drop by at 3910 Portola Drive. Ste. 2 & 3 Pleasure Point, Santa Cruz. www.junebugsgym.com
1:00 pm Aptos Library Book Discussion Group @ Aptos Library
Aptos Library Book Discussion Group @ Aptos Library
Feb 13 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Aptos Library. Reading selections will be made by the group with an emphasis on thought provoking fiction and challenging non-fiction.
3:30 pm Code.org @ Aptos Library
Code.org @ Aptos Library
Feb 13 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Join us for an hour of coding! Immerse yourself in a world of your choosing- be it Minecraft, Star Wars, Frozen or other fantasy worlds. Utilizing block code, we will learn the fundamentals of computer science through games. Ages 8 to 18. No registration required. Space available on a first-come-first-served basis.
3:30 pm Kids Create! @ Garfield Park Library
Kids Create! @ Garfield Park Library
Feb 13 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Explore where science meets art with a new STEAM based project every week, and leave the mess at the library! No program on February 27th . For kids 5 – 12 years old.
6:00 pm Grupo de Triple P de 8 Semanas: para familias con niños 2 – 12 años @ La Manzana Recursos Comunitario, 18 W. Lake Ave, Salón E, Watsonville
Grupo de Triple P de 8 Semanas: para familias con niños 2 – 12 años @ La Manzana Recursos Comunitario, 18 W. Lake Ave, Salón E, Watsonville
Feb 13 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Asista por 8 semanas a este grupo de Triple P para conocer a otras familias y aprender estrategias sencillas que le ayudaran a: Fortalecer las relaciones en su familia; Fomentar conductas positivas; Enseñarle a su niño habilidades y comportamientos nuevos; Manipular las conductas disruptivas o problemáticas con mayor confianza; Cuidar de usted mismo como padre. Este grupo es gratis y abierto al público. Inscríbase para reservar su lugar y obtener el cuidado de sus niños gratis. Se proporcionarán bocadillos para niños y adultos. Presentado en español por: Sandra Rodelo, Puentes de la Comunidad – La Manzana Recursos Comunitarios Ubicación: La Manzana Recursos Comunitario, 18 W. Lake Ave, Salón E, Watsonville Para inscribirse: Comuníquese con Sandra Rodelo al (831) 724-2997 x211 o [email protected] o vea el calendario en http://first5scc.org/calendar/parent-trainings
6:00 pm Triple P 8-Week Group: For families with children 2-12 years old @ San Lorenzo Valley Elementary School Library, 7155 Highway 9, Felton
Triple P 8-Week Group: For families with children 2-12 years old @ San Lorenzo Valley Elementary School Library, 7155 Highway 9, Felton
Feb 13 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Attend this 8-week Triple P Group to meet other families and learn simple strategies to help you: Strengthen relationships in your family; Encourage positive behaviors; Teach your child new skills & behaviors; Handle disruptive or challenging behaviors with greater confidence; Take care of yourself as a parent. This Triple P Group is FREE and open to the public. Free child care is available with advance registration. Light snacks will be provided for adults and children. Presented in English by: Cori Burt, Community Bridges – Mountain Community Resources Location: San Lorenzo Valley Elementary School Library, 7155 Highway 9, Felton To register: Contact Cori Burt at (831) 335-6600 x6605 or [email protected] or register online at http://first5scc.org/calendar/parent‐trainings
6:00 pm Trivia on Tap @ Steel Bonnet Brewing Company
Trivia on Tap @ Steel Bonnet Brewing Company
Feb 13 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Join Santa Cruz Public Libraries as we host a weekly trivia night at Steel Bonnet Brewing Company in Scotts Valley. Bring your friends, form a team (or take it on solo), and compete against other groups to win the grand prize.
7:00 pm All About Theatre’s In the Heights @ Louden Nelson Community Theater 301 Center Street.
All About Theatre’s In the Heights @ Louden Nelson Community Theater 301 Center Street.
Feb 13 @ 7:00 pm
Performed by talented local teens. Live professional orchestra (including some musicians from Flor de Caña). Buy tickets at allabouttheatre.org/buy-tickets/
7:00 pm Craig Vachon, The Knucklehead of Silicon Valley @ Bookshop Santa Cruz
Craig Vachon, The Knucklehead of Silicon Valley @ Bookshop Santa Cruz
Feb 13 @ 7:00 pm
Bookshop welcomes Craig Vachon for a reading and signing of The Knucklehead of Silicon Valley, his entertaining tale of a befuddled but highly capable venture capitalist who is compelled to chart his own course on a global quest to save his new brain-computer interface tool from falling into some very, very wrong hands. Ralph Gibsen isn’t your typical spy. In fact, he may not be a spy at all. He’s lumpy, blundering and abysmal at chatting up the fairer sex. Yet, he is attracting a significant amount of attention from the intelligence community. After all, as a 30-year Silicon Valley mainstay, he can phish your passwords, bust firewalls, and has developed software used by millions to circumvent government censorship. And now, he thinks he has stumbled upon a cabal who is pushing to misuse his own technology for world domination. Ralph helps create an educational Tool that maps a learner’s neurological processes and pinpoints the exact moment a student learns. But the Tool can also manipulate people’s beliefs. At least, that what several influential people think. Soon, Ralph finds himself the target of increasingly complex attacks on his businesses, reputation, freedom, and life. Ralph enlists an eclectic group of ‘frenemies’ to thwart this nefarious plot. McKenna may or may not still work for the CIA. Beautiful Eva may work for the Chinese government, who wants the Tool for themselves. Even Ralph’s lovely wife Jen could be involved… Ralph simply isn’t equipped to figure it out. And the world is closing in. “Knucklehead is like being shot out of an Ethernet cable lined with exotic travel and baroque paintings and landing on a sea of electricity.” —Peterson Conway About the author: The character of Ralph Gibsen, the protagonist of The Knucklehead of Silicon Valley, isn’t based on the author G. Craig Vachon. Not in any way. Sure, they both are big, goofy-looking lummoxes and they are married to beautiful, smart women that could have coupled more advantageously. And yes, Ralph and Craig are both overly lucky, Silicon Valley-based venture capital investors living on the beaches near Santa Cruz, CA. And both spend too much time in business-class seats flying to strange places and meeting exotic people. But that’s where the similarities end. No, really. Read more about the author here.
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