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MONTH LONG
Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival Virtual Festival This year, bring the adventure home! Fluff up your couch cushions, grab a snack of choice, and make sure you have good internet connection, because the Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour is Virtual! Travel to the most remote corners of the world, dive into daring expeditions, and celebrate some of the most remarkable outdoor achievements, all from the comfort of your living room. Films can be purchased individually or as a bundle. Visit riotheatre.com for more information about the online programs and how you can support your local screening. You may also go directly to the Banff affiliate link for the Rio filmfest.banffcentre.ca/?campaign=WT-163945

Stuff The Bus Corporate Sponsorship Santa Cruz County Office of Education and United Way are excited to host the Annual Stuff The Bus! Your company can ensure students start their first day of school with the tools they need to succeed! Stuff The Bus is July 1 – August 31. Corporate Sponsorship offers a unique way to engage local businesses by offering pop-up buses for display in your office, donating pre-filled backpacks, and recognition on all Stuff the Bus marketing materials including print and social media recognition. With over 4,000 students in Santa Cruz County experiencing homelessness and/or extreme hardships, let’s help kids in our community start school with the supplies needed to succeed in school. Our goal is to provide each student experiencing homeless with a filled backpack…Can We Count On You?

Thursday 1
Grey Bears Brown Bag Line If you are able-bodied and love to work FAST, this is for you! Grey Bears could use more help with their brown bag production line on Thursday and Friday mornings. As a token of our thanks, we make you breakfast (be there at 7am!) and give you a bag of food if wanted. Be at the warehouse with mask and gloves at 7am, and we will put you to work until at least 9am! Fun group, we all love working here! Call ahead if you would like to know more. greybears.org/groceries/

The film “Documented” by author Jose Antonio Vargas will be available for library patrons to view online from June 18th to July 3rd. “Documented” tells Vargas’ powerful story of coming to the United States from the Philippines at age 12, fulfilling his academic dreams and finding his voice as a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist. Vargas shares his journey of finally going public with his status as an undocumented immigrant and founding the nonprofit Define American dedicated to humanizing conversations about immigrants. Registration is required below to receive the access link to the documentary. The virtual edition documentary will be available in English. Watsonville Public Library has a physical DVD version of this documentary available for check out that features English, Tagalog, and Spanish languages, and English captions. santacruzpl.libcal.com/event/7763316?hs=a

Friday 2
CASFS Farmstand Cowell Ranch Historic Hay Barn 12pm – 6pm Organic vegetables, fruit, herbs and flowers are sold weekly at the CASFS Farmstand, starting June 15 and continuing through November 23, 2021. Proceeds support experiential education programs at the UC Santa Cruz Center for Agroecology & Sustainable Food Systems.

New Brighton Little Rangers Fridays and Saturdays Any and all 3 to 6 year old are invited to play games, listen to stories and songs, and learn about nature! Smiles, laughter, and good times abound at this program, and it’s a fantastic way to begin your morning in the park. Meet at the campground Ramada. For more information, call (831) 685-6444. Spaces are limited and early pre-registration is recommended. Attendees are required to self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms when pre-registering. Masks and social distancing are also required at all programs. To register, visit: santacruzstateparks.as.me/schedule.php

The film “Documented” by author Jose Antonio Vargas will be available for library patrons to view online from June 18th to July 3rd. See July1.

Saturday 3
New Brighton Little Rangers Fridays and Saturdays Any and all 3 to 6 year old are invited to play games, listen to stories and songs, and learn about nature! Smiles, laughter, and good times abound at this program, and it’s a fantastic way to begin your morning in the park. Meet at the campground Ramada. For more information, call (831) 685-6444.

FREE Mobile Museum at Seabright Beach Every Saturday, 1-3 p.m. Explore marine specimens from the Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History’s collections, play ocean games, and hang out with Museum staff and volunteers at the entrance to Seabright Beach! Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History 831.420.6115 santacruzmuseum.org

International Plastic Bag Free Day

Sunday 4
Independence Day Celebrate the nation’s birthday and Independence Day. On this day, most Americans enjoy grills in their backyards, at beaches, or in parks. Some partake in parades or marches and enjoy the fireworks that are often launched at dusk. We kick off the festivities with details, trivia, and anything else you need to know about Independence Day. Happy Fourth!

Monday 5
Read Growing Up Santa Cruz Online Day GrowingUpSC.com

Tuesday 6
Free Tuesday at UCSC Arboretum Community Day at the UCSC Arboretum, free admission on the first Tuesday of every month 9 am-5 pm. Come explore the biodiversity of our gardens, great birdwatching or simply come relax on a bench in the shade.

Tumble on Tuesdays at JuneBug’s Gym 12-2:00pm To guarantee a spot, please call 831-464-2847. Come explore our fun-filled gym in a supervised setting. Zipline, rope swings, trampolines and more! For ages walking-8yr (gym closed 6/20-7/4)
Dungeons & Dragons Tuesdays Attention 12-16yr olds — Adventure awaits! A friendly introduction to Dungeons & Dragons for players of all experience levels, led by an experienced player. Held every Tuesday from 3:30-6:30pm. Our Campaign lasts from May 4th to August 31st. Form a party, hunt for ancient treasures, and use your wits, magic, or brute force to battle kobolds, dragons, and more. Dungeons & Dragons is a game of adventure, imagination and near-limitless possibilities. If you’ve been curious but unsure how to start, it’s time to roll the dice and join this campaign. An experienced D&Der will guide you, and all the necessary materials & manuals will be provided. santacruzpl.libcal.com/event/7565369
Virtual Zoom Toddler Time by Julie 10:30 – 11 am Tuesdays Toddler Time is a weekly early literacy program for families with children ages 0-3 years old. Music, movement, stories, fingerplays, rhymes, and songs are a fun way for your child to learn. Register here: santacruzpl.libcal.com/event/7590866. Let’s play and learn together!

Community Day at the UCSC Arboretum, free admission on the first Tuesday of every month 9 am-5 pm. Come explore the biodiversity of our gardens, great birdwatching or simply come relax on a bench in the shade. arboretum.ucsc.edu/eventscalendar/events/recurring-events/community-day.html

Wednesday 7
National Strawberry Sundae Day

Tell the Truth Day Like most of us, at some point, you probably told a lie but, hopefully, it was just a white lie with little consequence. Unfortunately, lying can lead to much more harmful outcomes when it becomes a personality trait. Truthfulness and honesty are the foundations of living with integrity. Here are some ideas on how to observe this very meaningful day.

World Chocolate Day The cacao bean, which is responsible for that unmistakably rich flavor we know and love so well, is native to Mexico as well as South- and Central America but has been transplanted into the U.S. and some European countries to match the high consumer demand for this delicacy. Whether it’s used to coat other candies and nuts, melted over fruit, or shaven over a gourmet dessert, chocolate always hits the spot.

Thursday 8
Grey Bears Brown Bag Line If you are able-bodied and love to work FAST, this is for you! Grey Bears could use more help with their brown bag production line on Thursday and Friday mornings. As a token of our thanks, we make you breakfast (be there at 7am!) and give you a bag of food if wanted. Be at the warehouse with mask and gloves at 7am, and we will put you to work until at least 9am! Fun group, we all love working here! Call ahead if you would like to know more. greybears.org/groceries/

National Video Game Day Primarily used for recreational purposes (although professional gaming leagues do, in fact, exist), video games have exploded in popularity over the last few decades. They’re exciting, invigorating, and most importantly — not just for kids. The very first video game ever invented involved simple table tennis. Today, there are over five million games in existence. From high-speed racing adventures to perilous virtual dueling matches, there’s a genre for everyone to enjoy.

Friday 9
CASFS Farmstand Cowell Ranch Historic Hay Barn 12pm – 6pm Organic vegetables, fruit, herbs and flowers are sold weekly at the CASFS Farmstand, starting June 15 and continuing through November 23, 2021. Proceeds support experiential education programs at the UC Santa Cruz Center for Agroecology & Sustainable Food Systems.

New Brighton Little Rangers Fridays and Saturdays Any and all 3 to 6 year old are invited to play games, listen to stories and songs, and learn about nature! Smiles, laughter, and good times abound at this program, and it’s a fantastic way to begin your morning in the park. See July 3.

Saturday 10
Boomeria Organ Extravaganza Boomeria 1pm – 5pm Boomeria is a beloved place in the Santa Cruz mountains that is a monument to creativity in art, music, and science. The brainchild of Preston Boomer ““ longtime San Lorenzo Valley High School physics and chemistry teacher, now retired ““ Boomeria’s grounds are known for a working Baroque-style tracker pipe-organ built by Boomer and his students incorporating recycled and European organ pipes and recent work by organ builder Bill Visscher and friends. The “˜Kingdom of Boomeria” also includes a castle built for climbing (most especially for those with short legs,) in a beautiful forest of redwood, bay-laurel, oak and madrone. (831) 475-9693

Join Parker Hammond Golf for a fun FREE introduction to the wonderful sport of golf at DeLaveaga Golf Course on Saturday July 10th and Saturday August.14th from 4:30 pm to 6 pm. For more information: Santa Cruz Junior Golf, [email protected], santacruzjuniorgolf.org. Ages 7 to 18 welcome
New Brighton Little Rangers Fridays and Saturdays Any and all 3 to 6 year old are invited to play games, listen to stories and songs, and learn about nature! See July 3.

FREE Mobile Museum at Seabright Beach Every Saturday, 1-3 p.m. See July3.

FREE Rockin’ Pop-Up with the Geology Gents 10-1 pm Grab your favorite rock and swing on by the Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History for a pop-up in the park with Gavin and Graham, the Geology Gents! We’ll have specimens out for explorations and can answer your geologic queries. Don’t forget to pop inside to explore our fossil Mastodon skull, Megalodon teeth, and dig for fossils yourself!
Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History 1305 East Cliff Drive, Santa Cruz 95062 831.420.6115 santacruzmuseum.org

Sunday 11
Cheer Up the Lonely Day Whether it’s a close friend, family member, old neighbor, new classmate, parent, child, or anybody else in your life, organize a get-together today to help get the word out and spread the spirit of friendliness!

Monday 12
National Different Colored Eyes Day all about heterochromia iridum. It’s okay, we didn’t know what it meant at first, either. Heterochromia iridum is a term for the variation in color that gives a single organism two different colored eyes. It has been known to occur in populations of many species since the dawn of recorded history and is an interesting and sought-after trait. Only the lucky 1% of the population enjoys this special pigmentation, though there are three distinct types of heterochromia. Today, many people prefer pets with this fun eye color difference, and colored contact lenses are used just to mimic the trait! All this to say, give your friends with heterochromia a little extra love today.

Tuesday 13
Free Tuesday at UCSC Arboretum Community Day at the UCSC Arboretum, free admission on the first Tuesday of every month 9 am-5 pm. See July 6

Tumble on Tuesdays at JuneBug’s Gym 12-2:00pm To guarantee a spot, please call 831-464-2847. See July 6

Dungeons & Dragons Tuesdays Attention 12-16yr olds — Adventure awaits! A friendly introduction to Dungeons & Dragons for players of all experience levels, led by an experienced player. See July 6

Virtual Zoom Toddler Time by Julie 10:30 – 11 am Tuesdays Toddler Time is a weekly early literacy program for families with children ages 0-3 years old. See July 6!

Stepping Stones Triple P Virtual Seminar: Positive Parenting for Children with a Disability 7:30 pm Stepping Stones Triple P offers parenting support for families with children with special needs, such as ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, Down syndrome and other developmental delays. Stepping Stones Triple P Seminars offer general parenting tips that can be used in a wide range of situations. This seminar is the first in a series of three. It’s FREE and open to all families in Santa Cruz County. Parents and caregivers can attend 1, 2, or all 3 of the seminars. Presented in English with Spanish interpretation on Zoom by: Gelacio González, Awindo Consulting, & Stella Lauerman Register to get the Zoom meeting link: bit.ly/SS-Seminar-Jul13
New Brighton Little Rangers Fridays and Saturdays Any and all 3 to 6 year old are invited to play games, listen to stories and songs, and learn about nature! Smiles, laughter, and good times abound at this program, and it’s a fantastic way to begin your morning in the park. See July 3.

Wednesday 14
National Mac and Cheese Day A recipe called “macaroni and cheese” appeared in the 1824 cookbook “The Virginia Housewife” written by Mary Randolph. It is believed that Randolph’s recipe may have been one of James Hemings creations. It had three ingredients: macaroni, cheese, and butter, layered together and baked in an oven.

Thursday 15
Grey Bears Brown Bag Line If you are able-bodied and love to work FAST, this is for you! Grey Bears could use more help with their brown bag production line on Thursday and Friday mornings. See July 1

Triple P Virtual Workshop: Strategies to help teens manage anxiety 6:00 – 7:30 pm Presented IN ENGLISH on Zoom by: Sandra Rodelo, Community Bridges – La Manzana Community Resources Register to get the link for this Zoom workshop: bit.ly/Teen-Anxiety-July15

Triple P Virtual Workshop: Teaching children to do chores 3:00 – 4:30 pm Presented in English on Zoom by: Liliana Zamora, Community Bridges – La Manzana Community Resources Register to get the Zoom meeting link: bit.ly/Chores-July15

Triple P Virtual Workshop: How to help your child deal with being bullied 6:00 – 7:00 pm Presented in English on Zoom by: Gladys Gómez, Community Bridges – La Manzana Community Resources Register to get the Zoom meeting link: bit.ly/Being-Bullied-July15

National Give Something Away Day Imagine a day when you could clean house and get rid of clutter, show someone that you care, gift small things to strangers, and generally making the world a better place.

Friday 16
Grey Bears Brown Bag Line If you are able-bodied and love to work FAST, this is for you! Grey Bears could use more help with their brown bag production line on Thursday and Friday mornings. See July

New Brighton Little Rangers Fridays and Saturdays. See July 3.

Saturday 17

New Brighton Little Rangers Fridays and Saturdays. See July 3.

FREE Mobile Museum at Seabright Beach Every Saturday, 1-3 p.m. See July3.

Virtual Meet the Doulas 4pm Presented by Birth Network of Santa Cruz County Learn about how doulas support families through the birth and postpartum experience during our current COVID19 situation. Preregister to join the FREE LIVE ZOOM EVENT: BirthNetSantaCruz.EventBrite.com

Sunday 18
Downtown Santa Cruz Makers Market 10am – 5pm Come on out and support local makers and artists at the Downtown Santa Cruz Makers Market every THIRD Sunday of the month on Pacific Ave at Lincoln St! 10am-5pm We are now on the 1100 block of Pacific Ave. between Cathcart and Lincoln Streets near New Leaf and alongside so many amazing downtown restaurants. Support local and shop small with over 30 Santa Cruz County artists and makers! AND don’t forget to stop in and visit the downtown merchants and grab a bite to eat from the downtown restaurants.

World Listening Day Shhh… do you hear that? It’s the sound of World Listening Day on July 18. Hosted every year by the World Listening Project, a nonprofit organization that is “devoted to understanding the world and its natural environment, societies, and cultures through the practice of listening and field recording.” They explore acoustic ecology, a discipline that studies the relationship between humans and the natural world as mediated through sound. So quiet down, open up your ears, and get ready to study soundscapes on World Listening Day.

Monday 19
Read Growing Up Santa Cruz Online Day GrowingUpSC.com

Tuesday 20
Free Tuesday at UCSC Arboretum Community Day at the UCSC Arboretum, free admission on the first Tuesday of every month 9 am-5 pm. See July 6

Tumble on Tuesdays at JuneBug’s Gym 12-2:00pm To guarantee a spot, please call 831-464-2847. See July 6

Dungeons & Dragons Tuesdays Attention 12-16yr olds — Adventure awaits! A friendly introduction to Dungeons & Dragons for players of all experience levels, led by an experienced player. See July 6

Virtual Zoom Toddler Time by Julie 10:30 – 11 am Tuesdays Toddler Time is a weekly early literacy program for families with children ages 0-3 years old. See July 6!

Campus Tour at Mount Madonna School. 10:00am. Come for an in-person tour, including a glimpse into our Mountain of Fun summer day camps! MMS is a preschool through high school focused on nurturing students’ love of learning and intellectual inquiry with a responsive learning environment that cultivates a sense of belonging. RSVP to Director of Admissions Benna Dimig at 408-846-4042 or [email protected]

Wednesday 21
Little People’s Repertory Theater presents Alice’s Avengers in Underland. This original rock musical by Janinne Chadwick opens July 21 at Park Hall in downtown Ben Lomond. LPRT is back with live theater, with over 65 local kids performing once again on stage, promising to entertain audiences of all ages. More information available about tickets and performance schedule at LPRT.ORGThursday 22

Grey Bears Brown Bag Line If you are able-bodied and love to work FAST, this is for you! Grey Bears could use more help with their brown bag production line on Thursday and Friday mornings. See July 1

Triple P Virtual Workshop: Helping teens cope with depression 6:00 – 7:30 pm Presented in English on Zoom by: Sandra Rodelo, Community Bridges – La Manzana Community Resources Register to get the Zoom meeting link: bit.ly/Teen-Depression-July22

Friday 23
Grey Bears Brown Bag Line If you are able-bodied and love to work FAST, this is for you! Grey Bears could use more help with their brown bag production line on Thursday and Friday mornings. See July

New Brighton Little Rangers Fridays and Saturdays. See July 3.

Saturday 24
New Brighton Little Rangers Fridays and Saturdays. See July 3.
FREE Mobile Museum at Seabright Beach Every Saturday, 1-3 p.m. See July3.

National Amelia Earhart Day Born on this day in 1897, Amelia Earhart is one of America’s most beloved pioneers in aviation and, today, on National Amelia Earhart Day, July 24, we celebrate her life and achievements. While many remember her for her mysterious disappearance in her internationally anticipated flight around the world, she had a life filled with achievements and trailblazing. Read on to learn about the many contributions she made to the world of aviation.

National Cousins Day

Sunday 25
Castro Adobe Tours Castro Adobe State Historic Park 11am – 3pm Adobe State Historic Park and learn about the history of the California Rancho Period. Explore the 170-year-old two-story adobe hacienda to see the restoration work that has been happening. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the June tour requires preregistration. Preregistration is also available for July and August but may be subject to change. To preregister for your tour, visit: cognitoforms.com/FSCSP1/CastroAdobeTours

Monday 26
National Aunt and Uncle Day . Our aunts and uncles are unique parts of our family; they can be like a second set of parents, or great friends you happen to be related to. Often, they’ve watched us grow up, and are full of stories about things we did in our youth we might not even remember. July is a great month for a cookout, or outdoor activities. Call up your aunts and uncles and ask them to come out and celebrate their special place in your life.

National Coffee Milkshake Day

Tuesday 27
Free Tuesday at UCSC Arboretum Community Day at the UCSC Arboretum, free admission on the first Tuesday of every month 9 am-5 pm. See July 6

Tumble on Tuesdays at JuneBug’s Gym 12-2:00pm To guarantee a spot, please call 831-464-2847. See July 6

Dungeons & Dragons Tuesdays Attention 12-16yr olds — Adventure awaits! A friendly introduction to Dungeons & Dragons for players of all experience levels, led by an experienced player. See July 6

Virtual Zoom Toddler Time by Julie 10:30 – 11 am Tuesdays Toddler Time is a weekly early literacy program for families with children ages 0-3 years old. See July 6!

Seminario Virtual Triple P: Cómo Criar Hijos Seguros y Capaces 4:00 – 5:30 pm Los Seminarios de Triple P ofrecen consejos para padres generales que se pueden utilizar en una amplia gama de situaciones. Este seminario es el tercero de una serie de tres. Puede asistir a uno, dos o los tres de los seminarios de la serie. Asista a Cómo criar hijos resistentes para obtener consejos para ayudar a sus hijos: Expresar sentimientos de manera adecuada; Desarrollar una perspectiva positiva; y Manejar situaciones estresantes de la vida. Inscríbase para conseguir el enlace de cada Seminario por Zoom: bit.ly/Padres-Positivos-Julio Presentado en español por: Liliana Zamora – Puentes de Comunidad, La Manzana Recursos Comunitarios ¿Tiene preguntas? Comuníquese con Liliana Zamora al (831) 724-2997 x212 o [email protected]

Wednesday 28
Ask Me Anything: Conversations From The Front Line Of Homelessness Housing Matters 11am Join Housing Matters’ Programs Staff in their newest webinar: “Ask Me Anything: Conversations from the Front Line Of Homelessness”. This is your opportunity to hear what is going on every single day to solve homelessness and ask all the questions you have about working to solve homelessness in our community. eventbrite.com/e/ask-me-anything-conversations-from-the-front-line-of-homelessness-tickets-132833806491

Stepping Stones Virtual Seminar: Turning Challenging Behaviors into Positive Behaviors 6 – 7:30 pm Stepping Stones Triple P offers parenting support for families with children with special needs, such as ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, Down syndrome and other developmental delays. Stepping Stones Triple P Seminars offer general parenting tips that can be used in a wide range of situations. Attend this virtual seminar for families with children with special needs to: Learn 6 key steps to prevent and handle challenging behaviors; Learn positive parenting strategies to encourage cooperation; Develop a personalized parenting plan. This seminar is the third in a series of three. It’s FREE and open to all families in Santa Cruz County. Parents and caregivers can attend 1, 2, or all 3 of the seminars. Presented in English with Spanish interpretation on Zoom by: Gelacio González, Awindo Consulting, & Stella Lauerman Register to get the Zoom meeting link: bit.ly/SS-Seminar-Jul28 Got questions? Contact Stella Lauerman at (831) 594-8552 or [email protected]

Seminario Virtual de Paso a Paso Triple P: Ayudando a su niño a lograr su potencial 6 – 7:30 pm Paso a Paso Triple P ofrece apoyo a los padres para familias con niños con necesidades especiales, como TDAH, trastornos del espectro autista, síndrome de Down y otros retrasos en el desarrollo. Los seminarios Paso a Paso Triple P ofrecen consejos generales para padres que se pueden utilizar en una amplia gama de situaciones. Asista a este seminario virtual GRATIS de crianza para familias con niños con necesidades especiales para: Aprenda 6 pasos claves para prevenir y tratar con las conductas desafiantes; Aprenda estrategias de crianza positiva para animar la cooperación; Desarrolle un plan de crianza personalizado. Este seminario es el tercero de una serie de tres. Es GRATIS y está abierto a todas las familias del condado de Santa Cruz. Los padres y cuidadores pueden asistir a 1, 2 o los 3 seminarios. Presentado en inglés con interpretación simultánea en español por Zoom por: Gelacio González, Awindo Consulting, y Stella Lauerman. Inscríbase para conseguir el enlace de cada Seminario por Zoom: bit.ly/SS-Seminar-Jul13

Buffalo Soldiers Day The first peacetime all-Black army regiment, which we honor on Buffalo Soldiers Day, July 28th each year, was formed mainly to keep order in the Wild West after the Civil War. In such a rough-and-tumble place, where unknown natural dangers and thieves abounded, the buffalo soldiers had extremely low desertion rates. These brave men of the 9th and 10th Cavalry Regiments were inexplicably named the ‘buffalo soldiers’ not by their own leadership, but by the Native American tribes they came into contact with — and no one quite knows why! These troops helped catch cattle thieves, protect national parks, ensure the safe travel of settlers from the East, and much more. Today, we honor their service in helping our country stay safe, and being a groundbreaking step towards greater racial equality in the military.

Thursday 29
Grey Bears Brown Bag Line If you are able-bodied and love to work FAST, this is for you! Grey Bears could use more help with their brown bag production line on Thursday and Friday mornings. See July 1


Taller Virtual de Triple P: Como ayudar a su hijo a lidiar con la intimidación Jueves, el 29 de julio, 2021, 6:00 – 7:30 pm Los talleres de Triple P ofrecen consejos prácticos y estrategias para manejar las preguntas y desafíos de crianza específicas. Asista a este taller virtual de crianza para para familias con niños (0 – 12 años) para aprender: Cómo reconocer los diferentes tipos de intimidación; Las razones más comunes por qué los niños intimidan a otros; Qué puede hacer si su hijo está siendo acosado. Presentado en español por Zoom por Gladys Gómez, Puentes de la Comunidad – La Manzana Recursos Comunitarios Inscríbase para conseguir el enlace de la reunión por Zoom: bit.ly/Intimidacion-Ninos-29julio ¿Tiene preguntas? Comuníquese con Gladys Gómez (831) 724-2997 Ext. 220 o [email protected]
Wonderland Teacher Fun Days: Thursday 7/29/21 and Friday 7/30/21 10am-4pm both days Wonderland Toys & Classroom Resources 19B Rancho Del Mar, Aptos 95003 (831)316-726 Attention teachers… come do your back-to-school classroom shopping at your LOCAL classroom resource shop, Wonderland! We will have FREEBIES (including our popular desk calendars!), demos, raffles, treats and more!

Friday 30
Grey Bears Brown Bag Line If you are able-bodied and love to work FAST, this is for you! Grey Bears could use more help with their brown bag production line on Thursday and Friday mornings. See July

New Brighton Little Rangers Fridays and Saturdays. See July 3.

Wonderland Teacher Fun Days: 10am-4pm both days Wonderland Toys & Classroom Resources Attention teachers… come do your back-to-school classroom shopping at your LOCAL classroom resource shop, Wonderland! See July 29

Saturday 31
New Brighton Little Rangers Fridays and Saturdays Any and all 3 to 6 year old are invited to play games, listen to stories and songs, and learn about nature! Smiles, laughter, and good times abound at this program, and it’s a fantastic way to begin your morning in the park. See July 3.

FREE Mobile Museum at Seabright Beach Every Saturday, 1-3 p.m. See July3.

Harry Potter’s Birthday How do we celebrate the birthday of someone who is entirely fictional? Pack your wand, hop on your broomstick and join us on e. We are exploring the inspiration behind the magical world of Harry Potter, one of the world’s most beloved characters. Author J.K. Rowling, who set this whole universe in motion with the release of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” in 1997, also — if you can believe it — shares the same birthday as Harry himself. Coincidence?

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