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Community News By Loretta McClellan, Santa Cruz Symphony Marketing & Communications Director

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phony,” on Saturday, June 4 at 8 p.m. at Music Education

guests are musical icon, Papa Doo Run Run and Chris Thompson producer and

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Program, including Classroom Visits, Youth Concerts, and Classical Music in the Classrooms, which serve

Papa Doo Run Run

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Shop and Rip Curl; and a combo pack—

the legendary shores have witnessed mavericks young and old as they catch the “perfect wave” since Hawaiian Royalty brought with them the tradition over 130 years ago. During the Summer of 1885, three young Hawaiian princes rode the waves at the mouth of the San

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ordered cut in the shape of olo surfboards by the local timber mill,” notes

Heart. Check out the surfboards being auctioned and meet local surfers. You can bring your picnic basket or purchase food and drinks at the party. Wear your best Aloha Wear or Surf Chic to be entered to

phony will perform hit songs of the Beach Boys. Live Auction e will have a live auction event during the concert to help raise funds for

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items include: the opportunity to conduct

shapers Michel Juno and Nick Palandrani; concert!

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mation, view the Santa

Concert Program and Grill with the Maestro; a youth wetsuit

Tickets tickets are $27 to $72 and are available at SantaCruzTickets.com or SantaCruzSymphony.org. Visit SantaCruzSymphony.org for more information.

baton of Maestro Daniel Stewart, will -

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an homage to Hawaiian origins and the

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Street Party oin in the pre-concert fun at our Street Party in front of the Civic starting at 6

surf-themed auction items including: two custom surfboards from local shapers, Michel Juno and Nick Palandrani; dinner for eight with Maestro Daniel Stewart at

“Highway 17” from page 6

Moldau. Two of the orchestral pieces will feature films accompanying the music of Visual History of Surfing in Santa

Plenty of Free Customer Parking

Wilder Associates Inc. exclusively for this event. Thompson is the producer and director of the surfing documentary, “Out of the Blue,” about the history of

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The AMP is a planning-level study to document unfunded needs only and

Dr. Judy Force, DVM

Kumon Math & Reading Center

are the dates and locations for the three workshops: Scotts Valley: Thursday, June 2, 6 – 8 p.m. Scotts Valley Senior Center, Main

developed to address the long-range safety, mobility and access needs for the corridor. Caltrans strongly encourages the public to attend these workshops and have their say about this important study.

Happy Valley: Thursday, June 9, 6 – 8 p.m. Happy Valley Conference Center 2159 Branciforte Drive Summit/Loma Prieta: Tuesday,

For more information on these workshops, you may contact Kelly McClendon, Caltrans 5 District Transportation Planner at: Kelly. mcclendon@dot.ca.gov.

Learning for the Long Run

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