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As the producer of the Open Studios Art Tour, Arts Council Santa Cruz County is a passionate supporter of the arts. We promote, connect, and invest in the arts in order to stimulate creativity and vibrancy across Santa Cruz County. artscouncilsc.org


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Presentations 10:15 – 11:15 a.m. Wetlands Birding Basics

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Monterey Bay National Drive Electric Week at Capitola Mall

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the current status of fracking in California and in order to formulate future policy for well stimulation (fracking) in our state. This report also addresses the subjects of ground water and earthquakes. The Aptos Times has no position on the subject of fracking. Aptos Times / September 15th 2014 / 9


American Cancer Society Fashion Show Gala

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Seacliff Memorial Wall Update By Maggie Caldwell

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Aptos High School Scoreboard Football

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Coach Randy Blankenship

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Aptos High School Football facing off against Monte Vista Christian at the 2014 Jamboree.

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1 – 1:50 p.m. Xeriscape Gardening Mediterranean Mounds with a Native Touch

2 – 2:50 p.m. The Herbal Uses of Native Plants

Wetland Watch Restoration Specialist John Pritchard advising visitor about native plants.

3 – 3:50 p.m. Greywater Irrigation

All proceeds from the Pajaro Valley Native to support the Watsonville Wetlands Watch —

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Glimpse into the Work of a Hospice Volunteer

Peg Gallagher and Radha Mallery share their experiences of comforting those facing the end of life

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Help Kids Get Organized and Inspired

Organization, decorating tips that will make kids eager to go back to school

For more organization and decorating ideas for kids’ and dorm rooms, visit www. Brandpoint Media

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Art SupplieS, ink

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CAPE’s Story CAPE

Program

Billy the burro is one of several burros rescued from the Nevada wilderness.

Rootie, a rescued pig living at the Sanctuary in Grass Valley with Josh Novic, director JP Novic’s husband.

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“Peer Learning” page 31

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From The Owners of the Memorial Wall

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Movie Quotes

County Supervisor Zach Friend and State Parks Supervisor Kirk Lingenfelter contributed to this article.

ACROSS

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30. *”Elementary, my dear ______” 35. Ringo Starr’s instrument 37. ___ Verde National Park 39. “Dancing with the Stars” number 40. Supposed giant Himalayan 41. Subculture language 43. *”You sit on a throne of ____” 44. Peer-conscious group 46. Apartheid opponent Desmond ____ 47. Formerly 48. *”Yo, ______!” 50. To represent in drawing or painting 52. *”Are you the ___master? ...I am the gatekeeper” 53. “About ____ Night”

7. “___ the land of the free ...” 8. Remove pegs 9. Moonfish 10. First female Attorney General 11. Seed coat 12. Add booze 15. #15 Across, pl. 20. Flower holders 22. Swerve 24. Battery’s partner? 25. Temples’ innermost sanctuaries 26. *”_____, for lack of a better word, is good” DOWN 27. Kind of space 1. Any doctrine 29. Patty ____ 2. “____ till you drop” 31. Tall one is a lie 3. Hokkaido native 32. To be wiped off a 4. Gladiators’ battlefield face? 5. *”There’s no ______ 33. Corpulent in baseball” 34. Foul 6. Uh-huh 36. Small British car 55. *”Sheep be true! ___-ram-ewe!” 57. *”___ ____ handle the truth!” 61. Toy weapon 64. Unwelcome computer message 65. Reef dweller 67. Match play? 69. Spent 70. E in BCE 71. Plural of lepton 72. Cobbler’s concern 73. Wine quality 74. Piglike

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By Robert Francis

Birds of a feather read together ‌ Pardon Me!

Chickens Don’t Fly and other Fun Facts

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Mama Built a Little Nest


New Mobile App Could Save Lives By Zach Friend, County Supervisor 2nd District

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Aptos Chamber of Commerce

Drop in Grief Support Terrance, Aptos

First Congregational Church of Santa Cruz

Friday Oct. 24

Annual Dinner Awards and Auction

PFLAG (Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays)

Thursdays

Capitola-Aptos Rotary Club Meeting Fridays information.

Featured recipes are posted on the New Leaf Community blog at www.newleafcommunity.com.

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No registration required, please

Felton’s Farmer Market!

Wednesdays

Toastmasters: Speak for Success

Clutterers Anonymous sbcglobal.net Tickets will not be sold at the door.

Hoffman’s for Second Harvest

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Saturday Sept. 6 and Saturday Sept. 13 Talking Trash and Recycling!

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New Leaf Community Markets,

Thursday Nov. 13

Chamber Breakfast Meeting For more info, visit www.santacruzfarmersmarket.org or contact

Ct, Aptos

santacruzfarmersmarket.org or

TOPS (Take off pounds sensibly)

information go to www.hulastiki.com org

PROFILE of Santa Cruz Clares St. Capitola

Overeaters Anonymous

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Center Street, Santa Cruz

Veterans of Foreign Wars First Wednesday each month

Cruz

Saturday Sept. 20

‘She Can Do It’ Challenge

Saturdays

Adoption/Child Welfare Orientation

Announcements Nar-Anon

Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays

Co-dependents Anonymous

For more info. visit both oceangatezen.org and facebook.

First Tuesdays each month

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Cabrillo Host Lions Club

munity Center, Aptos Village

Tail Wagging World of Dog Ownership

Scotts Valley Farmer’s Market

Cruz (cross street is Soquel Ave.). To register to one of the meeting and for directions, please call

First Tuesdays and

For a schedule and more information, go to www.coda.org Third Wednesdays each month

Orientations to Become Advocates for Children

For a meeting near you call

Second and Fourth Mondays First and Third Wednesdays

http://nar-anon.org/Nar-Anon/ California.html for more info.

Alzheimers Support Groups

Ongoing Events

Tuesday of month (for location

www.santacruzfarmersmarket.org

Second and Fourth Wednesdays

Santa Cruz/ Monterey Bay Branch ADHD Support Group Meetings Third Thursday each month

Sundays

Church Bible Study/Worship Worship, First Baptist Church

Aptos

p.m., third Wednesday of the Freedom Blvd. Watsonville

information. Capitola Road, Santa Cruz.

Third Wednesdays

Overeaters Anonymous

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Monday September 1 Celebrate Labor Day

Resurrection Church’s Markey

Meetings daily. See our website for a current list of meeting times and Tuesdays locations: www.santacruzoa.org WomenCARE Support Group

Mondays

Dated Events

Stichers By the Sea

Meeting Schedule for the SCWD2 Task Force

Wednesdays Facilitated by Francie

Meal Solution Mondays

County

Second Thursdays each month For more information, please call

B, Santa Cruz (next to Family Cycling Center)

Please call for reservations,

Drop-in Grief Support

Church, Aptos

Big Book and OA Literature Study

Tuesdays, Thursdays thru Saturdays

Ocean Gate Zen Center Zazen Instructions

Son of God

For more information, contact

Fourth Thursdays each month

Second Tuesdays each month

Free Job Seek Workshop!

Scotts Valley. For more information, visit http://hirewire.org

Visit www.scwd2desal.org for more info.

Aptos Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10110

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Your September Horoscope Libra (Sep. 23-Oct. 23)

Announcements Volunteers Needed for the Monterey Symphony

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Scorpio (Oct. 24-Nov. 22)

www.cityofcapitola.org

Thursdays

Lucky Steppers Modern Square Dance Sagittarius (Nov. 23-Dec. 21)

Ongoing Events

First Fridays each month

First Friday Art Tour

Tuesdays

BINGO

For more information, contact

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Modern Square Dancing Class

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Downtown Santa Cruz Antique Fair

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 20)

Aquarius (Jan 21-Feb. 18) www.soquelsports.com

Wednesdays

Peninsula Banjo Band

Last Thursdays each month

Monthly Argentine Tango at Star Bene Italian/Argentine Restarante

To find out where to participate in a First Friday art tour, visit firstfridaysantacruz.com (Most galleries Friday viewings.)

Second Fridays each month

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Big Band Dance Capitola

for information about booking (donations are tax deductible). www.PeninsulaBanjoBand.org

Capitola Twilight Concerts

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For more info, please contact us

Pisces (Feb. 19-Mar. 20)

Facebook.

Dated Events

Aries (March 21-April 20)

Sunday Sept. 28 Music at Skypark

Skypark in Scotts Valley.

Taurus (April 21-May 21) Private instruction and classes person. Proceeds benefit by arrangement. For more MCSC. For more information,

More info: www.Kiwanisof thevaleys.org

Gemini (May 22-June 21)

Cancer (June 22-July 22)

Leo (July 23-Aug. 23)

Virgo (Aug. 24-Sep. 22)

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School’s Always In For Effective Leaders

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What naturally motivates them? (Hint: it’s not $$)

What you count on them for? (Hint: it’s not “work hard”)

What’s stressing them? (Hint: it matters)

What I need to do to better support them. (Hint: you may need to change first)

Person A

Camille Smith, Leadership Coach, Communication Specialist, Facilitator, Person B

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results: www.wipcoaching.com


Delicafé And The Santa Cruz County SPCA Team Up Adopt an Animal from the SPCA in September and

For more information and additional www.post-it.com/study.

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tions or comments.

SPCA is to ensure the best possible quality of life for animals and to promote respect and reverence for all. They strive to prevent cruelty to animals, to stop pet overpopulation, and to promote community responsibility and the humane care and treatment of all animals through adoption, education, information, and action.

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