Posts Tagged ‘ Santa Cruz MAH ’

Not your average wine tasting…

January 28, 2014

This event sounds incredibly fun. The Santa Cruz Fruit Tree Project, which organizes gleaning and other events throughout the year, is hosting an event dedicated to homebrewing. It’s not just beer at this party, though. The press release promises all sorts of fermented and brewed beverages, from homemade fruit wines to ciders, meads (a type…

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Everybody’s working for the weekend: Events for Jan. 24-26, 2014

January 24, 2014

Happy Friday! Hopefully you haven’t caught this winter plague that seems to be going around and can get out and enjoy the weekend! There’s still time to see this year’s Oscar nominees in advance of the awards ceremony, but there’s also a number of fun-sounding local events going on to. Of course, the big news…

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Everybody’s working for the weekend: Events for Jan. 17-19, 2014

January 17, 2014

I’ve got Friday on my mind…. and fortunately, it’s here! Let’s take a look at what we’ve got going on this weekend. Cosmic Suckerpunch: I have never heard of this band, but their name alone has me intrigued. They’ll be at the Crepe Place tomorrow at 9 p.m. with the Hundred Days. Bare Outlines: Motion…

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Fun-a-Day launches for a 10th year

January 2, 2014

Fun-a-Day is here! The Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History has launched its annual Fun-a-Day project for a 10th year. Community members are invited to pick a project and do it every day in January. A group show of all works will be held the following month. The museum is playing host to a…

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Everybody’s working for the weekend: Events for Dec. 6-8, 2013

December 6, 2013

The weekend is upon us and this east coast girl is starting to get into the holiday spirit thanks to the low temperatures we’ve been having. This gives me an excuse to go searching for the perfect hot toddy recipe (anyone have any suggestions?) In the meantime, there are plenty of great-sounding things to do…

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The Borinas of Watsonville

December 5, 2013

Apparently it’s Book Day here on Santa Cruz News. Earlier we told you about a local author’s new science-fiction novel. Now for something completely different… The Museum of Art and History this week announced the publishing of a new book focused on one of Watsonville’s historic families, the Borinas. “The Borina Family of Watsonville” is…

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Scenes from Glow: A Festival of Fire

October 21, 2013
Scenes from Glow: A Festival of Fire

This past weekend, the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History hosted its second annual Glow Fest. Friday night’s festivities – the Festival of Fire – were a sight to behold. Cooper Street was closed off between Front Street and Pacific. A giant metal spaceship-type structure sat to one side, and a fire-breathing pipe organ…

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Everybody’s working for the weekend: Events for Oct. 18-20, 2013

October 18, 2013

Where did this week go? It’s Friday already! Got plans? Don’t worry – we’ve got you covered. GLOW: Glow, the Festival of Light, returns to the Museum of Art and History tonight and tomorrow with a full slate of fire dancing, fire spinning, aerial arts and more. Heritage Harvest Festival: Wilder Ranch State Park on…

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Everybody’s working for the weekend: events for Oct. 11-13, 2013

October 11, 2013

The weekend is nearly upon us! I don’t know about you, dear readers, but the past few days finally started to really feel like fall to me. I’m still not completely used to these Santa Cruz autumns — not as much leaf-changing as I’m accustomed too — but the slight chill in the air this…

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GLOW returns to the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History

October 9, 2013
GLOW returns to the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History

GLOW: A Festival of Fire and Light is returning to the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History this month for a third year, this time complete with a performance of aerial arts. The festival was first launched in 2011 and brought hundreds of people to the MAH and adjoining Abbott Square for two nights of…

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