Adventure Sports Unlimited (ASU) is an aquatics center that teaches people the fun to play in water. We bring people together, teach them to the best of their abilities, outfit them with gear to fit their potential, arrange adventures to use their new skills, and eat well. It seems only appropriate that when you have a bunch of adventure enthusiasts together at an exotic aquatic environment, after a day of SCUBA diving, that a bit of seafood foraging will result in a wonderful gourmet meal to toast the day.
https://www.asudoit.com/ 831.458.3648 303 Potrero St., Santa Cruz email@example.com
Be Natural Music is a music school offering private music lessons (guitar, piano, bass, drums, voice & sax), band classes for kids who know how to play their instrument, concert performances, professional song recording & mastering, and summer music camps where kids compose music in a group & and make a music video!
All of our private lessons & band classes are year-round. Please check out our website for a full explanation of our music school.
https://www.benaturalmusic.live/ - (831) 515-8369 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Be Natural Music is a Jazz and Rock music school program in Santa Cruz and Cupertino, California, established in 1998.
City of Watsonville's Parks and Community Services Department offers a wide range of health and wellness opportunities for the entire community. Get started on our website, where you can find information about:
- Seasonal Day Camps
- Police Activities League opportunities & Youth Center Access for a $15/yr. membership
- Sports Programs for All Ages
- Swim Lessons & Recreation Swim
- FREE Environmental Science Workshop Programs & Locations
- SPECIAL EVENTS
- Enrichment Classes
- Senior Center Offerings
- After School Programs
- Parks & Trails
- Facility Rentals
- Volunteer Opportunities
231 Union St., Watsonville, 768-3240, email@example.com
Community Music School hosts workshops, concerts, and summer camps for musicians ages seven and up; maintains a free database of local music teachers; places donated musical instruments with people or organizations who need them; and publishes a free monthly e-newsletter that lists upcoming concerts and music-related events.
Each summer, Community Music School hosts Celtic music camps for musicians of all ages. Our camps are staffed by teachers and teaching assistants (TAs) specializing in traditional folk music from the Celtic diaspora and beyond. Each camp ends with a concert open to family and friends.
Our Teen Camp is a week-long overnight camp that takes place every June at Monte Toyon in Aptos. This unique residential program places teenage musicians (ages 12-18) in a beautiful outdoor setting with great instructors. Teens learn to play Celtic folk music, but more importantly, they spend a week with other teen musicians in a supportive environment, and with a strong sense of community. Students practice and perform in instrument-specific groups, in small bands, and with the entire camp. Other activities include vocal training, Scottish dance, movie night, a barn dance, crafts, a talent show, and lots of jamming!
Our Kid Camp is a two-week day camp that starts in mid-July, and takes place at St. Philip’s Episcopal Church in Scotts Valley. Children learn to play Celtic folk music in a small and supportive environment. They also learn to make their own bamboo flute, and have plenty of play time! Students practice and perform in instrument-specific groups, and with the entire camp.
All of our camps are for players of fiddle, flute, penny whistle, recorder, clarinet, harp, autoharp, guitar, mandolin, dulcimer, accordion, keyboards, percussion, Irish tenor banjo, and cello. Campers should be proficient on one of these instruments, with a suggested minimum training time of two years.
A maker’s space and art supply retailer that hosts art and craft workshops, private and public art events.
Our mission: To provide an art space where everyone of all ages and abilities can create art; whether you want a step-by-step project, or you want to create from your imagination, we’ve got tools, knowledge, and enthusiasm!
Hours: Thursday-Saturday 12-5 and Sunday 12-4
https://crookedbeautyart.com/ ~ 6225 Highway 9, Felton, CA. 95018 (831) 704-7945 firstname.lastname@example.org
Motion Pacific is a 501(c)3 charitable arts organization dedicated to dance as art, cultivating imagination, community engagement and discipline through accessible dance education and presentation. Motion Pacific offers over 1500 dance classes each year for students aged 3 and up. Learn more > > >
Motion Pacific Summer Camps this year will include a wide range of styles including: jazz, ballet, hip hop, contemporary, choreography techniques, musical theater, and more! We can’t wait to dance with you.
The Santa Cruz Art League is a vibrant, multi-disciplinary art center located close to downtown Santa Cruz.
With over 30,000 visitors a year, we present 12-15 exhibitions annually in a variety of media and themes. We offer art classes for any skill level 7 days a week. In Art League’s lobby we have a gift shop that features the work of local artists. Visual and performing arts programs take place in our gallery and in the Broadway Play House, our 62-seat black box theater, which also features a thriving youth theatre school led by WEST Performing Arts.
https://scal.org, 831-426-5787, 526 Broadway, Santa Cruz
we are a 501c3 nonprofit supporting visual and performing artists in Santa Cruz County.
The SCCMOD team works to serve our community better each and every day.
The Santa Cruz Children’s Museum of Discovery is dedicated to providing an extraordinary, interactive learning environment where everyone explores the wonders of Santa Cruz County.
Exceptional Programming and Learning Opportunities:
Provide hands-on manipulative experiences geared to a variety of interest levels and learning styles
Showcase special exhibits on a rotating basis
Utilize state-of-the-art learning theories and research to provide high quality exhibits
Feature exhibits that incorporate tiered learning to engage and involve children and those who accompany them
Positive Physical Presence and a Community Resource:
Be a year-round bricks and mortar facility of permanent exhibits that is environmentally sustainable.
Be an aesthetically pleasing and engaging environment
Include a mobile museum unit that will take exhibits out into the community to schools, childcare centers and daycare facilities
Provide opportunities for school and daycare groups to visit the museum for special presentations
Include community event space as well as professional development and seminar space
Fully Utilize the Unique Contributions of the Santa Cruz Community:
Seek community input in order to define and meet the needs of the greater Santa Cruz County Community.
Seek exhibit underwriting from local businesses, community organizations and community members
Partner with local museums, fraternal organizations and other entities that share a similar mission
Work with volunteers from local high schools, Cabrillo College and UCSC and the community at large, with the goal of providing a high quality volunteer training program
Provide exhibit information in Spanish as well as English
Present exhibits that are culturally relevant
Provide museum event opportunities and create outreach to underserved populations in Santa Cruz County
Diverse and Sustainable Funding Stream:
Be funded through admissions, museum memberships, private donations, foundation grants and available public funds
Include a for-profit enterprise in the way of a gift shop
Summer 2022 Youth Art Classes
Summer is a special time of possibilities. And here at the Santa Cruz Mountains Art Center, we have a long tradition of offering creative opportunities to local youngsters. This year is no exception. Our Summer 2022 Youth Art Classes are super flexible, with a range of classes offered for different age groups. Here's a list of some of the fun we've planned. Be sure to book one or more for the young artists in your life because they're filling fast!
Hybrid Animal Drawing & Creature Design
June 20-24, Mon-Fri, 10am-12pm, for Ages 8-13
Comics and Character Design
July 5-8, Tue-Fri, 10am-12pm, for Ages 8-12
Native Animal Drawing
July 18-22, Mon-Fri, 10am-12pm, for Ages 7-12
Comics & Character Design
July 18-22, Mon-Fri, 12:30-2:30pm, for Ages 13-18
Hybrid Animal Drawing
July 25-28, Mon-Fri, 10am-12pm, for Ages 7-12
July 25-28, Mon-Fri, 12:30-2:30pm, for Ages 13-18
August 1-4, Mon-Thu, 9am-12pm, for Ages 7-12