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Calendar May 2017

 

Monday, May 1

Wellness Group 10-11:30am. Ongoing Mondays. Supporting mothers’ emotional health in the postpartum period. All groups are held in the Sutter Room at Sutter Maternity and Surgery Center. Classes are drop-in (no pre-reg required) donations accepted (no required fee). Questions? Call Sutter Lactation Center 477-2229. Sutter Maternity and Surgery Center. 2900 Chanticleer Ave, Santa Cruz.

Wee Tumble Time 11am-Noon. Wee Tumble Time is a drop in program for new walkers through Kindergarten age boys and girls and their parents or guardians designed to explore our gym with our fabulous instructors! $10/child. Please call in advance to reserve a spot for you and your child or visit our website to register online and see what other exciting events are taking place in at our gym for the new year. Space is limited so sign up today! Santa Cruz Gymnastics Center, 2750-B Soquel Ave. 462-0655. www.scgym.com

Baby Happy Hour at JuneBug's Gym!! Every Monday & Wednesday from 12:15-1:15pm. AKA InchWorm Class is a class designed for the child that is crawling through early walkers. Come join the fun and let your young child crawl, creep and explore their motor skills in a fun and stimulating environment. Music, parachute and more!! Cost is $10/hr with open gym punchcard for $60 (with paid membership). Call 464-BUGS (2847) or drop by at 3910 Portola Drive. Ste. 2 & 3 Pleasure Point, Santa Cruz. www.junebugsgym.com

Tuesday, May 2

Exploring Big Basin 9am. Learn about redwoods, forest plants, fires, history and more on these fun, varied hikes with Docents Paul and Eva Fewel and Diane Shaw. Hikes are 5-8 miles and last up to 5 hours. We go rain or shine, but strong winds may cancel. Meet at Big Basin Park Headquarters, located 9 miles north of Boulder Creek on Highway 236. Event is free; vehicle day-use fee is $10.

New Parents with Babies 3 Weeks to 4 Months 10-11:30am. Ongoing Tuesdays. All groups are held in the Sutter Room at Sutter Maternity and Surgery Center. Classes are drop-in (no pre-reg required) donations accepted (no required fee). Questions? Call Sutter Lactation Center 477-2229. Sutter Maternity and Surgery Center. 2900 Chanticleer Ave, Santa Cruz.

Tumble-On-Tuesdays at JuneBug's Gym 12-3pm. Ongoing Open Gym on Tuesdays at JuneBug's Gym. Ages: walking to 7 years. Parents may leave children over 3 yrs. Need a break from the kids, go out to lunch...the solution is JuneBugs Gym. Cost is $10/hr with open gym punchcard for $60 (with paid membership). Call 464-BUGS (2847) to sign up or drop by at 3910 Portola Dr. Ste. 2 & 3 Pleasure Point-Santa Cruz. www.junebugsgym

Kids Community Ice Cream Social Every Tuesday this month is Community Day from 1-4 pm! All kids Ice Cream Scoops are just $1! Marini's Downtown, 1308 Pacific Ave, Santa Cruz. 423-3299. www.mariniscandies.com

Circus Arts Class with Rock Lerum at Orchard School Tuesdays 3:30-4:30pm. Includes juggling, unicycling, stilt walking, and more. Drop-in basis. Please contact the school at 688-1074, or www.orchardschoolaptos for more info. Orchard School K-6, 2288 Trout Gulch Road, Aptos. www.orchardschoolaptos.org. 688-1074

Youth Coalition Meeting 5-6:30pm. Free. Ongoing Tuesdays. Ages 13-21. Get involved, get educated & become a community youth leader. Youth-designed & led group. Call first. Resource Center for Non-Violence, 515 Broadway, SC. 427-5066

Awana Club! 6:30-8pm. Awana is a weekly international Bible club for boys and girls. Ages 3 - 6th grade are welcome every Tuesday night for a fun night of singing, Bible lessons, awards for Scripture memory and games. Felton Bible Church, 5999 Graham Hill Rd, Felton. Pre-register on line: feltonbiblechurch.org. For more information call 335-3418.

Birth Center Tour 6:30pm. Free. Ongoing Tuesdays. Call to register. Dominican Hospital, 1555 Soquel Dr, SC. 462-7709

Divorced Fathers Network 7:30-8:30pm. Ongoing Tuesdays. DFN provides non-adversarial techniques to achieve healthy co-parenting through a support group network. Aptos La Selva Fire Dept, 6934 Soquel Dr. 234-5578

Wednesday, May 3

All Together Now! Offered now every Wednesday from 9-11am. In English. Inspiring playgroups for moms, dads, caregivers and children 0-5 years old. Join us to sing, play, and tend a garden along with our children. Sessions incorporate the principles of Positive Discipline. Share the joys and challenges of parenting as we grow and learn together. Drop-in. Classes facilitated by experienced and friendly teachers. Recommended fee of $3-$7 for those able to pay. Live Oak Family Resource Center, 1740 17th Ave, Santa Cruz. 476-7284

Bookshop Santa Cruz Story Time 10am. Bookshop invites any toddler or pre-school age children to listen to stories read by Mamoura Slike. Mamoura is a wonderful reader and she will be sharing fantastic books! 460-3251

New Moms Support Group 10:30am-12:30pm. Free. Ongoing Wednesdays. Babies 0-6 mos. Discuss common concerns with other new moms. Dominican Edu Center, Rm C, 1555 Soquel Dr, SC. 462-7709

SLV Together in the Park Playgroup 10:30am-12 noon. Parents, grandparents and caregivers and their infant-preschool children meet for play and group activities. Free. Snack, parenting resources, crafts, music, and stories provided. Call for meeting location. 335-6600 (English) or 246-2061 (Spanish).

Breastfeeding Support Group 10:30am-12:30pm. Free. Ongoing Wednesdays. Discuss joys & challenges of breastfeeding. Dominican Edu Center, Rm D, 1555 Soquel Dr, SC. 462-7709

El Patio de mi Casa 11am-1pm. Ongoing Wednesdays. Inspiring playgroups for moms, dads, caregivers and children 0-5 years old. Join us to sing, play, and tend a garden along with our children. Sessions incorporate the principles of Positive Discipline. Share the joys and challenges of parenting as we grow and learn together. Instructor: Yolanda Provoste-Fuentes. Recommended fee of $3-$7 for those able to pay. Drop-in. Classes facilitated in Spanish. Live Oak Family Resource Center, 1740 17th Ave, Santa Cruz. 476-7284

Baby Happy Hour at JuneBug's Gym!! 12:15-1:15pm. See May 1.

Color Your Stress Away: a unique program for adults Every Wednesday. 5:30-6:30pm. Take time from your busy schedule and spend a relaxing hour in the library coloring. Designs and pencils provided – or take the time to draw your own design! Branciforte Library, 230 Gault St. Santa Cruz.

Female Survivor Support Group Every Wednesday 6-7:30pm. Is your partner violent or controlling? Have you survived a sexual assault? Monarch Services~Servicios Monarca offers a safe, supportive space. Free. Childcare activities provided. 1685 Commercial Way, Santa Cruz. 425-4030. 24hr: 888 900-4232. wcs-ddm.org

Foster Parent Orientation Meeting 6-8pm. First Wednesday of each month. There is a need for loving, stable families to care for children of all age groups all over Santa Cruz County. Be an adoptive or foster parent to a child, adolescent or teen. Learn more at our monthly Orientation meeting. Live Oak Family Resource Center, 1740 17th Ave., Santa Cruz. For information or to sign up for an orientation, please go to www.fostercare4kids.com or call 345-2700.

Thursday, May 4

Food Addicts Anonymous Meeting 9am. Every Thursday. A 12-step group that helps people not eat addictively one day at a time. Many parents and teens (and of course others) struggle to lose weight. There are no dues or fees. A desire to stop eating addictively is all that is needed. Please go to foodaddicts.com for more information. Trinity Presbyterian Church on 420 Melrose. Entrance is through the yellow gate to the library.

Together in the Park / Juntos en el Parque 9:30am-12:30pm. Ongoing Thursdays at Marinovich Park, 120 Second St., Watsonville. The class is FREE. Bilingual. For more information, call Watsonville/Aptos Adult Education at 786-2160 Cada jueves en el parque Marinovich, 120 Second St., Watsonville. La clase es GRATIS. Bilingüe. Para más información, llame a Watsonville/Aptos Adult Education 786-2160.

New Parents with Babies 4 Months to 9 Months 10-11:30am. Ongoing Thursdays. All groups are held in the Sutter Room at Sutter Maternity and Surgery Center. Classes are drop-in (no pre-reg required) donations accepted (no required fee). Questions? Call Sutter Lactation Center 477-2229. Sutter Maternity and Surgery Center. 2900 Chanticleer Ave, Santa Cruz.

Taller de Triple P: Prevención y manejando de la desobediencia 5-6:30pm. Los talleres de Triple P ofrecen consejos prácticos y estrategias para manejar las preguntas y desafíos de crianza específicas. Los padres pueden asistir a tantos talleres sobre cualquier tema que se interese. Asista a este taller GRATIS de crianza para aprender: Por qué los niños podrían ser poco cooperativos o negarse a seguir instrucciones; Cómo dar instrucciones de manera que faciliten la cooperación de su hijo; Cómo responder con calma y consistentemente cuando su hijo se niega a seguir las instrucciones. Este taller es GRATIS y abierto al público. Inscríbase para reservar su lugar y obtener el cuidado de niños gratis. Se proporcionarán bocadillos para niños y adultos. Presentado en español por: Liliana Zamora – Puentes de Comunidad, La Manzana Recursos Comunitarios. Ubicación: La Manzana Recursos Comunitarios, 18 W. Lake Ave, Sala E, Watsonville. Para inscribirse: Comuníquese con Liliana Zamora al (831) 724-2997 x212

Color Your Stress Away: a unique program for adults Every Thursday. 5:30-6:30pm. Take time from your busy schedule and spend a relaxing hour in the library coloring. Designs and pencils provided – or take the time to draw your own design! Live Oak Library, 2380 Portola Dr, Santa Cruz.

Triple P Workshop: It’s Time for Potty Training 6:30-8pm. Triple P Workshops are brief classes that provide quick tips for handling everyday parenting issues. Attend this FREE parenting workshop at Babies “R” Us/Toys “R” Us to learn: How to decide when your child is ready for potty (toilet) training; How to prepare your child to use the toilet; Tips to make potty training a positive experience for you and your child. This Triple P Workshop is free and open to the public. Please note: child care is not available at this location. Presented in English by: Sandra Rodelo, Community Bridges – La Manzana Community Resources. Location: Babies “R” Us/Toys “R” Us, 1660 Commercial Way, Santa Cruz (in furniture section). To register: contact Rosemarie Sanchez, Baby Registry Supervisor at Babies “R” Us/Toys “R” Us 4794296 or register online at https://reserve.babiesrus.com/events.html

Friday, May 5

FREE First Friday 11am-4pm. Enjoy the Museum for FREE with your family on the first Friday of every month. Enjoy our intertidal touch pool, large-screen microscope, and geology exhibit and "dig pit". Santa Cruz Natural History Museum. 1305 East Cliff Dr, Santa Cruz. 420-6115

Fun n’ Tumble Open Gym 12-3pm. Ongoing Open Gym on Fridays at JuneBugs Gym. Ages: walking to 7 years. Parents may leave children over 3 yrs. Need a break from the kids, go out to lunch...the solution is JuneBugs Gym. Parents can drop off their children for 1, 2 or all 3 hour for tumbling fun! Cost is $10/hr with open gym punchcard for $60 (with paid membership). Call 464-BUGS (2847) to sign up or drop by at 3910 Portola Dr. Ste. 2 & 3 Pleasure Point-Santa Cruz. www.junebugsgym

Nar-Anon Family Groups Fridays, 6:30-7:45pm. A 12-step program/support group for friends and families who have been affected by the addiction or drug problem of another. Nar-Anon members share their experience, strength and hope at a weekly meeting. Scotts Valley - Meets in Bison Center, The Camp Recovery Center, 3192 Glen Canyon Road. (Park in lower lot, walk up driveway and turn right at sign.) Helpline: 888.688.7834. Find other meetings: www.nar-anon.org

Saturday, May 6

Open Gym at JuneBug’s Gym Saturdays, 9am-12 pm. Ages walking to 8 years old (or 80 lbs.). Parents may leave children over 3 years of age. If you need a break from the children, go out to lunch or go on a run, then the solution is JuneBug's Gym. Parents can drop off for 1, 2, or all 3 hours for tumbling fun! Cost is $10/hr with open gym punchcard for $60 (with paid membership). Call 464-BUGS (2847) to sign up or drop by at 3910 Portola Dr. Ste. 2 & 3, Pleasure Point-Santa Cruz. www.junebugsgym.com

SC Toddler Center 14th Annual Bagel Brunch and Silent Auction 10am-12:30pm. Come and bid on beautiful gift baskets and Silent Auction items from great local restaurants, businesses, and attractions. Enjoy African group drumming lead by Ibou N'gom, face painting, and a delicious brunch featuring a Bagelry bagel bar, an array of fresh organic fruit, sweet treats, Peet’s coffee, juice, and teas. Extremely toddler friendly event. Admission is $10 per adult, $6 for children 4-12 years, Children 3 and under are free! Rain cancels. At the Santa Cruz Toddler Care Center, 1738 16th Ave, Santa Cruz

Sack Puppet Saturday's 10-11:30am. Every Saturday. This class is an introduction to basic puppetry design and construction that kids of all ages will enjoy! FREE! The Puppetry Institute, 118 Cooper St @ The Octagon, Santa Cruz. 440-7319. www.thepuppetryinstitute.org 

A Walk in the Past 10am. No Safeway? No Home Depot? No Pharmacy? How did the Ohlone Indians survive? Take a walk with Docent Eva Fewel and learn about some of the plants the Ohlones used for food, tools and medicine. This is a 4-mile, 2.5-hour walk. Meet at Park Headquarters. Event is free; vehicle day-use fee is $10. Big Basin Redwoods State Park. Located 9 miles outside of Boulder Creek on Hwy 236 at 21600 Big Basin Way. 338-8883

Pine Needle Basket Making Workshop 10am-Noon. Join Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park Docent Cheryle VanDeVeer or a fun, free, family workshop learning how to make a basket from local pine needles. Meet at the Visitor Center in the day-use area, located off Highway 9 in Felton. No experience necessary. Event is free and all materials supplied; vehicle day-use fee is $10. Children should be accompanied by an adult. 335-7077

Orchard School May Faire and Open House Celebration 11am-4pm. Come tour our 14-acre campus, meet our extraordinary faculty, and celebrate spring with us at our annual May Faire celebration. Enjoy live music, a May Pole dance at 1:30, face painting, kids' crafts & activities, local artisans, a big water slide (bring swim clothes and a towel). Tickets for food, drinks and activities will be available for purchase or you may bring your own picnic. Tours from 11am-1pm on the 1/2 hour. Come for a tour and stay for the day! Orchard School K-6, 2288 Trout Gulch Road, Aptos. 688-1074. www.orchardschoolaptos.org

Guided Redwood Walks Saturdays at 11am & 1pm. Sundays at 1pm. How do redwoods grow to become the tallest organisms on earth? How important are banana slugs to the redwood ecosystems? Why are there so few old growth trees left? Answer these questions and more every Saturday on our Redwood Grove Walks. One of our knowledgeable docents will lead you through our magnificent old growth forest and answer any questions you may have. Meet at the Visitors Center in the Day Use area of Henry Cowell located off of Hwy 9 in Felton. Tour is free; vehicle day-use fee is $10. 335-7077

Wilder Ranch Living History Demonstrations and Ranch Tours 11am-3pm. Tour of the ranch houses at 1 pm. Visit an early day dairy ranch and step back in time to the late 1800’s at Wilder Ranch State Park. Join the 1-hour tour of the 1897 Victorian home, 1896 water-powered machine shop, and other historic buildings. You can also play Victorian games or bring a picnic to enjoy on the front lawn, visit the farm animals and see what activities are taking place on the ranch this weekend; You may learn about hand quilting, watch blacksmithing, or wood stove baking techniques. Wilder Ranch State Park, Located two miles north of Santa Cruz, on Highway 1. 426-0505

Redwood Grove Loop Walk Saturdays and Sundays at 11am and 2pm. Monday, May 29 (Memorial Day) at 11am and 2pm. How do these grand redwoods grow to be so old? So tall? How are they important to humans? Join us for this fun and informative guided half-mile stroll through a magnificent old-growth redwood forest. Meet the famous Mother Tree, the Father of the Forest and the incredible Chimney Tree on this 90-minute walk. Stroller and wheelchair accessible. Meet at Big Basin Park Headquarters. Event is free; vehicle day-use fee is $10. 338-8883

Wilder Ranch Coast Nature Walks 11am. Explore the plants, animals, and geology of the coastal bluffs on a 2-hour natural history tour. Meet at the Wilder Ranch Interpretive Center. Bring a snack, water, binoculars, and good walking shoes. Binoculars are available to borrow. Rain cancels. Event is free; vehicle day-use fee is $10. Wilder Ranch State Park. Located two miles north of Santa Cruz, on Highway 1 (831) 426-0505

Discover Big Basin Redwoods Hike! Noon. Explore the park’s less traveled backcountry with Docent Barry Grimm. This moderately paced hike will be individually tailored to your group. Based on group size, experience level and weather conditions, we will choose from the many trails that explore the park’s most scenic areas. Meet at Park Headquarters. Big Basin Redwoods State Park, Located 9 miles outside of Boulder Creek on Hwy 236 at 21600 Big Basin Way. 338-8883

Carnival at Messiah Lutheran Church and Preschool 12-3pm. Rain or shine. Join us for games, jump houses, circle bikes, cakewalks, duck races, face painting, carnival crafts, water balloon toss, dance performance by the Santa Cruz Dance Guild, live music, tumbling with Barry and a Silent Auction with items from over 30 local businesses. Food and Dippin’ Dots will be available for purchase. Facility #44002994 428-2441

Summer Camp Open House 12-4pm. Free Swim Lessons 1-2pm, and Free Tennis Lessons 2-3pm. 20% off Full Session Registration Fee if registered by May 6. Seascape Sports Club, 1505 Seascape Blvd, Aptos. 688-1993. www.seascapesportsclub.com/

Choose Your Own Adventure Tour 1pm. Join us on a guided scavenger hunt along our trails. The group chooses from a selection of pre-planned walks, and then together seeks out the wonders of the woods! With our ample selection of trails, abundance of wildlife, and constantly changing seasons, no two adventures will ever be the same! Meet at the Visitor Center, in the day-use area of the park located off Highway 9 in Felton. Tour is free; vehicle day-use fee is $10. Event made possible by Mountain Parks Foundation, California State Parks volunteers, and California State Parks. Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park. 335-7077

Building Methods 1pm. Come and see how the oldest building in town was made. We will look at the materials used by the Ohlone to build their homes and then at the materials used by the Spanish to build Mission Santa Cruz. You will have the chance to get your hands dirty and make your own mini abode brick. Event is free; rain cancels. The Santa Cruz Mission is located on School Street off of Mission and Emmet Street in Santa Cruz. 425-5849

Geology Walk 1pm. Spend Mother’s Day with Mother Nature! Join us on a 1-mile, 1-hour adventure to observe the great forces that have been manipulating Cove Beach long before humans were ever here. Uncover evidence of the hard-to-see forces that shape Año Nuevo’s beaches and cliffs and gain a perspective of California’s geological future while walking along active faults, ancient fossil beds, forgotten shorelines, and a mysterious river of sand. Suitable for all ages. Rain cancels. Event is free, day-use vehicle fee is $10. Located off Hwy1, halfway between Half Moon Bay and Santa Cruz. (650) 879-2025.

Tide Pool Tours 1pm. Discover our ocean-side critters on this one-hour docent-led tour. Meet at the Natural Bridges Visitor Center. Natural Bridges State Beach. Located at the end of West Cliff Drive in Santa Cruz. For more information, please call 423-4609.

Meet the Doulas 4-6pm. Pregnant? Considering a Doula on your birth team? Meet the Doulas is a great opportunity to learn about birth and postpartum doulas. Join us at this free event for an informative afternoon. This event is open to everyone- no matter where they plan to birth - home or hospital, in Santa Cruz, Watsonville, Monterey, or San Jose area. Schedule will include: Panel presentation about Birth Doulas and Postpartum Doulas. Time to interact with doulas and learn some "doula tricks of the trade." Register: www.eventbrite.com/e/meet-the-doulas-may-6-2017-tickets-30108400035. RSVP/registration requested, but not required. or Email: MTD@ birthnet.org (remove spaces)(Participating doulas must register at the same email.) Studies show having a Doula at your birth: results in a shorter, smoother labor creates a more positive birth experience reduces need for medical interventions such as pain medications and epidurals reduces requests for pain medications reduces postpartum depression results in greater success in breastfeeding. Location: Pacific Cultural Center - Gallery room, upstairs, 1307 Seabright Ave, Santa Cruz

Sunday, May 7

Overeaters Anonymous 9:05-10:15am. Every Sunday. Do you have a problem with food? Come join us for a friendly, FREE, 12-Step support group with the solution. Teens and adults welcome. Includes compulsive overeating, anorexia and bulimia. Sutter Maternity & Surgical Center, 2900 Chanticleer Ave, Santa Cruz. 429 7906 or santacruzoa.org

Wilder Ranch Living History Demonstrations and Ranch Tours 11am-3pm. See May 6.

Redwood Grove Loop Walk 11am & 2pm. See May 6.

Survivor—Big Basin Walk Noon. Imagine yourself way, way back in the time of the dinosaurs! It’s easy on this walk where we’ll see some of the very same types of plants that lived on earth during the time of the dinosaurs. This one-hour program is designed for school age kids and their adults, but anyone who can make the fairly flat one-mile walk is welcome! Docents Micki Downs and Maura McNamara will share child-friendly redwood information and activities along this beautiful trail. Then, some free play time in an awesome redwood fairy ring will give the adults a chance to explore deeper forest issues such as history, logging, climate change, redwoods and glaciers. We end the program with a short but fun tribute to the dinosaurs (who didn’t win in the survivor game). Meet at Big Basin Park Headquarters. Event is free; vehicle day-use fee is $10. 338-8883

Guided Redwood Walks See May 6.

Tide Pool Tours 2pm. See May 6.

Monday, May 8

Wellness Group 10-11:30am. See May 1.

Wee Tumble Time 11am-Noon. See May 1.

Baby Happy Hour at JuneBug's Gym!! 12:15-1:15pm. See May 1.

Invisible / Alienated Grandparent Support Group 2-4:30pm. Monthly 2nd Monday. Do you get to see your grandkids as often as you like? Are you estranged or alienated from an adult child? Want to release negative energy about family circumstances beyond your control? Do you “know in your bones” what ideas, memories and values you’d like to pass on? Led by Dr. Pat Hanson author of Invisible Grandparenting: Leave a Legacy of Love Whether You Can Be There or Not this will be a safe structured environment for sharing stories if you so choose, and learning healthy ways to deal with separation from anyone. Co-sponsored by Alienated Grandparents Anonymous http://www.aga-fl.org/ a national organization that provides information and support to grandparents who feel alienated or estranged from access to their grandchildren. Christ Lutheran Church, 10707 Soquel Drive, Aptos.

Tuesday, May 9

Exploring Big Basin 9am. See May 2.

New Parents with Babies 3 Weeks to 4 Months 10-11:30am. See May 2.

Tumble-On-Tuesdays at JuneBug's Gym 12-3pm. See May 2.

Kids Community Ice Cream Social 1pm. See May 2.

Circus Arts Class 3:30-4:30pm. See May 2.

Youth Coalition Meeting 5pm. See May 2.

Awana Club! 6:30-8pm. See May 2.

Birth Center Tour 6:30pm. See May 2.

Divorced Fathers Network 7:30-8:30pm. See May 2.

Wednesday, May 10

All Together Now! 9-11am. See May 3.

El Patio de mi Casa 11am-1pm. See May 3.

Bookshop Santa Cruz Story Time 10am. See May 3.

New Moms Support Group 10:30am. See May 3.

SLV Together in the Park Playgroup 10:30am. See May 3.

Breastfeeding Support Group 10:30am. See May 3.

Baby Happy Hour at JuneBug's Gym!! 12:15-1:15pm. See May 1.

Color Your Stress Away: a unique program for adults 5:30-6:30pm. See May 3.

Female Survivor Support Group 6-7:30pm. See May 3.

Thursday, May 11

Food Addicts Anonymous Meeting 9am. See May 4.

Together in the Park / Juntos en el Parque 9:30am-12:30pm. See May 4.

New Parents with Babies 4 Months to 9 Months 10-11:30am. See May 4.

Color Your Stress Away: a unique program for adults 5:30-6:30pm. See May 4.

Step Parents Support Group 6:30pm. Join us on the second Thursday of each month for a free, drop-in support group for anyone in the step-parenting role. We meet at Live Oak Family Resource Center. Contact mailto: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information

Friday, May 12

Values in World Thought 9am reception, 9:30am presentation. A presentation by Mount Madonna School’s 12th grade students about their recent experiences in India, interviewing social action leaders, visiting schools and service work experiences. Free, public invited. Mount Madonna School, 491 Summit Road, Mount Madonna. RSVP to 408-847-2717 or  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Wildflower and Nature Hike of Waddell Valley 10am. Join Docent Bryce Stauble and learn to identify many of the Waddell Valley’s plants within Rancho del Oso’s seven diverse habitats. This walk is a leisurely hike through Waddell Valley. This monthly hike is great for those interested in natural history and our local flora. Bring a snack, water and your curiosity! Meet at the Rancho del Oso Nature and History Center located 17 miles north of Santa Cruz, at 3600 Highway 1 in Davenport. 427-2288

Fun n’ Tumble Open Gym 12-3pm. See May 5.

Delaveaga Elementary School 24th Annual Spring Carnival 4-8pm. The community is invited to an all-ages Spring Carnival featuring games for kids of all ages, karaoke, live performances, bounce house, Z-Balls, dunk tank, face painting and, new this year, a portable Planetarium. Food will include tacos, pupusas, BBQ, pizza, cotton candy, popcorn and more. Auction and raffle. Delaveaga Elementary School, 1145 Morrissey Blvd, Santa Cruz. 429-3807

Nar-Anon Family Groups 6:30-7:45pm. See May 5.

Saturday, May 13

Open Gym at JuneBug’s Gym 9am-12 pm. See May 6.

Wildflower Walk! 10am. There are many less-famous, yet still beautiful, plants in the redwood forest. Join Docents Kathy Willott and Glenn Joy on this four-mile, three-hour walk and meet some of the hidden gems of Big Basin! Bring water and lunch. Meet at Big Basin Park Headquarters, located 9 miles north of Boulder Creek on Highway 236. Event is free; vehicle day-use fee is $10 338-8883

Sack Puppet Saturday's 10-11:30am. See May 6.

The 2017 Aromas Country Garden Tour 10am-4pm. What could be more beautiful than ten lovely gardens nestled in the green hills of Aromas? This year seven private gardens will be open to the public and three commercial gardens will display their work and answer gardening questions. Pay for your map-booklet at the Aromas Grange, corner of Rose Ave. and Bardue Ave. The booklet previews each garden with words and a picture to help you decide where you want to go.

Open House at the Castro Adobe: Women of the Castro Adobe 11am-3pm. Without working women out in front and behind the scenes, our adobe would have fallen apart ages ago. From the first indigenous woman to light the fire in the cocina, to the architectural historian who began picking up the pieces of her home after the Loma Prieta earthquake, to the project manager of our current reconstruction efforts, we honor them all this weekend. Please join our celebration of the role of women in our state-park-to-be and enjoy food, flowers, and fun with the special women in your life. Free admission (donations gratefully accepted). Limited parking (carpooling encouraged). Active construction site, open only during scheduled events like this. Castro Adobe State Historic Park, 184 Old Adobe Road off Larkin Valley Road in Watsonville. 226-9669

Wilder Ranch Coast Nature Walks 11am. See May 6.

Wilder Ranch Living History Demonstrations and Ranch Tours 11am-3pm. See May 6.

Guided Redwood Walks See May 6.

Redwood Grove Loop Walk 11am & 2pm. See May 6.

Discover Big Basin Redwoods Hike! Noon. See May 6.

Choose Your Own Adventure Tour 1pm. See May 6.

Hymns & Chants 1pm. From dawn until dusk music could be heard at the missions. Bells indicated daily events, congregations sang masses, and indigenous rhythms were heard. Then, as now, music expressed beliefs, culture, and identity. We’ll share these stories and songs as we explore a day of music at the mission. Event is free; rain or shine. The Santa Cruz Mission is located on School Street off of Mission and Emmet Street in Santa Cruz. 425-5849

Snake Park Saturday 2pm. Why are snakes important to us? How do they see, smell, taste, hear? What and how do they eat? What does a snake feel like? Come to the Rancho del Oso Ranger Station to learn about the fascinating world of snakes. Several snakes will be on display and native reptile adaptations will be discussed in the beautiful backdrop of Waddell Valley! Ranger Station is located ¼ mile inland from the yellow gate across from Waddell State Beach parking lot. For more information, please call 427-2288.

Kids in Nature: The Art of Exploration 5:30-7:30pm. FREE Reception. Kids in Nature after school program presents as special exhibit: The Art of Exploration. In conjunction with the annual Art of Nature scientific illustration exhibit, this student-curated exhibit will include found treasures, useful plants, and reflections of connecting with nature as a child. Regular museum rates apply. Meet the student-artists during the free reception. Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History

Sunday, May 14

Overeaters Anonymous 9:05-10:15am. See May 7.

What's that Bird? 9:30am. This easy, one-mile stroll with Docent Karen DeMello will introduce you to the birds of the redwood forest. Beginner birders are welcomed! Bring binoculars if you have them–but they’re not required. Meet at Big Basin Park Headquarters. Event is free; vehicle day-use fee is $10. 338-8883 

Wilder Ranch Living History Demonstrations and Ranch Tours 11am-3pm. See May 6.

Redwood Grove Loop Walk 11am & 2pm. See May 6.

Meteor Trail Hike Noon. Join a docent on one of our most diverse hikes—by mountain streams, oak woodlands, chaparral and redwoods. You’ll discuss forests, flowers and fires on a six-mile, 3.5-hour hike. This somewhat strenuous ascent is rewarded with ocean views on a clear day. Bring water, lunch and good hiking shoes. Meet at Big Basin Park Headquarters. 338-8883

Guided Redwood Walks See May 6.

Nature Wander 1pm. Find out what’s growing and blooming right now in the Waddell Valley on this approximately 1 mile, 1.5 hour guided walk with docent naturalist Ann Garside. She will share information about the plants of Rancho del Oso as the group walks from coastal scrub through one of the last native stands of Monterey Pine left in the world. Meet at the Rancho del Oso Nature and History Center located 17 miles north of Santa Cruz, at 3600 Highway 1 in Davenport. 427-2288

Geology Walk 1pm. See May 6.

The Women of Big Basin – A Mother’s Day Walk 1pm. Celebrate Mother’s Day by honoring some of the incredible women who have lived in, worked in and fought for the Big Basin. Meet pioneer homemaker Alice Maddock; Josephine McCrackin (the “Savior of the Redwoods”) and Harriet “Petey” Weaver, the first female Ranger. Interpreter Susan Blake portrays these inspiring women on this half-mile, two-hour living history walking show. Wheelchair and stroller accessible. Meet at Big Basin Park Headquarters. Event is free; vehicle day-use fee is $10. 338-8883

Monday, May 15

Wellness Group 10-11:30am. See May 1.

Wee Tumble Time 11am-Noon. See May 1.

Baby Happy Hour at JuneBug's Gym!! 12:15-1:15pm. See May 1.

Tuesday, May 16

Exploring Big Basin 9am. See May 2.

New Parents with Babies 3 Weeks to 4 Months 10-11:30am. See May 2.

Tumble-On-Tuesdays at JuneBug's Gym 12-3pm. See May 2.

Santa Cruz New Mommy Musical MeetUp 12-1:30pm. New Moms, join the FREE Santa Cruz New Mommy Musical MeetUp to mingle with other new mommies, share parenting tips and learn how to integrate music making in your baby’s life from a certified Music Together teacher. Plus drawings for prizes! Every 3rd Tuesday at Native Sons Hall, 239 High St, Santa Cruz. More info at 438-3514. www.musicalme.com/

Kids Community Ice Cream Social 1pm. See May 2.

Circus Arts Class 3:30-4:30pm. See May 2.

Youth Coalition Meeting 5pm. See May 2.

Awana Club! 6:30-8pm. See May 2.

Birth Center Tour 6:30pm. See May 2.

Divorced Fathers Network 7:30-8:30pm. See May 2.

Wednesday, May 17

All Together Now! 9-11am. See May 3.

Bookshop Santa Cruz Story Time 10am. See May 3.

New Moms Support Group 10:30am. See May 3.

SLV Together in the Park Playgroup 10:30am. See May 3.

Breastfeeding Support Group 10:30am. See May 3.

El Patio de mi Casa 11am-1pm. See May 3.

Baby Happy Hour at JuneBug's Gym!! 12:15-1:15pm. See May 1.

Color Your Stress Away: a unique program for adults 5:30-6:30pm. See May 3.

Female Survivor Support Group 6-7:30pm. See May 3.

Triple P Workshop: Preventing & Managing Tantrums 7-8:30pm. Triple P Workshops are brief classes that provide quick tips for handling everyday parenting issues. Attend this FREE parenting workshop at Babies “R” Us/Toys “R” Us to learn: How to prevent tantrums and encourage positive behavior; Learn how to help your child calm down quickly; Understand effective ways to manage tantrums. This Triple P Workshop is free and open to the public. Please note: child care is not available at this location. Presented in English at Babies “R” Us/Toys “R” Us, 1660 Commercial Way, Santa Cruz (in furniture section). To register: contact Rosemarie Sanchez, Baby Registry Supervisor at Babies “R” Us/Toys “R” Us 4794296 or register online at https://reserve.babiesrus.com/events.html

Thursday, May 18

Food Addicts Anonymous Meeting 9am. See May 4.

Together in the Park / Juntos en el Parque 9:30am-12:30pm. See May 4.

New Parents with Babies 4 Months to 9 Months 10-11:30am. See May 4.

Color Your Stress Away: a unique program for adults 5:30-6:30pm. See May 4.

Friday, May 19

Triple P Workshop: Preparing Your Child for a New Baby 10am-12pm. Getting ready to welcome a new baby into the family can be both exciting and stressful, especially if your other children aren’t eager to have a new sibling. Young children might be especially worried about what it will be like to have a new brother or sister, but they might show you with their behaviors instead of their words. Attend this Triple P – Positive Parenting Program workshop to get tips to help you understand your child’s feelings and prepare them for the arrival of the new baby. This Triple P Workshop is offered through the Dominican Hospital Personal Enrichment Program (PEP) and is open to the public. Cost is $30 per person. Please note: child care is not available at this location. Presented in English by: Dr. Lourdes Barraza, Psychological Assistant. Location: Dominican Rehab Solarium, 610 Frederick St, Santa Cruz. To register: Contact Dominican Hospital Personal Enrichment Program (PEP) office at (831) 457-7099 or register online at www.dignityhealth.org/dominican/pep

Fun n’ Tumble Open Gym 12-3pm. See May 5.

Nar-Anon Family Groups 6:30-7:45pm. See May 5.

Saturday, May 20

Santa Cruz Montessori Announces Annual Spring Yard Sale 8am-2pm. Savvy shoppers will be able to bag bargains at Santa Cruz Montessori’s Spring Yard. All proceeds from the sale will go to support the school’s financial aid program. In addition to high quality children’s clothes and toys, shoppers will find a wide selection of strollers, bicycles, kitchen appliances, electronics, books, sporting goods, tools, furniture, men’s and women’s clothing – and one of-a-kind items. Held at school’s main campus at 6230 Soquel Drive. For more information about the sale, or to donate items, call 476-1646

Open Gym at JuneBug’s Gym 9am-12 pm. See May 6.

Free Breastfeeding Class with Nursing Mothers Counsel 9am-12 pm. Classes are held the third Saturday of the month at the East Cliff Family Health Center, East Cliff Village Shopping Center, 21507 East Cliff Drive, in Santa Cruz (the Metro Bus 66 stops in front of the center). Please register at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 688-3954

The Road Less Traveled—A Dog-Friendly Walk 10am. On this dog-, stroller- and wheelchair-friendly walk, we travel North Escape Road, a paved road closed to traffic. We tour stunning old-growth redwood groves along beautiful Opal Creek. We'll discuss redwood ecology and park history while exploring the deep shade of the redwood forest. This is a fun, easy, 3-mile, 2-hour walk with Docent Laurie Bergren and her dog Musa. Dogs not required, but welcome! Bring water. Meet at Big Basin Park Headquarters, located 9 miles north of Boulder Creek on Highway 236. Event is free; vehicle day-use fee is $10. 338-8883

Sack Puppet Saturday's 10-11:30am. See May 6.

Pine Needle Basket Making Workshop 10am-Noon. See May 6.

Guided Redwood Walks See May 6.

Redwood Grove Loop Walk 11am & 2pm. See May 6.

Wilder Ranch Living History Demonstrations and Ranch Tours 11am-3pm. See May 6.

Tide Pool Tours 11:30am. See May 6.

Felton Library Festival12-4pm. Free. Music, refreshments, art installation and art activities. On land next to Felton P.O. More info: www.feltonlibraryfriends.org

Prenatal Breastfeeding 12-3pm. Nursing Mothers Counsel offers free prenatal breastfeeding classes on the 3rd Saturday of every month. Pacific Cultural Center, 1307 Seabright Ave, Santa Cruz. 334-7250

Choose Your Own Adventure Tour 1pm. See May 6.

Wool, Spinning, and Weaving at the Santa Cruz Mission 1pm. How did an isolated settlement clothe the hundreds of people who lived there? Take an in depth look at the cloth industry of Mission Santa Cruz. We will follow the path of wool from the sheep to the shirt. You will have the chance to try your hand at a drop spindle and spin your own wool. Event is free; rain or shine. The Santa Cruz Mission is located on School Street off of Mission and Emmet Street in Santa Cruz. 425-5849

Sunday, May 21

Overeaters Anonymous 9:05-10:15am. See May 7.

Cherryvale Art Farm Open House 11am-1pm. Come visit our inspirational environment, meet our sweet farm animals and pick up a paintbrush! Cherryvale Art Farm, 4900 Cherryvale Ave, Soquel. 462-2524. www.CherryvaleArtFarm.com. FB: Cherryvale Art Farm

Wilder Ranch Bike Tour 11am. Explore our coastline on this 1-hour, 3-mile bike tour to discover and discuss a wide range of topics from marine critters to how the temperate weather shapes the habitats we live in. This is a beginner’s ride and a helmet, bike, and basic riding skills are required to enjoy this all ages tour. Event is free; vehicle day-use fee is $10. Wilder Ranch State Park. Located two miles north of Santa Cruz, on Highway 1. (831) 426-0505

Wilder Ranch Living History Demonstrations and Ranch Tours 11am-3pm. See May 6.

Redwood Grove Loop Walk 11am & 2pm. See May 6.

Tide Pool Tours Noon. See May 6.

Guided Redwood Walks See May 6.

Monday, May 22

Wellness Group 10-11:30am. See May 1.

Wee Tumble Time 11am-Noon. See May 1.

Baby Happy Hour at JuneBug's Gym!! 12:15-1:15pm. See May 1.

Goal-Setting for Sanity: Easing the transition to adulthood 7pm. In this free parent workshop, writer and teacher Suki Wessling will lead parents through the preparatory steps of setting up a goal-setting system with their teens/pre-teens. Why goal-setting? We all know that raising teens can be stressful. Academically, emotionally, and socially they are in a time of huge transition and growth. Parent/teen interactions can become minefields where teens inevitably feel that they are misunderstood, and parents find themselves pushing buttons they didn’t know were there. Helping teens learn about goal-setting offers new vocabulary and strategies for avoiding or resolving these conflicts. In this workshop, we will identify problems in our households, talk about the basics of goal-setting, and explore how this approach can help improve parent/teen relationships during the time of transition. This workshop will be geared to both homeschooling and schooling families. Held at The Art Factory, 9099 Soquel Drive #15, Aptos. Registration: Please register for this free workshop by using this linkhttp://bit.ly/2p42SRB or email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  for more information.

Tuesday, May 23

Exploring Big Basin 9am. See May 2.

New Parents with Babies 3 Weeks to 4 Months 10-11:30am. See May 2.

Tumble-On-Tuesdays at JuneBug's Gym 12-3pm. See May 2.

Kids Community Ice Cream Social 1pm. See May 2.

Circus Arts Class 3:30-4:30pm. See May 2.

Youth Coalition Meeting 5pm. See May 2.

Awana Club! 6:30-8pm. See May 2.

Birth Center Tour 6:30pm. See May 2.

Divorced Fathers Network 7:30-8:30pm. See May 2.

Wednesday, May 24

All Together Now! 9-11am. See May 3.

Campus Tour at Mount Madonna School 9:30am. If you're looking for a school with small classes and learning that goes beyond the classroom walls, come find out more about our nurturing, Montessori-influenced Pre/K program, and college preparatory 1st–12th grade curriculum. MMS features a 355-acre campus, hands-on science labs, outdoor adventure, national and international travel, marine biology studies on Catalina Island, mixed-grade buddy program and visual and performing arts. Contact Benna at (408) 847-2717 or mail to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Bookshop Santa Cruz Story Time 10am. See May 3.

New Moms Support Group 10:30am. See May 3.

SLV Together in the Park Playgroup 10:30am. See May 3.

Breastfeeding Support Group 10:30am. See May 3.

El Patio de mi Casa 11am-1pm. See May 3.

Baby Happy Hour at JuneBug's Gym!! 12:15-1:15pm. See May 1.

Color Your Stress Away: a unique program for adults 5:30-6:30pm. See May 3.

Female Survivor Support Group 6-7:30pm. See May 3.

Adults with ADHD Meeting 6:30-8pm. Fourth Wednesday of the month. The Santa Cruz/Monterey Bay Branch of CHADD hosts monthly support group meetings. Held at the Aptos Fire Station, 6934 Soquel Drive, Aptos. For more information contact Judy Brenis at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or call 818-9619.

Thursday, May 25

Food Addicts Anonymous Meeting 9am. See May 4.

Together in the Park / Juntos en el Parque 9:30am-12:30pm. See May 4.

New Parents with Babies 4 Months to 9 Months 10-11:30am. See May 4.

Triple P Workshop: Preventing & Managing Disobedience 5-6:30pm. Triple P Workshops are brief classes that provide quick tips for handling everyday parenting issues. Attend this FREE parenting workshop to learn: Why children may be uncooperative or refuse to follow instructions; How to give instructions in a way that increases your child’s cooperation; How to respond calmly and consistently when your child refuses to follow directions. This Triple P Workshop is FREE and open to the public. Free child care is available with advance registration. Light snacks will be provided for adults and children. Presented in English by: Liliana Zamora – Community Bridges, La Manzana Community Resources. Location: Community Bridges, 236 Santa Cruz Ave, Aptos. To register: Contact Liliana Zamora at 724-2997 x212 or register online at www.first5scc.org/calendar/parent-trainings

Color Your Stress Away: a unique program for adults 5:30-6:30pm. See May 4.

Friday, May 26

Fun n’ Tumble Open Gym 12-3pm. See May 5.

Nar-Anon Family Groups 6:30-7:45pm. See May 5.

Saturday, May 27

Open Gym at JuneBug’s Gym 9am-12 pm. See May 6.

The Secrets of Castle Rock 9:30am. Castle Rock State Park is known for its expansive views, marvelous rock formations and great rock climbing opportunities, yet there are many more secrets to share with you! Meet at the kiosk at 9:30am to explore the many sides of Castle Rock. This 2.5-mile hike will last about two hours, so bring plenty of water and dress in layers. Contact 291-8273 for more information. Program is free, parking is $8. Rain cancels. Castle Rock State Park, Located at 15000 Skyline Blvd, Los Gatos.

Sack Puppet Saturday's 10-11:30am. See May 6.

Wilder Ranch Coast Nature Walks 11am. See May 6.

Guided Redwood Walks See May 6.

Wilder Ranch Living History Demonstrations and Ranch Tours 11am-3pm. See May 6.

Redwood Grove Loop Walk 11am & 2pm. See May 6.

Snakes Alive! Noon-3pm. Why are snakes important to us? How do they see, smell, taste, hear? What and how do they eat? What does a snake feel like? Come to the Sempervirens Room at Park Headquarters and learn about the fascinating world of snakes. Big Basin Park Headquarters is located 9 miles north of Boulder Creek on Highway 236. Stop by anytime to meet the snake and talk to Diane. Event is free; vehicle day-use fee is $10. 338-8883

Choose Your Own Adventure Tour 1pm. See May 6.

Family Discovery Walk 1pm. Enjoy a fun-filled family walk and investigate the mysteries and wonders of Big Basin’s redwood forest! We’ll discover what surprises the day offers on this easy, one-mile roundtrip walk that lasts about 1.5 hours. Bring water, a snack and an adventurous spirit! Rain cancels. Meet at Big Basin Park Headquarters, located 9 miles north of Boulder Creek on Highway 236. Event is free; vehicle day-use fee is $10.

What They Wore 1pm. Color, cloth, & cut – the clothing worn by people in the Mission wasn’t all about style – it was about identity, status, and different roles in the community. We’ll demonstrate the apparel you may have seen here in the early 19th century, and learn what the clothing meant to the people who wore it. Event is free; rain or shine. The Santa Cruz Mission is located on School Street off of Mission and Emmet Street in Santa Cruz. 425-5849

Junior Rangers 3pm. 5/28 @3pm. 5/29 @11am. Discover the fascinating secrets of the forest! Explore and play games as you learn about plants, animals and more. This one-hour program is for kids ages 7-12. Sorry parents, this program is for kids only! Please register your child at the Nature Lodge 15 minutes before the program begins. Please be sure your child is dressed for active play in the outdoors. Meet at Big Basin Park Headquarters. Event is free; vehicle day-use fee is $10. 338-8883

Big Basin Nature Club 4:30pm. This fun program is for children ages 3-6 and their whole families. Pretend, play, sing and explore! This half-hour program will introduce youngsters to the wonders of the redwood forest. Meet at the Big Basin Nature Lodge. Event is free; vehicle day-use fee is $10. 338-8883

Campfire Program 7pm. Join us in our historic campfire center for an evening of song and story. Serenade the glittering stars and learn about redwood ecology, creatures of the forest or stories of the park while relaxing in the shadows of the towering trees. Fire lighting and marshmallow roasting (we provide the marshmallows and sticks!) starts at 7pm and the program begins at 7:30 pm. Wheelchair and stroller accessible. Good dogs welcome! Meet at the Big Basin Campfire Center. Event is free; vehicle day-use fee is $10. 338-8883

Sunday, May 28

Overeaters Anonymous 9:05-10:15am. See May 7.

Wilder Ranch Living History Demonstrations and Ranch Tours 11am-3pm. See May 6.

Redwood Grove Loop Walk 11am & 2pm. See May 6.

Guided Redwood Walks See May 6.

Story Time Walk & Nature’s Reading Room 1pm-3pm. (Walk is at 1pm; Reading Room begins at 1:30pm). Bring the whole family and join us for a walking story time! Starting at Park Headquarters, we’ll walk through ancient redwoods while reading a story about an animal, forest, bird, insect–who knows? We’ll end up at the historic campfire circle and gather for Nature’s Reading Room, where you can choose from a wide variety of books about trees, animals, birds, bugs and more for the whole family to read together. Meet at Big Basin Park Headquarters. Event is free; vehicle day-use fee is $10. 338-8883 

Junior Rangers 3pm. See May 27.

Big Basin Nature Club 4:30pm. See May 27.

Campfire Program 7pm. See May 27.

Monday, May 29

Wellness Group 10-11:30am. See May 1.

Big Basin Nature Club 10am. See May 27.

Junior Rangers 11am. See May 27.

Discover Big Basin Redwoods Hike! Noon. See May 6.

Baby Happy Hour at JuneBug's Gym!! 12:15-1:15pm. See May 1.

Guided Adobe Tour 1pm. Join us at the Santa Cruz Mission State Historic Park for a guided tour of the oldest building in Santa Cruz. Come learn about the many families who have called this 180-year-old mission adobe their home. Event is free; rain or shine. The Santa Cruz Mission is located on School Street off of Mission and Emmet Street in Santa Cruz. 425-5849

Tuesday, May 30

Exploring Big Basin 9am. See May 2.

New Parents with Babies 3 Weeks to 4 Months 10-11:30am. See May 2.

Tumble-On-Tuesdays at JuneBug's Gym 12-3pm. See May 2.

Kids Community Ice Cream Social 1pm. See May 2.

Circus Arts Class 3:30-4:30pm. See May 2.

Youth Coalition Meeting 5pm. See May 2.

Awana Club! 6:30-8pm. See May 2.

Birth Center Tour 6:30pm. See May 2.

Divorced Fathers Network 7:30-8:30pm. See May 2.

Wednesday, May 31

All Together Now! 9-11am. See May 3.

Bookshop Santa Cruz Story Time 10am. See May 3.

New Moms Support Group 10:30am. See May 3.

SLV Together in the Park Playgroup 10:30am. See May 3.

Breastfeeding Support Group 10:30am. See May 3.

El Patio de mi Casa 11am-1pm. See May 3.

Baby Happy Hour at JuneBug's Gym!! 12:15-1:15pm. See May 1.

Color Your Stress Away: a unique program for adults 5:30-6:30pm. See May 3.

Female Survivor Support Group 6-7:30pm. See May 3.

 

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