October 16, 2019

New Exhibit Allows Visitors to Hear the “Sounds of the Sanctuary”

The Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Exploration Center – a free museum located in Santa Cruz’s beach area dedicated to the marine life which calls the sanctuary home – has a new permanent exhibit which employs the sense of sound to tell the story of this national treasure. The exhibit features deep sea recordings collected by scientists at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute.

October 16, 2019

Lester Estates Offers Safari Wine Tours through the Vineyards

A unique wine expedition can now be found in bucolic Pleasant Valley. Deer Creek Ranch and Lester Estates Wines are offering guests a safari-style tour of the 210 acre redwood surrounded property. The tour takes up to eight guests on a journey through Deer Park Ranch, ending with panoramic views of the Monterey Bay – all done in a restored 1981 Land Rover Defender.

October 16, 2019

Boulder Creek Golf Club Adds New Disc Golf Course to Its Landscape

A new disc golf course has made its way to Boulder Creek Golf and Country Club. Established in 1961, The Boulder Creek Country Club is located amongst the ancient California redwoods in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Named ‘The Redwood Run Disc Golf Course” this disc-golfer’s paradise welcomes guests to a 9-hole course equipped with a Par 5 Hole over 940 feet in distance.

October 16, 2019

Visit Santa Cruz County Unveils Heritage Tourism Initiative

Visit Santa Cruz County has launched an initiative aimed at attracting visitors interested in learning more about the culture and history of the area. Heritage Tourism in Santa Cruz County is defined as: Traveling to Santa Cruz County to experience natural and built environments, artifacts, and activities that authentically represent the diverse peoples, cultures, and stories of our local past and present.

October 16, 2019

Venus Spirits Opens New Restaurant and Distillery Expansion

Venus Spirits will open a new tasting room, distillery and restaurant; adding to the Westside landscape of Santa Cruz just adjacent from its old location in the spring of 2020. The new dining experience will feature seating for up to 100 and an 11,500 square foot distillery, all housed in an industrial section of town, reusing an expansive warehouse space utilizing natural light when possible.

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