Casino-style games, raffle, and silent auction set for annual fundraiser.
Rotary-hosted event includes refreshments and live music from Aromas and Hollister-based bands.
Hosted by the Northern California Bluegrass Society, the festival provides an authentic atmosphere for musicians and fans alike.
San Juan Bautista merchants voiced support to have both events on the same date next year.
This story is dedicated to the journey it takes San Benito Stage Company to put on a show for the community.
A record number of new and classic cars invaded downtown during the Street Festival Car Show. Music, dance, and food helped set the mood for all who attended.
Courses for the evening were prepared by Mike Fisher of Fisher's and Becky Herbert of Farmhouse Café, and featured wines from Aromas Cellars. All food served was prepared from locally sourced ingredients, including produce, chicken, and duck eggs.
Indigenous and nonindigenous people run from Mission San Juan Bautista to Indian Canyon. A fundraising storytelling event followed at Indian Canyon.
On Saturday, July 21, the self-published author and Watsonville resident will talk about his recent book, “El Otro Lado/The Other Side: An Immigrant Story," at the Carl M. Luck Memorial Library in San Juan Bautista.
Working specifically with young children, the organization emphasizes the importance of maintaining an appreciation and practice of cultural roots with new generations.
The Arts Council's second annual farm-to-table benefit will highlight food from local producers prepared by local chefs Mike Fisher and Becky Herbert.
Participants at Vertigo Coffee Roasters monthly opening reception enjoyed art by Bryan E. West and music by Dave and the Kids.
San Benito Stage Company begins a series of performances throughout the month at the Granada Theater in Hollister with "My Fair Lady"
Poet Rachelle Linda Escamilla has been invited by the Library of Congress Hispanic Division to record her work on July 12.
San Juan Bautista event focused on Mutsun Ohlone culture, including food and storytelling.
Local San Benito High School art teacher John Robrock receives Congressional recognition upon his retirement after four decades of teaching.
The photography exhibit runs through August 15 to bring the community together in honor of photographer Al Weber. The show is in the mission museum.
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