San Juan Bautista
San Juan Bautista Pickleball Club held court grand opening with hopes to increase popularity for sport that's a mix tennis, table tennis and badminton.
Youth Alliance is hosting the annual Change Makers event on Saturday, September 22, 2018 at the Willey Cultural Center in downtown Gilroy beginning at 4:00pm. There will be entertainment, auctions, wine tastings, and a celebration of Change Makers.
Looking to get ahead of their peers, students attended the Bruce W. Woolpert Algebra Academy. The week-long program was led by regional university professors.
Locals and visitors enjoy friendly atmosphere of San Juan Bautista while browsing antique furniture, jewelry, and handmade arts and crafts.
Veteran educator ready to bring her expertise to governing board of her hometown's school district.
Rotary-hosted event includes refreshments and live music from Aromas and Hollister-based bands.
Community choice energy agency makes long-term wind energy investment.
Casey Norton Powers seeks to be first graduate of Anzar High School to win a seat on the district board of trustees.
San Juan Bautista merchants voiced support to have both events on the same date next year.
Roadwork is expected to be completed by Friday, Aug. 3 and is necessary for the safety of the traveling public.
His platform includes leading the young adult membership by embracing new opportunities to organize students throughout the country in efforts to increase civic engagement.
Event includes cook-off, chicken queen coronation, music, and live chicken displays.
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.
SJB approved final phases in development after hours of discussion on outstanding items. City manager is working with residents and developer to resolve issues of concern.
Participants at Vertigo Coffee Roasters monthly opening reception enjoyed art by Bryan E. West and music by Dave and the Kids.
San Juan Bautista event focused on Mutsun Ohlone culture, including food and storytelling.
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