2020 Election Preparation, an Information Forum for Seniors

When:Saturday, January 25, from 2pm to 4pm

Where: Scotts Valley High School Student Union Building, 555 Glenwood Drive, Scotts Valley


• Gail Pellerin, Santa Cruz County Clerk/Registrar of Voters will present information on local ballot issues

• Examine the new electronic voting system that debuts at the upcoming election

• Scotts Valley City Manager, Tina Friend, will discuss Measure Z, the proposed sales tax increase.

• Meet the candidates for Santa Cruz County Judge: Annrae Angel, Jack Gordon, and Nancy de la Pena.

Presented by Scotts Valley Senior Life Association, a 501(c)3 nonprofit.

FREE and open to the public. Tax deductible donations are accepted.

Refreshments will be served.

John Leopold Constituent Meeeting

When: Wednesday, January 22 5:30-6:30pm

Where: Discover Hope Church, 4001 Granite Creek Road

Details:Leopold will speak briefly about Board of Supervisors and county topics before a question and answer session. All interested residents are invited.

Wireless Technology: Can It Harm You?

When: February 1, 1-3pm

Where: Scotts Valley Public Library

Details: Dr. Karl Maret, MD/Engineer, discusses health effects of wireless radiation from cell phones, towers, and antennas. Free of charge.

Contact: 5GAwareSV@gmail.com

Movies made in Felton Showing in Capitola Museum

When:On January 26, 2020 at 3pm

Where:Capitola Hisotrical Museum, 410 Capitola Ave

Contact: (831) 464-0322

Details:Silent film star William S. Hart made 4 movies on location in Felton and vicinity between 1915 and 1920. The Capitola Museum will be sponsoring a centennial showing of his last local production, “The Testing Block.” Recently restored by the Library of Congress, the vintage Western features scenes shot at today’s Henry Cowell Redwood Park and other nearby venues, including village sets at Poverty Flat near Boulder Creek and Capitola.

Cost: Admission is free, although donations will be welcomed.


When:Thursday January 23, 2020, 7.30am-10.30am

Where:Best Western Seacliff Inn, 7500 Old Dominion Court Aptos, CA 95003

Cost:$25 for member; $45 for non-member

Details: Presented by Hopkins & Carley’s Employment & Labor Law Practice. Sign up at https://www.ceac.org/events/santa-cruz-county-eac-employment-law-2020-update/. Sponsored by Santa Cruz County EAC (Employer Advisory Council). Non profit Tax ID: 77-0293828


When: Artwork accepted through Jan 20, 2020.

Where:Bring artwork to the Highlands Park Senior Center on Sunday, January 19th , from 2 to 6 pm or on Monday, January 20th, from 10-6.

Details: All ages are encouraged to enter a work of art of any style – wall hanging, table-top or floor piece. Awards will be presented at the grand Show and Reception on Saturday, January 25th. All artwork will be displayed then. The contest is the inspiration of the Senior Citizen’s Organization of the San Lorenzo Valley and supported by the Valley Women’s Club.

Info:For further details visit www.valleywomensclub.org or https://www.highlandsparkseniorcenter.org.

Cost:Applications and other forms may be filled out at the time of submission; there is a small fee of $5 for children

Pony Baseball Icebreaker Clinic January 26

When: Sunday, January 26- Previously listed as January 25th, the event has changed to the 26th.

Where: Harbor High School Baseball Field

Details:Santa Cruz Pony Baseball announces its January 26 Icebreaker Clinic for incoming players who would benefit from a warmup and overview of Pony Division skills. Attendees will also have an opportunity to register for the season and to meet league organizers and coaches. Santa Cruz Pony boundaries include Scotts Valley and the San Lorenzo Valley as well as all of Santa Cruz

Info: santacruzponybaseball.com, santacruzpony@gmail.com

Cost: FREE!

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