Community Archive

The atmosphere on the court, in the bleachers, and overall with the Santa Cruz Warriors basketball team, is fun, upbeat, and positive.

Dozens of local food lovers, passionate about making and selling homemade edibles, attended a Cottage Food Celebration presented by Slow Food Santa Cruz.

Sticking to the tradition of Keeping Santa Cruz Weird, Cocoamotion delivered hot chocolate and marshmallows to parade participants and spectators.

It is not known which year the parade began, however it has been a community tradition for over 70 years.

Over 350 people marched in the annual Peace and Unity March on the unusually hot Sunday afternoon of September 30, 2012 in downtown Watsonville, CA.

The Santa Cruz Fruit Tree Project is run entirely by volunteers who help to scout and map trees, and organize harvests and workshops.

Hundreds of people, most of whom are experiencing homelessness, and therefore typically marginalized and criminalized in our community, were provided with a wide range of services and some goods.

Everyone who participates makes it happen.

This space has been occupied to meet urgent, concrete needs that can’t wait for election time to be met: food, shelter, bathrooms, safety from abuse, and many more.

Over a hundred activists in Santa Cruz demonstrated in front of a Chase bank, before marching to and occupying a vacant bank building at 75 River Street.