Santa Cruz Small Business Development Center

The Santa Cruz Small Business Development Center is located on the campus of Cabrillo College. Nationwide, nearly every county in the United States has a Small Business Development Center, as they are a program of the Federal government’s Small Business Administration (SBA). Their goal is to provide high quality management and technical assistance for Santa […]

Cabrillo Engineering Students to Exhibit at the MOD

Sixteen students of the Cabrillo College Engineering Department have helped create nine new exhibits for the Santa Cruz Children’s Museum of Discovery. These new exhibits are to be unveiled this Friday, May 29th at 1:00 PM. The students are from Professor Jo-Ann Panzardi’s Engineering (ENGR) 35 Statics, a three-unit class. The students paired up this […]

Dinner with Jacob’s Farm and Alfaro Winery

The Pino Alto Restaurant, located in the historic Sesnon House at Cabrillo College, is having a special menu on Friday, November 7. The menu is billed as Dinner with Jacob’s Farm and Alfaro Winery, and features four courses paired with four wines. The evening starts at 6:00 with a reception and hors d’oeuvres before dinner […]

Aptos in October

The finest month of the year in Aptos is in October. The tourists are gone, and the fog is gone. It’s just glorious, warm sunny days and crisp evenings…getting crisper as we head towards the end of the month, of course. This year we had some very hot days at the beginning of the month, […]

Loma Prieta Earthquake Commemoration

Esteemed local historian Sandy Lydon and UCSC Professor Gary Griggs will be commemorating the 25th Anniversary of the Loma Prieta Earthquake this October with three events: Event #1: Friday, October 17 @ 10 AM: An Expedition Back to the Epicenter in Nisene Marks Park. Participants will be driven by van through Nisene Marks Park to […]

Cabrillo College Annual Plant Sale, May 9-11

Mother’s Day is right around the corner, and for the 38th year in a row, the Cabrillo College horticulture department is having it’s annual Mother’s Day Plant Sale. Each year, they sell a huge selection of plants, flowers, culinary and medicinal herbs, succulents, vines, vegetable starts – you name it, they got it! This year […]

Cabrillo Connector Trail Opens Today

There’s good news today for residents of Mar Vista, Vienna Woods, and Cabrillo College Students! The Cabrillo Connector trail opens today for public use and enjoyment. The creation of the trail has been in the works for 15 years, with Santa Cruz county approving $40,000 for the creation of the trail back in 2012. The […]

James Durbin Speaks in Aptos on March 29

The Monterey Herald is reporting that Santa Cruz native James Durbin will be speaking – and possibly performing a song or two – at the Cabrillo College Visual and Performing Arts Complex this coming Saturday, March 29th at 7:30 PM. James Durbin garnered wide acclaim when he appeared on the 10th season of American Idol, […]

Nobel Scientist to Talk at Cabrillo College

Nobel laureate Randy Schekman will give a presentation, Your Future in Science, at 7 p.m. Wednesday ´╗┐at the Cabrillo College Crocker Theater, 6500 Soquel Drive. His appearance is sponsored by Cabrillo, Santa Cruz County College Commitment, Rotary Club of Watsonville and Pajaro Valley Unified School District. Admission will be free, and seating is first come, […]

Cooking Channel features Cabrillo students

The Cooking Channel has a new reality TV show entitled The Freshman Class: Santa Cruz and it is featuring four students from the Cabrillo College Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management program. The series is to have an eight show run, starting on March 11 at 5 PM. You can find the broadcast on DirecTV channel […]