Hope you can join in on the fun on Oct. 8th! A portion of proceeds from this event will go to Life Lab! ... See MoreSee Less
Hard Core Cider Tour - Santa Cruz
October 8, 2016, 1:00pm - October 8, 2016, 6:00pm
San Lorenzo Park in Santa Cruz
The Hard Core Cider Tour returns to Santa Cruz, CA for its 2nd year!
Imbibe UNLIMITED 2 oz. samples from some of the World's Top Craft Hard Cider Makers, savor mouth watering food from Local Food Trucks (food sold separately), groove to Live Music, and let your inner kid out with our Jumbo Lawn Games! This year, we are raising funds for Life Lab.
Our mission is to celebrate the revival of craft hard cider making. As one of America’s long lost alcoholic beverages, we strive to reintroduce the joy of imbibing hard cider to all!
CIDERS: 101 Cider House, Schilling Cider, Aspall, Santa Cruz Cider Company, Finnriver, The San Francisco Mead Company, South City Ciderworks, Surf City Cider, Rambling Route Cider, Tieton Cider Works, Two Rivers Cider Company, William's Orchards, Everett Family Farm, Ratel Cider, Humboldt Cider Company, WILDCIDE Hard Cider, Far West Cider Co, Red Branch Cider Company, E.Z. Orchards Farm Market, Indigeny Reserve
MUSIC LINEUP: Olde Blue
FOOD TRUCKS: The Choke Coach and Ate3one
SPONSORS: Good Times Santa Cruz, UpOut SF, Santa Cruz Waves
* General Admission:
~$40 Online / $50 At The Door
* General Admission - Group Rate (4+ Tickets):
~ $30 Online / $40 At The Door
* Designated Driver:
~ $10 (Available for purchase At The Door Only)
TICKET ADMISSION INCLUDES:
* UNLIMITED 2 oz. Tastings
* Signature Keepsake Mason Jar
* Unlimited Selfies & Goodtimes … #hardcorecidertour
This is strictly at 21 and Over event.
* * * * * Remember to Please Imbibe Responsibly * * * * *
Back from the #SchoolGarden and #FoodEducation Summit. Big thanks to Laura Plaut @ Common Threads Farm for organizing the first annual event and look forward to many more future gatherings, Life Lab Education Director Whitney Cohen for the wonderful presentation, and good discussions on Whatcom Farm-to-School and Washington State Department of Agriculture #FarmToSchool program. Many great ideas on #GardenEducation incorporating science, writing, even theater!
Good #FoodLiteracyMonth event this week in #WhatcomCounty: Common Threads Farm's #SchoolGarden and #FoodEducation Summit, Sept 6-7.
Presentations from Life Lab and tour of #Bellingham School Gardens. Look for Readers To Eaters on Day2.
#FoodLiteracy #OutdoorClassroom #GardenEducation #FarmToSchool Washington Ag in the Classroom
Whatcom Farm-to-School National Farm to School Network
Delicious! Taste testing at Common Threads Farm as part of a Growing Classroom Workshop in Bellingham, WA. Not many better places in the nation to be for apple tasting! Bringing (tasty) learning to life in the garden..... ... See MoreSee Less
Good #FoodLiteracyMonth event this week in #WhatcomCounty: Common Threads Farm's #SchoolGarden and #FoodEducation Summit, Sept 6-7. Presentations from Life Lab and tour of #Bellingham School Gardens. Look for Readers To Eaters on Day2.
We are thrilled to announce that Common Threads is hosting its first annual School Garden & Food Education Summit this Fall! The event is open to all parents, teachers, food & garden educators, and others interested in seed-to-table education with elementary and middle school kids. We are located at...
A portion of the ticket sales for this event benefit Life Lab! With 30 artisanal cider producers who will be pouring over 75 different types of craft ciders, there is sure to be something for every hardcore cider lover. See you in sunny, October! ... See MoreSee Less
The Hard Core Cider Tour returns to Santa Cruz, CA for its 2nd year! Imbibe UNLIMITED 2 oz. samples from some of the World’s Top Craft Hard Cider Makers, savor mouth watering food from Local Food Trucks (food sold separately), groove to Live Music, and let your inner kid out with our Jumbo Lawn Game...
This year's Slow Food Santa Cruz Edible Garden Tour highlights and benefits Watsonville School Gardens! 10 a.m on September 10th
The tour starts at H.A. Hyde Elementary the most impressive production school garden in the county!
Join the tour to explore programs that engage children and teachers in organic gardening, provide fresh nutritious snacks at recess, and share organic vegetable boxes with the families of participating students.
There will be an after-party and silent auction to raise funds for Slow Food Santa Cruz and the Watsonville school gardens starting at 2 p.m. at Elkhorn Slough Brewing! ... See MoreSee Less
Hey Garden Educator folks! We are hosting a FREE Growing Classroom garden based education training led by the amazing team at Life Lab on September 10th! There are still a few open spots, please spread the word to educators across the Bay who might be interested! Sign up is first come, first served. Hope you can make it! Contact email@example.com to sign up or for more information
Rachel PringleSenior Director of ProgramsEducation Outside
Life Lab has been the most innovative and relevant organization in this field. From providing the best curriculum to their cutting edge professional development, we have relied on Life Lab as our go to organization for support, ideas, and collaboration.
Erica CurryTraining and Professional Development ManagerFoodCorps
Life Lab provides truly inspiring training. Their breadth of experience, joy for teaching, and commitment to sharing knowledge highlight the best practices in food and garden education.
Sheila BrickenKindergarten TeacherSan Lorenzo Valley Elementary
Thank you for such a wonderful field trip experience! Your leaders did such a great job at keeping our kids engaged.
Tara NeierCamp ParentSummer camp mom
Terry had another awesome two weeks at Life Lab. I think he learns more there than in any other part of his year. School is great, but he’s passionate (and often dogmatic) about what he learns there.