Free Family Field Days at Pinto Lake County Park - Soccer, food, books & nature Mini Film Festivals at schools - Film themes include soccer & beach access Program led by Bailey Boyd-Pitts with Carlos Campos - Email Bailey for more info
Thanks to our partners: AmericaSCORES, Live Like Coco, Ecology Action, SC Museum of Natural History, County Parks and PVUSD Expanded Learning
Thanks to our guests: Filmmakers Alvaro Resendiz and Inspira Studios, professional soccer players Walmer Martinez, Adrian Rebollar and Julio Varela
Take Part in Public Art
Green Valley Multi-Use Pathway Artist: Bruce Harman
About the Artist Artist Bruce Harman is creating a public art project for the Green Valley Multi-Use Pathway. This art project is funded by the County of Santa Cruz through a program called “Percent for Art,” where 2% of construction costs go toward a public art project. Bruce’s project, called Playful Nature Monoliths, is a series of five hand-painted concrete sculptures that will be poured into a prepared mold at five locations along the pathway adjacent to the bus stops. The imagery will feature local agriculture and wildlife in combination with bold designs derived from ancient Mexican pottery and stamps. See photo for dimensions. Take a Part in Art Students who attend November 4th and Nov 18th Family Field Days, between 9-12, will get the opportunity to help Bruce Harman by drawing an image that represents the Pajaro Valley/Watsonville. It can be a drawing of an activity, of local wildlife or plants, agriculture, or something from your imagination. Bruce will select some of the drawings to be included in the project. If your drawing is selected, you will have the chance to paint it onto a tile, which will be fired in a kiln, and you’ll be a public artist, too! All the drawings will be featured on this project webpage so they can be seen by your friends and family as well as other visitors to the website.