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A hundred different beers from forty brewers, including six local breweries, will head the 3rd Annual Santa Cruz Hop N’ Barley Beer & BBQ Festival at Skypark, Scotts Valley on June 30th. Don’t be confused. This is the local beer festival that benefits the Community Housing Land Trust of Santa Cruz County, Inc., a local non-profit. Doors open at 12:00 Tasting will begin at 12:30 and flow till 4:30 with local music continuing till 5:00.

New this year is the Peoples Choice Awards for the favorite brewer of the festival. In addition, top BBQers will be competing for the best BBQ.

Enjoy the event with a donation of $30 in advance/$35 at the door for beer tasting (includes signature glass) and $8 for BBQ tasting. Tickets are available at www.hopnbarley.org

This sell-out event will feature 40 brewers and over 100 different beers, including six local brewers and some very special micro-brews. The six local brewers are: Boulder Creek Brewery, Santa Cruz Ale Works, Santa Cruz Mountain Brewing, Seabright Brewing, Uncommon Brewing and Corralitos Brewing. Enthusiastic home brewers will enjoy brewing demonstrations and supplies will be available.

Sky Park boasts a very large kids area, a skate park and is also dog friendly.
This event benefits the Community Housing Land Trust of Santa Cruz County, Inc.

The CHLTSCC has operated in Santa Cruz County since 1999 and used the Hop N’ Barley Beer & BBQ Festival for fundraising in 2010. Donations will be directed to creating a transitional housing/life skills center, On Higher Ground. The project is dedicated to providing safe, secure, family-style, structured lodging, life skills building, case management, counseling, training, job placement, referral and advocacy.

This event fosters and promotes community-wide interest and involvement in the expansion of ‘lesser capitalized entrepreneurs’ efforts to expand employment opportunities for residents of Santa Cruz County. The event benefits the CHLTSCC’s mission of providing housing solutions and low cost commercial space for very low, low and moderate income residence and lesser capitalized entrepreneurs of Santa Cruz County. The CHLTSCC encourages and assists efforts of very low, low and moderate-income residents of Santa Cruz County toward economic and social self-determination, improvements of living conditions, economic and employment opportunities. Vendor scholarships are available.

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Through your help we have been able to raise thousands of dollars for our projects.

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Looking forward to next years events and activities.

PJ Grube – Chair
Community Housing Land Trust of Santa Cruz County, Inc.
Info@SantaCruzHousingTrust.org
(831) 345-2303

 

Our Mission

…dedicated to providing a broad range of housing opportunities,
with emphasis on ownership, that will remain affordable in perpetuity
to very low, low and moderate-income residents of Santa Cruz County.
…encourage and assist…economic and social self-determination.
…expand and maintain housing and employment opportunities…
…promote neighborhood stability and improvements of living conditions…
…engage and encourage community-based development activities and projects…

What is the Land Trust?
The Land Trust acquires land; develops structures on that land; sells and/or rents those structures; but retains ownership of the land. Each unit pays a  small land lease fee as part of their ‘Owners Association Dues.’ Each owner and/or Tenant is a housing land trust member and is represented by a vote.
The sales, re-sales and rents always remain affordable. Re-sales and rents are governed by adjustable re-sale/rent formula. An owner or immediate family member is never forced to sell or move, however, any new or replacement occupant would need to meet the current income limitations. Owner’s interests can be bequeathed.
This entrance into residential ownership or low-cost downtown-commercial space, allows the individual to stabilize and improve their personal financial position and/or establish a business. As their business, family or personal finances grow, they may choose to move on to larger more appropriate quarters elsewhere.
Our projects include transitional housing and re-training programs for those re-entering the workforce who are actively recovering from substance abuse problems.
Reasonable housing opportunities enable people to work for the long-term good of their families, neighborhoods, communities and themselves. Sustainably affordable real estate gives people more control over their homes, businesses and livelihoods. It creates security and increases employment. Affordability allows citizens to invest in their communities rather than rent their communities.

We are an 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Corporation

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Copyright 2011 – Community Housing Land Trust of Santa Cruz County, Inc.
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Community Housing Land Trust of Santa Cruz County, Inc.
Presents
“Reggae in the Redwoods”

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Santa Cruz, California – Community Housing Land Trust of Santa Cruz County will present “Reggae in the Redwoods” taking place at Aptos Village Park on August 20, 2011 12pm-7pm, featuring Lymie Murray, Jah Mali, Jamelody, Khari Kill, Toussaint the Liberator, Dub FX and Ancestree.

Tickets available  online at www.ReggaeInTheRedwoods.org
Advance $25 – At the door $30.

Contact Information:
Community Housing Land Trust of Santa Cruz County, Inc.
PJ Grube Sr. (831) 345-2023 – Nonprofit Chairman
Patrick Grube Jr. (831) 713-9813 – Event Director
Brooklynn Grube (831) 535-8238 – Event Coordinator

 

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Copyright 2011 – Community Housing Land Trust of Santa Cruz County, Inc.
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Thirty brewers, including six local breweries, will tap the  second annual local ‘Santa Cruz Hop-N-Barley Beer Festival’ at Sky Park, Scotts Valley on July 2, 2011. Don’t be confused this is the Really-Local™ beer festival to benefit the Community Housing Land Trust of Santa Cruz County, Inc., a local non-profit. Doors open at 11:30 Tasting will begin at Noon and flow till 4:30  with local music. Enjoy the event with a donation of $25 in advance (includes signature glass, add $5 and get a T-Shirt) available at HopNBarley.org
The Santa Cruz area host’s six dedicated and successful local breweries and is home to many enthusiastic home brewers. The success of local brewing has mirrored the growth and focus on locally sustainable industries. The event director, Patrick Grube Jr., suggested, “Like good home cooking, these brews are more interesting and satisfying than the alternatives.”
The six local brewers are: Boulder Creek Brewery, Santa Cruz Ale Works, Santa Cruz Mountain Brewing, Seabright Brewing, Uncommon Brewing, Corralitos Brewing.
Sky Park boosts a very large kids area, a large skate park and also is very dog friendly.
The mission of the trust is to expand and maintain housing and employment opportunities in Santa Cruz County. Information can be found at SantaCruzHousingTrust.org
Where:    Sky Park, Scotts Valley CA
When:    July 2nd, 2011
Cost:    $25. In advance (includes signature glass) $30 at the door
Information:    HopNBarley.org
Contact:    Patrick Grube Jr.  – Event Director
pjgbirdman@yahoo.com
Ph: (831) 713-9813