Gio Silva from Hollister wins Best Director.
Highlights include dancing, singing and acting. Scholarship opportunities available.
First local event treats kids to books and churros.
San Benito County fine art photographer helps introduce the homeless to the community by sharing their stories of instability and disruption.
Community members invited to first annual Dia de Los Niños (Day of the Child) celebration on April 30.
Contestants use storytelling to inspire residents to save water.
Future plans include audio tours.
Nonprofit dance group seeks high school volunteers and additional funding, including a camp t-shirt sponsor.
Projects are aimed at attracting residents to the grounds while deterring homeless sleepers and vandalism.
New e-book and audiobook service offers library cardholders free access to over 90,000 titles.
Still life drawings, watercolor paintings and more displayed.
Forty-eight artists to display works in Aromas, Hollister and San Juan Bautista.
Library cardholders now have free access to more than 30,000 classic, independent, foreign language and educational films.
Over $6,000 distributed to local artists and cultural organizations through mini-grant program.
Lifelong Hollister resident Michaela Graves talks art, inspiration and the courage to follow one’s passion.
Community invited to attend student art exhibit on March 19.
Two Rancho San Justo students selected to attend State Honor Band performance in Fresno.
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