Students from throughout Soledad, Gonzales, Greenfield and King City arrived at the Soledad High School multipurpose room March 21 to showcase what they learned in science class and present their science projects during the Science Maker Faire.
Santa Lucia Elementary School students recently celebrated “Read Across America,” a weeklong celebration ending on the final day, March 2, by dressing as their favorite book character and culminating with a Battle of the Books competition.
More than 700 wines were featured in the 25th Annual Monterey International Wine Competition and judged by several tables of wine enthusiasts March 3 in the Orradre Building at the Salinas Valley Fairgrounds in King City.
Four King City students have been selected among thousands of dancers across the United States to train with the world-renowned American Ballet Theatre this summer.
South County YMCA launched its annual fundraising campaign Feb. 21 at the Windmill Restaurant in Soledad.
A new art exhibit decorates both inside and outside of Sol Treasures in King City, and artists recently gathered to talk about the inspiration behind their different pieces.
Greenfield Community Science Workshop has received a $100,000 grant from the David and Lucile Packard Foundation that will allow the city program to continue offering free hands-on science activities for local youth and families.
Donna Oliveira of King City was the raffle winner of more than $7,500 worth of wine for the Wall of Wine fundraiser, which supports the Campaign for the Preservation of Mission San Antonio de Padua.
South County Animal Rescue (SCAR) conducted back-to-back fundraisers Dec. 2 to conclude its 2017 fundraising efforts.
More than 1,200 people attended the 58th annual production of “The Nutcracker Ballet,” which was jointly produced by the Monterey County Dance Foundation and Monterey County Dance Theatre.