If you're a resident of the Cuyama Valley, then you've come to the right place. We're partnering with other nonprofits and governmental organizations to advocate for services you may be interested in. See the links below to learn more about resources offered to our Cuyama Valley community.
Teens Love Cooking
Blue Sky Center, in partnership with the Cuyama Joint Unified School District, will pilot a free seven-week culinary after school program for secondary school students. The program will be facilitated by Blue Sky Center’s Food Action Coordinator, Chef Molly Quigley, and local volunteers. Teens Love Cooking hopes to equip students with foundational kitchen skills and cooking knowledge in order to help them make healthy food choices. The program will begin in mid-February at the Blue Sky Center, and will run through April with a culminating feast for family and friends to share the skills learned over the seven-week course.
If interested, please fill out a permission slip and return it to Blue Sky Center or at the school's main office. Forms can also be emailed to email@example.com.
Explore Ecology Art Camp
With support from the California Arts Council and in collaboration with Blue Sky Center, Explore Ecology will be hosting a free kids' art camp in New Cuyama during Spring Break this year! The camp will run Monday-Friday (April 2-6) for kids ages 5-12, at the Cuyama Valley Recreation District, with activities including printmaking, weaving, painting, collage, and more, utilizing reused and recycled materials from Art From Scrap (in Santa Barbara). There will also be free hands-on arts activities open to anyone in the afternoons, at the Blue Sky Center.
To enroll your child in the free day camp, please sign up ahead of time by filling out this registration form and returning it to the school or Recreation District in New Cuyama. Forms can also be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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1000 Perkins Road (airport)
New Cuyama, CA 93254