Things To Do In Live Oak


Four Weeks of Boot-Camp Classes for One or Two People at Synergy (Up to 73% Off)

Synergy

Aptos

ACE-certified sibling trainers host outdoor boot-camp classes that blend core strengthening, plyometric exercises, and light running

$149 $49

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One or Two-Hour Standup-Paddleboard Rental or Group Lesson for Two at Capitola Surf and Paddle (Up to 52% Off)

Capitola Surf and Paddle

Capitola Surf and Paddle

Group standup-paddleboard lessons focus on basic techniques in the calm waters along the coastline of Capitola Village

$40 $19

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Four Personal Training Sessions at Greg Gill Personal Training (65% Off)

Greg Gill Personal Training

Rio del Mar

From the merchant: One-hour personal training sessions by Greg Gill, certified personal trainer, ACSM at Seascape Park.

$198 $69

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Two Personal Training Sessions at Body Personal Training (65% Off)

Body Personal Training

Aptos

From the merchant: Trainer will help you realize your potential and achieve your fitness goals though amazing workouts and motivation.

$150 $53

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$17 for One Ballet Dance Class and a Ballet Dress at Agape Dance Academy ($50 Value)

Agape Dance Academy

Multiple Locations

Imagination and technique are at the center of these ballet classes for ages 3–7, which balance technique with the simple joys of dance

$50 $17

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Five Pilates Mat or Three Group Pilates Reformer Classes at Joy of Movement Pilates & Gyrotonic Studio (Up to 63% Off)

Joy of Movement Pilates & Gyrotonic

Joy of Movement Pilates & Gyrotonic

Certified instructors in eco-friendly studio help students hone mind-body health through Pilates mat and Reformer classes

$75 $29

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  • Bargetto Winery
    1933 was a banner year for Phillip and John Bargetto. Prohibition finally ended, and the brothers were able to reopen their winery in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Originally from Piedmont, Italy, Phillip and John embraced their passion for growing northern-Italian varietals, twining their hillsides with vines of dolcetto, nebbiolo, and refosco grapes. Now run by the Bargetto family's third generation, the winery continues to cultivate these same grapes as well as two of Santa Cruz's more well-known varietals, chardonnay and pinot noir. Its most heralded wines hail from the 40 acres of trellised vines at Regan Estate Vineyards, which produces balanced yet concentrated fruit thanks to its sunny hilltop location, loamy soil, and cool breezes from thousands of naturally occurring ceiling fans. Controlled aging in new-French- or American-oak barrels imbues some of the winery's reds with lingering finishes and toasty sweetness, and stainless-steel barrels ensure that the whites retain their vibrant acidity. Although most of the wines display a more approachable style, the La Vita line embraces the family's Old-World routes, featuring complexly tannic and age-worthy blends of Phillip and John's favored dolcetto, nebbiolo, and refosco grapes.
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    3535 N Main St.
    Soquel, CA US
  • Santa Cruz Mntns Wngrwrs Association
    At 2,600 feet up in the Santa Cruz Mountains, one might expect to find sprawling views of the ocean and surrounding forest and not flourishing vineyards. Yet there are more than 70 wineries dappling the hills at various altitudes, privy to the dewy, cooling breezes of the sea and the richness of the rocky soil. The San Francisco Chronicle speaks to their scattered presence, deeming them "less a cohesive wine region than a patchwork of vineyards." Still, this characteristic isolation has resulted in "a perfect laboratory for winemaking not held hostage to fashion"—no one style dominates in this rustic setting. Pinot noirs and chardonnays populate the western front, and the east yields cabernets, merlots, and zinfandels. The majority of the vineyards are small and family owned—a fact reflected in their meticulously bottled libations and the matching sweaters of their holiday photos—but though they exist in chosen hermitage, many of them welcome visitors to their scenic sites. They host weddings, festivals, and open events such as Pathway to Pinot Paradise, a self-guided tour of the pinot noir hotspots.
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    7605 Old Dominion Ct
    Aptos, CA US
  • California Classic Sail
    When Forest Roberts was 9 years old, he built a boat in his backyard with money saved from his paper route. Since 1989, Roberts has participated more officially in the maritime industry, working water-related jobs from commercial diving to boat building?and often living aboard boats?before opening his sailing-charter company in 2006. Today, California Classic Sail operates from Santa Cruz on the shores of Monterey Bay, earning praises from previous passengers and a Santa Cruz Sentinel feature story. Roberts?s background in the building industry helped him recognize the superb craftsmanship in his current yacht, Sarah. The builder, William Garvie?who named the vessel after his granddaughter?constructed the 52-foot-long boat based on a line drawing published in an early 20th-century yachting-magazine spread. Made of wood instead of the fiberglass many modern boats are made of, its vintage style and wood hull set it apart from other Santa Cruz charter vessels. Dubbed a ?Sharpie? for its long, narrow shape, rather than an ability to leave permanent wakes, the graceful yacht zips through the bay waters on chartered trips for groups of up to six. Passengers can relax onboard as Roberts steers, or choose to learn basic sailing maneuvers through hands-on instruction. Roberts can also tailor trips to special occasions such as engagements and birthdays, and can sail during many times of day, including more-scenic mornings and sunsets.
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    1400 Wharf Rd.
    Capitola, California US
  • Santa Cruz Baseball School
    Local coach Bob Kittle is both a fixture and good omen in Santa Cruz baseball. He nabbed the position of head coach at Cabrillo College after a 13-year stint at Santa Cruz High School, where he passed 47 players—12 of whom carried Division I scholarships—on to four-year schools. After seven Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League title wins and a community effort that saw Bill Dodge Field built, he now guides college players toward burgeoning baseball careers. He prefers to focus on the willpower behind the sport, telling the Santa Cruz Sentinel that "winning and success will take care of itself" when his students are devoted. Bob runs the Santa Cruz Baseball School as a year-round venue for players to hone their on-the-field skills. Through the nonprofit organization, he coaches kids with private lessons, high-school leagues, and recruiting tips to impress colleges, such as how to tell the difference between a diamond and a parallelogram. The school's summer camps engage 7- to 14-year-olds with game-play drills and speed-boosting techniques. Past instructors include Neil Walton of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays and Lauren Gagnier of the Detroit Tigers.
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    6500 Soquel Drive
    Aptos, CA US
  • Fog Bank
    Enjoy traditional American cuisine at Fog Bank, home of American comfort food. Fog Bank is a jackpot for those looking for low-fat and gluten-free meal options. The bar is stocked with TVs, so you can watch the next big game. The perfect place to take the kids, dining out at Fog Bank won't cost you a sitter. Take your meal to the next level on the patio at Fog Bank. Wifi access is totally free at Fog Bank, perfect for catching up on the news, hopping on social media, or even working. Whether you have a group of five or a group of 20, Fog Bank can seat both large and small groups. The live music and dance floor at Fog Bank are perfect for party goers ready to boogie the night away. The restaurant can fill to capacity on the weekends, so don't forget to call ahead to reserve your table. Dining out isn't your only option here — pickup is available, too. Whether you are looking for street or lot parking, Fog Bank is close to both. Travel by bike to Fog Bank and store your bike at a nearby rack. Come to Fog Bank for a satisfying meal that won't break the bank. You can stop by at practically any time, since Fog Bank serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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    211 Esplanade
    Capitola, CA US
  • Capitola Surf and Paddle
    Capitola Surf and Paddle sends adventurists of all ages out along the coast of Capitola Village, an intimate area known for its family-friendly beaches, shops, and restaurants. The business provides both private and group paddleboarding lessons, during which seasoned standup paddleboarders share the tricks of the trade while teaching fundamental techniques. Whether taking a lesson or cruising across the tides, visitors enjoy scenic marine views and waters that, barring a whale mosh pit, usually remain pleasantly calm.
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    318 Riverview Ave.
    Capitola, CA US

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