Events of 1982

Santa Cruz Events during the year of 1982
Month, Day Santa Cruz Wiki Entry and Description
Aikido of Santa Cruz changed their name to Northbay Aikido.
Arana Gulch Creek floods Soquel Avenue.
Architects Association of Santa Cruz County was founded.
Black China Bakery & Café opened.
Ben Lomond Quaker Center was founded.
Citicorp takes over the assets of Fidelity Federal Savings & Loan.
First Federal Savings branch acquired by San Francisco Federal Savings and Loan.
Great Western Savings bought Northern California Savings.
Coast Commercial Bank was founded.
Community Foundation of Santa Cruz County was founded.
Emily's Bakery opened.
Guitars Guitars closed.
Ghost Mountain Riders Motorcycle Club was founded.
Handyman Co-op opened.
Love Creek landslide killed several residents.
Mike Rotkin Ends his term as mayor of Santa Cruz.
Monterey Bay Recorder Society was founded.
Mountain Community Resources was founded.
Mountain Community Theater was founded.
Myth California Pageant started.
An effort to change the name of the Santa Cruz Wharf fails.
Soquel Creek floods the village of Soquel.
Steve's Union 76 opened.
The Beat opened and closed in the same year.
The Center For Taoist Thought And Fellowship opened.
The Hose Shop opened.
The Shadow Riders fllmed in Santa Cruz County.
Tom Scribner died.
Woodstove & Sun opened.
Victor Technology bought from Kidde by Sirius.
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