Local Origin Story

In the Summer Of Love a couple hippies wandered deep into the Santa Cruz Mountains where they found paradise... It was 1967 and they never left.

 

Soon their family followed. They opened the Tourquois Nugget in downtown Boulder Creek and then Jack's Country Store. 

 

Then Village Wash Laundromat opened in 1974 and it remains today. 

I still remember my grandma teaching me how to count quarters at our laundromat in Boulder Creek. It's a place I'll always hold dear. 

Boulder Creek Laundromat has gone through a lot of remodels in the last 47 years... but none like this.  

 

My name's Brandon. My fiance, Erin, and I are re-building the laundromat to represent our epic Boulder Creek community. 

A laundromat is a window into the soul of a community.  Boulder Creek deserves a place that represents just how special you all are. 

My parents, Monty & Sherry Parker, were the hippies in this story. My grandparents, Harold & Pearl Sanborn, were the original owners of the laundromat. I'm here to continue the loving community that they started.

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