Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Thurs - Sun (music & expression & dancing & exploration)



-Thursday, October 18th, 7:30pm:  Open Stage! SubRosa's take on Open Mic. 

SubRosa's take on Open Mic. Once a month. Every month.  Sign ups at 7:30pm. Show at 8! Each act will get 5-10 minutes depending on the evening.

This is a space for performance of all kinds. A space to be witnessed in your work. Performance art. Drag. Dance. Poetry. Music. Essays. Rants. Interactive games. Magic. This is an Open Stage.

With a critique of capitalism and acknowledgement of intersectional systems of oppression, we honor and wish to uplift less heard voices including those of queer, trans, femme, people of color and indigenous folks. We strive to create a brave space where we work with what and who is in the room.  We hope for this space to serve the radical performing artists in Santa Cruz and are open to collaboration!

Donations accepted and appreciated. https://www.facebook.com/events/1110226145808347/

-Friday, October 19th, 7pm:  Cactus Bloom Collective presents: All Locals Show!

Cactus Bloom Collective presents

*NO BOOT STRAPS local satire pop geared toward fellow cogs https://nobootstraps.bandcamp.com/releases 
**PRACTICING SINCERITY local emotional soft punx with some guitar solos https://practicingsincerity.bandcamp.com/ 
***BB SINCLAIR local gay dream pop https://soundcloud.com/bbsinclair 
****GRAD NITE local heartfelt pop-punk https://gradnite.bandcamp.com/releases 

7$ // All Ages // Safe(r) Space // No Alcohol No Drugs // https://www.facebook.com/events/235209967147649/

-Saturday, October 20th:  2 Wonderful Events!

        4pm - 6pm: Legacy of 68: George Katsiaficas and Anselm Jappe Talk

Please join an our guests George Katsiaficas and Donald Nicholson-Smith, both 60's participants, authors and activists as they discuss the messy, and largely neglected collision of culture and politics from "all power to the imagination" to levitating the Pentagon. The speakers will draw out the highs and lows, the triumphs and disasters of the 60s, and what that might actually mean for the 21st century. PM Press will be there with books and new releases.


        8pm - midnight!:  QTPOC Dance Party!

This Saturday, 8pm-midnight. QTPOC Dance Party! Tricks and Treats. A safer space for queer people of color. This is a free event, but donations are welcome // Dry space // 8pm - midnight // hosted in collaboration with the Diversity Center


-Sunday, October 21st, 7pm:  Cinder Well, Gabriel Saloman, and more!

*Cinder Well - on tour from Portland, OR - Haunting, original folk music from members of Gembrokers, Vradiazei, and Blackbird Raum. The Unconscious Echo was released in May. https://cinderwell.bandcamp.com
**Gabriel Saloman - SC https://gabrielsaloman.bandcamp.com
***Mustafa Walker - SC 
****The Scythe and Spade - SC

Show at 7pm! // $7 donation - notaflof! // SubRosa is a dry space, so don't bring your booze! But do bring your friends! // https://www.facebook.com/events/2267588953474308/ 



Friday, October 12, 2018

Fri: Double Feature Film // Sat: A Show // Mon: Another Show // & so Much More!!!

-Friday, Oct. 12th, 7:30: Double feature! Beetlejuice AND Little Shop of Horrors

       7:30- Beetlejuice


       9:15- Little Shop of Horrors 





-Saturday, Oct. 13th, 7pm: SCHC - Sanction // Crossfire// Field Of Flames// Neglected Truth

SCHC Presents



*Sanction (New York) https://sanction631.bandcamp.com 

**Crossfire (Arizona) https://crossfireaz.bandcamp.com 


7PM // $10 // RESPECT THE VENUE // NO DRINKING // https://www.facebook.com/events/871196389937203/

-Monday, Oct. 15, 7pm: SCHC - Cold Shoulder // Omen // Urban Dispute

SCHC Presents


7PM // $5 // Respect The Venue // https://www.facebook.com/events/2279882418902381/

-Tuesday, Oct. 16th, 5:30 - 7:30pm: Housing Justice meeting

We know housing justice is necessarily feminist and at the same time movements need to learn more from the learning of feminist struggles. How can we engage a broader public in Santa Cruz in these conversations? How can mobilize with these intersections, and others, in mind?
Feminist movements and theory encourage us to ask who benefits, who is at risk, and how does power operate in our homes, our work, our lives. We need feminist interventions to help us critique our internal movement tendencies and practices, including housing justice movements. Women and gender non-conforming people have been at the center of many of the housing struggles in the US and internationally.

-Thursday, Oct. 18th, 7:30pm: Open Stage! (SubRosa's take on Open Mic)

A magical place of expresseion and witness, for performance of all kinds by all kinds of people. An open stage for mini-performances of 5-10 minutes. A place for poetry, drag, music and performance art. For queer theory, comedy and personal stories.  Sign ups at 7:30. // Show at 8!

-Friday, Oct. 19th, 7pm:  Cactus Bloom Collective presents: All Locals Show at SubRosa!

Cactus Bloom Collective presents

*NO BOOT STRAPS local experimental noise rock https://nobootstraps.bandcamp.com/releases 
**PRACTICING SINCERITY local emotional soft punx with some guitar solos https://practicingsincerity.bandcamp.com/ 
***BB SINCLAIR local gay dream pop https://soundcloud.com/bbsinclair 
****GRAD NITE local heartfelt pop-punk https://gradnite.bandcamp.com/releases 

7$ // 7pm // All Ages // Safe(r) Space // No Alcohol No Drugs // https://www.facebook.com/events/235209967147649/

-Saturday, Oct. 20th: 2 happenings!

       4pm: Legacy of 68: George Katsiaficas and Anselm Jappe Talk   

       8pm: QTPOC Dance Party!

QTPOC Dance Party! Tricks and Treats. A safer space for queer people of color.

Free! // Dry space // 8pm - midnight // hosted in collaboration with the Diversity Center // https://www.facebook.com/events/2229658490598004/ 

And other happenings around town!

From the Santa Cruz Fruit Tree Project:  1. Apple Harvest and Cider Pressing October 21st // 2. Apples Available to Pick on Your Own // 3. Some Local Apple History (https://www.facebook.com/Santa-Cruz-Fruit-Tree-Project-164684610234517/)


1. Happy apple season. On Sunday, October 21st, we'll be picking apples from a few spots in Corralitos, after which people are invited to join Steve at his house to press cider with the famous pedal-powered apple crusher and cider press.  We'll be meeting up to pick in Corralitos at 9:30am, harvest should be done within a couple hours, and cider pressing could go late into the afternoon.  If interested, please RSVP to fruittreesc@gmail.com, or 435-6719.  If you have a truck or large vehicle and can give a ride to an event organizer and equipment from Santa Cruz, that would be great.



2. Some residents have contacted us with fruit we're unable to organize regular events for, but you are invited to contact them about harvesting on your own.  Steve in Scotts Valley has some green apples he says are best used for baking. 335-5855. Chris in Watsonville has a few golden delicious trees. You can contact her at 345-7412.  Amazingly, people have also started contacting us about persimmons, which usually aren't ready until November. We don't have confirmation to share specifics just yet, but stay tuned for details.

3. Did you know that apples were a major crop in Santa Cruz County in times past? Some of the places we pick are remnants of the old commercial orchards that later got divided into rural residential parcels.  It's striking to see trees sometimes that have not been tended much for decades, not irrigated, not sprayed, and yet they still put out fruit. It's quite a contrast from the strawberry fields which require substantial irrigation and often use pesticides dangerous to farm workers and nearby residents and school children.  Another interesting piece of Santa Cruz County apple history is that Martinelli's Cider started out selling hard cider. It was for hard cider that apples were spread originally in the US, and only during Prohibition, Martinelli's developed a sparkling apple juice as a way of staying in business.

AND REMINDER ABOUT REGULAR OPEN HOURS 
(Come on by and have some coffee, check-out a book or strike up a conversation)

Wednesdays, 10:30am - 2pm // Fridays, 9am - 12pm // 

& open for events & meetings
(and open on Thursdays in October)


And SubRosa is part of a larger community center called The Hub.  Check out the Hub's facebook page regarding other Hub projects!  https://www.facebook.com/santacruzhub/


Thursday, September 27, 2018

Fri: Cedar Dreamer + Show / Sat: Hedwig & Angry Inch film / Early Oct- Sat: Really Really Free Market & Mon: Mutual Aid Disaster Relief Workshop

-Friday, September 28th, 8pm:  Organelle + cedar dreamer + callow + melpomene

Join us Friday, for another beautiful night at SubRosa Community space. Cedar Dreamer and Organelle are on tour from Olympia, WA, bringing us their sweet dulcet tones and ambient reverberations. Bay Area dream doom duo Callow will support alongside Melpomene, the solo project of Shantel Amundson (Medicine Moon/Illudium).

*CEDAR DREAMER - ambient/drone/experimental https://cedardreamer.bandcamp.com 
**ORGANELLE - dark folk/drone https://organelle.bandcamp.com/release 
***CALLOW - dream doom https://callow.bandcamp.com 



$7 donation for the touring bands & Subrosa - No One Turned Away For Lack Of Funds!! // https://www.facebook.com/events/466386503834854/

-Saturday, September 29th, 7:45pm:  Hedwig and the Angry Inch- film screening

Hedwig and the Angry Inch // Music! Queer Drama! Thrills! Bring snacks, friends and cozy things! Free outdoor screening (donations welcome)!  https://www.facebook.com/events/164372154445743/

And a week later!

​-Saturday, October 6th, 12 - 3pm:  Really Really Free Market!

Really Really Free Market! No money. No trades. Everything is free. Capitalism NO!. But come to the really really free market to give away your old stuff and/or get new-to-you stuff. Don't be late and be sure to check in with the organizers when you get there.  https://www.facebook.com/events/1265941086881119/ (And later that evening a show with Moral Theory)

-Monday, October 8th, 10am - 4pm:  MUTUAL AID DISASTER RELIEF: "Giving Our Best, Ready For The Worst: Community Organizing as Disaster Preparedness"

"Giving Our Best, Ready For The Worst: Community Organizing as Disaster Preparedness" A Participatory Workshop about Solidarity, Building Grassroots Power, and Community Organizing as Disaster Preparedness

$10-40 Suggested Donation (No one turned away for lack of funds)

*If you need childcare to attend this event, please email Maya at amazonmyco@gmail.com 

The Mutual Aid Disaster Relief (MADRelief) Training Team is visiting our community. Currently MADRelief is on a national capacity-building and educational tour. They will explain how natural storms turn into unnatural disasters through dangerous new forms of "disaster capitalism" and "extreme resource extraction," and train diverse affinity groups on principles of grassroots direct action humanitarian aid and crisis response, sharing lessons learned from historical and current mutual aid groups and covering a wide range of topics such as "Principles of 'Solidarity, Not Charity,'" "Using Privilege to Break Down Barriers," "Building Power in Collaboration," and "Overcoming Trauma Together."  https://www.facebook.com/events/282999565650925/

AND REMINDER ABOUT REGULAR OPEN HOURS 
(Come on by and have some coffee, check-out a book or strike up a conversation)

Wednesdays, 10:30am - 2pm // Fridays, 9am - 12pm // 

& open for events & meetings
(and open on Thursdays in October)

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Thurs: Open Stage! // Fri-Mon: Shows!!! // & More!



-Thursday, September 13th, 7:30pm: Open Stage!

SubRosa's take on Open Mic. Once a month. Every month.

Sign ups at 7:30pm. Show at 8! Each act will get 5-10 minutes depending on the evening.

This is a space for performance of all kinds. A space to be witnessed in your work. Performance art. Drag. Dance. Poetry. Music. Essays. Rants. Interactive games. Magic. This is an Open Stage.

With a critique of capitalism and acknowledgement of intersectional systems of oppression, we honor and wish to uplift less heard voices including those of queer, trans, femme, people of color and indigenous folks. We strive to create a brave space where we work with what and who is in the room. 

We hope for this space to serve the radical performing artists in Santa Cruz and are open to collaboration! Donations accepted and appreciated. https://www.facebook.com/events/563606190737352/

-Friday, September 14th, 7pm:  Tashi Dorji, Village Of Spaces, Kite Hands Glowing/Hermit Thrush

      local folk musicians... 

     visiting from Asheville, North Carolina!

-Saturday, September 15th, 7pm:  Comfort Creature (Arcata) / Aminta / tba

Cactus Bloom Collective presents:

*COMFORT CREATURE (On Tour) experimental electronic songs from Arcata, CA https://comfortcreaturesounds.bandcamp.com/ 
**AMINTA (Local) santa cruz avant garde solo pop
***TBA

7$ (notaflof) // 7pm // All Ages // Safe(r) Space // No Alcohol No Drugs // https://www.facebook.com/events/321034511795276/

-Sunday, September 16th, 7pm:  SCHC - Hoarder // DeadWitch // World Peace // Head 2 Wall

SCHC brings you...


**Deadwitch (Portland HC) https://deadwitch.bandcamp.com 
***World Peace (SFHC) https://worldfuckingpeace.bandcamp.com 
****Head 2 Wall (SCHC) 

Doors 7PM // $5- notaflof // https://www.facebook.com/events/245680599468849/

-Monday, September 17th, 7pm:  The Curfews//Floating Room//Drowse//No Bootstraps

*Floating Room (Portland), Gray Pop https://floatingroom.bandcamp.com/ and https://www.facebook.com/floatingroom/  "Despite all the talk about leashes and parks, "Dog" captures the very human experience of feeling limited by someone else. Led by Maya Stoner, Floating Room's excellent 2016 debut, Sunless, sifted through the emotional wreckage of an abusive relationship. False Baptism does too, but with clearer eyes—processing trauma can take a lifetime, so obviously, it can also take multiple records."
**Drowse (Portland), sound sculpture https://drowse.bandcamp.com/ and https://www.facebook.com/drowseportland/  "This installation showcases four found objects that have been re-engineered into interactive sculptural instruments. The artists use these objects to create sounds and explore their natural surroundings. All music has been created by the artists and was recorded in Skagaströnd using the sculptures, a field recorder, and the computer. Video projections recorded while at living NES Artist Residency around certain regions of desolate Northern Iceland."
***No Bootstraps (Santa Cruz), satire pop geared toward fellow cogs, breaking the circle, fighting the police, and so much glitter it's coming out of your eyes. https://nobootstraps.bandcamp.com/ 

All Ages // Sober space // $5 notaflof // https://www.facebook.com/events/287343938724285/


AND REMINDER ABOUT REGULAR OPEN HOURS 
(Come on by and have some coffee, check-out a book or strike up a conversation)

Wednesdays, 10:30am - 2pm // Fridays, 9am - 12pm // 

& open for events & meetings
(and open on Thursdays in October)

And some other info to let you know about!!!

Sanctuary Santa Cruz has moved into the old Fábrica space at the Hub (community center where SubRosa is located).  Hooray, and welcome!  Here's more about Sanctuary Santa Cruz from their facebook, "We Must Love and Protect Each Other. Sanctuary/Santuario Santa Cruz is collection of projects all aimed at making Santa Cruz a welcoming place for all of its residents. We are ONE community, and we have to stand in solidarity with each other. Sanctuary/Santuario Santa Cruz es un conjunto de proyectos con la meta de hacer a Santa Cruz un lugar de bienvenida para todos los residentes. Somos UNA comunidad, y debemos solidarizarnos el uno al otro."  https://www.facebook.com/sanctuarysantacruz/



Thursday, September 6, 2018

Thurs & Sun: Shows! // Fri: Splash Zone: Queer Dance Party // Thurs: Open Stage! // & More!

-Thursday, September 6th, 7pm:  Slow Bleed / Nightfear / In Spite / Slow Decay / Urban Dispute

SCHC brings you... 


*Nightfear (PA Hardcore) https://nightfearpa.bandcamp.com 
**Slow Bleed (Santa Paula Metal) https://slowbleedca.bandcamp.com/track/black-roses 
***In Spite (SD Hardcore) https://inspiteca.bandcamp.com 
****Slow Decay (SD Hardcore) https://slowdecayhc.bandcamp.com 
*****Urban Dispute (Bay Area Hardcore) https://urbandispute.bandcamp.com/releases 

7PM - Doors // 7:30PM - Bands // $8.00 (notaflof) // RESPECT THE SPACE AND EACH OTHER // https://www.facebook.com/events/251279419054692/

-Friday, September 7th, 9pm:  Splash ZONE : A Queer Dance Party

Queer dance party in Santa Cruz! Party starts at 830, first set bangin at 9:30 sharply.


This is a space and time for queers and the people we love and trust. Y'all are welcome. Come do your thing, whatever that may be, outside of the oppression of capitalism and patriarchy.

PLUS IT'S DALE'S BIRTHDAY! so dress yr best for their Leo'd out virgo ass and prepare for an extra photo booth!

*DJ SAINT BRONCO

$$$$$$$$$$$$ for SubRosa // $7-10 @ the door // 8:30pm 4real though // Dress Your Best // Invite Your Friends // https://www.facebook.com/events/220346895505990/

-Sunday, September 9th, 9pm:  Lo-Cal Scribbly Dibbly Purple Noodle Show

Come to this dang ol' scrib fe$t!! There'll b noodling instruments that'll make yu dance! {WOW]} Come enjoy the best version of yourself: you.. HAVING A REALLY FUN TIME DANCING & LISTENING 2 AMAZING lo-cal && touring pasta chef's MUSICK!

Lo-cal purple noodle scribble dribble festivle (Rip dropped off the bill to accommodate a newly added touring band.. Bubblegum 🐙!)...Sunshine Eyes: ALSO DROPPED OFF DA BILL!! This show is off to a wild start y'all 💩😂💫

*Cedar Sap: WA Psych Dream Slurp Cedarsap.bandcamp.com  
**Blushh: LA Noodle Burp https://blushhmusic.bandcamp.com 
***The Total Bettys: Oakland Noodle Dessert https://thetotalbettys.bandcamp.com 

Safe(r) Space // $7 NOTAFLOF // All Ages // Dry Space  // No Meanie Jock Noodle Nabbers // https://www.facebook.com/events/2559586934266988/

-Thursday September 13th, 7:30pm: Open Stage!

SubRosa's take on Open Mic. Once a month. Every month.

Sign ups at 7:30pm. Show at 8! Each act will get 5-10 minutes depending on the evening.

This is a space for performance of all kinds. A space to be witnessed in your work. Performance art. Drag. Dance. Poetry. Music. Essays. Rants. Interactive games. Magic. This is an Open Stage.

With a critique of capitalism and acknowledgement of intersectional systems of oppression, we honor and wish to uplift less heard voices including those of queer, trans, femme, people of color and indigenous folks. We strive to create a brave space where we work with what and who is in the room.

We hope for this space to serve the radical performing artists in Santa Cruz and are open to collaboration! Donations accepted and appreciated. https://www.facebook.com/events/563606190737352/

AND REMINDER ABOUT REGULAR OPEN HOURS 
(Come on by and have some coffee, check-out a book or strike up a conversation)

Wednesdays, 10:30am - 2pm // Fridays, 9am - 12pm // 

& open for events & meetings

And some other info to let you know about!!!

*The Fábrica has moved to the front of the Hub at 703 Pacific (now sharing a wall with SubRosa).  Here's their new hours "We are currently not having Tuesday hours, but have added Sunday hours. Our Thursday and Saturday hours have shifted one hour earlier. We hope these hours fit well for people! Our current schedule is: Monday 4-7 // Thursday 3-6 // Saturday 3-6 // Sunday 2-5!"  Find out more about this great project at https://www.facebook.com/thefabrica/

*Next weekend is the beginning of the Run4Salmon, the prayer run led by Winnemum Wintu to restore native salmon to their ancestral spawning grounds in the McCloud River. It starts with a ceremony and walk from Sogorea Te/Glenn Cove in the bay area on Sat the 15th. More info: http://www.run4salmon.org/

*Next week—September 8 to 15, 2018—is a giant national/international mobilization to confront the "Global Climate Action Summit" (GCAS) in San Francisco, Sept 12-14, which is a gathering of politicians and business people hosted by Governor Brown, focused on market-based, top-down false solutions to climate change such as carbon trading schemes (while not addressing emissions at source or targeting fossil fuel industries.). In response, multiple coalitions have mounted parallel efforts to disrupt/confront GCAS while also putting forth an array of visions of what real community-led solutions to confronting climate change can look like, based on the leadership of frontline and indigenous communities most impacted by resource extraction and climate change. Local groups are also taking advantage of the large influx of organizers in the bay area to take action around issues such as the Oakland Coal Terminal, North Bay refineries, and the West Berkeley Shellmound. https://www.facebook.com/subrosaproject/posts/10156752520230719?__tn__=K-R

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Plus a message from the Hub (The Hub is the space where SubRosa is located, of which we are just one of many projects at the Hub...which also includes the Fábrica, the Bike Church, PedX and more!!!)

Hello. I'm again asking for your financial support (You can click on this link to go the Hub website and donation page http://www.santacruzhub.org/donate.html). We have some exciting changes at the Hub Community Center, and along with that came some complications. Here's the story... the Fábrica is moving to the front office and new folk from Sanctuary Santa Cruz are moving into their old space. Unfortunately, there was a major plumbing issue which delayed the moves, so the old Fábrica space wasn't cleared to move into...so we at the Hub are short on that rent. We'd ideally like to raise $500 which would cover half a month for the old Fábrica space and some of the money can also go to help the Fábrica folk pay for their current space, which they've not been able to use yet (they're putting it together now!). And all donations are tax exempt as the Hub is a501(c)3 non-profit organization. And thanks for any financial support you can offer and please help spread the word. -j!



Tuesday, August 28, 2018

A Show! // Fri: tarot readings in a.m. & art show closing in p.m. // Sat: Really Really Free Market // Sun: Another Show! // & More!

-Wednesday, August 29th, 7pm:  Rip Florence X bAd bAd OAK X Turqouiz Noiz OAK X Sunshine Eyes

Turqouiz Noiz and bAd bAd are on the road from the Bay and very excited to bring some tunes to you Cruzers. Stoked to have the local ripping of Rip Florence and the shine of Sunshine Eyes. Please bring your best attitude and your slickest duds



Show at 7! // Door is 7$! (notaflof) // no alcohol no drugs // Bring 7 Friends! // This Monkey's Gone To 7! // We'll be screening Se7en afterwards! // Scientists just discovered why 6 is afraid of 7! // https://www.facebook.com/events/1873695692721664/

-Friday, August 31st, 10am - 1pm:  Tarot Readings with Corina Dross

Readings are an intimate collaboration, tailored to what's most important for you. Each reading honors your power and creativity. Each reading offers strategies to support your growth and healing.


Corina deftly weaves storytelling and social justice into her astrology practice, creating richer, fuller narratives that acknowledge complexities, histories, and multiple paths.'  Corina offers birth chart readings, relationship readings and one question readings.

Readings are sliding scale $75-125 for an hour, $45 for half an hour. Both include MP3 recordings of the session. She's also offering 15 minute walk-in sessions (not recorded) for $20.   And here's a link to her site although the listed prices are different: http://www.flaxandgold.com/readings/

And in the evening! 6pm!

Small Spells // closing art show reception

"Small Spells" is a collection of paintings by Abacus Corvus. Each collaboration offers an image and intention, and the viewer's invited to use them like a lens to focus energy, or like a prism to broadcast blessings widely.

Abacus Corvus is the creative collaboration of Corina Dross and Jocelyn (Jo) Mosser—illustrators, writers, healers, sisters, and good friends.

Corina Dross will be present at the closing reception on August 31st, with hand-sewn archival prints available that day only.  https://www.facebook.com/events/492114091287147/

-Saturday, September 1st, 12pm - 3pm:  Really Really Free Market

No money. No trades. Everything is free. This market is based on a gift-economy and thinks capitalism is death. Bring food to share. Bring your special items that you don't use but can't throw away (ex. clothes, toys, art supplies, instruments, books and zines...your free box). Bring your special talents to offer people (ex. haircuts, message, reiki...). Come and take what you can use and say thanks! We will have folks to check in with as you arrive. First come first served, space may be limited. Requirements: Mutual respect. If you bring things, you are expected to take away whatever is left at the end of the market. https://www.facebook.com/events/291114031475537/

-Sunday, September 2nd, 7pm: On Drugs / Ah God / Drooler / tba at SubRosa

Cactus Bloom Collective presents


*ON DRUGS (Portland OR) fast-paced fuck-you shoegaze punk https://himomimondrugs.bandcamp.com/ 
**AH GOD (Portland OR) grimy noise punk https://ahgod.bandcamp.com/ 
***DROOLER (Portland OR) loud slacker rock https://droolertheband.bandcamp.com/releases 
****TBA

7$ (notaflof) // 7pm // All Ages // Safe Space(r) // No Alcohol No Drugs // https://www.facebook.com/events/310621446412609/



AND REMINDER ABOUT REGULAR OPEN HOURS 
(Come on by and have some coffee, check-out a book or strike up a conversation)

Wednesdays, 10:30am - 2pm // Thursdays, 4pm - 7pm // Fridays, 9am - 12pm // 

& open for events & meetings

**********
Plus a message from the Hub (The Hub is the space where SubRosa is located, of which we are just one of many projects at the Hub...which also includes the Fábrica, the Bike Church, PedX and more!!!)

Hello. I'm asking for your financial support (You can click on this link to go the Hub website and donation page http://www.santacruzhub.org/donate.html). We have some exciting changes at the Hub Community Center, and along with that came some complications. Here's the story... the Fábrica is moving to the front office and new folk from Sanctuary Santa Cruz are moving into their old space. Unfortunately, there was a major plumbing issue which delayed the moves, so the old Fábrica space wasn't cleared to move into...so we at the Hub are short on that rent. We'd ideally like to raise $500 which would cover half a month for the old Fábrica space and some of the money can also go to help the Fábrica folk pay for their current space, which they've not been able to use yet (they're putting it together now!). And all donations are tax exempt as the Hub is a501(c)3 non-profit organization. And thanks for any financial support you can offer and please help spread the word. -j!

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