Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Really Free Market/ A Show!/ Letters to Prisoners/ HUFF/ Open Hours & More!

At SubRosa Through September!

-Thursday Sept 17th
    -2-6pm  Open Hours (if gate is closed then not open)

-Friday Sept 18th
    -2-6pm  Open Hours

-Saturday Sept 19th
-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 terrible. 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. If you bring things, you are expected to take away whatever is left at the end of the market.

-Sunday Sept 20th
-7:30pm-10pm  Yeah! A Show! with...

Mary Skate & the Trashlies // Wild Lungs // Dingus
bring $ for touring bands! notaflof!

-Wednesday Sept 23rd
    -11am  HUFF meeting

HUFF is Santa Cruz's oldest and most stubbornly persistent grass roots homeless advocacy group.  We make trouble for the powers that be and fight institutional human rights abuses.  More info at

-Thursday Sept 24th
    -2-6pm  Open Hours
Letter Writing to Prisoners

This is a place to write letters to prisoners.  Anyone is welcome to stop by and write a letter.  Pamphlets, letter writing material, and snax provided.  This is a good place for new penpals to jump in.

-Saturday Sept 26th
-9pm Clubrosa! 

The biggest queer dance party of the end of summer! A benefit for SubRosa.  Stay tuned for more info!

and other goings on in town!

Walk for the Ancestors: Santa Cruz Mission gathering
Saturday, September 19th
Meet 9:30am @ Holy Cross Church (Old Mission site)
126 High St, Santa Cruz, CA 95060

The Walk for the Ancestors is a 650-mile pilgrimage to each of the 21 California Missions, to honor the Indigenous ancestors who suffered and perished in the Mission system and assert California Indian rejection of sainthood for Junipero Serra. Please join us this Saturday to welcome the walkers and to hold prayerful space for the ancestors.

Tataviam descendants Caroline Ward Holland and Kagen Holland began walking on September 7th at Mission Solano in Sonoma, CA and the walk is set to conclude sometime in late October at Mission San Diego. At each Mission, the walkers will join with representatives of local tribes and all those who come to stand with them. Words, stories and prayers will be shared, and a moment of silence will be observed at the mass grave sites of the ancestors.

After Saturday's gathering is concluded, the walkers will set off eastward towards San Juan Bautista. ***Everyone is invited to walk with us.*** Please RSVP to if you'd like to join the walk on Saturday, or if you can volunteer to drive a support vehicle.

"We are walking to honor our ancestors, at this time right now, when they're being so totally disrespected. We don't want to forget, and we're not going to forget. Until we make things right."
—Caroline Ward Holland, Tataviam

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