Monday, October 16, 2017

E-Privacy Workshop // Open Hours // Open Stage // Clubrosa: Queer Dance Party // A Show! // Sin Barras // HUFF // & More!

At SubRosa In the Days Ahead!
All This and More!

-Thursday, Oct. 19, 7pm - 9pm:  E-Privacy Workshop: Week 5

We live in an age of unparalleled surveillance and ubiquity of digital technology.  Join us at SubRosa to workshop protection and awareness. This series of workshops look at issues and some (partial) solutions to digital surveillance. (Bring laptop if you have one; we can share if you do not). 

-Friday, Oct. 20:  Couple Happenings!

     10am - 1pm:  Open Hours!

    7:30 - 10:30pm:  Open Stage!

Subrosa's new take on Open Mic. Once a month on a Friday! What better way to spend a Friday night?!  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. 

-Saturday, Oct. 21, 9pm - 1am:  Clubrosa presents Wild Rumpus! A queer dance party with DJ JBEEZ

Come get down! Dress up in your best Wild Animal outfit for the photobooth at the end of Capitalism!

All are welcome. This is a brave space where you are invited to be yourself. Capitalism tells us to be small, tells us we should be alone. This Rumpus is a space to dance, to talk, and to connect. Let your wild creature out, what ever that is!

If you feel interested but unsure send us a message! 

This is a benefit for SubRosa's rent and Puerto Rico Hurricane relief. $10 No One Turned Away For Lack of Funds - Give As You Are Able But Always Give Something

-Sunday, Oct. 22:  During the day & the evening!

     11am - 3pm:  Open Hours!  
 7pm:  A Show with Hard Girls / Practicing Sincerity / Adult School / Eve's Peach

*HARD GIRLS (On Tour - San Jose)

7pm // 5-7$ // All Ages // Safer Space // 

-Monday, Oct. 23, 7:15 - 8:30pm:  Sin Barras Meeting

From their website "We will discuss ways that Sin Barras can support local and state-wide abolitionist campaigns and how we can further support loved ones inside and their families. We will also discuss what's going right here in Santa Cruz County. So please, bring your ideas and your desire to end the prison industrial complex!"  

-Wednesday, Oct. 25 , 10:30am - 2pm:  Open Hours and HUFF meeting

Come on by SubRosa and see what's going on around town or check out a book from the @ library or purchase a zine or book.  Also at SubRosa at the same time, HUFF meeting,, "HUFF is Santa Cruz's oldest and most stubbornly persistent grass roots homeless advocacy group."

AND REMINDER ABOUT REGULAR OPEN HOURS (Come come on by and have some coffee or strike up a conversation)
Wednesdays  from 10:30 - 2pm // Fridays from 10am - 1pm // Sundays from 11am - 3pm // & open for events & meetings

And a constant reminder...

The SubRosa fundraiser is still ongoing and in fact our rent has gone up $150!
Can you join us and contribute?
(and money is processed through a secure WePay account). 

***Note:  You can choose how regularly you contribute to SubRosa and the default on the website is weekly.  This can be changed to other time frames as well.  Also, the Action Network, which hosts the fundraiser requests a "tip" and this can also be adjusted from the default of 10% to "no tip" or even more.

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