Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Wed & Fri: shows // Sat: Film Screening // & More!

-Wednesday, August 8th, 7pm: SCHC - SeeYouSpaceCowboy // Castaway // Daniel Plainview
Santa Cruz Hardcore brings you...

***Daniel Plainview

$8 (notaflof) // No Alcohol No Drugs //

-Friday, August 10th, 7pm: TuT // Polkadot // Just Nick // Alex Abreu

Cactus Bloom Collective presents:

*THE UNENDING THREAD (On Tour - San Fernando CA) emo-y math-y jazz-y good-y
**POLKADOT (Local) Beefhaus heroes making their SubRosa debut!
***JUST NICK (Local) folk punk friend
****Alex Abreu (Local) singer/songwriter jams

$7 (notaflof) // All Ages // Safe Space(r) // No Alcohol No Drugs //

-Saturday, August 11th, 8:45ish (at dark): But I'm A Cheerleader! (Courtyard Screening)

Come for out last summer classic queer screening at SubRosa! But I'm A Cheerleader- featuring Natasha Lyonne (OITNB), RuPaul and directed by Jamie Babbit!

Bring your buds, bring snacks and bring a jacket! Screening starts between 8:45-9pm- whenever it gets dark! :)

(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

The Waters Connect Us // In Northern California, indigenous nations are fighting massive infrastructure projects that threaten their waters, fish, and indigenous lifeways. Increased water diversions from the Sacramento River watershed to Southern California cities and farmland threaten to drive Chinook salmon and other at-risk species to extinction. The Run4Salmon is a 300-mile prayer journey led by the Winnemem Wintu Tribe that follows the migration route of salmon from the San Francisco Bay to the McCloud River. This year's journey will take place September 15th-30th and your participation is invited. Learn more: Follow #Run4Salmon on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter

In the Monterey Bay area, the Amah Mutsun tribe is waging an all-out campaign to stop a proposed sand and gravel quarry that would desecrate Juristac, one of their most important sacred places. Learn more at

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