Thursday, July 4, 2019
Fri: Art Opening & Night Market! // Sat & Sun: Hub Work is Care Work // Mon: A Show // Thurs: Symboiosis // & More!
-Friday, July 5th, 6pm - 9pm: First Friday art show and the Night Market!
The NIGHT MARKET at the Hub is our new monthly bazaar of art and things. 🏺🍭🧦📷👕📚🕶🧹🧸Every FIRST FRIDAY in the courtyard next to the Fábrica. 🧶🧵 See you there JULY 5th, 6-9PM! https://www.facebook.com/events/1107316306125305/
First Friday: Group Embroidery Show - this group embroidery art show is at SubRosa and the Fábrica— group exhibition of local Santa Cruz stitchers, featuring the work of eight different artists who use needle and thread to create magical worlds. Includes pieces by Marie Wilikinson, Stefanie Wolf, Blaize Wilkinson, Joanie Park and more. Come by and chat with local embroidery enthusiasts, learn some needle and thread basics, or add your mark to the community stitch potluck. https://www.facebook.com/events/226295708253612/
-Saturday & Sunday, July 6th & 7th, 9:30am: Hub Work is Care Work Weekend Organizer Training
A weekend of trainings for members of the HUB and other Santa Cruz organizers addressing health, conflict, boundaries and burnout. See cover photo for schedule! Feel free to come to all or some, all trainings are NOTAFLOF and donations go towards compensating facilitators. Most trainings will take place in SubRosa, where there is a wheelchair-accessible bathroom next door. Coffee and tea are available but please plan on bringing or getting your own food, aside from the Sunday evening potluck. https://www.facebook.com/events/382728129116271/
With Alyssa, who brings ten years of experience in providing medical care in the backcountry and other resource-poor environments.
"Herbal First Aid & Supporting Common Health Ailments"
This class will go over some common health concerns faced by houseless communities and protocol for administering care with symptom and red flag identification, as well as discussion of the importance of herbal support in the context of antibiotic resistance, disease prevention, and DIY healthcare. Topics covered will include proper wound dressing, diabetes, signs of infection, respiratory support, liver disease, stress, and sanitation.
With Burl- clinical herbalist, wilderness first aid certified
An introduction to the techniques of verbal (2 hours) & physical (1 hour) de-escalation. Will pull from experience with protest trolls and non-violent communication. You will leave with a better sense of what work you need to do in order to become competent, this training is not a magic bullet. Plus, A brief introduction to physical self defense with an emphasis on posture and movement.
With Iridaea from YARR and Elaina from Fabrica
"Self-Care and Community Care" A workshop on using medicinal plants, embodiment practices and ritual to prevent burnout, support our long-term survival and nourish our political work. No herbal experience necessary. All participatory exercises are totally optional.
With Stonefruit Community Herbalist Elliot Lloyd
Learn a bit about substance use oriented harm reduction, overdose prevention and public health for the substance using community!
WIth Julia, a harm reduction nerd from Oakland
"Medical First Response"
A workshop focusing on organizational frameworks for identifying and responding to medical emergencies, regardless of context or level of prior training. These tools will assist in decision making, patient assessment, staying safe as a responder, and how to maintain focus while exposed to stress.
-Monday, July 8, 7pm: floral patterns. // Swing Away // Great Walls // Grad Nite
Cactus Bloom Collective presents
-Thursday, July 11th, 6pm: Symbiosis Santa Cruz - July
*floral patterns. - (On Tour) Portland OR softcore screamo https://floralpatterns.bandcamp.com/
**Swing Away - California 90s emo https://swingawayca.bandcamp.com/
***Great Walls - Oakland screamo https://greatwalls.bandcamp.com/
****Grad Nite - Watsonville heartfelt pop punk https://gradnite.bandcamp.com/
7$ // 7:30pm // All Ages // Safe(r) Space // No Alcohol No Drugs // https://www.facebook.com/events/2308122386175084/
From the facebook post: "Hi there friends! Have you heard of Symbiosis?
Join us to hear about the upcoming national Symbiosis Congress and join us for a reading discussion on Social Ecology what it might offer during our current catastrophe. 6:00pm, July 11th @ Subrosa - Social Ecology reading group. If you're interested but can't make this time, please let us know!
To kick off this group, there is a great little pamphlet put together by Emily McGuire, and it has pictures: https://libcom.org/library/social-ecology-pamphlet
If you want to know more about Symbiosis you can check out the links below or head over to their website. Looking forward to seeing you! The revolution will be ecologised: social change in the 21st century. The future of our planet itself depends on revolutionising the fabric of our entire social-ecological order." https://theecologist.org/2018/jul/17/revolution-will-be-ecologised-social-change-21st-century
AND REMINDER ABOUT REGULAR OPEN HOURS
(Come on by and have some coffee, check-out a book or strike up a conversation)
Mondays, 1 - 4pm // Wednesdays, 10:30am - 2:30pm // Fridays, 9am - 12pm //
& open for events & meetings
Trump has threatened, after July 4th, to send ICE to do roundups of people who crossed the border by necessity and not necessarily by permission. That means people in our community here may be targeted. Here's some info about how to offer support. From YARR (Your Allied Rapid Response) https://www.facebook.com/YARRsantacruz/ and Sanctuary Santa Cruz https://www.facebook.com/sanctuarysantacruz/ // And here's a few readings with more info HOW U.S. CITIZENS CAN SUPPORT THE IMMIGRANT COMMUNITY DURING TRUMP'S ATTACK? https://weareheretostay.org/ifyouseeice/ and AS TRUMP ANNOUNCES MASS IMMIGRATION RAID, DOCUMENTS SHOW HOW ICE USES ARREST QUOTAS https://theintercept.com/2019/07/03/ice-raids-arrest-quotas/ // There's so much news about the atrocities taking place daily... from the concentration camps on the border, how children are being neglected, border patrol vile secret facebook group and so on. // And there are many stories about how we can care for each other, how people persevere and continue to push against walls that will one day fall.
SubRosa is a collectively run anarchist community space, a place to meet others and challenge our assumptions and act on our passions. We strive to create a vibrant environment for events, classes, meetings, organizing, performance, art, studying and more. SubRosa also offers radical literature for sale, and houses the Anarchist Lending Library. We welcome folks to join us in fostering an environment free from coercion, sexism, homophobia, racism, and other hierarchies.
SubRosa is in downtown Santa Cruz, CA which is unceded land of the Awaswas-speaking Ohlone people.
http://www.subrosaproject.org/ and https://www.facebook.com/subrosaproject and https://www.instagram.com/subrosa_sc/