1st annual Oktoberfest by the Sea is this weekend (Sept 29 and 30), outside at the Davenport Roadhouse. With music by rock ‘n rollers Coffis Brothers and McCoy Tyler Band, 5 kinds of beer, great food, kids activities (bounce house, face painting), and raffle. A benefit for a new program to clean up local beaches and bring kids to the ocean called Tip the Ocean. 12 – 6 pm. Admission is free. Just 10 minutes up the coast at 1 Davenport Ave, Davenport. www.davenportroadhouse.com
February 22, 2018, 5:30pm - February 22, 2018, 10:30pm
Enjoy delicious Japanese cuisine accompanied by music from longtime local Toby Gray Highway Buddha!
Toby's music is cool, good energy, and smooth with a repertoire of classic favorites and heartfelt originals. Family Friendly.
Playing your favorite up energy and family friendly fun Americana/Classics and Acoustic music
Don Quixote rides into the sunset. Flynn's Cabaret has a new website and Facebook page! World-class musical entertainment and farm-to-table dining together at this legendary venue in Felton, CA! Don Quixote's is now Flynn's in Felton:
Introducing the new website for Flynn's Cabaret and Steakhouse! The old Don Quixote's link is now defunct so please update your bookmarks. Check out our performance calendar and new farm-to-table menu! See you soon for great times, world-class music, and fantastic dining at this legendary music venue in the Santa Cruz Mountains! Flynn's in Felton! flynnscabaret.com
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: DIVERSITY MURAL GRAND CELEBRATION
Saturday, March 3rd 1:00-3:00PM at Louden Nelson Center, Santa Cruz
Jamie Joy: firstname.lastname@example.org, 831-425-5422 x 104
The Diversity Center Santa Cruz County
A new public mural, “Unify, Decolonize, Thrive” has joined our vibrant community and we invite you all to celebrate with us for a ceremonious ribbon cutting and reception. This youth-inspired art, designed by local muralists Emmanuel Garcia and Oliver Whitcroft, represents the past, present, and future of marginalized people — transitioning from a challenging history to a hopeful and thriving future where everyone is included and valued.
Event will include:
Inspiring guest speakers
Screening of mural time-lapse video
Ceremonial rainbow ribbon cutting
Reception with food and drinks
“This mural symbolizes our struggle, our resilience and it is absolutely necessary that the next generation learns from this and creates a better brighter future right here in Santa Cruz County” — Andrea Flores-Morgado, Age 16, Watsonville
Sponsored by: The Diversity Center Santa Cruz County, City of Santa Cruz, and Arts Council Santa Cruz County