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JT’s Two Doors now has Sunday Brunch starting at 10 am. We have numerous games playing on our many TV's so come and support your team!! We now offer Bottomless Mimosas for $20 and a Build your own Bloody bar for $10.Find out more »
Overview This play tells the story of Frederick Douglass and Susan B. Anthony. Over the 45 volatile years they knew one another, they were friends, allies and adversaries. Their hopes and dreams for equality brought them to common ground and political battlefields. As agitators, they were not content to let either our nation or each other rest in complacency, and their respective fights for racial justice and gender equity continue to this day. Venue, Streaming and Ticket Information Santa Cruz…Find out more »
Scotts Valley Senior Life Association is pleased to announce our next FREE Senior Life Online (Zoom) presentation on Monday, August 2, at 4:00 pm. June Gilliam, former member of the Chinese Communist Party turned American patriot, will be our featured speaker sharing her fascinating "Insights into Communist China," including the lives of senior citizens in China. This educational talk will also cover Ms. Gilliam's journey from Communism to Americanism: - Early Indoctrination to the Communist Party - June's Turning Point:…Find out more »
There is a need for loving, stable families to care for children of all age groups all over Santa Cruz County. Be an adoptive or foster parent to a child, adolescent or teen. Learn more at the monthly orientation meeting hosted by Santa Cruz County Family and Children's Services, held the first Wednesday of each month.Find out more »
Overview The story that sets England’s Wars of the Roses in motion, Jessica Kubzansky’s adaptation of Shakespeare’s Richard II tells the story of that king’s ill-fated reign using just three actors. What is our responsibility when a bad leader rightfully occupies the throne? This exploration of divine right, capricious leadership and bloody insurrection is packed with contemporary political relevance. A critic’s choice pick when it premiered at the Boston Court theatre in Los Angeles, Charles McNulty, critic for the LA…Find out more »