Motion Pacific is pleased to announce the 10th annual Santa Cruz Dance Week, running April 20-28, 2017. Santa Cruz Dance Week will be a vibrant celebration, with an anticipated 300+ free events including classes, performances, open rehearsals, lecture demonstrations, and the Annual Dancing in the Streets kick off event in Downtown Santa Cruz on April 20th. NEW THIS YEAR!! April 20th 8:30pm: Community Dance presented by Ecstatic Dance Santa Cruz (Hamid Martin and Daniel Mollner), at 8:30pm on Pacific and…
Only on April 23 at 11:00am and April 25 at 7:00pm! Tickets: https://www.landmarktheatres.com/santa-cruz/del-mar-theatre/film-info/national-theatre-live-saint-john Gemma Arterton is Joan of Arc, in a performance to be broadcast live and recorded in 2017 from the Donmar Warehouse. Bernard Shaw’s classic play Saint Joan follows the life and trial of a young country girl who declares a bloody mission to drive the English from France. As one of the first Protestants and nationalists, she threatens the very fabric of feudal society and the Catholic…
Explore the history of tea across time and culture in this unique session with stories, mythology, folklore, and more. A generous pouring of directly sourced Yunnan teas accompanies this excursion into the history of the most drunk beverage on earth! $30 Per Person ($10 non-refundable deposit) Tea Session Registration & Important Information Class sizes are limited to five people, and advance registration with $10 non-refundable deposit is required. Please call (831)423-4200 or ask our staff for more information. If you…
Every Monday join the Poetry Church, gathering at the Food Lounge. 4:00pm - Free Writing Workshop 5:30pm - Open Mic List goes out 6:00pm - Poetry Begins! 7:15pm - This Week's Featured Poet
Kehlani coming to The Catalyst on Monday April 24, 2017! plus: Ella May Jahkoy Noodles The Catalyst Club 1011 Pacific Ave, Santa Cruz, CA 95060 Phone:(831) 423-1338 http://www.catalystclub.com Tickets + Info: http://www.catalystclub.com/event/1398161-kehlani-santa-cruz/ Doors: 7 pm. Show: 8 pm. All ages. $25
If it’s Tuesday, it must be DOWNTOWN! Downtown Tuesdays feature specials all day throughout Downtown – come relax and meet your friends in your Downtown. Click HERE for specials and special events throughout Downtown.
Join Hidden Peak Tea House founder David Wright for a free tea tasting and discussion on the topic of "All Things Tea". This is an opportunity to pass through the gate of the Hidden Peak, explore the tastes offered and ask questions about tea hostory, tradition, health benefits, rituals, and more.
Tuesdays at 8:00pm Red Restaurant and Lounge 200 Locust St. Santa Cruz For more info: www.geekswhodrink.com
Open Mic Night Tuesdays in the Fireside lounge. Sign-ups 7:00, show begins at 8:00. We have begun a new promotion for Open Mic! Each person that buys a drink receives a ticket to vote for their favorite performer; the person with the most votes at the end of the night will win a prize! Contact email@example.com
Bookshop Santa Cruz invites any toddler or pre-school age children (with parental supervision) to listen to stories read by Mamoura Slike. Mamoura is a wonderful reader and she will be sharing fantastic books! Every Wednesday morning 10-11am
Every Wednesday at 8pm. Put a team together! The only quiz where drinking is encouraged.
Wednesday, April 26 at The Blue Lagoon: Adult School Tender Gents The Walking Dudes
Wednesday is Pint Night at Woodstock's! From 9pm-Midnight First pint as low as $5 Keep the glass, and half off any refills. 21 and over
A comedy showcase at Rosie McCann’s Irish Pub on the last Wednesdays of the month at 9:30pm. Hosted by Noah Gain
Celebrate 5 years of the Downtown Information Kiosk with music, special guests, and activities. The Downtown Information Kiosk has welcomed thousands of visitors for all around the world while becoming a center of Downtown community. Join Mayor Cynthia Chase and the Downtown Association as we celebrate this wonderful resource and kick off another season.
Singer Barbara Dane’s distinguished career includes performing with an eclectic list of American icons in jazz, blues and folk music, from Louis Armstrong and Lightning Hopkins to Memphis Slim and Bob Dylan. Jazz critic Leonard Feather once described her as “Bessie Smith in stereo.” Pete Seeger joined her in Detroit for her first concert in 1946 and her extraordinary life has since found her singing wherever people are fighting for peace and justice. Her new recording, Throw It Away, a…
Rare Lore, Magical Wisdom and Practical Applications Sliding Scale $25 - $45 There are few images more archetypal of traditional old-line witchcraft than "the cauldron. It has gripped humanity for hundreds of years as a vessel of hexery, a pot for potions, a gateway to otherness and a house for familiar spirits. Though the image is renown; its power is often watered down as symbol when it is anything but that. It connects the user to ancient powers that give…