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5 Things To Do in Santa Cruz: Aug. 28-Sept. 3

Time Untethered showcases at Cabrillo, a Santa Cruz Shakespeare premier and more

'Time Untethered: Creative Life after Cabrillo' showcases at the Cabrillo Library through Friday, September 20

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Art Seen

Trianna Feruza and Friends

The Santa Cruz Vets Hall has reopened in downtown Santa Cruz, and local singer/songwriter Trianna Feruza will take the stage with dancer Maleah Rose for a musical extravaganza with special guests like Side Piece, plus artists Genoa, Know Morals and live spoken-word poetry. 

INFO: 6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 31. Veterans Hall, 846 Front St., Santa Cruz. 454-0478. $10/$15. 

Green Fix 

Breath and Oneness Anniversary 

Breath and Oneness in Capitola is celebrating the end of its terrific twos and the beginning of its third year of keeping the community happy, healthy and well. In celebration, they are inviting everyone to a weekend of yoga, movement, music, meditation, and more at discounted rates. There are classes happening all day, everyday, all weekend long. Check online or call for a full schedule. 

INFO: Friday, Aug. 30-Sunday, Sept. 1. Breath and Oneness, 708 Capitola Ave., Capitola. 515-7001, breathandoneness.com. $20 two-day pass/free for members. 

Monday 8/26-Friday 9/20

‘Time Untethered: Creative Life after Cabrillo’

The newest Cabrillo exhibit features the work of seven artists who have retired from the Cabrillo College Art Studio and Art Photography programs. Honoring each artist’s time and legacy at Cabrillo, the exhibit also spotlights personal artistic practice and the joys of retirement. An eclectic range of disciplines, materials and approaches are represented, from oil paintings and pastels to textiles and experimental analog photography. Special reception 4-6 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 7.

INFO: Cabrillo Gallery, Library #1002, Aptos. 479-6308, cabrillo.edu/services/artgallery. Free. 

Friday 8/30 

Alasdair Fraser’s 36th Annual ‘Fiddle Extravaganza’

Join Indie Award-winning Scottish fiddler Alasdair Fraser, Ryan McKasson, Eric McDonald, and more than 200 musicians, singers and dancers in a celebration of music, song and dance at the culmination of this year’s Valley of the Moon Scottish Fiddling School. All seating is general admission—first come, first served—so get there early for the best seats!  

INFO: 8 p.m. Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium, 307 Church St., Santa Cruz. valleyofthemoon.org.  $25.50/$27.50 general admission.

Wednesday 8/28 

‘The Two Noble Kinsmen’

Each year, Santa Cruz Shakespeare continues the tradition of showcasing the season’s intern acting company with its celebratory Fringe production. This year’s effort, The Two Noble Kinsmen, is a world premiere adaptation of what is believed to be Shakespeare’s last play, and a possible collaboration with Jacobean tragedian John Fletcher. The Two Noble Kinsmen is directed by Dash Waterbury and features an all-intern cast and crew. The play tells the story of two best friends who fall in love with the same woman, exposing the adventures and absurdity of love at first sight. How drama-tic. 

INFO: 7:30 p.m. The Grove in DeLaveaga Park, 501 Upper Park Rd., Santa Cruz. 460-6399, santacruzshakespeare.org/tickets. $27.50. 

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