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Local Events

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Do Something Fun This Month

SANTA CRUZ ROTARY ROUNDUP WHERE: Boardwalk’s Cocoanut Grove, Santa Cruz WHEN: Friday, May 18 from 5–11 p.m. ADMISSION: $15 WEBSITE: round-up

differences, the couples will soon come to realize they have more in common than just their last names. “The Realistic Joneses” was named The Best Play on Broadway by USA Today when it premiered in 2014, and it continues to be celebrated for its comedic, tragic, and surreal commentary on the ordinariness of life. Get your tickets now for the show Edge Media calls “… a play of such extraordinary wit and insight, so carefully constructed, it resonates for days.”

The Santa Cruz Rotary Club is hosting the best western- themed party of the year, and you’re invited. Come out and enjoy a buffet dinner, hosted bar, auctions, live music from Urban Outlaws, and more fun events that will make you say “yee-haw!” Proceeds from this evening of fun will go to the Rotary Club’s philanthropic efforts to support the local Santa Cruz community. Don’t miss out! Get your tickets now. THE REALISTIC JONESES WHERE: Santa Cruz County Actor’s Theater WHEN: May 18 to June 3 ADMISSION: : $26 for general admission; $23 for seniors WEBSITE: Bob and Jennifer Jones are about to meet their new neighbors, John and Pony Jones. Despite their apparent

2018 REDWOOD MOUNTAIN FAIRE WHERE: Roaring Camp Railroads, Felton WHEN: Saturday, June 2 at 11 a.m. to Sunday, June 3 at 7 p.m. ADMISSION: See website for pricing WEBSITE:

Your whole family will love to come out for this incredible music festival that shows off local artists, celebrates Santa Cruz culture, and supports amazing local organizations. This family-friendly festival has activities for all ages, including kids’ stages, arts and crafts, locally crafted wines, train rides, and more. Make plans now, because summer starts at the Redwood Mountain Faire.



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