Tha Dirt Feelin presents an all-ages alcohol free picnic day party from 9am til 3pm with a break for the parade. Enjoy the music, live art and the vendors in a free family friendly downtown picnic day event. Two stages Plaza stage and record store stage Sponsored in part by Rootofhappinesskava.com Eric Gudz and gudz4davis.org Armadillomusic.com & record store day Crucialvibesunlimited.com Downtown davis Line up includes 9am e street plaza kava stage Tha Dirt Feelin -hip hop/ soul -ThaDF.com 10:15 parade break 1130am e street plaza kava stage lo & the mix -funk/ rock &roll -Facebook.com/lo&themix Noon record store day armadillo stage Rude One- Rudy Kalma -hip hop -youtube.com/user/TheLikkleRudeboi 1pm record store day armadillo stage Infinite Vastness -rock & roll -Facebook.com/infinitevastness 130pm e street plaza kava stage Boca de Rio -Brazilian funk -www.bocadorio.com/ And more Speakers include dr Andy jones Cpt Eric Gudz And more Vendors include Art by Marque Cass Root of happiness kava bar Crucial vibes unlimited And more All ages no alcohol Interested in being a sponsor, a volunteer or a vendor? Email email@example.com
Join Davis author and illustrator, Jed Alexander for a special story hour featuring his debut picture book, “Red” on Saturday, April 21st at 2:00 p.m. Red is a clever, wordless take on the classic tale Little Red Riding Hood that ends with a delightful surprise ending. Red is on her way through the woods to visit Grandmother when she meets the Big Bad Wolf. What are that Wolf and all of those woodland creatures up to? This version of the classic folktale ends a bit differently. A delightful surprise awaits Red and readers in this wordless picture book featuring newcomer Jed Alexander’s exquisite two-color illustrations. This story hour will feature a fun, interactive presentation – complete with crafts! Jed Alexander lives in Davis, California. This is his first book for children.
DAVIS, CA – April 22nd 2018 – The Davis Makerspace presents an “Earth Day” repair cafe at its space in the Tim Spencer Alley, see: www.davismakerspace.org/about/location, on Sunday April 22nd from 11am to 8pm. A repair cafe is where people get together to help each other repair or improve an item you are having issues with. Our volunteers will provide help, while you research (lmgtfy, ifiit, youtube), and repair your item, with available tools and parts. The DMS has a selection of power and traditional hand tools, electronics tools, 3d printers, and a few other things. If you bring a 3d model software fle, such as an .stl fle, you should be able to print it either at or after the event. At past events we’ve seen things like, vacuums (conventional and robotic), portable air conditioning units, lamps, electronic pistol targets, computers, outdoor electrical cords, and arc welders. Repairing is a sustainable and conscious act that provides the benefits of education, environmental stewardship, and self reliance. With a little work you too, can do your part. Repairing things with others can be fun. Should you wish to participate at this event, or are a Maker in need of a shop please contact firstname.lastname@example.org Davis Makerspace is a community workshop in Downtown Davis that supports a group of tinkerers, programmers, and artists. We have hours open to the public on M, W, Th, and Fri evenings as well as some Sundays. Our location is a public venue that on occasion ofers classes, and can serve as a meeting location for community groups, and support both Davis Community Network and the Linui User Group of Davis with event meeting space. If you are in need of a[...]
Each month, the Davis Downtown Business Associationhosts a brown-bag lunch discussion with special guest from our community. This lunchtime forum gives downtown business owners and community members to meet people connected to our community and discuss issues that affect the success of Downtown Davis and Davis in general. The DDBA brown-bag event is held the fourth Wednesday of each month from 12:00pm (noon) to 1:00pm at the River City Bank conference room, 239 E Street, Downtown Davis.
Gutenberg! The Musical! Is a two-man musical spoof about a pair of aspiring playwrights hoping to fulfill their Broadway dreams. The characters Bud and Doug sing all the songs and play all the roles in an attempt to pitch their questionable historical epic with manic enthusiasm to one of the producers in attendance. This story of 2 men, 1 piano, a bunch of hats, and a dream was developed by playwrights Scott Brown and Anthony King through the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre and was the first Off-Broadway transfer for the acclaimed UCBT company.