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Petaluma, CA. ~ “A Night of Shakespeare Shorts” is a cele- bration of short scenes from the plays of William Shakespeare in the spirit of a competition at the iconic Phoenix Theater in Petaluma, CA. Participants will perform a short scene from one of Shakespeare’s plays no longer than 10 minutes long. The scenes will be interspersed with music performed by local musicians. Scenes will be ad- judicated by a panel of Shake- speare savvy judges from Marin Shakespeare, SF Shake- speare, ACT and others . Best Scene of the evening will be awarded $500, Best Dramatic Scene $100 and Best Comedic Scene $100. And, the audience will vote for Peoples Choice! Shakespeare Shorts is hosted
by The Petaluma Shakespeare Company, Shakesprints and The Phoenix Theater. Doors open at 7:30.p.m. Performance at 8:00pm. Tickets: $5 -un- der 18 years of age and $10 -adults. Address: 201 Washing- ton St. Petaluma, CA 94952. ~ Phone: 707-762-3565
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
Sebastopol, CA. ~ Love art? The award-winning Sebastopol Center for the Arts has openings for Gallery Assistants. Working a minimum of 2 shifts per month, from receptionist duties in the beautiful, ever-changing gallery to attending Opening Nights and special events. Help make art happen in our community. No experience necessary. Look- ing for friendly, reliable people with good communication skills and basic computer knowledge. Applications available online sebarts.org
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United Way of the Wine Country Launches Flood Recovery and Wellness Fund
Santa Rosa, CA. ~ New Fund to Support Residents, Neighborhoods, and Communities in Need. United Way of the
Wine Country (UWWC) is launching the Sonoma County Flood Recovery and Wellness Fund. The purpose of the fund will be to support flood survivors to get back on their feet. All funds raised will be used to support flood relief through agency partners in the region. Visit unitedwaywinecountry.org
or call 707-528-4485 to support the fund. Contact Rusty Smith, Vice President of Resource Development and Marketing ~ 707-528-4485 x112 ~ rusty.sm
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