Photo Credit: Arts Council Santa Cruz County
Enjoy live music and dance, artmaking and booths on Cooper Street and food in Abbott Square. We’ll have a station to make signs for Saturday’s March for the River, and much more.
Meet at the corner of Abbott Square and Cooper Street, bring flashlights or glow sticks. Join in a procession led by the Post Street Rhythm Peddlers.
Experience the river at night. Samba stilt circus, DJ and public art unveiling of a commissioned piece by local multimedia artists Rachel Stoll and Aron Altmark.
Show your love for the river! This is an all-ages one-mile march. Participants are invited to come as they are or dress up like their favorite watershed critter. Signs, costumes are welcome but not required. Roller skates, one-wheels, skateboards and bicycles are welcome but the march will move at a walking pace. The March starts under the Soquel Avenue Bridge (East Side, near Riverside Lighting) and ends at the Tannery.
All participants please arrive at 11:45 am to sign-in and so that we can line folks up.
Art making, food trucks, and performances featuring world-renowned vertical performance pioneers BANDALOOP.