Cabrillo Gallery displays work of retired faculty

Cabrillo Gallery presents the work of six recently retired faculty from the Art Studio program at Cabrillo College in its first fall exhibition, “Time Untethered II: Andrea Borsuk, Julia Feld, Angela Gleason, Gina Pearlin, Margaret Rinkovsky and Ann Thiermann.” 

The work of the artists covers a broad range of disciplines and materials: painting in several media, etching and monotype printing, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, small metals/jewelry, alternative process photography, collage and mixed media.

“Time Untethered II” opened on Aug. 28 and continues through Sept. 22. 

The public is invited to a free reception at Cabrillo Gallery on Sept. 9 from 2-5pm. There will be an artists’ talk during the reception at 3pm.

Cabrillo Gallery is located in the Library building, room 1002, in the center of the uphill side of the Cabrillo College campus at 6500 Soquel Drive in Aptos. Hours are Monday through Friday from 9am to 4pm, and Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 6-8pm. Admission is free.

Small Claims Workshop scheduled

The Santa Cruz County Superior Court’s Self Help Center and Small Claims Advisor Program will present a virtual Small Claims Workshop on Sept. 12 at 6pm. 

This workshop, held via Zoom, will go over the basics of how the Small Claims process works. For information, visit

Cactus and Succulent Society holding show

The Monterey Bay Area Cactus and Succulent Society is having its Fall Show and Sale on Sept. 15, 16 and 17 at the Portuguese Community Hall, 124 Atkinson Lane in Watsonville.  Free admission and free parking.  

The free show will feature a large variety of plants, pottery, books and utensils. Experts will be on hand to answer questions.

It is open on Sept. 15 for club members only from 3-6pm, and to the general public on Sept. 16 from 9am to 5pm and Sept. 17 from 9am to 3pm.

Steve Poltz to perform at El Vaquero Winery

Snazzy Productions will present Steve Poltz in concert at El Vaquero Winery, 2901 Freedom Blvd. in Corralitos, on Sept. 19 at 7pm.

Poltz is a singer-songwriter who originally made it onto the radar of many in the 1990s when he paired up with Jewel. Poltz was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, then moved to California with his family when he was young. He eventually made his way to San Diego to attend college, where he started playing in coffee shops as both a solo artist and with his band The Rugburns.

In 1998, Poltz signed to Mercury Records and released his debut album. He also toured with Jewel and played guitar in her band for a time. However, creative differences led to Poltz leaving Mercury and starting his own label called 98 Pounder.

Over the years, Poltz has developed a reputation as an underground folk hero. His songs are often described as “kids songs for adults.”

Also performing will be local singer-songwriter Michael Gaither.

For information and tickets, visit

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