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Behind The Mask
Guild Theater

What the natural eyes see, is not what is. Be blown away by the gut-wrenching and emotional filled story of a girl who can’t see a way out.

About this Event

Things are not always what they seem. This story is about a girl, Grace, who masks her pain, insecurities, and abuse to prove to everyone that she got it all together. On the outside, she’s dressed to impressed, but who knows what is hidden on the inside.

 

 

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LUNAFEST 2020
Guild Theater

LUNAFEST® is not just a traveling film festival, it’s a force for change. Join us in supporting women filmmakers and women’s causes.

About this Event

A great showing of LUNAFEST films, as wells as concessions, raffles and a Silent Auction. LUNAFEST 2020 – short films — by and about Women!

Two Screening Times:

Saturday, May 2, 2020 at 2 PM and 7 PM

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We Need to Talk
Stage Play

Description

*Sold Out Three Times*

And now it’s back by popular demand: We Need to Talk.

Woman empowerment at it’s finest, come and enjoy this magnificent play. We Need to Talk is a game changer. You’re going to leave this play feeling empowered, set free, and joyful.

Come & see what the Tea is all about.

Get your tickets Today!

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“Monetizing Gentrification” by Thomas TJ Loftin
Discussion and Book Signing

Public speaker, Wealth Coach, and now Author of “MONETIZING GENTRIFICATION”, THOMAS ‘TJ’ LOFTIN, is at the forefront of the current state of real estate and business development. During his 2018 tour, of the same namesake, he has traveled the country, multiple cities where he has personally observed and assessed the impacts of mass gentrification. A proven expert, he provides his strategic blueprint for attaining, sustaining, and GROWING legacy wealth!

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PS7 Middle Zoo Day

This Friday, the Sacramento Zoo will be on campus! Our science teachers are selecting 10 scholars from their grade levels to attend a session with the zoo from 9:00-10:00 am.

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Kathy Marshall “Finding Otho: The Search for Our Enslaved Williams Ancestors”
Discussion and Book Signing

Kathy Lynne Marshall’s lifelong infatuation with African culture was challenged when a DNA test revealed just how much European cream was in her African coffee. That sent her on an intensive search to find out more about her family’s diverse ancestry. Focusing on her maternal great-great-grandfather, Otho Williams, Kathy only knew he was born a slave in 1834 in Maryland. But who were his parents and his owner? Exactly where was his home?

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Joey Garcia’s “When Your Heart Breaks, It’s Opening to Love”
Discussion and Book Signing

Turn your heartbreak into happiness… Joey Garcia matches true stories of broken relationships with warm, wise advice that offers unexpected insights and prescriptions for healing. If you have been cheated on and you want to move forward, but don’t know how; if you feel like your world is disintegrating because the person you love has left you, or if you want closure, reading this book will help you emerge stronger and happier than you thought possible.

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Matt De La Pena / Christian Robinson “Last Stop on Market Street”
Discussion and Book Signing

Every Sunday after church, CJ and his grandma ride the bus across town. But today, CJ wonders why they don’t own a car like his friend Colby. Why doesn’t he have an iPod like the boys on the bus? How come they always have to get off in the dirty part of town? Each question is met with an encouraging answer from grandma, who helps him see the beauty—and fun—in their routine and the world around them.