SCCC is proud to announce that our 2012 Summer Activities Guide is available to the public.
Our activities guide features information about lots of what's going on here at the Community Cultural Center: events, classes, meetings, and more!
The guided is printed three times per year (Summer, Fall and Winter/Spring) and is a good reference when information is not available online.
Download Our Current Summer Activities Guide or pick one up or at our office at 390 Morris St. Sebastopol, during our office hours.
The Activities Guide printed publication schedule is as follows:
- Winter/Spring Guide - Available December 1
- Summer Guide - Available May 1
- Fall Guide - Available August 1
If you are interested in advertising your business the Sebastopol Community Cultural Centers Activties Guide, please contact Thea McDonald-Abbot at email@example.com.
MAY 15 - Express Station will reopen at the library
Annex Conference Room, 425 Morris Street until May 11
Tuesday: 10 - 6 pm
Wednesday: 10 - 8 pm
Thursday: 10 - 6 pm
Friday: 10 - 6 pm
SCCC is proud to announce that our Summer Activities Guide is available to the public. Our activities guide features information about lots of what's going on here at the Community Cultural Center: events, classes, meetings, and more! The guided is printed three times per …
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Final artwork due date 4/1/11.
SCCC is proud to announce that our Winter/Spring Activities Guide available to the public. The guide features information about upcoming events, classes, and more! Stop by the SCCC office at 300 Morris St to pick one up.
Sebastopol Community Cultural Center
Announces End to Celtic Festival
Sebastopol, November 1, 2010--At a recent meeting, the board of directors of the Sebastopol Community Cultural Center voted to no longer host the Sebastopol Celtic World Music Festival. The board decided that the festival is simply not sustainable, and the difficulties inherent in subsidizing it outweigh the benefits in the current economic climate. Therefore, the center will not host the Festival in 2011 or beyond...Learn More