Davis searches for local talent
Auditions for the first Davis’ Got Talent event are coming up.
The Community Services Department is looking for performers to audition on Saturday, Mar. 6. Twelve will be selected to compete on Saturday, Mar. 27 at the Veterans Memorial Theatre at 6 p.m.
The finalists will have a chance to win a grand prize of $200 and the opportunity to perform at the July 4 celebration. Residents of any age are encouraged to audition. Audition space, at $10 per audition, is limited.
For more information, call the city of Davis Community Services Department at 757-5626 or visit cityofdavis.org.
Residents recognize environmental contributions
The city is accepting nominations for this year’s Environmental Recognition Award.
Nominations can include an individual(s), business or non-profit organization that has contributed to Davis’ environmental quality of life.
Nominations will be accepted through Mar. 12, and award recipients will be selected at the Natural Resources Commission meeting. In April, Davis City Council will present the awards.
Last year, Sid England and John Mott-Smith won the Individual Category, Solano County Water Agency won the Non-Profit Category and Kiwi Tree took the Business Category.
For a nomination flyer, visit cityofdavis.org, city hall, the Public Works Department, or call 757-5686.
Fashion showcases organic clothing
Yeoman Organics will debut its new organic programs, along with six original, 100 percent organic pieces at a fashion show on Mar. 7 at The Graduate.
The student-run Yeoman company is known for “green” T-shirts and aims to create clothing that is environmentally friendly and socially responsible.
Presale tickets will be sold in Everson 129.
For more information, contact Joe Levy or Jackie Guilbault at 518-4197.
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