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Sharing their story

PHOTO BY JOE PAYNE

Sharing their story

The Poetic Justice Project presents its latest production, a one-time only show titled Time Will Tell, featuring several actors from the organization who will share their stories of incarceration. The play is created by the actors and will include Leonard Flippen (pictured left), Caroline Hitch (pictured right), Jorge Manly, Frank Souza, Morry Talaugon, and Guillermo Willie. The show is June 24 at 7 p.m. at the Unity Chapel of Light, 1165 Stubblefield Road, Orcutt. $15. More info: 1-800-838-3006 or poeticjusticeproject.org.

Family fun

PHOTO COURTESY OF DENNIS SMITHERMAN

Family fun

The Santa Maria Recreation and Parks Department along with the People for Leisure and Youth Inc. (PLAY Inc.) begin this summer’s free Movies in the Park event with a screening of the classic kid adventure movie The Goonies, on June 25 at dusk at Rotary Centennial Park, 2625 S. College Drive, Santa Maria. More info: 925-0951, Ext. 2260, or cityofsantamaria.org.

Indie kids

PHOTO COURTESY OF FAIRGROUND SAINTS

Indie kids

Standing Sun Live welcomes acoustic indie pop songsters The Fairground Saints on their West Coast tour on June 24 at 7:30 p.m. at the winery. The trio will perform their harmonious and rhythmic music live at Standing Sun Winery, located at 92 2nd St., suite D, Buellton. $12. More info: 691-9413 or standingsunwines.com.