Articles From : Edhat Staff
Chaucer's Books is delighted to host Reverend Connie Tuttle as she comes to Santa Barbara to share her new book with us, A Gracious Heresy-- the Queer Calling of an Unlikely Prophet, released in July 2018.
Pacific Pride Foundation (PPF), providing programs and services to more than 10,000 people in Santa Barbara County, announces a Halloween benefit - “Frightful Fantasy” on Saturday, Oct. 27th.
Hosts Lisa and Mitchell Green will open their Montecito home for an outdoor Halloween benefit bash. The event will include frightful decor, dancing, creepy live performances, spooky speciality cocktails, themed appetizers and surprises throughout the night. Guests are encouraged to wear their most elaborate costumes for the costume contest which will include various categories and prizes.
17th Annual Santa Maria Empty Bowls Serves Fundraiser for Santa Barbara County Residents Facing Hunger
This annual event raises funds to help the Foodbank address hunger and malnutrition in the Santa Maria Valley. For a donation of $25, attendees select a hand-crafted ceramic bowl, enjoy a simple meal of
gourmet soup and bread, and take the bowl home as a reminder that the purpose of the event is to secure food for hungry people in our community.
Just prior to America’s involvement in World War II, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) called on the country to become “an arsenal of democracy,” to start producing war material to help defeat the Axis powers. Through first-hand accounts, declassified films, and period images, A City at War: Chicago explores how the Windy City answered that call, and how a friendship between FDR and Chicago mayor Ed Kelly helped to set everything in motion.
On Friday, October 12, NYC Brasshouse trio TOO MANY ZOOZ will perform at SOhO while out on their nationwide "Pug In A Tub" tour. The trio self defined "brasshouse" genre blends jazz, EDM, Afrobeat, Afro-Cuban, and ska elements into a performance that carries the frantic energy of the city from which they were formed.
“The Howling Faith is a female-fronted trio: Laura Ishida on vocals/bass, Danny Rodarte on guitars, and Jaime Ramirez on drums. The group is a reflection of what the City of Los Angeles tends to offer and also what it tends to avoid and overlook. A group with musical influences of 60’s instrumental legends (i.e. Thee Impalas, The Jaguars, Duane Eddy, Dick Dale), synthesized with the desert leanings of Calexico and 80’s Cowpunk, The Howling Faith is exercising that LA freedom while at the same time upsetting the musical cart of conformity.
As part of Lompoc’s ARTOBER, Flying Goat is hosting Katie Marie Artistry for a lively painting party inspired by Flying Goat wines. Katie will provide canvas, easels, paint, aprons, brushes, tables and painting material/ideas for each person to choose from. A glass of wine is included to release your inner artist.
Carpinteria Children’s Project (CCP) will host its seventh annual Family Health Fair on Thursday, October 11 from 3 – 6 pm, offering free health screenings for adults and children ages 3 months to twelve years of age at its campus in Carpinteria, 5201 8th Street.
Free Family Day on Sunday, October 28, 1 – 4 pm
The Santa Barbara Museum of Art (SBMA) presents a free family day in celebration of Día de los Muertos on Sunday, October 28, from 1 to 4 pm, in the Museum’s back plaza, Family Resource Center, and galleries. For the 29th year, the Museum honors the Mexican tradition of remembering the dead with a variety of family festivities including altar displays, art activities, live music, dance performances, and traditional Mexican refreshments. Admission to the family event and to the Museum is free.
Announcing the 5th Dia De Los Muertos Carpinteria Festival 2018
Sunday, November 4th, 4:00pm - 7:00pm
Parade, lead by Aztec Ceremonial Dancers 4:00 pm, beginning at the Carpinteria Train Station - ending at Giovanni's Parking lot.
Giant Paper Mache Puppets & Floats will adorn the Parade.
Face Painting from 2:30 – 4:00 at the Carpinteria Train Station. Public welcome to join.
Ice in Paradise is hosting the Fall Fling Recital this Saturday! Come out and see local figure skaters put on a great show, admission is just $5 at the door!
A man has suffered life-threatening critical injuries in a solo vehicle rollover on Highway 154 Wednesday morning.
A vehicle pursued by law enforcement collided with another vehicle on Highway 101 near Refugio State Beach causing both vehicles to roll over with occupants sustaining injuries.