Articles From : Edhat Staff
UC Santa Barbara has come in number 2 in the county in the College Access Index due to its commitment to diversity.
Source: Goleta Library
The Goleta Library is now accepting reservation requests for the use of the Multipurpose Room gallery space for the calendar year 2018. Local non-profit and other group art organizations and associations are invited to submit requests for use of the display space for art exhibitions at the Goleta Library, a branch of the Santa Barbara Public Library System.
Source: County Board of Supervisors
The Santa Barbara County Recommended Fiscal Year 2017-18 Budget is posted on the County website for review. The County Board of Supervisors will make final decisions and adopt a $1.079 billion balanced budget during public hearings next month.
Overall, the total operating revenues grew by 5.8 percent and operating expenditures grew by 5.3 percent. Recommended staffing levels are reduced by 188 budgeted full time positions, not all currently filled, which is a 4.3 percent drop from the previous year.
The Community Environmental Council will present Santa Barbara City Council members with over 1,200 signatures and postcards in support of setting a goal of 100% renewable energy.
Source: Los Padres National Forest
Los Padres National Forest is observing National Trails Day with three volunteer community trail projects on Saturday, June 3. This marks the 25th year Los Padres has been involved with organizing local trail projects in conjunction with National Trails Day.
Source: Happy Canyon Vineyard
The 6th Annual SYV Polo Classic is returning to Piocho Ranch at Happy Canyon Vineyard in Santa Ynez, which offers a more spacious venue with the same smaller playing field and fast, action-packed polo. All guests are invited to dress for the occasion, with creative hats for the ladies encouraged.
Source: SB Village
Santa Barbara Village and the University Club of Santa Barbara announce, ‘Happy to Age 102: Studies from the Blue Zones’, presentation in the Empowered Aging Monthly Lecture Series. This series takes place on the second Tuesday of each month at the University Club and is free and open to the public. Seating is limited, so reservations must be made prior to the scheduled presentation.
A group of local seniors will get the chance to relive a high school rite of passage usually marked by black tie dinner jackets and extravagant evening gowns.