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  • Public workshop for coastal resiliency project
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    Public workshop for coastal resiliency project

    PUBLIC WORKSHOPS FOR THE COUNTY’S COASTAL RESILIENCY PROJECT

    The first of several public workshops is scheduled for Thursday, August 31 in Carpinteria to discuss potential impacts to the County’s coastline from sea level rise. 

    More workshops will be held in the Goleta and Gaviota areas in September. The Long Range Planning Division of the County Planning & Development Department is hosting the workshops.  

  • Bank Robbery Suspect Fatally Shot by Sheriff's Deputy

    [Update]: The Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office released the identity of the bank robbery suspect who was fatally injured in an officer involved shooting on Tuesday.

  • August Old Town Goleta Update

    Here is your monthly update on the happenings in Old Town.

  • Music in the Garden, a Benefit for African Women Rising
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    Music in the Garden, a Benefit for African Women Rising

    Africa Women Rising will host Music in the Garden to be held Saturday, September 9, 2017, starting at 5:30 PM at 801 Cold Spring Road, Santa Barbara.

  • UCSB Milestone Conference: Expanding Bridges, Overcoming Walls
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    UCSB Milestone Conference: Expanding Bridges, Overcoming Walls

    The conference will feature top scholars and policymakers from Mexico and the United States to initiate dialogue on state-of-the-art research, policy initiatives and current events in immigration, trade, and U.S.-Mexico relations. Additionally, CA Attorney General Xavier Becerra, Congressman Salud Carbajal, CA-24, and former Speaker of the California State Assembly Fabian Núñez will be delivering keynote addresses.

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    Recap of recent Discussion on ADU with State Senator Bob Wieckowski

    This is a recap of the discussion on ADU (Accessory Dwelling Units) with State Senator Bob Wieckowski on August 11th, 10 am - 12 noon at the New Vic Theater.

    This is a recap of the discussion on ADU (Accessory Dwelling Units) with State Senator Bob Wieckowski on August 11th, 10 am - 12 noon at the New Vic Theater. California Senate Bill No. 1069 came into effect on January 1, 2017.  This law encourages the creation of small, second dwelling units ...
  • "Beat the Heat" in September $30 Package Deal for Cats

    In an effort to promote responsible pet ownership and prevent unwanted litters of kittens, the Responsible Pet Ownership Alliance is holding its annual “Beat the Heat” spay/neuter campaign.

  • Sam Baker at Lobero!
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    Sam Baker at Lobero!

    Acclaimed songwriter Sam Baker will perform Sept. 16 at the Lobero Theatre in Santa Barbara, California.

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    Peter Guber and BigSpeak Announce Exclusive Representation Partnership

    BigSpeak, the leading full-spectrum speakers bureau, representing the world's finest motivational speakers, keynote speakers, business consultants, experts, and trainers, today announced a dynamic new partnership with renowned professional sports team owner and media and technology entrepreneur, Peter Guber. BigSpeak will represent Peter Guber exclusively for all keynote speaking engagements, consulting, and corporate training.

    BigSpeak, the leading full-spectrum speakers bureau, representing the world's finest motivational speakers, keynote speakers, business consultants, experts, and trainers, today announced a dynamic new partnership with renowned professional sports team owner and media and technology entrepreneur, Pet ...
  • Save Lives Before Labor Day at United Blood Services

    Approaching Labor Day weekend, the Central Coast-area blood supply is currently more than 150 units below the ideal level.

  • David Lindley at Lobero!
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    David Lindley at Lobero!

    Throughout this long and distinguished career, David Lindley has been one of the world’s most in demand session musicians, lending his skills to the recorded works of Bob Dylan, Rod Stewart, Linda Ronstadt, Crosby, Stills and Nash, Warren Zevon, Ben Harper and many others. On record and in performance, David Lindley and Jackson Browne have a musical association reaching back almost 40 years. David’s legendary stringed-instrument virtuosity has been showcased on many of Browne’s albums. 

  • The Disaster Expert

    UCSB’s James Caesar relies on communication and planning when responding to campus emergencies; and now he’s been rewarded for it.

  • Spot Fire in Goleta Contained

    A brush fire in the creek behind Marvilla in Goleta was fully contained on Wednesday afternoon.

  • Amber Alert Vehicle Spotted?

    Scanner traffic is stating a vehicle matching the Amber Alert was seen in Santa Barbara. Any more info?

  • Family 1st Thursday at SBMA
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    Family 1st Thursday at SBMA

    Bring the whole family and enjoy 1st Thursday together in SBMA’s Family Resource Center located across from the Museum Cafe on the Lower Level. Museum Teaching Artists assist families in creating special exhibition-based art projects. Afterwards, enjoy the galleries until 8 pm. 

  • Black Bear Euthanized After Seen on Rincon Beach

    A black bear was euthanized after wandering down to Rincon Point on Saturday.

  • Actress Pleads Guilty to Highway 154 DUI Collision

    A soap opera actress pleaded guilty last week to DUI charges in connection with a head-on collision on Highway 154 last year.

  • Free Eyeglasses Donated to Carpinteria Children

    Free eyeglasses and eye care will be provided to Carpinteria children thanks to a group of locals who gathered for dinner. 

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    Art at the JCC Presents: Santa Barbara Art Association Exhibit 2017

    In partnership with the Santa Barbara Art Association (SBAA), Art at the JCC will host a juried show at the Bronfman Family Jewish Community Center from September 1-October 24, 2017. The show will feature a mix of approximately one hundred works from various genres submitted by SBAA members and selected by Judge Frank Goss, formerly of the reputable Sullivan Goss – An American Gallery.

    In partnership with the Santa Barbara Art Association (SBAA), Art at the JCC will host a juried show at the Bronfman Family Jewish Community Center from September 1-October 24, 2017. The show will feature a mix of approximately one hundred works from various genres submitted by SBAA members and ...
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    Apply for Funding

    We invite community groups to apply for funding.

    As a reminder, our Fall 2017 Grant Cycle is now open. Our two remaining free grant application workshops are coming up tomorrow and Thursday evenings in Santa Maria and Santa Barbara, respectively.

    The Fund for Santa Barbara is a nonprofit community foundation that supports organizations working for social, economic, environmental and political change in Santa Barbara County. Since 1980, The Fund has awarded over $5 million to more than 1,000 projects.

    We invite community groups to apply for funding. As a reminder, our Fall 2017 Grant Cycle is now open. Our two remaining free grant application workshops are coming up tomorrow and Thursday evenings in Santa Maria and Santa Barbara, respectively. The Fund for Santa Barbara is a nonprofit commu ...
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