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Create beautiful and colorful bouquets that won't wither or fade in this two hour workshop at Art From Scrap for adults. These gorgeous lifelike flowers can be used for table decorations, headbands, as Halloween costumes... the possibilities are endless!
Guest artist Sharon Nigh will teach you different paper flower techniques and then help you to create your own to take home.
Ariadne's Thread opens at the Art From Scrap Gallery on Friday, October 13, at 6:00 pm and will showcase the rich tradition of fiber arts. Colleen Darling, Syd McCutcheon, Mary Price, Marlene Ray, and Mary Stanley are among the diverse and talented group of artists exhibiting their work in this beautiful show.
Please join us for the reception and opening! Ariadne's Thread will grace the AFS Gallery walls from October 13 through Sunday, December 10, 2017.
December 1835: Richard Henry Dana and his shipmates attend festivities in Santa Barbara that lead up to the wedding of Anita De la Guerra, daughter of the Presidio's Comandante, to Alfred Robinson, the local representative for a hide and tallow trading company. They gather with the many friends and family members who come from far and near to begin the celebration. Enjoy this sharing of historic traditions from the sea, the missions and the Spanish ranchos, as described by Dana in his classic book, Two Years Before the Mast. Celebrate the season!
Opera Santa Barbara will present a series of free noontime concerts at Santa Barbara and Ventura County libraries through mid-April. Featuring the company’s Studio Artists singing a variety of operatic repertoire and musical theatre selections, the intimate concerts will take place at
The Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Explorer Program is recruiting new members.
Bendy White is running for mayor of Santa Barbara. Learn more about the positions he stands for in this in-depth interview.
Prepare to unleash your inner zombie and rise up alongside hundreds of other undead dancers from Santa Barbara’s Courthouse Sunken Garden in the annual Thrill the World performance, 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 28. Hosted by World Dance for Humanity, Santa Barbara dancers will be performing simultaneously with groups all over the world as part of a global event.
The Santa Barbara Police Department Traffic Unit will be conducting a DUI/Drivers License Checkpoint on Friday, September 29, 2017
Art Without Limits has furnished 63 artists and art groups with Fiscal Sponsorship over the last 9 years, allowing them to gain access to grants and tax-deductible donations for their projects under AWoL's 501(c)(3) nonprofit status.
Director, Julie McLeod, and Co-Director, Jodi McLeod, will cover the principles, policies, application process and forms used in being fiscally sponsored by AWoL. Different types of fiscal sponsorship will be explained including the one AWoL uses. We will also go over using fiscal sponsorship before applying for nonprofit status.
We are very excited to announce a new AWoL mentorship between Maestro, Nir Kabaretti, Music Director of the Santa Barbara Symphony, and Daniel Newman-Lessler, who recently earned his Masters of Music from the USC Thornton School of Music.
The Alzheimer’s Association invites the North Santa Barbara County community to unite in a movement to reclaim the future for millions by participating in the 2017 Santa Maria Walk to End Alzheimer’s®, presented by Edward Jones, this Saturday, Sept. 30 at Waller Park in Santa Maria. Registration will start at 8 a.m., with Promise Garden Ceremony at 9 a.m. and the Walk at 9:30 a.m. Gary Gross, the Santa Maria Volunteer Walk Committee Chair and the Alzheimer’s Association, partnered with local sponsors, businesses, and vendors, invite you to join us in this community event.
The agenda for the October 3, 2017, City Council Meeting has been posted.
This special section is a snapshot of the year’s fast-growth superstars, featuring both public and private companies in the Tri-Counties. This special section is accompanied by an evening reception to honor the winners on Thursday, October 19 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at MOXI, The Wolf Museum of Exploration & Innovation.
On Friday, CASA of Santa Barbara County will be receiving some much-needed backpacks and supplies for teens affected by abuse and/or neglect.
The backpacks are being donated by Guild Mortgage, as part of their All-In Guild Giving Campaign. Employees set a goal to fundraise for 30 backpacks for teens. CASA of Santa Barbara County Executive Director, Kim Colby Davis states, “It’s so amazing when our community comes together to support our kids.”
What is making an impact now in the festival space? We explore the techniques that festival directors are deploying amongst growing concerns that festivals have become too transactional. Is it the new offerings, a commitment to a cause or something deeper? Let’s peel back the onion.