Articles From : Edhat Staff

  • Hwy 101: Linden and Casitas Pass Project Update

    Here's the latest update on the Linden and Casitas Pass Project.

  • Santa Barbara Local Swims Across the Channel For Clean Water!

    Rachel G. Horn will brave the 19 mile swim across the Santa Barbara Channel to support clean water.

  • Vehicle Over Side of SR-154 Update

    [Update]: Man arrested for DUI in Highway 154 Collision.

     

  • Goleta’s Dam Dinner Celebrates its 5th Anniversary
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    Goleta’s Dam Dinner Celebrates its 5th Anniversary

    The 5th Annual Dam Dinner is Saturday, August 19, from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. at the Lake Los Carneros Dam! What began as a community celebration to share one’s love of Goleta has grown into a tradition for friends and neighbors to gather, enjoy each other’s company and meet new people.

  • Goleta Old Town Community Association Presents Superstoked!
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    Goleta Old Town Community Association Presents Superstoked!

    Enjoy a FREE summer concert on the lawn of the Goleta Valley Community Center this Wednesday night from 6-8 PM. The Goleta Old Town Community Association presents Superstoked for your musical enjoyment.

    Bring lawn chairs, picnics and friends and enjoy as the band performs upbeat party music full of energy. They’ve recently played Solstice and other venues here locally. The concert is free, and all seating is on the lawn of the Goleta Valley Community Center. Dancing is welcomed!

  • A Champion for Plants

    UCSB botanist Susan Mazer receives the Honorable John C. Pritzlaff Conservation Award from the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden.

  • John Andrew Fredrick Book Release
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    John Andrew Fredrick Book Release

    Join us as we help native Santa Barbarian John Andrew Fredrick celebrate the publication of his two new books, F**king Innocent & Your Caius Aquilla.

  • Keeping Indoor Air As Clean As Possible During Wildfire Season

    The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department encourages residents to prepare to keep indoor air as clean as possible, especially during wildfires.

  • Richard Charles Finn

    Richard Charles Finn (d. August 2, 2017)

  • SR-246 Sidewalk/Curb Project Continues

    The sidewalk and curb ramp project along SR-246 will continue next week with daytime lane closures in Buellton.

  • Santa Barbara in 1906

    An edhat subscriber found a historic photo of Santa Barbara from 1906.

  • DIJO Productions - A Walk in the Woods, 8/18-9/2
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    DIJO Productions - A Walk in the Woods, 8/18-9/2

    What: A Walk in the Woods by Lee Blessing

    Producer: DIJO Productions
    Further information and production photos available

    Synopsis: A Walk in the Woods tells the story of two diplomats, one an experienced Russian arms treaty negotiator (Ed Giron), the other an idealistic American (Bill Waxman). Based on a real incident, it portrays how these two men rediscover their humanity in an irrational world.

  • Brush Fire Contained Near Lompoc

    A brush fire was contained to just over 2 acres in Lompoc on Monday evening.

  • Antique Chair Reupholstering

    Can edhatters recommend someone to reupholster two antique chairs?

  • Governor Signs Jackson Bill To Help Veterans and Protect Public Safety

    Governor Jerry Brown has just signed a bill by Senator Jackson ensuring that veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder get the help they need sooner and more effectively.

  • NAMBA Works!
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    NAMBA Works!

    Join ALOFT Dancetheatre as they host NAMBA Works, a showcase of modern and contemporary dance, poetry and music on August 18, 2017 at 8 pm.  Direction and choreography by Ventura’s own Devin Fulton featuring work by Dani Beauchamp, Juli Farley, Stephen Guyette, Beth Megill, Friday Gretchen and Taylor Quinn. $20. Get your tickets at the door or reserve a seat by calling (805) 628-9250.

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    Organic Soup Kitchen Unveils New Website Launch

    Organic Soup Kitchen, a Santa Barbara nonprofit organization, has been refining its programs and impact on the community since 2009. The organization serves a broad range of diverse community members, including cancer patients, low-income seniors, at-risk women, veterans, and homebound individuals requesting delivery of nutritional organic meals.

    Organic Soup Kitchen, a Santa Barbara nonprofit organization, has been refining its programs and impact on the community since 2009. The organization serves a broad range of diverse community members, including cancer patients, low-income seniors, at-risk women, veterans, and homebound individuals ...
  • Santa Barbara Foresters at the World Series

    The Santa Barbara Foresters' lost their hopes of winning back to back World Series Championships on Friday, taking a 6-3 loss against the Everett Merchants.

  • American Heart Association to host a Heart Walk Kick-Off Event at the Marian Regional Medical Center
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    American Heart Association to host a Heart Walk Kick-Off Event at the Marian Regional Medical Center

    The American Heart Association as well as Santa Maria community members and business leaders will participate in a Heart & Stroke Walk kick-off event at the Marian Regional Medical Center (Teixeira Conference Room) in anticipation of the Santa Maria Heart & Stroke Walk. Complimentary lunch will be provided as attendees learn more about forming a team, recruiting team members and fundraising tips! The Heart Walk is sponsored locally by Marian Regional Medical Center, a Dignity Health hospital of the Central Coast.

  • Solar Eclipse Viewing Party Hosted by SB Museum of Natural History
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    Solar Eclipse Viewing Party Hosted by SB Museum of Natural History

    Day will turn into night when a rare celestial event takes over the sky later this month.

    The Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History invites families to “Experience the Eclipse,” a solar eclipse viewing on Monday, August 21. The event, which will be held at the Museum’s Palmer Observatory, starts at 9:00 a.m. and ends at 11:45 a.m.

    Visitors will be able to witness the sun’s corona illuminate from behind the moon using the Museum’s state-of-the-art 20-inch telescope. Museum guides will be on hand to provide astronomy information to guests.

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