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Former winemaker and manager of Oreana Winery, Christian Garvin, was sentenced to 8 years in State Prison for embezzlement and tax evasion.
Join William Peters, Director of the Shared Crossing Project, and Stephen Jones, Community Education Program Coordinator at Hospice Santa Barbara, for an interactive exploration of conscious, connected, and loving end-of-life experiences. In this 8-session group, participants will examine the Shared Crossing Spectrum© of experiences in a lively discussion format, including: Pre-death premonitions, Pre-death dreams/visions, Terminal lucidity, Deathbed coincidences, Shared death experience, Direct post-death communications, Post-death dreams/visions and Post-death synchronicities.
The Santa Barbara County Arts Commission hosts public open houses in each County Supervisory District to provide those constituents interested in arts and culture with an opportunity to meet their County Supervisor and Arts Commissioners and discuss a topic of interest related to the arts.
We would like to thank the Santa Barbara community for the overwhelming response to our grand opening we couldn’t have fit more people if we wanted to! The evening showed us all how many people are searching for a more mindful, conscious community. “Healing Hub santa barbara is a gathering space for mind, body, and spirit wellness…”
We are so excited to share our upcoming events at Healing Hub Santa Barbara.
Dance the night away at United Way of Santa Barbara County's (UWSBC) 21st Annual Red Feather Ball on Oct. 6 to benefit the nonprofit’s award-winning Fun in the Sun summer enrichment program and United for Literacy initiative.
The “Twilight on the Pacific” themed event will present local philanthropist Maryan Schall with the 2017 Abercrombie Community Excellence Award for her decades of outstanding service and generosity within the Santa Barbara community.
Four master planning public meetings are scheduled for San Marcos Park.
From Ayad Akhtar comes the “breathtaking, raw and blistering” play about the clash between modern culture and ancient faiths. The son of South Asian immigrants, Amir has worked hard to achieve the American Dream — complete with a successful career, a beautiful wife and $600 custom-tailored shirts.
The Benevolent Posse’s generous donation will be instrumental in allowing the Sheriff’s Office to continue the delivery of the Sheriff’s D.A.R.E. program to schools in our county.
A Conversation with John Burgee: The Architecture of Johnson/Burgee is a documentary exploring the life and work of American architect John Burgee. Host and executive producer Duncan Stroik sits down with John to discuss his partnership with Philip Johnson, the inspiration for their designs, and the impact of their projects on American architecture in the second half of the 20th century.
Please join John Burgee, Duncan Stroik, AIA Santa Barbara, and the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art Southern California Chapter for the premiere of the documentary.
WHO: Third District Supervisor Joan Hartmann
The public is invited to attend St. Mark’s-in-the-Valley Episcopal Church free “Blessing of the Animals” event on Sunday, October 8, 2017, gathering at 4:30 p.m. at the church located at 2901 Nojoqui Avenue in downtown Los Olivos. This blessing of the animals is conducted in remembrance of St. Francis of Assisi’s love for all creatures great and small on his feast day of October 4th.
Martin Asher, professor of economics and business, will speak about the interplay between fiscal and monetary policy in 2017 and beyond on Thursday, Oct. 12, at 5:30 p.m. at University Club, 1332 Santa Barbara St. The Westmont Downtown lecture, sponsored by the Westmont Foundation, is free and open to the public. No tickets are required; the limited seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, please call (805) 565-6051.
CASA of Santa Barbara County is pleased to announce that a new member has joined their team to help the many children in our community facing abuse and/or neglect. With nearly 300 children being served and a waiting list of more than 80, Don Deming is ready to help our volunteers be the voice for a child in need.