Articles From : Edhat Staff
Rev. Karen Wylie will offer her monthly half-day retreat at Meditation Mount on Saturday, October 21, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The topic will be “Discovering the ‘Authentic Self’ within.”
“We have the power within us to create the lives of our dreams,” Rev. Karen says, “but all the preparation takes place within the silence of our own soul.” Take a morning to touch down into that inner space of stillness, power, and peace while experiencing the tranquil grounds of Meditation Mount.
Three teen-focused organizations will join together to host a forum for Santa Barbara mayoral candidates this month. The event, which is open to all attendees, will be held at the Louise Lowry Davis Center on Monday, October 16 from 6:00 – 8:00pm, and is being organized by the Santa Barbara Youth Council, the Police Activities League Youth Leadership Council, and Future Leaders of America.
The Lone Woman of San Nicolas Island documentary premiered in front of a sold-out crowd at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History on Monday, October 2nd. After the screening, the audience had the opportunity to hear from filmmaker Paul Goldsmith and engage in a discussion about the film and book with an expert panel that also included an archaeologist, an historian and a Chumash elder.
The Coast Guard medevaced a 31-year-old diver from a vessel near Santa Barbara Island on Tuesday.
The Carpinteria Valley Chamber of Commerce will host a Legislative Breakfast on Friday, November 3rd, 8:00 - 9:30AM at Rincon Beach Club.
Featured speakers include 1st District Supervisor Das Williams and Mayor Fred Shaw. 1st District Supervisor Williams will give a County Cannabis Update and discuss the Libraries and County Budget. City of Carpinteria Mayor Shaw will give a City Update.
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 in Santa Barbara. Colleen Darling, Syd McCutcheon, Mary Price, Maureen Ray, Sukey Buchanan, and Mary Stanley are among the diverse and talented group of artists exhibiting their work in this beautiful show.
The building at the corner of State and De La Guerra that holds the "flagship" Starbucks store has been sold to the Hayes Commercial Group.
The Central Library is asking local artists to bring in ready-to-hang artwork for one-person art shows.
“Artists for Angel Martinez” a Benefit Concert for Angel’s Campaign for Mayor
SANTA BARBARA, CA – Singer, songwriter, and prolific performer Kenny Loggins, has donated his talents for many local Santa Barbara charities, has put together an amazing lineup to perform at SOhO with singer Lois Mahalia, singer/songwriter/guitarist/
The Santa Barbara Public Library is offering resources in preparation for the upcoming Medicare Open Enrollment period.
Prosecutors from across the U.S. oppose legislation that would remove regulations on gun silencers.
In wake of the shootings in Las Vegas, the Santa Barbara County Sheriff offered its condolences and released a video of their active shooter training.
A recent grassroots effort has reinvigorated a longstanding Santa Barbara tradition on the brink of vanishing – the Saturday Fishermen’s Market on the City Pier in the harbor. The market is one of only a handful of surviving fishermen’s markets along the West Coast of the U.S. “This is a unique market - one of the few ways for the public to talk with fishermen, hear about life on the water, learn cooking tips and access the freshest local seafood available” said Paul Teall, a fisherman and vendor at the market.