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Moving Miss Daisy’s Consignments & Auction House has moved into the Sears building in the La Cumbre Plaza and is offering a partnership to local nonprofits.
NatureTrack’s Documentary “The Accessible Outdoors” Chosen for SLO Film Festival Program April 26 – May 1, 2022
“We’re thrilled beyond belief to have our film screen so close to the home base of NatureTrack in Los Olivos,” enthused the Golden Cage filmmaking team Mitchka Saberi and Francisco Lopez along with Sue Eisaguirre who founded NatureTrack. Sue was the protagonist to getting the film rolling. The Accessible Outdoors (TAO) got the nod it was accepted as part of the 28th SLO Film Festival and will screen In-Person on Thursday, April 27 at the Downtown Center Cinemas at noon. Playing with TAO in person are The Journey and Someone Will Assist You Shortly to make up a tidy 40-minute sitting.
This is your Invitation to Experience Freedom Trax with NatureTrack this coming Sunday, March 13, 2022, from noon to 4 pm at Gaviota State Beach.
Come join La LoCA Milonga for its first show of 2022 produced by Alejandra Folguera, Geraldine Freitag and Matias Requena. Tangos and Songs in Black & White, featuring Luis Lima, Camila Lima & Ruy Folguera.
On Saturday, February 12, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. at Buena Onda + Empanadas, 724 Haley Street, Santa Barbara, 93103.
$30 cover supports the artists and the work of nonprofit NomadTango, sponsor of La LoCA Milonga. Reservations online with Venmo or PayPal https://linktr.ee/lalocamilonga
The Accessible Outdoors, the new short live-action documentary presented by a local nonprofit, garnered its’ first award at the Hollywood Independent Filmmaker Awards & Festival.
WHO: The Rhythmic Arts Project - TRAP
WHAT: The 23rd Annual TRAP Benefit featuring Pockets
With Táta Vega, Carl Graves, Eddie Tuduri, Chris Pinnick,
Jimmy Calire, Steve Nelson, Bill Bodine with a 4-piece horn section, and Rick Geragi. Surprise second drummer Just Announced ~ Grammy-award winning Vinnie Colaiuta, Luis Conte and Tony Braunagel will join the joyful noise on stage.
La LoCA Milonga Featuring Hugo Satorre on Bandoneon
Live music, dancing, food & drink – All outdoors
La Loca Milonga and the Santa Barbara Tango community team up again to bring you another installment of the highly successful cycle of Live Music and Dancing at Buena Onda.
What is a bandoneon? It looks like an overgrown concertina! Hear the love story between tango and the bandoneon instrument as expertly played by the Latin Grammy nominee Hugo Satorre.
POP-UP PROGRAM – NatureTrack Film Festival
Diverse Menu of Subjects in 30 New Films
LIVE on Saturday October 16 from 9am to 11pm
Enjoy Day in the Country Activities with a Dose of Fabulous Nature Films
Paid edhat subscribers have a chance to win a pair of virtual tickets to this event! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org by October 15th for the chance to win. Winners will be notified by email.
NatureTrack Film Festival (NTFF) will be online from October 17 through 31 – that's 15 days -- allowing cinephiles a chance to view more than 70 of the best nature films available today!
Come experience LaLoCA Milonga's Cinema Tango! Enjoy dancing, live music, food and drink, at Buena Onda & Empanadas. Presented by Geraldine Freitag, Matias Requena and Alejandra Folguera. Featuring composer Ruy Folguera and vocalist Camila Lima. Ruy & Ale are siblings!
With its motto “Igniting Passion for Nature Through Film” the 4th annual NatureTrack Film Festival (NTFF), an all-nature related film festival is ready for everyone to enjoy in a hybrid way. Taking place in person for one day (running concurrently with Los Olivos’ “Day in the Country”) and then expanding the online time for two weeks to view the award-winning films from the first three years combined with new, carefully curated, documentaries. Founder Sue Eisaguirre said, “By increasing the time online, it will allow our audience to access more films.
The nearly landlocked Sea of Okhotsk (pronounced aa·kowts·uhk) in the Russian Far East, is little known outside of Russia and seldom visited by westerners. Remaining frozen much of the year, the winter storms make it an inhospitable place, but the “Sea of Hunters” as it is translated, provides a clue to the abundance of wildlife found there. Despite historical exploitation of the wildlife, marine mammals and seabirds still thrive there in huge numbers. One small island is packed with an estimated seven million birds.
Something special happens when a river meets an ocean. Freshwater rivers and streams flow from inland to mix with salty ocean water, creating a unique habitat called an estuary. Estuaries, and the wetlands and bays that surround them, are some of the most productive areas in the world for birds, other wildlife, and humans. Presenter Andrea Jones will focus on California’s coasts and estuaries, which are part of the Pacific Flyway–the migratory bird highway stretching from the Arctic to Patagonia, supporting nearly a billion birds.
This year’s theme is:
“The ultimate measure of a person is not where they stand in moments of comfort and convenience, but where they stand at times of challenge and controversy”
– Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Live Streamed from www.mlksb.org and MLKCommitteeSB Facebook page
Monday, January 18, 2021, 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
WATER IS LIFE – DOZENS OF FILMS IN NATURETRACK FILM FESTIVAL 2020 PROVE IT
Once Local Only Festival Will Now Go Worldwide in Its First Virtual Edition
Plan to Spend Ten Days in Nature October 9 through 18
Los Olivos, Calif. (July 30, 2020)— Dozens of documentaries and short films from 21 countries, in both live and animated form, will be screened virtually at the third annual NatureTrack Film Festival (NTFF). From exhilarating and adrenaline inducing, to wonderous and spectacular, from heart-breaking to hope-filled, discover inspiring stories from passionate filmmakers about the world we live in and share with the other animals on earth.