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  • Members’ Holiday Reception
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    Members’ Holiday Reception

  • Talk: On a Mission
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    Talk: On a Mission

  • Screening: Better Together
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    Screening: Better Together

  • Opening of Capturing the West: The Artistry of Josef Muench
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    Opening of Capturing the West: The Artistry of Josef Muench

    Join us for an exhibition highlighting the extraordinary work of Josef Muench.

    Capturing The West: The Artistry of Josef Muench

    The photographic landscapes of Josef Muench have earned worldwide acclaim. A native of Germany, this self-taught artist came to the U.S. in 1928 and settled in Santa Barbara two years later.

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    Opening of Capturing the West: The Artistry of Josef Muench

    Join us for an exhibition highlighting the extraordinary work of Josef Muench.

    Capturing The West: The Artistry of Josef Muench

    The photographic landscapes of Josef Muench have earned worldwide acclaim. A native of Germany, this self-taught artist came to the U.S. in 1928 and settled in Santa Barbara two years later.

  • Talk: Earliest Photos of Santa Barbara
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    Talk: Earliest Photos of Santa Barbara

  • Talk: Earliest Photos of Santa Barbara
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    Talk: Earliest Photos of Santa Barbara

    Local historian and avid photograph collector, John Woodward will speak at the Museum about the earliest photos of Santa Barbara.

    The photographic team of Edwin J. Hayward and Henry J. Muzzall produced the primary visual documentation of Santa Barbara in the 1870s. Among the most popular of the duo’s offerings were stereographs which allowed users to view images in 3-D, utilizing custom hand-held viewers.

    Wine reception to follow

  • History Happy Hour:  Fiesta History 101
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    History Happy Hour: Fiesta History 101

    In honor of the Fiesta season, join us for “History Happy Hour:”

    Fiesta History 101
    By Erin Graffy

    Location: Grassini Vineyards Tasting Room (El Paseo)

    Historian Erin Graffy will discuss the history of our town’s favorite five-day party, Old Spanish Days Fiesta.

    Free entry, no host wine.

  • La Fiesta del Museo
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    La Fiesta del Museo

    Santa Barbara Historical Museum invites you to celebrate the dance, culture, cuisine and costumes of Old Spanish Days.

    Featuring music and dance, a special historical show, world class performances, dancing under the moonlight with Elements Band, and much more.

    Don’t miss this unforgettable evening that includes an elegant dinner, hosted bar and exclusive auction.

    For sponsorship information contact membership@sbhistorical.org

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    La Fiesta del Museo

    Santa Barbara Historical Museum invites you to celebrate the dance, culture, cuisine and costumes of Old Spanish Days.

    Featuring music and dance, a special historical show, world class performances, dancing under the moonlight with Elements Band, and much more.

    Don’t miss this unforgettable evening that includes an elegant dinner, hosted bar and exclusive auction.

    For sponsorship information contact membership@sbhistorical.org

  • Historical Urban Hike: Fiesta!
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    Historical Urban Hike: Fiesta!

    In honor of Project Fiesta: A History of Old Spanish Days, join us for a HISTORICAL HIKE:

    Old Spanish Days: Santa Barbara History Through Public Art

    Historian Erin Graffy will lead a walking tour of downtown public art beginning at the Museum based on her award-winning book, Old Spanish Days: Santa Barbara History Through Public Art.

    RSVP required. Members are complimentary, guests $10.

  • History Happy Hour: Santa Barbara Celebrates!
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    History Happy Hour: Santa Barbara Celebrates!

  • Opening: Project Fiesta
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    Opening: Project Fiesta

    Celebrate the pageantry, fashion and traditions of our city’s most cherished cultural festival. The annual exhibition will feature vintage posters, artwork, clothing, artifacts, oral history and historical photos.

    Share your memories of Fiesta with us! Use the hashtag #fiestamemories or email us your photos and thoughts!

  • 1st Thursday After Hours Screening
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    1st Thursday After Hours Screening

    Join the Museum for their latest exhibitions after-hours. On view, guests can enjoy Trusted Treasures: Favorite Works of our Trustees which highlights from our art collection and The West-Dressed Woman: Highlights of the Costume Collection, which was recently on the cover of the Independent. Visitors can enjoy wine, music and more while also enjoying the permanent galleries dedicated to western artist Edward Borein and the Story of Santa Barbara.

    All galleries will be open from 5-7:00 pm.

  • History Happy Hour: The Way It Was
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    History Happy Hour: The Way It Was

  • 1st Thursday
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    1st Thursday

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    1st Thursday

    After-hours Museum exploration.

    Explore our latest exhibitions including Before The Selfie: The Gledhill Portrait Collection and our permanent exhibitions, the Edward Borein Gallery and The Story of Santa Barbara.

    Free admission. All ages welcome!

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    1st Thursday

    After-hours Museum exploration.

    Explore our latest exhibitions including Before The Selfie: The Gledhill Portrait Collection and our permanent exhibitions, the Edward Borein Gallery and The Story of Santa Barbara.

    Free admission. All ages welcome!

  • 1st Thursday After Hours Screening
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    1st Thursday After Hours Screening

    Gaviota: The End of Southern California explores one of the most threatened biodiversity hotspots in the world. Filmed over five years, this film leads audiences from the ocean floor of the Santa Barbara Channel to the peaks of the jagged Santa Ynez Mountains (42 minutes).

    Also, the Museum’s exhibitions will be open for viewing including Project Fiesta: A History of Old Spanish Days, Before The Selfie: The Gledhill Portraits, and the Museum’s permanent exhibition of western art, The Edward Borein Gallery.

    FREE. All ages welcome.

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