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  • Fernald Mansion Tour
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    Fernald Mansion Tour

    Admission is Free for members and students, $10 otherwise

  • Art for 805: A Exhibition of Miniatures To Heal Our Community
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    Art for 805: A Exhibition of Miniatures To Heal Our Community

    The Santa Barbara Historical Museum invites you to the debut of a fundraising
    exhibition, to support Direct Relief. The exhibition celebrates our collective resilience
    following the tragic wildfires and mudslides that devastated our community.

    Opening Event
    Thursday, May 3
    5:30 pm
    Santa Barbara Historical Museum
    Gallery open for 1st Thursday 5-8 pm

  • Railroad Depots: A Southern Pacific Collection
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    Railroad Depots: A Southern Pacific Collection

    Jean-Guy Dubé will speak about his new book, Railroad Depots: A Southern Pacific Collection.

    Free for Members, Guests $5
    Reservation required to reception@sbhistorical.org

    Awarded the national Leicester B. Holland Prize for 2017 by the National Park Service and Library of Congress, professional draftsman and apprenticing architect Jean-Guy Dubé has researched and written about Southern Pacific depots since 1983.

  • Women’s History Month: The Search for the Real Saint Barbara
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    Women’s History Month: The Search for the Real Saint Barbara

    Erin is an award-winning copywriter, author, historian and biographer. Her books, articles, and monographs have covered a range of topics from business marketing to psychology to medical research, from social commentary to humor and history.

  • Women’s History Month: A Talk by Sharon Hoshida
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    Women’s History Month: A Talk by Sharon Hoshida

    About the Speaker:

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    Women’s History Month: A Talk by Sharon Hoshida

    About the Speaker:

  • Florestal, Then and Now – An Architecture, Garden and Family Chronicle
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    Florestal, Then and Now – An Architecture, Garden and Family Chronicle

    Florestal: Then and Now
    An Architecture, Garden and Family Chronicle

    A presentation by Marc Appleton at the historic Lobero Theatre

    Wednesday, April 18
    5 pm Reception (Lobero tent)
    6 pm Talk (Lobero Theatre)

    General Admission Tickets:
    $25/per person available now at lobero.org

    Patron Tickets:
    $200/ per person include VIP seating at the Lobero Theatre and dinner at Wine Cask (and a special gift!) following the talk.
    To purchase call the Museum at 805.966.1601 or click HERE.

  • Florestal, Then and Now – An Architecture, Garden and Family Chronicle
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    Florestal, Then and Now – An Architecture, Garden and Family Chronicle

    Florestal: Then and Now
    An Architecture, Garden and Family Chronicle

    A presentation by Marc Appleton at the historic Lobero Theatre

    Wednesday, April 18
    5 pm Reception (Lobero tent)
    6 pm Talk (Lobero Theatre)

    General Admission Tickets:
    $25/per person available now at lobero.org

    Patron Tickets:
    $200/ per person include VIP seating at the Lobero Theatre and dinner at Wine Cask (and a special gift!) following the talk.
    To purchase call the Museum at 805.966.1601 or click HERE.

  • Women’s History Month Talk – Remarkable Women of California
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    Women’s History Month Talk – Remarkable Women of California

    In honor of Women’s History Month the Museum will host a series of talks to inspire you. Join us for a talk by Marilyn Chandler DeYoung who will discuss her book, Remarkable Women of California. The book highlights the most illustrious, talented and provocative women of the Golden State.

  • Women’s History Month Talk – Testimonios: Early California through the Eyes of Women
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    Women’s History Month Talk – Testimonios: Early California through the Eyes of Women

    In honor of Women’s History Month the Museum will host a series of talks to inspire you. Join us for a talk by Rose Marie Beebe and Robert Senkewicz, authors of the book Testimonios: Early California through the Eyes of Women, 1815-1848.

  • Women’s History Month Talk – Testimonios: Early California through the Eyes of Women
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    Women’s History Month Talk – Testimonios: Early California through the Eyes of Women

    In honor of Women’s History Month the Museum will host a series of talks to inspire you. Join us for a talk by Rose Marie Beebe and Robert Senkewicz, authors of the book Testimonios: Early California through the Eyes of Women, 1815-1848.

  • Opening- Only The Oaks Remain
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    Opening- Only The Oaks Remain

    Opening February 1, 2018

    Only the Oaks Remain: The Story of Tuna Canyon Detention Station tells the true stories of those targeted as dangerous enemy aliens and imprisoned in the Tuna Canyon Detention Station, located in the Tujunga neighborhood of Los Angeles, by the US Department of Justice during World War II.

    Photographs, letters, and diaries bring the experiences of prisoners—who included Japanese, German, and Italian immigrants and Japanese Peruvians—to life.

  • Screening – “6 Generations”
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    Screening – “6 Generations”

    Back by popular demand! Enjoy a free screening of 6 Generations, a documentary film by Chumash Elder Ernestine de Soto and Dr. John Johnson, in conjunction with the Museum’s exhibition, Sacred Art in the Age of Contact.

  • 1st Thursday – Sacred Art in the Age of Contact & Missions In Watercolor
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    1st Thursday – Sacred Art in the Age of Contact & Missions In Watercolor

    Visit our latest exhibition for the final after hours opportunity.

    Sacred Art in the Age of Contact: Chumash and Latin American Traditions in Santa Barbara explores the relationship between art and religion in both Chumash and Latin American traditions in the early Mission period in Santa Barbara.

    Visitors can also experience the Museum’s second temporary exhibition, Missions in Watercolor by Edwin Deakin along with the permanent exhibitions, The Story of Santa Barbara and the Edward Borein Gallery.

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