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The Mental Health Arts Festival is an important and much anticipated event by artists living with mental illness and the Santa Barbara community at large. This year marks the festival’s 25th anniversary! This free community event will feature the talent of approximately 70 local artists who will exhibit paintings, drawings, sculpture, jewelry, arts and crafts and much more!
Gather your friends and family for the free 4th of July concert at 5 p.m. in the Santa Barbara Courthouse Sunken Garden. Presented by the West Coast Symphony Orchestra, the special event will feature pieces from Composer Peter Boyer's Ellis Island: The Dream of America, the world premiere preview of David Stern’s finale to his “Neo Romantic Violin Concerto,” and other patriotic favorites.
Date: Thursday, July 4, 2019
Time: 5 p.m.
Location: Santa Barbara Courthouse Sunken Garden, 1100 Anacapa St.
Local organizations will come together to celebrate Independence Day during the 56th annual Fourth of July Parade, presented by Pierre Claeyssens Veterans Foundation. The parade begins at 1 p.m. at Micheltorena and State streets and travels down State to Cota Street.
Date: Tuesday, July 4, 2019
Time: 1 p.m.
Location: State Street from Micheltorena to Cota streets.
Visit www.pcvf.org for more information or call (805) 259-4394.
United Way of Santa Barbara County honored the commitment of its planned giving society May 29 during the 34th annual Heritage Club gathering.
Roll up your sleeves and join an expected 1,000 volunteers during United Way of Santa Barbara County’s (UWSBC) 28th Annual Day of Caring. Teams and individuals from all walks of life will come together for the largest single-day volunteer event in the Tri-Counties to carry out a variety of service projects throughout Santa Barbara, Carpinteria and Goleta.
Former world champion surfer Shaun Tomson will share his personal experiences coping with loss and will discuss the importance of hope and purpose during the grief process June 5th at “The Light Shines Ahead” luncheon, hosted by Compassionate Care of Carpinteria (CCC), an initiative of Hospice of Santa Barbara.
Fratelli, A Men’s Chorus, Santa Barbara’s chorus of gay men and their allies, will present its highly-anticipated Spring Concert "Why We Sing!" Friday, May 17 at the First United Methodist Church in downtown Santa Barbara.
Fratelli’s Spring Concert, the culmination of their seventh season, is centered around brotherhood, friendship, and belonging. Members of the group, gay and straight, span five generations and include parents, grandparents, professionals and students.
This Memorial Day, join the Pierre Claeyssens Veterans Foundation (PCVF) at the Santa Barbara Cemetery as we remember those who gave the greatest sacrifice for our country. The ceremony will include a patriotic program featuring the Santa Barbara Choral Society, bagpipers, and special guest appearance by Sgt. Major John L. Canley, USMC, ret., most recent recipient of the Medal of Honor.
Seating areas and free parking will be provided.