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Honors

The Heart of New House Award was presented to John Caruso

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Architecture

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ArchitecTours to highlight Design Excellence

Portrait of Edward Borein by William Spencer Bagdatopoulos

In This Issue

People

Calendar... 9-13*

Movies... 9

Nuclear Age Peace Foundation names new president

New Business

London Symphony

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Community News. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, 8 Sigrid Toye: Harbor Voice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 John Palminteri’s Community VOICE. . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Harlan Green: Economic Voice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Community Market. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-23 SBAOR President Brian Johnson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Being a Welcoming Community. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Galleries & Art Venues. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 5 - *2 7 * Español y Inglés

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New Exhibit

Borein and His Circle of Friends

Cowboy Artist Ed Borein and 20 Western and SB Artists

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The annual fundraiser and celebration of 1st Responders was held last weekend

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Barbara family who wishes to remain anonymous. They are displayed in the Museum’s permanent Edward Borein Gallery, which Miller curated in 2017, and depict scenes of cowboys herding cattle, Native Americans on horseback, vaqueros, stagecoaches, bucking broncos, and other Western scenes.

“Few painters associated with Santa Barbara were Among Borein’s “Circle of as respected and revered as Friends” with works on view Edward Borein,” writes guest in the Sala and Corner Gallery curator is William Marlene R. Spencer Borein was one of Miller, an Bagdatopoulos, acknowledged whose 1940 the last artists to authority on portrait of Borein’s work. Borein greets capture the Old “His adult life visitors at West from personal began just as the exhibit the American entrance. experience. frontier was Childe Hassam, – Marlene R. Miller, disappearing, who first and he was encouraged Curator one of the Borein to last artists to become an capture the Old West from etcher, is represented by a 1927 personal experience.” etching of Borein standing near his studio. On view for the first time Alexander Harmer, one of the first major artists to settle in Santa Barbara, built studios near the site of today’s From the Collection of Santa Barbara Historical Museum, Gift of Reginald W. Vaughan

are more than twenty recently conserved and reframed watercolors by Borein, on loan from the collection of a Santa

Navajo Horsemen in the Chin-Lee Valley by Carl Oscar Borg (1879–1947)

A Long Line of Cattle, Watercolor, by Edward Borein (1872–1945)

Historical Museum, where Borein and his bride Lucile lived when they first moved to Santa Barbara. Other occupants of the Harmer Complex included exhibit artists Colin Campbell Cooper, a dean at Santa Barbara School for the Arts; Thomas Moran, famed for paintings from the 1871 survey of Yellowstone; and Clarence Mattei (his father built Mattei’s Tavern), whose portrait of Borein’s friend Santa Barbara News-Press publisher Thomas M. Storke hangs in the exhibit. In addition to Cooper, several exhibit artists were Borein’s colleagues at the School of the Arts including Frank Morley Fletcher (its director, who hired Borein to teach etching), Fernand Lungren (among the school’s founders), Bagdatopoulos, Carl Oscar Borg, John Gamble, Albert Herter, and DeWitt Parshall. Local scenery is seen in Alexis Podchernikoff ’s 1926 painting of San Marcos Pass, and in William Louis Otte’s oil of eucalyptus trees. Works by artists in the Western genre include those by Joe De Yong, Maynard Dixon, Clyde Forsythe, Frank Tenney Johnson, Fernand Lungren, Charles Marion Russell, and James Swinnerton. An exhibit catalogue is available for purchase, as is a new book Edward Borein: Etched by the West by B. Byron Price. Published by the Museum, it describes Borein’s path from itinerant vaquero to successful illustrator to revered recorder and interpreter of the vanishing West. The author speaks and

From the Collection of the Karges Family Trust Carmel, CA

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ITH THE OPENING OF BOREIN AND HIS CIRCLE OF FRIENDS, the Santa Barbara Historical Museum honors Edward Borein, one of Santa Barbara’s most celebrated citizens and artists, and his many artist friends.

By Julia McHugh Special to VOICE

Wild Horses of Nevada, 1927 by Maynard Dixon (1875–1946) From the Collection of Palm Springs Art Museum, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Magee

A Santa Barbara Cowboy Artist and His Friends

Courtesy of a Santa Barbara family collection

New exhibit

Valley Cloud Shadows in Monument Valley by James Swinnerton (1875–1974)

signs books at the Museum on October 20, one of several public programs scheduled in conjunction with the exhibit.

Borein and His Circle of Friends is on view through January 22, 2022. The Historical Museum is located at 136 East De la Guerra Street. Admission is free. Visit www.sbhistorical.org for more information.


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The Granada Theatre, The Santa Barbara Symphony, and

State Street Ballet Presents

The Thatcher School Dining Pavilion

2021 ArchitecTours Invites Community to Celebrate Design Excellence

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By Daisy Scott, VOICE

RANTING SPECIAL INSIGHT INTO LOCAL ARCHITECTURAL BEAUTY AND UTILITY, the American Institute of Architects Santa Barbara Chapter’s ArchitecTours are returning for their 12th season this fall. Hosted virtually between 9am-3:30pm Saturday, October 2nd, this year’s event emphasizes the theme “Design Excellence” by highlighting six unique structures across Santa Barbara, Goleta, and Ojai. In doing so, the organization will showcase projects that reflect 21st century needs and ideals, including demonstrating sustainability and equitable housing solutions. “We can be really thoughtful and intentional about our responsibility to what it means to live in the 21st century and to not take away from other people’s access when we decide to make something beautiful,” explained ArchitecTours Chair Cash Upton. “Really having the meshing of sustainability with thoughtful design and really where those two meet.” Through a combination of live, virtual tours, and pre-recorded presentations with live Q&As, ArchitecTours attendees will be able to hear directly from each project’s architects and in some cases, its general contractor. Discussions of each project are scheduled throughout the day, offering participants the chance to view all or select tours. Recordings will also be available to rewatch for four weeks following October 2nd. “I almost think it can be a little bit more intimate than some past years, because when there’s hundreds of people going through a home, the architect has little time to give to every single person,” shared Upton. “This will be a bit more of an intimate one-on-one where the architect is talking to the participants for an hour.” Every highlighted project Casa Pequeña connects back to the concept of design excellence in various ways. For instance, the Thacher School’s Gates Building as well as its Dining Pavilion in Ojai reflect green building and an awareness for combating climate change. The tour of La Rana Canta, a single family home also in Ojai, will beautifully demonstrate building in harmony with nature. Small, efficient spaces will be celebrated in the tours of an accessory dwelling unit named Casa Pequeña as well as the 800 square feet Mountain Drive Cabana, both located in Santa Barbara. The presentation on Casa Pequeña was also chosen for demonstrating equitable housing solutions by showing ways to add housing density in creative ways. The Santa Barbara Islamic Center in Goleta will also be featured for exemplifying exceptional design work. ArchitecTours tickets cost $35 for the general public, with a $25 fee available for seniors, students, and AIA members. For tickets and info visit www.aiasb.com/architectours-2021

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Community News New Measure A Citizens Oversight Committee Members Appointed

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HREE COMMUNITY MEMBERS HAVE BEEN APPOINTED to fill vacancies on the Measure A Citizens Oversight Committee by the Santa Barbara County Association of Governments Board of Directors. Administered by SBCAG, Measure A is estimated to provide over $1 billion of local investment in transportation programs and projects through 2040.

MARK FUNKHOUSER serves as the Director of Sustainability/Custodial Services for the Chumash Casino Resort. He also leads the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians’ green initiatives, and has worked toward improving energy efficiency, eliminating waste, and reducing overall resource consumption over the course of his 18 years working with the tribe. Funkhouser’s proudest moment professionally was when the Chumash Casino Resort was announced to be the first casino worldwide to earn TRUE Zero Waste certification from Green Business Certification, Inc. in 2019.

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EVERAL LOCAL RESTAURANTS HAVE BEEN RECOGNIZED AS BID GOURMAND, a specialty restaurant, by the world famous MICHELIN Guide. The noted restaurants are: Corazon Cocina, in the Santa Barbara Public Market; Loquita in the Santa Barbara Funk Zone; and Bettina, located at the Montecito Country Market. Bib Gourmand restaurants offer a full menu of a starter, main course, and dessert, making it possible to order two courses and a glass of wine or dessert for around $40 or less (tax and gratuity not included), according to Lauren McClure, MICHELIN North America. Bettina: After making a match at New York City’s Roberta’s, Brendan Smith and Rachel Greenspan took their pizza-powered love affair to the West Coast, leaving bohemian Brooklyn for a gleaming perch in the Montecito Country Mart.

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ERIC MELSHEIMER is the Chief Executive Officer of the Santa Maria company Melfred Borzall, which designs and manufactures tools for underground construction jobs. Holding degrees in mechanical engineering and aeronautics and astronautics, Melsheimer has been a committed Orcutt community member for the past 25 years. His additional local involvement includes serving on the Orcutt Union School District Measure G Citizens Oversight Committee, and is a community ambassador with Allan Hancock College.

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SB County DA Joyce Dudley to Co-Chair Prosecutors Against Gun Violence JOYCE DUDLEY, Santa Barbara District Attorney, will serve as Co-Chair of Prosecutors Against Gun Violence (PAGV), an independent coalition of prosecutors working to end gun violence nationwide. Representing more than 60 million Americans across 24 states, participating prosecutors discuss legislation, policies, and strategies to address and prevent gun violence within their respective jurisdictions. Joining Dudley in co-chairing PAGV will be The Bronx District Attorney Darcel Clark. The announcement follows the stepping down of PAGV founders and co-chairs Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer and Manhattan District www.prosecutorsagv.org Attorney Cyrus Vance, Jr.

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The MICHELIN Guide Celebrates New Bib Gourmands In Santa Barbara

Following are the inspector notes for the new Bib Gourmands:

CARSON LINK joins the Measure A Citizens Oversight Committee as the district representative for Senator Monique Limón. Born and raised in Lompoc, Link is an active community advocate, and dedicates his professional efforts to addressing transportation-related issues. In the past, he worked for United Way, where he coordinated outreach efforts to community members experiencing homelessnesss across the Central Coast area.

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IAN WILDMAN has joined the Board of Directors for Habitat for Humanity of Southern Santa Barbara County. Currently, Wildman works as the Director of Financial Planning and Analysis at local thermal imaging manufacturer, Seek Thermal. His past experiences include working as a Vice President at Goldman Sachs Private Wealth Management for seven years. A strong supporter of Habitat for Humanity’s mission, he joins Habitat Santa Barbara’s Board of Directors after previously volunteering on multiple Habitat builds in the New York and Philadelphia areas. His local community involvement also includes sitting on the board of Ventech, Inc. www.sbhabitat.org

Corazon Cocina: The Santa Barbara Public Market is full of alluring eateries, but after your first taste of this charming taco stand, you’ll want to pledge your heart. Chef and owner Ramon Velazquez mastered the craft of handmade tortillas and zesty salsas. Loquita: Servers know the menu by heart, so follow their lead and start with tapas like crusty pan con tomate, before digging into hearty chorizo y pollo paella. An homage to the El Bullí olive is a contemporary signature, while carpaccio garnished with pickled mustard seeds and aged sherry vinegar is forever popular. The entire Bib Gourmand selection will be available on the MICHELIN Guide iOS and Android app on Tuesday, September 28th, when the Star selection will be announced.

Westmont Receives Largest Cash Gifts in College’s History

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N A DISPLAY OF UNPRECEDENTED COMMUNITY SUPPORT, Westmont College has received two major gifts totaling more than $15 million from four individuals committed to Westmont’s mission. Ed and Mollie Miller donated $8.2 million late last month, marking the largest single gift Westmont has ever been given. Just prior to this, Celeste and Dr. Robert White gave a $7.25 million gift, the college’s second largest single donation. Ed and Mollie Miller’s gift will support the Paul Raymond Miller Scholarship Endowment, which was named for Ed’s father and created when their daughter attended Westmont. This scholarship has continued to support students’ financial aid needs for the past 35 years. Ed and Mollie Miller Ed Miller also previously served on the Westmont Board of Trustees for 17 years. “I loved working with Ed when he was a board member, and Mollie is a delightful human being,” says Westmont President Gayle D. Beebe. “Ed is a straight shooter. You never have to guess where he’s coming from or how he’s thinking through a situation. Both are highly principled people of faith, and their priorities in life shine through in this gift.” Celeste and Dr. Robert White’s gift has funded Westmont’s purchase of a four-story building located at 29 W. Anapamu St., which is located across from the Westmont Downtown Center at 26 W. Anapamu St. Together, these two spaces total almost 30,000 square feet to support Westmont’s downtown programs, such as its program in capital and social entrepreneurship and its new nursing program in partnership with Cottage Health. Beyond this gift, Celeste White currently serves as a Westmont board member, with Robert being involved with the college for over 40 years. “I’m so grateful for Celeste’s service as a board member,” said President Beebe. “She demonstrates her Celeste and Dr. Robert White deep and abiding loyalty and commitment to the college in numerous ways. For example, all four of their children attended Westmont. In addition, Robert has been a great partner with Celeste in embracing all things Westmont. Together they have given generously and cared deeply about the college’s life and mission.” For more information about Westmont College, visit www.westmont.edu


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Community News A Salute to Teachers to Recognize Distinguished Mentors and New Educators

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N HONOR OF THEIR TEACHING EXCELLENCE AND KEY MENTORSHIP SERVICE, three Distinguished New Educators and three Distinguished Mentors will be recognized at the eighth annual A Salute to Teachers Gala. Sponsored by the Santa Barbara County Education Office, the event will be held on November 6th at the Music Academy of the West. “A Salute to Teachers honors the invaluable contributions these local educators make in their classrooms and schools every day,” said County Superintendent of Schools Dr. Susan Salcido. “New educators bring a tremendous amount of energy and inspiration to our teaching profession; mentor teachers help to share wisdom and provide the support that comes from lived experiences from the field... To celebrate these educators through A Salute to Teachers is one way Santa Barbara County can say ‘Thank you for all you do for students, families, and our communities.’”

Lorena Armstrong

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Among this year’s Distinguished Mentors is Lorena Armstrong, who has taught at Mary Buren Elementary for the past seven years. In this role, she has shown her students the value of lifelong learning by way of example, and adjusts her classroom instruction to best support her students. Riccardo Magni will also be recognized for his dedication to teaching science at Pioneer Valley High School for 18 years. Beyond this work, Magni additionally serves as a department chair, coach, and mentor, and encourages his teaching candidates through offering suggestions that still honor their individual teaching styles. The final Distinguished Mentor will be Melissa Woods, who has contributed to Dos Pueblos High School’s science education for over 20 years, accumulating multiple awards and grants from UCSB. She is known for cultivating lasting relationships with both students and colleagues, and greatly supports the Dos Pueblos Engineering Academy’s sense of community. The Distinguished New Educators to be honored include Samantha Ayala, a fifth grade teacher working with La Honda STEAM Academy within the Lompoc Unified School District. In addition to her teaching, she devotes a great deal of time to the Student Council and after-school program, supporting students in developing leadership skills and academic growth. TJ Berry, a history teacher at Santa Ynez Valley Union High School, will also be recognized for his thoughtfulness and skill for establishing positive relationships campuswide. Utilizing project-based learning activities, he offers students different ways to interact with his class curriculum, and supports students’ ownership of learning. The last Distinguished New Educator to be honored will be Christina Peña Eckert, who works at Carpinteria Middle School. Caring, intuitive, and responsive to student needs, she is dedicated to the Carpinteria Middle School community and frequently shares AVID strategies at staff meetings to further support learning and teaching campuswide.

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TJ Berry

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In addition to these Distinguished New Educators and Distinguished Mentors, A Salute to Teachers will also honor 2022 SB County Teacher of the Year Alisyn Blanton, 2021 SB County Teacher of the Year Frank Koroshec, the 2022 SB Bowl Performing Arts Teacher of the Year Josie Coburn, and the 2021 SB Bowl Performing Arts Teacher of the Year Elizabeth Caruso. For more information, visit www.sbceo.org/salute

Veterans and Internees Eligible for Retroactive High School Diploma Program

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O SUPPORT COMMUNITY MEMBERS WHO EITHER LEFT HIGH SCHOOL TO SERVE IN THE UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES OR WERE INTERNED IN RELOCATION CAMPS DURING WORLD WAR II, the Santa Barbara County Education Office is continuing its Operation Recognition program. Through this program, eligible veterans and previously interned individuals may receive retroactive high school diplomas by SBCEO. “We are honored to recognize the service and sacrifice of these individuals by presenting them with their diplomas,” said Santa Barbara County Superintendent of Schools Dr. Susan Salcido. “In 2019, six distinguished veterans received their high school diplomas, and we look forward to celebrating the Class of 2022.” Currently, individuals who served in WWII (between December 7th, 1941 December 31st, 1946), the Korean War (June 27th, 1950 - January 31st 1955), and the Vietnam War (February 28th, 1961 - May 7th, 1975) and were honorably discharged are eligible for this program. Additionally, people who were interned in a relocation camp between September 16th, 1940 and December 31st, 1946 are also eligible. Moreover, all program members must have been enrolled in a high school prior to their internment or enlistment, and been unable to receive their diploma as a result of these events. Community members can also apply posthumously for any deceased family member who meets this criteria. Applications are open now through January 14th, 2022, with an Operation Recognition graduation ceremony planned for April 7th, 2022. Applications in English and Spanish can be downloaded at https://tinyurl.com/2j5j6a4e and https://tinyurl. com/e3e9p75a, respectively.

For assistance with required military service documentation, contact the Santa Barbara County Veterans Service Office at 805-681-4500 or 805-346-7160. To learn more, visit www.sbceo.org

SBPL Hosts Event Series Celebrating Culture of SB Latin American Immigrants

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OIN A MONTH-LONG CELEBRATION OF THE CULTURE OF SANTA BARBARA LATIN AMERICAN IMMIGRANTS as the Santa Barbara Public Library embarks on a special event series designed to connect local immigrants with each other and promote community-wide awareness. Hosted with support from a California Humanities Library Innovation Lab grant, the Integrating Immigrants Series includes opportunities to appreciate food, art, poetry, and music of the Latin American immigrant community. Each event was created through great public outreach to ensure the series best reflected the interests of the local immigrant community. “The immigrants I met with all expressed a desire to participate in events that allow them to reconnect with their culture and traditions in a welcoming and safe space where they can explore and share aspects of Latin American culture, and somehow feel at home again with people that represent their culture,” said Eric Castro, Library Innovation Lab leader for SBPL. “Especially important to them was finding ways to share aspects of their culture with their children.” The series began earlier this month through the Things We Do Not Say art exhibit, which is currently on display in the Central Library’s Faulkner Gallery through October 30th. Showcasing the works of local Latin American immigrant artists, the exhibition explores immigrants’ experiences and identities in order to prompt open, intergenerational conversations. Additionally, the Taste of Home Cookbook Contest, which is open to submissions through October 15th. This contest recognizes the value of recipes to one’s culture and personal history, and invites individuals from the immigrant community to submit family recipes for a cookbook that SBPL will publish and add to their collections. There will also be an Immigrant Identity Bilingual Poetry/Zine Workshop hosted on the Eastside Library’s outdoor patio at 5:30pm Friday, October 1st, as well as an Afro-Peruvian Concert with musical trio Radio Café at the Central Library’s lower plaza at 5:30pm on Friday, October 15th.

For more information or to register for events, visit www.SBPLibrary.org


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WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT SERIES Virtual presentations • Women’s Economic Ventures • $99-150 • www.WEVonline.org/ Empower • 12pm Fr, 9/10, 9/17, 9/24.

SERIE DE ORADORES SOBRE EL EMPODERAMIENTO DE LA MUJER

Presentaciones virtuales • Women’s Economic Ventures • $99-150 • www.WEVonline.org/ Empower • 12pm viernes, 9/10, 9/17, 9/24.

VIRTUAL DIVERSIFY OUR NARRATIVE BOOK CLUB This month’s book: Five Midnights by Ann Davila Cardinal • SB Public Library • Free • https://tinyurl.com/fmjze9wv • 3:30-4:30pm Fr, 9/24.

DIVERSIFICAR NUESTRA NARRATIVA CLUB DE LECTURA VIRTUAL

Clases de baile de salsa y bachata • ME Sabor Dance Studio, Oak Park Stage en 500 W. Alamar

El libro de este mes: Five Midnights de Ann Davila Cardinal • SB Public Library • Gratis • https://tinyurl.com/fmjze9wv • 3:30-4:30pm viernes, 9/24.

PACIFIC PRIDE FOUNDATION PROUD YOUTH GROUP

4:30-6:30pm Fridays via Zoom. RSVP at https://tinyurl.com/y7qs3qbf.

GRUPO JUVENIL ORGULLOSO DE PACIFIC PRIDE FOUNDATION Schedule subject to change. Please visit metrotheatres.com for theater updates. Thank you. Features and Showtimes for Sept 24 - 30, 2021 * = Subject to Restrictions on “SILVER MVP PASSES; and No Passes”

www.metrotheatres.com FA I R V I E W

METRO 4

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Dear Evan Hansen* (PG13): Fri-Sun: 1:30, 4:30, 7:30. Mon-Thur: 4:30, 7:30. Blue Bayou (R): Fri-Sun: 2:40. Mon-Wed: 8:00. The Eyes of Tammy Faye* (R): Fri-Sun: 1:45, 4:45, 7:45. Mon-Thur: 4:45, 7:45. The Card Counter (R): Fri-Sun: 5:20, 8:00. Mon-Wed: 5:20. The Addams Family 2* (PG): Thur: 4:20, 6:45.

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Cry Macho (PG13): Fri-Wed: 2:00, 4:45, 7:15. Thur: 2:00, 4:45, 7:30. Copshop (R): Fri-Wed: 2:30, 5:00, 7:45. Thur: 2:30(LP). Malignant (R): Fri-Thur: 5:25. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (PG13): Fri-Thur: 2:15(LP), 5:15(LP), 8:15(LP). Candyman (R): Fri-Wed: 3:10, 8:00. Venom Let There Be Carnage* (PG13): 5:00(LP), 7:15(LP), 9:30(LP).

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Cry Macho (PG13): Fri-Thur: 2:10, 4:45, 7:30. Copshop (R): Fri-Wed: 3:05, 5:40, 8:15. Thur: 3:05. Malignant (R): Fri-Sat, Mon-Thur: 3:30, 8:05. Sun: 8:05. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (PG13): Fri-Wed: 2:30, 4:00, 5:30, 7:00, 8:30. Thur: 2:30, 5:30, 8:30. Candyman (R): Fri-Thur: 5:50. Free Guy (PG13): Fri-Thur: 2:20, 5:05, 7:45. Venom Let There Be Carnage* (PG13): Thur: 4:30, 5:40, 7:00, 8:15, 9:20.

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Dear Evan Hansen* (PG13): Fri-Wed: 2:15, 3:45, 5:15, 6:45, 8:15. Thur: 2:15, 5:15, 8:15. Blue Bayou (R): Fri-Thur: 3:00. The Eyes of Tammy Faye (R): Fri-Wed: 1:40, 4:30, 7:20. Thur: 1:40, 4:30. The Card Counter (R): Fri-Thur: 8:00. Free Guy (PG13): Fri-Thur: 2:25, 5:05, 7:405. The Alpinist (PG13): Fri-Thur: 5:45. The Addams Family 2* (PG): Thur: 4:00, 6:15, 8:30. The Jesus Music* (PG13): Thur: 7:20.

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (PG13): Fri, Mon-Wed: 4:15, 7:15. Sun: 1:15, 4:15, 7:15. Thur: 4:15. Venom Let There Be Carnage* (PG13): Thur: 8:15.

Se reúne de 4:30-6:30pm viernes a través de Zoom. Reserva tu lugar en https://tinyurl.com/y7qs3qbf.

MOVIES & THEATRE | CINE Y TEATRO

YELLOWSTONE

Staged reading of this dark comedy • UCSB LAUNCH PAD & Local Theater Company • UCSB Theater/Dance West Courtyard • Free • https://tinyurl.com/s45tzj5s • 5pm Fr, 9/24.

YELLOWSTONE

Lectura escenificada de esta comedia oscura • UCSB LAUNCH PAD y Local Theater Company • UCSB Theater / Dance West Courtyard • Gratis • https://tinyurl.com/s45tzj5s • 5pm viernes, 9/24.

QUACK

Enjoy this new comedy play • PCPA • Severson Theatre, Santa Maria • $10 • www.pcpa.org/InterPlay • 7pm Fr, 9/24-9/25.

QUACK

Disfruta de esta nueva comedia • PCPA • Severson Theatre, Santa Maria • $10 • www.pcpa.org/InterPlay • 7pm viernes, 9/24-9/25.

Photo courtesy of California Wine Festival

September 24, 2021

Enjoy fine wine tastings, gourmet appetizers, artisan cheeses, chocolates, and support a good cause at the California Wine Festival - Santa Barbara this weekend. The festival begins with Sunset Rare & Reserve Tasting from 6:30-9pm on Friday, September 24th at the Chase Palm Park Carousel House, located at 223 E. Cabrillo Blvd. Then, visit the Beachside Wine Festival at the Chase Palm Park field from 1-4pm Saturday, September 25th. Proceeds from the auction will benefit the Foodbank of Santa Barbara County. Purchase tickets ($75-119) at https://tinyurl.com/ywxjfh75 Disfruta de degustaciones de vinos finos, aperitivos gourmet, quesos artesanales, chocolates y apoya una buena causa en el Festival del Vino de California - Santa Bárbara este fin de semana. El festival comienza con Raro y reservado cata al atardecer de 6:30-9pm el viernes, 24 de septiembre en Chase Palm Park Carousel House, ubicado en 223 E. Cabrillo Blvd. Luego, visita el Beachside Wine Festival en el campo de Chase Palm Park de 1 a 4pm el sábado, 25 de septiembre. Las ganancias de la subasta beneficiarán al Foodbank of Santa Barbara County. Compra boletos ($75-119) en https://tinyurl.com/ywxjfh75

Springs, SB • https://tinyurl.com/s57t5uns • 6pm Fr

NOCHES DE CINE EN EL MART

Ve películas en el Mart Courtyard • Montecito Country Mart, 1016 Coast Village Rd. en Hot Springs, SB • https://tinyurl.com/s57t5uns • 6pm viernes

MUSIC | MÚSICA

CRY MACHO -PG13Starts @ 7:35 CANDYMAN -R@ 9:35 General Admission $11.50 / Kids $8.50 / Seniors $8 BOX OFFICE OPEN 6:35-9:55pm Fr & Sa | 6:55-9:15pm Su-We-Th | Drive-In Closed Mon & Tu | RADIO ACTIVE @ 92.1 FM • Find Us On Facebook – Hi Way Drive In PARKS PLAZA – CLOSED • (805) 688-7434 All Screens Now Presented In Dolby Digital Projection and Dolby Digital Sound!

www.playingtoday.com

CASA ABIERTA

GLOBAL CLIMATE RALLY AND MARCH

Concierto en vivo • SB Bowl • $55-95 • https://tinyurl.com/b4c4fwr5 • 6:30pm viernes, 9/24.

OUTDOORS | AL AIRE LIBRE SPOOKY TOURS WITH SANTA BARBARA GHOST TOURS

Professor Julie Ann Brown tours you through Downtown Santa Barbara sharing the stories of local resident ghosts • $35-$150 • www.sbghosttour.com

RECORRIDOS ESPELUZNANTES CON SANTA BARBARA GHOST TOURS

SPECIAL EVENTS | EVENTOS ESPECIALES

HI-WAY DRIVE-IN, SANTA MARIA (805) 937-3515

Celebrating SB’s Underground Hair Artists new location • 2279 Las Positas Rd • 4-7pm Fr, 9/24.

H.E.R.

Let’s Go To The M O V I E S MOVIES LOMPOC • (805) 736-1558 / 736-0146 DEAR EVAN HANSEN -PG13Fri 4-7 | Sat-Sun 1-4-7 | Mon-Thu 4-7 CRY MACHO -PG13Fri 4:30-7 | Sat-Sun 2-4:30-7 | Mon-Thu 4:30-7 SHANG-CHI AND THE LEGEND OF THE TEN RINGS -PG13Fri 4-7 | Sat-Sun1-4-7 | Mon-Thu 4-7 COPSHOP -RFri 4:30-7 | Sat-Sun 2-4:30-7 | Mon-Thu 4:30-7

OPEN HOUSE

Celebrando la nueva ubicación de Underground Hair Artists de SB • 2279 Las Positas Rd • 4-7pm viernes, 9/24.

Live concert • SB Bowl • $55-95 • https://tinyurl.com/b4c4fwr5 • 6:30pm Fr, 9/24.

La profesora Julie Ann Brown recorre el centro de Santa Bárbara compartiendo las historias de los fantasmas residentes locales • $ 35-$150 • www.sbghosttour.com

NORTH S.B. COUNTY THEATRES Movie Listings for 9/24/21-9/30/21

Visita la nueva camioneta de extensión de la biblioteca • Montecito Union School, en las terrazas • Gratis • 3-4: 30pm viernes, 9/24.

H.E.R.

Watch movies in the Mart Courtyard • Montecito Country Mart, 1016 Coast Village Rd. at Hot

MOVIE NIGHTS AT THE MART

BIBLIOTECA SOBRE LA MARCHA

Rally against Exxon restarting offshore platforms • Society of Fearless GrandmothersSB • Meet at the County Administration Building, 105 E. Anapamu • 4:30pm Fr, 9/24.

RALLY GLOBAL POR EL CLIMA Y MARZO

Manifestación contra Exxon reiniciando plataformas marinas • Society of Fearless Grandmothers-SB • Reunión en el edificio de la administración del condado, 105 E. Anapamu • 4:30pm viernes, 9/24.

MARY JANE MCCORD PLANNED PARENTHOOD BOOK SALE

In-person book sale • Earl Warren Showgrounds, SB • Free admission and parking • www.ppcccbooksale.com • 10am-8pm Th, through 9/26.

VENTA DE LIBROS MARY JANE MCCORD PLANNED PARENTHOOD Venta de libros en persona • Earl Warren Showgrounds, SB • Entrada y estacionamiento gratuitos • www.ppcccbooksale.com • 10am8pm jueves, hasta 9/26.

LIBRARY ON THE GO

Visit the Library’s new outreach van • Montecito Union School, on the terraces • Free • 3-4:30pm Fr, 9/24.

Santa Barbara Ghost Tours Walk with Professor Julie as she shares tales of mystery and history... & meet friendly spirits... Call or text to schedule your walking tour! • 805-905-9019


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Safari Local

Learn more about sustainable travel options during National Drive Electric Week from Saturday, September 25th through Sunday, October 3rd. Intended to promote awareness for the benefits of all-electric and plug-in hybrid cars, motorcycles, and more, this year’s celebration features a wide selection of virtual and in-person educational opportunities. Events include an E-Biking 101 Webinar from 11am-1pm Saturday, September 25th, a Goleta Farmers’ Market EV Showcase from 10am-2pm Sunday, September 26th, and a Community Environmental Council Climate Action Webinar from 7-8pm Tuesday, September 28th. Visit www.driveelectricweek.org Obtén más información sobre las opciones de viajes sostenibles durante la Semana Nacional de Conducir Eléctrico desde el sábado, 25 de septiembre hasta el domingo, 3 de octubre. Con el objetivo de promover la conciencia sobre los beneficios de los automóviles, motocicletas y más, híbridos enchufables y totalmente eléctricos, la celebración de este año presenta una amplia selección de oportunidades educativas virtuales y en persona. Los eventos incluyen un seminario web Bicicleta eléctrica 101 de 11am a 1pm el sábado, 25 de septiembre, una exhibición de vehículos eléctricos en el mercado de agricultores de Goleta de 10am a 2pm el domingo, 26 de septiembre y un seminario web sobre Acción climática del Consejo Ambiental Comunitario de 7 a 8pm el martes, 28 de septiembre. Visita www.driveelectricweek.org

CALIFORNIA WINE FESTIVAL SANTA BARBARA

Benefitting Foodbank of SB County • Chase Palm Park Carousel House, 223 E. Cabrillo Blvd., SB • $75-119 • https://tinyurl.com/ywxjfh75 • 6:30pm Fr, 9/24.

FESTIVAL DEL VINO DE CALIFORNIA - SANTA BÁRBARA

Banco de alimentos en beneficio del condado de SB • Chase Palm Park Carousel House, 223 E. Cabrillo Blvd., SB • $75-119 • https://tinyurl.com/ywxjfh75 • 6:30pm viernes, 9/24.

YOU LIGHT THE NIGHT VIRTUAL 5K

Spread awareness for those living without power • Unite to Light • $15 • http://unitetolight.org • Fr, 9/17-9/26.

TÚ ENCIENDES LA NOCHE 5K VIRTUAL

Difundir la conciencia de los que viven sin poder • Unite to Light • $15 • http://unitetolight.org • viernes, 9/17-9/26.

Saturday • sábado 9.25.21 CHILDREN | NIÑOS A-Z COOKING CLASS

For ages 8-12 • Eastside Library courtyard • Free • https://tinyurl.com/38zeafuj • 1-3pm Sa, 9/25.

Photo by Acterra Action for a Healthy Planet

BILINGUAL / BILINGÜE

Para niños de 8 a 12 años • Patio de la biblioteca del lado este • Gratis • https://tinyurl.com/38zeafuj • 1-3pm sábado, 9/25.

DANCE | BAILE SBKLUB’S REUNION SHOWCASE

Latin dance performances • Center Stage Theater, SB • $15-50 • https://tinyurl.com/2akptrfk • 7pm Sa, 9/25.

Presentaciones de baile latino • Center Stage Theatre, SB • $15-50 • https://tinyurl.com/2akptrfk • 7pm sábado, 9/25.

LECTURES | MEETINGS | WORKSHOPS CONFERENCIAS | REUNIONES JOURNEY TO WELLNESS VIRTUAL WORKSHOPS

Topic: I Feel So Alone In My Anxiety • Journey to Wellness • $75 • https://thejourneytowellnessworkshops.com • 9am-2pm Sa, 9/25.

TALLERES VIRTUALES POR JOURNEY TO WELLNESS Tema: Me siento tan solo en mi ansiedad • Journey to Wellness • $75 • https://thejourneytowellnessworkshops.com • 9am-2pm sábado, 9/25.

LOS HUMANOS

LAS CLASES DE HORTICULTURA PARA EL VERDADERO PRINCIPIANTE

ISLA VISTA SUMMER CONCERT SERIES

E-BIKING 101 WEBINAR

SERIE DE CONCIERTOS DE VERANO DE ISLA VISTA

Serie de clases en línea • Maestros jardineros de la UC • Gratis, donaciones de $20 • https://tinyurl.com/n6dth83c • 10am-12pm sábado, 9/25, 10/2.

Learn about e-bikes, electric car sharing services, and more • ZDS Communications • Free • https://tinyurl.com/3v9fh7yy • 11am-1pm Sa, 9/25.

SEMINARIO WEB SOBRE CICLISMO ELECTRÓNICO 101

Disfruta de esta obra ganadora del premio Tony • PCPA • Severson Theatre, Santa Maria • $10 • www.pcpa.org/InterPlay • 1:30pm sábado, 9/25.

MUSIC | MÚSICA Enjoy outdoor concerts • Isla Vista Recreation & Park District • Anisq’Oyo’ Park outdoor amphitheater • Free • http://ivparks.org • 3-7pm Sa, 9/25.

Disfruta de conciertos al aire libre • Distrito de parques y recreación de Isla Vista • Anfiteatro al aire libre del parque Anisq’Oyo’• Gratis • http://ivparks.org • 3-7pm sábado, 9/25.

OUTDOORS | AL AIRE LIBRE

Obten información sobre bicicletas eléctricas, servicios de uso compartido de automóviles eléctricos y más • ZDS Communications • https://tinyurl.com/3v9fh7yy • Gratis • 11 am- 1pm sábado, 9/25.

HERB WALK AT HASKELL’S BEACH

THE NATURAL HISTORY OF WINE, BEER & SPIRITS: WHALES AND RINCON BREWERY

PASEO DE HIERBAS EN LA PLAYA DE HASKELL

Learn about whales and enjoy a virtual beer tasting • SB Museum of Natural History • $20-100 • https://tinyurl.com/bn8ksfbc • 5pm Sa, 9/25.

CLASE DE COCINA A-Z

ESCAPARATE DE LA REUNIÓN DE SBKLUB

VICTORY VEGETABLE GARDENING CLASSES FOR THE TRUE BEGINNER

Online class series • UC Master Gardeners • Free, $20 donations • https://tinyurl.com/n6dth83c • 10am-12pm Sa, 9/25, 10/2.

Photo by Sharilyn Fairweather

InCONTINUES Person &/ CONTINÚA Online Activities for Everyone Actividades en persona y en línea para todos

September 24, 2021

LA HISTORIA NATURAL DEL VINO, LA CERVEZA Y LAS BEBIDAS ESPIRITUOSAS: BALLENAS Y RINCON BREWERY Aprende sobre las ballenas y disfruta de una degustación de cerveza virtual • SB Museum of Natural History • $20-100 • https://tinyurl.com/bn8ksfbc • 5pm sábado, 9/25.

MOVIES & THEATRE | CINE Y TEATRO

THE HUMANS

Enjoy this Tony Award-winning play • PCPA • Severson Theatre, Santa Maria • $10 • www.pcpa.org/InterPlay • 1:30pm Sa, 9/25.

Led by herbalist & nutritionist Emily Sanders • Artemisia Academy • $30 • https://tinyurl.com/ybd97jtz • 10am-12pm Sa, 9/25.

Dirigido por la herborista y nutricionista Emily Sanders • Artemisia Academy • $30 •

https://tinyurl.com/ybd97jtz • 10am-12pm sábado, 9/25.

SPECIAL EVENTS | EVENTOS ESPECIALES COFFEE & CLASSICS

Admire and learn about vintage cars • The Community Hot Rod Project Inc. • South Coast Church, 5814 Cathedral Oaks Rd • Free • www.thecommunityhotrodproject.com • 8-10am 2nd & 4th Saturdays.

CAFÉ Y CLÁSICOS

Admira y aprende sobre los autos antiguos • The Community Hot Rod Project Inc. • South Coast Church, 5814 Cathedral Oaks Rd • Gratis • www.thecommunityhotrodproject.com • 8-10am segundo y cuarto sábado.

Feeling anxious, fatigued, depressed, or just experiencing isolation challenges?

Hypnosis can help.

Reaching into the depths of our unconscious mind, we are able to find the resources needed to remain calm, feel inner peace, and even find joy in the midst of the chaos in our lives and the world. In-person or on-line sessions.

Dr. Ginger Swanson

Certified Medical Support Hypnotherapist

805-886-4716 www.DrGingerSwanson.com

FALL MUSEUM MARKETPLACE

Fundraising event with over 60 vendors • The Carpinteria Valley Museum of History, 956 Maple Ave. • Free admission • 8am-3pm Sa, 9/25.

MERCADO DE LOS MUSEOS DE OTOÑO

Evento de recaudación de fondos con más de 60 proveedores • El Museo de Historia del Valle de Carpinteria, 956 Maple Ave. • Entrada gratuita • 8am-3pm sábado, 9/25.

UNITY SHOPPE ESTATE SALE

Sale of art, antiques, furniture, and more once belonging to Unity Shoppe Founder Barbara Tellefson • La Casa Nichita, 679 Mission Canyon Rd, SB • 8am-2pm Sa, 9/25 & 9/26.

VENTA DE INMUEBLES DE UNITY SHOPPE

Venta de arte, antigüedades, muebles y más

Government Meetings • Reuniones gubernamentales SOUTH BOARD OF ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW • 9am Fr,

SB CITY COUNCIL • 2pm Tu, 9/28. Learn more

JUNTA SUR DE REVISIÓN ARQUITECTÓNICA • 9am

AYUNTAMIENTO DE SB • 2pm martes, 9/28. Para más

9/24. Agenda to be posted https://tinyurl.com/uaywfsj6

viernes, 9/24. La agenda se publicará en https://tinyurl.com/uaywfsj6

NORTH BOARD OF ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW • 1pm Fr,

9/24. Agenda to be posted https://tinyurl.com/uaywfsj6

JUNTA NORTE DE REVISIÓN ARQUITECTÓNICA • 1pm viernes, 9/24. La agenda se publicará en https://tinyurl.com/uaywfsj6

SB COUNTY ZONING ADMINISTRATOR • 9am Mo, 9/27.

https://tinyurl.com/zcrmn7f9

información visita https://tinyurl.com/zcrmn7f9

SB COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION • 9am We, 9/29.

Agenda to be posted https://tinyurl.com/uaywfsj6

COMISIÓN DE PLANIFICACIÓN DEL CONDADO DE SB • 9am miércoles, 9/29. La agenda se publicará en https://tinyurl.com/uaywfsj6

Agenda to be posted https://tinyurl.com/uaywfsj6

CITY OF SB HISTORIC LANDMARKS COMMISSION

https://tinyurl.com/uaywfsj6

REVISIÓN DE LA AGENDA DE CONSENTIMIENTO DE LA COMISIÓN DE MONUMENTOS HISTÓRICOS DE LA CIUDAD DE SB • 11am miércoles, 9/29. Para más información

ADMINISTRADOR DE ZONIFICACIÓN DEL CONDADO DE SB • 9am lunes, 9/27. La agenda se publicará en

consent agenda review • 11am We, 9/29. Learn more www.SantaBarbaraCA.gov/HLC

CITY OF SB SINGLE FAMILY DESIGN BOARD consent agenda review • 11am Mo, 9/27. Learn more https://tinyurl.com/45c5yx5c

visita www.SantaBarbaraCA.gov/HLC

REVISIÓN DE LA AGENDA DE CONSENTIMIENTO DE LA JUNTA DE DISEÑO DE VIVIENDA UNIFAMILIAR DE LA CIUDAD DE SB • 11am lunes, 9/27. Para más información visita https://tinyurl.com/45c5yx5c

CITY OF SB HISTORIC LANDMARKS COMMISSION • 1:30pm We, 9/29. Learn more www.SantaBarbaraCA.gov/HLC

COMISIÓN DE MONUMENTOS HISTÓRICOS DE LA CIUDAD DE SB • 1:30pm miércoles, 9/29. Para más información

CITY OF SB ARCHITECTURAL BOARD OF REVIEW

visita www.SantaBarbaraCA.gov/HLC

REVISIÓN DE LA AGENDA DE CONSENTIMIENTO DE LA JUNTA DE REVISIÓN DE ARQUITECTURA DE LA CIUDAD DE SB • 1pm lunes, 9/27. Para más información visita

10/1. Agenda to be posted https://tinyurl.com/uaywfsj6

consent agenda review • 1pm Mo, 9/27. Learn more www.SantaBarbaraCA.gov/ABR

www.SantaBarbaraCA.gov/ABR

SOUTH BOARD OF ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW • 9am Fr,

JUNTA SUR DE REVISIÓN ARQUITECTÓNICA • 9am viernes, 10/1. La agenda se publicará en https://tinyurl.com/uaywfsj6

CITY OF SB SINGLE FAMILY DESIGN BOARD • 3pm Mo,

SB COUNTY AGRICULTURAL PRESERVE ADVISORY COMMITTEE • 9am Fr, 10/1. Agenda to be posted

TABLERO DE DISEÑO UNIFAMILIAR DE LA CIUDAD DE SB • 3pm lunes, 9/27. Para más información visita

COMITÉ ASESOR DE RESERVA AGRÍCOLA DEL CONDADO DE SB • 9am viernes, 10/1. La agenda se publicará

9/27. Learn more https://tinyurl.com/45c5yx5c

https://tinyurl.com/45c5yx5c

https://tinyurl.com/uaywfsj6

en https://tinyurl.com/uaywfsj6


Hear local leaders discuss current topics and issues of interest as the SB South Coast Chamber of Commerce from Goleta to Carpinteria hosts the 2021 Santa Barbara State of the County from 11:30-1:30pm Thursday, September 30th. Hosted at the Hilton SB Beachfront Resort’s outdoor rotunda, guests will hear presentations from SB County Board of Supervisors Chair Bob Nelson, County of SB CEO Mona Miyasato, Assistant CEO Nancy Anderson, and Dr. Peter Rupert of the UCSB Economic Forecast Project. Reserve tickets ($125-145) at https://tinyurl.com/69hdnau Dr. Peter Rupert

Mona Miyasato

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Escucha a los líderes locales discutir temas actuales y asuntos de interés mientras la Cámara de Comercio de la Costa Sur de SB de Goleta a Carpinteria organiza el 2021 Estado del condado de Santa Bárbara de 11:30-1:30pm el jueves, 30 de septiembre. Alojado en la rotonda al aire libre del Hilton SB Beachfront Resort, los huéspedes escucharán presentaciones del presidente de la Junta de Supervisores del Condado de SB, Bob Nelson, la directora ejecutiva del condado de SB, Mona Miyasato, la directora ejecutiva adjunta, Nancy Anderson, y el Dr. Peter Rupert del Proyecto de Previsión Económica de UCSB. Reserva boletos ($125-145) en https://tinyurl.com/69hdnau

pertenecientes a la fundadora de Unity Shoppe Barbara Tellefson • La Casa Nichita, 679 Mission Canyon Rd, SB • 8am-2pm sábado, 9/25 y 9/26.

Gala de recaudación de fondos para Girls Inc. de Carpinteria • Patio de Girls Inc., 5315 Foothill Rd, Carpinteria • $100-150 • https://tinyurl.com/3sxekpep • 5pm sábado, 9/25.

HARVEST MARKET

Sunday • domingo 9.26.21

Over 40 vendors and music • El Presidio de Santa Bárbara • 10am-5pm Sa, 9/25.

MERCADO DE LA COSECHA

Más de 40 vendedores y música • El Presidio de Santa Bárbara • 10 am-5pm sábado, 9/25.

COSMECON

Celebrate beauty with masterclasses, product demonstrations, and more • Paseo Nuevo, SB • Free • https://tinyurl.com/86e3dc5f • 12-4pm Sa, 9/25.

COSMECON

Celebra la belleza con clases magistrales, demostraciones de productos y más • Paseo Nuevo, SB • Gratis • https://tinyurl.com/86e3dc5f • 12-4pm sábado, 9/25.

AN EVENING IN BLOOM, A ROARING 20’S AFFAIR

Fundraiser gala for Girls Inc. of Carpinteria • Girls Inc. courtyard, 5315 Foothill Rd, Carpinteria • $100-150 • https://tinyurl.com/3sxekpep • 5pm Sa, 9/25.

UNA TARDE EN FLOR, UNA AVENTURA DE LOS AÑOS 20 LOCOS

LECTURES | MEETINGS | WORKSHOPS CONFERENCIAS | REUNIONES QUICK & EASY (HEALTHY-ISH) SWEET TREATS

9.27.21

MUSIC | MÚSICA SANTA BARBARA GAY MEN’S CHORUS REHEARSALS

Join this non-auditioned local chorus • First United Methodist Church, 305 E. Anapamu St., SB • Weekly rehearsals 7-9pm Mo.

ENSAYOS DEL CORO DE HOMBRES GAY DE SANTA BÁRBARA

Únete a este coro local sin audiciones • First United Methodist Church, 305 E. Anapamu St., SB • Ensayos semanales 7-9pm lunes.

OUTDOORS | AL AIRE LIBRE ARROYO HONDO PRESERVE HIKE

Mondays & Wednesdays, 12:30 to 3pm and the first & third weekends, Saturdays & Sundays from 10am to 12:30pm and 12:30pm to 3pm. Free • https://tinyurl.com/ya3pgxge

CAMINA EN LA RESERVA ARROYO HONDO

los lunes y miércoles de 12:30 a 3pm y el primer y tercer fin de semana del mes, sábados y domingos de 10am a 12:30pm y de 12:30pm a 3pm. La visita es gratuita • https://tinyurl.com/ya3pgxge

Tuesday • martes 9.28.21 LECTURES | MEETINGS | WORKSHOPS CONFERENCIAS | REUNIONES TECH TUTORING FOR LIBRARY RESOURCES

Virtual cooking class • Rooted SB County • Free-$15 • https://tinyurl.com/x84smpph • 11am Su, 9/26.

GOLOSINAS RÁPIDAS Y FÁCILES (SALUDABLES)

TUTORÍA TÉCNICA PARA RECURSOS DE LA BIBLIOTECA

Clase de cocina virtual • Rooted SB County • Gratis- $15 • https://tinyurl.com/x84smpph • 11am domingo, 9/26.

OUTDOORS | AL AIRE LIBRE YOGA ON STEARNS WHARF

Exercise with beautiful scenery • Power of Your Om Yoga Studio • Stearns Wharf, SB • Suggested $10-25 donation • https://tinyurl.com/6cwnb7mv • 9-10am Su, 9/26.

YOGA EN STEARNS WHARF

Haz ejercicio con hermosos paisajes • Power of Your Om Yoga Studio • Stearns Wharf, SB • Donación sugerida de $10-25 • https://tinyurl.com/6cwnb7mv • 9 a 10am domingo, 9/26. Take a tour, support the Museum Store, or enjoy the beautiful grounds • www.goletahistory.org • 11am to 2pm weekends.

RANCHO LA PATERA & STOW HOUSE Haz un recorrido, apoya la Tienda del Museo o disfruta de los hermosos jardines • www.goletahistory.org • De 11am a 2pm los fines de semana.

SPECIAL EVENTS | EVENTOS ESPECIALES

805-460-8898

Monday • lunes

One-on-one tutoring sessions • Montecito Library • Free • By appointment, www.santabarbaraca.gov/gov/depts/lib/default.asp • 10am-12pm Tu.

RANCHO LA PATERA & STOW HOUSE

Eco-friendly Land Management Noxious Weed Abatement Sustainable Agriculture Fire Mitigation Scott Rothdeutsch | Owner scott@sbgoats.com

• 1-5pm domingo, 9/26.

CASA PACIFICA ANGELS WINE, FOOD & BREW FESTIVAL

Enjoy food and drinks for a good cause • Cal State University Channel Islands, Camarillo • $150 • www.cpwinefoodbrewfest.com • 1-5pm Su, 9/26.

FESTIVAL DE VINO, COMIDA Y CERVEZA DE CASA PACIFICA ANGELS Disfruta de comidas y bebidas por una buena causa • Cal State University Channel Islands, Camarillo • $150 • www.cpwinefoodbrewfest.com

Sesiones de tutoría individual • Biblioteca Montecito • Gratis • Con cita, www.santabarbaraca.gov/gov/depts/lib/default.asp • 10 am-12pm martes.

MONTECITO BOOK CLUB

Discussing Members Only by Sameer Pandya • Montecito Library • 12-1pm Tu, 9/28.

CLUB DE LECTURA MONTECITO

Discussing Members Only por Sameer Pandya • Biblioteca Montecito • 12-1pm martes, 9/28.

TEEN ADVISORY BOARD

Provide input on library events and programs • Eastside Library • 4-5:30pm Tu, 9/28.

JUNTA ASESORA DE ADOLESCENTES

Experience an evening of jazz music as the Lobero Theatre presents Pat Metheny Side-Eye at 8pm Wednesday, September 29th. Receiving praise for his recent classical guitar album Road to the Sun, jazz guitarist and composer Metheny has launched his new playing environment, “Side-Eye” in order to highlight aspiring young musicians. Joining Metheny for this performance will be James Francies (keyboards, piano) and Joe Dyson (drums). To purchase tickets ($74-131) visit https://tinyurl.com/3wycjtd2 Photo courtesy of Lobero Theatre

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Experimenta una noche de música jazz mientras el Teatro Lobero presenta a Pat Metheny Side-Eye a las 8pm el miércoles, 29 de septiembre. Recibiendo elogios por su reciente álbum de guitarra clásica Road to the Sun, el guitarrista y compositor de jazz Metheny ha lanzado su nuevo entorno de interpretación, “Side-Eye,” con el fin de destacar a los aspirantes a músicos jóvenes. Junto a Metheny para esta presentación estarán James Francies (teclados, piano) y Joe Dyson (batería). Para comprar boletos ($74-131) visita https://tinyurl.com/3wycjtd2

SEMANA NACIONAL DE CONDUCIR ELÉCTRICO EV 101 Presentación virtual sobre vehículos eléctricos • Consejo Comunitario de Medio Ambiente • Gratis • https://tinyurl.com/5h39tm3 • 7-8pm martes, 9/28.

MUSIC | MÚSICA NOONTIME AT HOME

Join Opera Santa Barbara for this free, weekly digital concert series at 12pm each Tuesday. Learn more and view at https://tinyurl.com/y76xkfdn

MEDIODÍA EN CASA

Únete a Opera Santa Barbara para esta serie de conciertos digitales semanales gratuitos a las 12pm todos los martes. Obtén más información y disfruta en https://tinyurl.com/y76xkfdn

LORD HURON

Alternative/indie rock concert • SB Bowl • $40.50-$65.50 • https://tinyurl.com/2t5tnn6m • 7pm Tu, 9/28.

LORD HURON

Concierto de rock alternativo / indie • SB Bowl • $40.50- $65.50 • https://tinyurl.com/2t5tnn6m • 7pm martes, 9/28.

SPECIAL EVENTS | EVENTOS ESPECIALES

Proporcionar información sobre los eventos y programas de la biblioteca • Biblioteca del lado este • 4-5:30pm martes, 9/28.

BIANCA DEL RIO: UNSANITIZED

VIRTUAL SPANISH CONVERSATION GROUP - INTERMEDIATE

BIANCA DEL RIO: NO HIGIENIZADA

Practice Spanish language in a natural way • SB Public Library • Free • www.santabarbaraca.gov/gov/depts/lib/default.asp • 4:30-5:30pm Tu.

GRUPO VIRTUAL DE CONVERSACIÓN EN ESPAÑOL – INTERMEDIO

Practica el idioma español de forma natural • Biblioteca pública SB • Gratis • www.santabarbaraca.gov/gov/depts/lib/default.asp • 4:30-5:30pm martes.

NATIONAL DRIVE ELECTRIC WEEK EV 101

Virtual presentation on electric vehicles • Community Environmental Council • Free • https://tinyurl.com/5h39tm3 • 7-8pm Tu, 9/28.

Comedy show • Lobero Theatre, SB • $57.50-233 • https://tinyurl.com/bya5apuw • 8pm Tu, 9/28. Espectáculo de comedia • Teatro Lobero, SB • $57.50-233 • https://tinyurl.com/bya5apuw • 8pm martes, 9/28.

Wednesday • miércoles 9.29.21 CHILDREN | NIÑOS STORYWALK IN THE PARK

Stories and learning activities outside • SB Public Library • Bohnett Park • Free • 2-3:30pm We, 9/29.

STORYWALK EN EL PARQUE

Historias y actividades de aprendizaje afuera • Biblioteca pública SB • Parque Bohnett • Gratis • 2-3:30pm miércoles, 9/29.

GIRLS EMPOWERMENT CAMP

A camp to support and inspire girls • Camps with Coaches, hosted at Leadbetter Beach • $35 • https://tinyurl.com/32xavf6s • 4-6pm We.

CAMPAMENTO DE EMPODERAMIENTO DE LAS NIÑAS

Un campamento para apoyar e inspirar a las niñas • Campamentos con entrenadores, organizados en Leadbetter Beach • $35 • https://tinyurl.com/32xavf6s • 4-6pm miércoles.

LECTURES | MEETINGS | WORKSHOPS CONFERENCIAS | REUNIONES THERAPEUTIC MUSIC - RESTORING HARMONY IN TIMES OF TRANSITION Online class • SBCC Extended Learning • $60 • https://sbcc.augusoft.net • 10-11:30am We through 10/13.

MÚSICA TERAPÉUTICA: RESTAURACIÓN DE LA ARMONÍA EN TIEMPOS DE TRANSICIÓN

Clase en línea • Aprendizaje extendido de SBCC • $60 • https://sbcc.augusoft.net • 10-11:30am hasta el 10/13.

PROUD YOUTH OF COLOR

For BIPOC LGBTQ+ and ally youth • Pacific Pride Foundation • Free • https://linktr.ee/pacificpridefdn • 3-4:30pm We

ORGULLOSO JUVENTUD DE COLOR Para BIPOC LGBTQ + y jóvenes aliados • Pacific Pride Foundation • Gratis • https://linktr.ee/pacificpridefdn • 3-4:30pm miércoles

THE SB PUBLIC LIBRARY VIRTUAL ENGLISH CONVERSATION GROUP

For all English language learners • Free • www.santabarbaraca.gov/gov/depts/lib/default.asp • 4:30-5:30pm We.

GRUPO DE CONVERSACIÓN VIRTUAL EN INGLÉS DE LA BIBLIOTECA PÚBLICA DE SB

Para todos los estudiantes del idioma inglés • Gratis • www.santabarbaraca.gov/gov/depts/lib/default.asp • 4:30-5:30pm los miércoles.

LE CERCLE FRANÇAIS

A French conversation group, all levels welcome • Arnoldi’s Cafe, 600 Olive St., SB • Free • http://sbfrenchgroup.yolasite.com • 5-7pm We.


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Safari Local

Biblioteca pública SB • Gratis • Parque Alameda • 11:15-11:45am jueves.

KIDS SALSA CLASSES

InCONTINUES Person &/ CONTINÚA Online Activities for Everyone Actividades en persona y en línea para todos

Photos courtesy of Opera SB

Sigue a tres generaciones de una sola familia a través de un reflejo musical de las culturas y el significado del hogar mientras Opera Santa Barbara presenta la ópera Mariachi, Cruzar la Cara de la Luna. Dirigida por Octavio Cárdenas y presentada en el Teatro Granada, esta producción contará con el Mariachi Los Camperos, ganador de un Grammy, con sede en Los Ángeles. Las presentaciones se realizarán a las 7:30pm el viernes, 1 de octubre y a las 2:30pm el domingo, 3 de octubre. Los boletos cuestan entre $89 y $189, con una opción de precio disponible “Usted decide.” Visita https://tinyurl.com/se92p3vx

EL CÍRCULO FRANCÉS

Un grupo de conversación en francés, todos los niveles son bienvenidos • Arnoldi’s Cafe, 600 Olive St., SB • http://sbfrenchgroup.yolasite.com • Gratis • 5-7pm miércoles.

FAMILY-TO-FAMILY EDUCATION PROGRAM

Education program for family members of adults living with a mental health disorder • Mental Wellness Center • Free • www.namisantabarbara.org • 7pm We, 9/22-11/10.

PROGRAMA DE EDUCACIÓN DE FAMILIA A FAMILIA

Programa educativo para familiares de adultos que viven con un trastorno de salud mental • Mental Wellness Center • Gratis • www.namisantabarbara.org • 7pm miércoles, 9/22-11/10.

MUSIC | MÚSICA LAS CAFETERAS

Afro-Mexican folk fusion performance • UCSB Arts & Lectures • UCSB Storke Plaza • Free for UCSB campus community • 12pm We, 9/29.

LAS CAFETERAS

Presentación de fusión folclórica afro-mexicana • UCSB Arts & Lectures • UCSB Storke Plaza • Gratis para la comunidad del campus de UCSB • 12pm miércoles, 9/29.

PAT METHENY SIDE-EYE

Jazz performance • Lobero Theatre, SB • $74-131 • https://tinyurl.com/3wycjtd2 • 8pm We, 9/29.

PAT METHENY SIDE-EYE

Presentación de jazz • Teatro Lobero, SB • $74-131 • https://tinyurl.com/3wycjtd2 • 8pm miércoles, 9/29.

SPECIAL EVENTS | EVENTOS ESPECIALES LOVE OF LITERACY LUNCHEON

Benefiting SB Education Foundation • Godric Grove at Elings Park, 1298 Las Positas Rd • RSVP: https://tinyurl.com/bfzvzw95 • 121:30pm We, 9/29.

ALMUERZO DE AMOR A LA ALFABETIZACIÓN

Para beneficiar a SB Education Foundation • Godric Grove en Elings Park, 1298 Las Positas Rd • Reserva tu lugar: https://tinyurl.com/bfzvzw95 • 12-1:30pm miércoles, 9/29.

OPEN MIC STAND-UP COMEDY

Local comedians • Mel’s Cocktail Lounge, 209 W Carrillo St., SB • 7pm We.

MICRÓFONO ABIERTO - COMEDIA STAND-UP Los comediantes locales • Mel’s Cocktail Lounge, 209 W Carrillo St., SB • 7pm miércoles.

Thursday • jueves 9.30.21 CHILDREN | NIÑOS MUSIC AND MOVEMENT

Class for children and their caregivers • SB Public Library • Free • Alameda Park • 10:30-11am Th.

MÚSICA Y MOVIMIENTO

Clase para niños y sus cuidadores • Biblioteca pública SB • Gratis • Parque Alameda • 10:3011am jueves.

CLASES DE SALSA PARA NIÑOS

REUNIONES VIRTUALES DE OBSERVADORES DE AVES DE CARPINTERIA

LOVE IS THE WAY - HOLDING TO HOPE IN TROUBLING TIMES

Virtual series on Love is the Way by Bishop Michael Curry • Word and Life SB • $65 • https://wordandlife.us • 10am Th through 11/11.

EL AMOR ES EL CAMINO: AFERRARSE A LA ESPERANZA EN TIEMPOS DIFÍCILES

Serie virtual sobre El amor es el camino por el obispo Michael Curry • Word and Life SB • $65 • https://wordandlife.us • 10am jueves hasta 11/11.

STATE OF THE COUNTY

Local leaders discuss Santa Barbara County • SB South Coast Chamber of Commerce • $125-145 • Hilton SB Beachfront Resort, outdoor rotunda • https://tinyurl.com/69hdnau • 11:30am1:30pm Th, 9/30.

ESTADO DEL CONDADO

Los líderes locales discuten el condado de Santa Bárbara • SB Cámara de Comercio de la Costa Sur • $125-145 • Hilton SB Beachfront Resort, rotonda al aire libre • https://tinyurl.com/69hdnau • 11:30 am-1:30pm jueves, 9/30.

PROUD OLDER ADULT GROUP

For LGBTQ+ folks and allies ages 50+ • Pacific Pride Foundation • Free • https://tinyurl.com/86s5ry5p • 12-1pm Th.

Para personas y aliados LGBTQ + mayores de 50 años • Pacific Pride Foundation • Gratis • https://tinyurl.com/86s5ry5p • 12-1pm jueves.

LOCAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COMPANY LIGHTNING TALKS

STATE STREET PROMENADE MARKET

Located on the 900 & 1000 blocks of State St between Carrillo and Figueroa Sts • 3 to 7:30pm Thursdays • https://tinyurl.com/yx9v4pmd

MERCADO DEL STATE STREET PROMENADE

Ubicado en las cuadras 900 y 1000 de la Calle State entre las Calles Carrillo y Figueroa • 3 a 7:30pm los jueves • https://tinyurl.com/yx9v4pmd

SPECIAL EVENTS | EVENTOS ESPECIALES 62ND ANNUAL SANTA BARBARA COMMUNITY PRAYER BREAKFAST

Featuring keynote speaker John Davies • Hilton Santa Barbara Beachfront Resort • $50 • https://tinyurl.com/ff46uts • 7:30-9am Th, 9/30.

62O DESAYUNO ANUAL DE ORACIÓN DE LA COMUNIDAD DE SANTA BÁRBARA

Con el orador principal John Davies • Hilton Santa Barbara Beachfront Resort • $50 • https://tinyurl.com/ff46uts • 7:30-9am jueves, 9/30.

NAVY LEAGUE’S 5TH ANNUAL CHILI COOK-OFF Enjoy chili tasting, drinks, and BBQ • SB Navy League • Santa Barbara Carriage and Western

QUINTA EDICIÓN ANUAL DE CHILI COOK-OFF DE LA NAVY LEAGUE

Disfruta de degustación de chili, bebidas y barbacoa • SB Navy League • Carriage and Western Art Museum • $ 50 • https://tinyurl.com/5h736vns • 5pm jueves, 9/30.

NEW BEGINNINGS’ ANNUAL FUNDRAISER

Dinner and interview with author/actress Annabelle Gurwitch • The Santa Barbara Club patio garden • $250 • https://tinyurl.com/2nu8k4fp • 5pm Th, 9/30.

RECAUDACIÓN DE FONDOS ANUAL DE NEW BEGINNINGS Cena y entrevista con la autora / actriz Annabelle Gurwitch • El jardín del patio del Santa Barbara Club • $250 • https://tinyurl.com/2nu8k4fp • 5pm jueves, 9/30.

MONTECITO MOTOR CLASSIC KICKOFF EVENT

Showcasing five sports cars • Montecito Bank & Trust • MB&T La Cumbre Branch, 3802 State Street • RSVP to acornes@montecito.bank • 5:30-6:30pm Th, 9/30.

EVENTO DE LANZAMIENTO DE MONTECITO MOTOR CLASSIC

Exhibición de cinco autos deportivos • Montecito Bank & Trust • Sucursal MB&T La Cumbre, 3802 State Street • Confirma tu asistencia enviando un correo electrónico a acornes@montecito.bank • 5:30-6:30pm jueves, 9/30.

COLLEGE NIGHT OUT!

Featuring prize wheels, food, drinks, and more • Paseo Nuevo, SB • Free with college ID • 6-9pm Th, 9/30.

RE-OPENING OCTOBER 7TH

Networking and presentations from local professionals • 320 Storke Road, Suite #101, Goleta • Free • https://tinyurl.com/u3n7z9uj • 5pm Th, 9/30.

CHARLAS RELÁMPAGO DE LA EMPRESA LOCAL DE CIENCIA Y TECNOLOGÍA

Redes y presentaciones de profesionales locales • 320 Storke Road, Suite # 101, Goleta • Gratis • https://tinyurl.com/u3n7z9uj • 5pm jueves, 9/30.

NURTURING KNOW-HOW: BABY SIGN

“A BONA FIDE CINEMA CROWD-PLEASER!” – SCREEN INTERNATIONAL

Learn about using baby sign with infants • SB Public Library • Free • https://tinyurl.com/4afx8p8s • 6pm Th, 9/30.

CONOCIMIENTO DE LA CRIANZA: SIGNO DE BEBÉ

Aprende a usar el signos para bebés con bebés • Biblioteca pública SB • Gratis • https://tinyurl.com/4afx8p8s • 6pm jueves, 9/30.

MUSIC | MÚSICA ROAR & POUR

BEBÉ Y YO

ROAR & POUR

Se enfoca en el desarrollo de las habilidades previas a la alfabetización de los bebés •

Clases nocturnas de observación de aves • Gratis, todas las edades y niveles de habilidad. 4-5:15pm los jueves a través de Zoom: https://tinyurl.com/y9rheypj

Art Museum • $50 • https://tinyurl.com/5h736vns • 5pm Th, 9/30.

GRUPO DE ADULTOS MAYORES ORGULLOSOS

BABY AND ME

Focuses on developing babies’ pre-literacy skills • SB Public Library • Free • Alameda Park • 11:15-11:45am Th.

CARPINTERIA BIRDWATCHERS VIRTUAL MEETINGS

Evening birdwatching classes • Free, all ages & ability levels. 4-5:15pm Thursdays via Zoom: https://tinyurl.com/y9rheypj

LECTURES | MEETINGS | WORKSHOPS CONFERENCIAS | REUNIONES

Follow three generations of a single family through a musical reflection of cultures and the meaning of home as Opera Santa Barbara presents the Mariachi opera, Cruzar la Cara de la Luna (To Cross the Face of the Moon). Directed by Octavio Cardenas and performed at the Granada Theatre, this production will feature Grammy-Award winning, Los Angeles-based Mariachi Los Camperos. Performances will be given 7:30pm Friday, October 1st and 2:30pm Sunday, October 3rd. Tickets range from $89-$189, with a “You Decide” pricing option available. Visit https://tinyurl.com/se92p3vx

OUTDOORS | AL AIRE LIBRE

For kids aged 6 to 10 • ME Sabor Dance Studio, Oak Park Stage, 600 W Junipero St. • Open enrollment https://tinyurl.com/ycljdnsx • 4-5pm Th. Para niños de 6 a 10 años • ME Sabor Dance Studio, Oak Park Stage, 600 W Junipero St. • Inscripción abierta https://tinyurl.com/ycljdnsx • 4-5pm jueves.

BILINGUAL / BILINGÜE

September 24, 2021

Live music, food, and drink The Granada, Opera Santa Barbara, and The Good Lion • Outside the Good Lion/Granada Theatre, 6pm Th. Música en vivo, comida y bebida • The Granada, Opera Santa Barbara y The Good Lion • Afuera del Good Lion / Teatro Granada, 6pm jueves.

FOR INFO & TICKETS VISIT SBIFFRIVIERA.COM

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¡NOCHE UNIVERSITARIA!

Con premios, comida, bebidas y más • Paseo Nuevo, SB • Gratis con identificación universitaria • 6-9pm jueves, 9/30.

Friday • viernes

10.1.21

CHILDREN | NIÑOS STORYWALK IN THE PARK

Stories and learning activities outside • SB Public Library • MacKenzie Park • Free • 10:30am-12pm Fr, 10/1.

STORYWALK EN EL PARQUE

Historias y actividades de aprendizaje al aire libre • Biblioteca pública SB • Parque MacKenzie • Gratis • 10:30am-12pm viernes, 10/1.

LECTURES | MEETINGS | WORKSHOPS CONFERENCIAS | REUNIONES NEW TO MEDICARE

Virtual presentation • Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program • Free • www.CentralCoastSeniors.org • 10am Fr, 10/1.

NUEVO AL MEDICARE

Presentación virtual • Programa de asesoramiento y defensa de seguros de salud • Gratis • www.CentralCoastSeniors.org • 10am viernes, 10/1.

IMMIGRANT IDENTITY BILINGUAL POETRY ZINE WORKSHOP

For young adults ages 14-24 • Eastside Library • Free • 5:307pm Fr, 10/1.

TALLER DE ZINE DE POESÍA BILINGÜE DE IDENTIDAD DE INMIGRANTE

Para adultos jóvenes de 14 a 24 años • Biblioteca del lado este • Gratis • 5: 30-7pm viernes, 10/1.

MOVIES & THEATRE | CINE Y TEATRO

TWELFTH NIGHT

Outdoor performance of Shakespeare’s classic play • UCSB Theater/Dance • UCSB Commencement Green • Free • https://tinyurl.com/4chje7yh • 4pm Fr, 10/1-10/2, 12pm 10/2, 1pm 10/3.

DUODÉCIMA NOCHE

Presentación al aire libre de la obra clásica de Shakespeare • UCSB Teatro / Danza • UCSB Commencement Green • Gratis • https://tinyurl.com/4chje7yh • 4pm viernes, 10/1-10/2, 12pm 10/2, 1pm 10/3.

THE LADIES OF THE CAMELLIAS

A fully staged reading • Center Stage Theater, SB • $15 • www.centerstagetheater.org • 7:30pm Fr, 10/1-10/2, 2pm 10/2.

LAS DAMAS DE LAS CAMELIAS

Una lectura completamente organizada • Center Stage Theatre, SB • $15 • www.centerstagetheater.org • 7:30pm viernes, 10/1-10/2, 2pm 10/2.

TINY BEAUTIFUL THINGS

Play directed by Bob Blough • Ojai Art Center Theater • $1520 • www.ojaiact.org • 7:30pm Fr, 10/1, through 10/24.

PEQUEÑAS COSAS HERMOSAS

Obra dirigida por Bob Blough • Teatro del Centro de Arte Ojai • $15-20 • www.ojaiact.org • 7:30pm viernes, 10/1, hasta 10/24.

CRUZAR LA CARA DE LA LUNA

Operetta following three generations of an immigrant family • Opera SB • Granada Theatre, SB • $89-189 • https://tinyurl.com/se92p3vx • 7:30pm Fr, 10/1 & 2:30pm Su, 10/3.

CRUZAR LA CARA DE LA LUNA

Opereta siguiendo a tres generaciones de una familia inmigrante • Opera SB • Granada Theatre, SB • $89-189 • https://tinyurl.com/se92p3vx • 7:30 pm viernes, 10/1 y 2:30pm domingo, 10/3.

MUSIC | MÚSICA BENISE - 20TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR

Spanish guitar performance • Lobero Theatre, SB • $33.5097.50 • https://tinyurl.com/4ba4auvy • 7:30pm Fr, 10/1.

BENISE - GIRA DE 20 ANIVERSARIO

Presentación de guitarra española • Teatro Lobero, SB • $33.5097.50 • https://tinyurl.com/4ba4auvy • 7:30pm viernes, 10/1.

OUTDOORS | AL AIRE LIBRE ARBORETUM TREE WALK

Informative tree tour with Ken Knight • Rancho La Patera & Stow House, 304 North Los Carneros, Goleta • Contact lisa@goletahistory.org to RSVP • 9am Fr, 10/1.

Seed & Soul

PASEO POR EL ÁRBOL DEL ARBORETO

Recorrido informativo del árbol con Ken Knight • Rancho La Patera & Stow House, 304 North Los Carneros, Goleta • Comunicate con lisa@goletahistory.org para confirmar tu asistencia • 9am viernes, 10/1.

SPECIAL EVENTS | EVENTOS ESPECIALES RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY

Celebrating the Kellogg Tennis Court Replacement Project • SB County • 642 N. Kellogg Ave, Goleta • 2pm Fr, 10/1.

CEREMONIA DE CORTE DE CINTA

Celebrando el Proyecto de Reemplazo de la Cancha de Tenis de Kellogg • Condado de SB • 642 N. Kellogg Ave, Goleta • 2pm viernes, 10/1.

Saturday • sábado

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CHILDREN | NIÑOS A-Z COOKING CLASS

For ages 8-12 • Eastside Library Courtyard • Free • https://tinyurl.com/n6hetpmb • 1-3pm Sa, 10/2.

CLASE DE COCINA A-Z

Para niños de 8 a 12 años • Patio de la biblioteca del lado este • Gratis • https://tinyurl.com/n6hetpmb • 1-3pm sábado, 10/2.

MUSIC | MÚSICA FOREIGNER - THE HITS ORCHESTRAL

Foreigner’s classic songs with orchestral accompaniment • SB Bowl • $41-135 • https://tinyurl.com/28yh9n2e • 7pm Sa, 10/2.

EXTRANJERO - ORQUESTAL DE ÉXITOS

Canciones clásicas de extranjeros con acompañamiento orquestal • SB Bowl • $41-135 • https://tinyurl.com/28yh9n2e • 7pm sábado, 10/2.

OUTDOORS | AL AIRE LIBRE PADDLE FOR PARADISE

Kayak to benefit Gaviota Coast Conservancy • Refugio State Beach • $99-122 • https://tinyurl.com/22up4hs • 9:30am2:30pm Sa, 10/2.

PALETA PARA EL PARAÍSO

Kayak en beneficio de Gaviota Coast Conservancy • Refugio State Beach • $99-122 •https://tinyurl.com/22up4hs • 9:30am-2:30pm sábado, 10/2.

SPECIAL EVENTS | EVENTOS ESPECIALES 2021 ARCHITECTOURS

Virtually tour projects showcasing outstanding design • AIA SB • https://tinyurl.com/d6fv59s7 • $20-35 • 9am-3:30pm Sa, 10/2.

VISITAS DE ARQUITECTOS 2021

Proyectos de gira virtual que muestran un diseño sobresaliente • AIA SB • https://tinyurl.com/d6fv59s7 • $20-35 • 9am-3:30pm sábado, 10/2.

FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY SIDEWALK BOOK SALE Benefitting SB Central Library • Central Library, 40 E Anapamu St. • 10am-3pm Sa, 10/2.

Carol Paquet &

Kerry Methner October 1st to 30th

Artists’ Reception Friday, October 8th 5 to 8pm

VENTA DE LIBROS EN LA ACERA DE AMIGOS DE LA BIBLIOTECA

Beneficio de la Biblioteca Central de SB • Biblioteca Central, 40 E Anapamu St. • 10 am-3pm sábado, 10/2.

Sunday • domingo

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MUSIC | MÚSICA

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Rock concert • SB Bowl • $55.50-$300.50 • https://tinyurl. com/953w8vwr • 7pm Su, 10/3.

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By Daisy Scott / VOICE

OASTING LARGER-THANLIFE MURALS surrounding an impressive inventory of vintage sports apparel, 805 University is bringing fresh energy to the downtown vintage clothing scene. Recently opened at its new location on 920 State Street, the store carries stylish items representing dozens of teams nationwide. Accordingly, it’s quickly becoming a hot spot for local sports fans of all ages, providing them a place to shop and connect with others over shared passions. “We get a different experience here,” said owner Andrew Gonzales. “People are in here for hours digging through the clothes and reminiscing and saying, ‘oh, look at this, remember this, and remember this?’ And that’s a good feeling.” Born and raised Andrew Gonzales in Santa Barbara, Gonzales’ business journey began with his founding and coaching a basketball team for his son, leading him to take on administrative tasks such as organizing tournaments and designing and purchasing team jerseys. Once his son went to high school, Gonzales noticed the rising popularity of vintage sportswear among younger generations. He promptly decided to merge his business experiences with his love of sports to launch his own business. “It’s cool to see today’s youth wearing exactly what we wore when we grew up, when

we were ten years old, 15 years old, like starter jackets and starter jerseys — everything that you can imagine from back then,” commented Gonzales. Gonzales has operated his business for five years, initially selling vintage items via Instagram. Later, he partnered with local business 805 to open his first store in Goleta, named 805 Clothing Company. When the partnership ended two years ago, Gonzales renamed his business 805 University to reflect its proximity to UCSB. Now, motivated by the many available spaces downtown and the hope of better foot traffic, 805 University has made its State Street debut. In doing so, Gonzales is directly contributing to the recent surge in local businesses opening in the downtown area. He also plans to feature various artists and vendors through popup shops in the future. “As a kid it was different, you’d never see all these vacancies, you always had these stores filled,” shared Gonzales. “It feels good to be able to be one of the people that [fills] the spot and is representative for his community... It makes me want to do more in the community, honestly.” Inside 805 University, customers can select how they’d like to display their favorite teams from an abundance of vintage jackets, jerseys, and t-shirts. There are also some shirts featuring bands, Harley Davidson, video games, and other familiar logos. Along the back wall, shelves of snapbacks and hats offer additional ways to show team pride. Gonzales personally picks out every item within 805 University, selecting pieces based on customer feedback and interest. He finds them through visits to thrift shops and vintage Photo courtesy of 805 University

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Puts a Fresh Spin on Vintage Sportswear markets, searching online, and buying from customers and wholesalers in Los Angeles. Yet for all its focus on vintage items, 805 University holds a distinctly modern, relaxed atmosphere. Vibrant murals by local artist Griffin Lounsbury cover the walls, filling the space with red and blue patterns, reinterpretations of the store’s logo, and a stunning mural of rapper Nipsey Hussle. Rap and hip-hop music play overhead, completing the store’s fresh yet classic feel. 805 University is open 11-8pm Mon-Sat, and 11-5pm Sun at 920 State Street www.805university.myshopify.com

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London Symphony Orchestra Will Hold Residency in Santa Barbara as Music Academy of the West Launches its 75th Anniversary Festivities

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ELCOMING THE RETURN OF THE LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA TO SANTA BARBARA for a residency in which Sir Simon Rattle will lead three unique concerts, the Music Academy of the West has kicked off its 75th Anniversary Festivities. The concerts will begin in March 2022.

a specially designed LSO Family Concert, an event that is the perfect opportunity to introduce young people to the thrilling sound of a symphony orchestra in a setting

welcoming for families with children. The matinee concert is on Saturday, March 26th (time TBA) in the Granada Theatre. The culminating event of the Santa Barbara residency held Sunday evening, March 27th (venue and time TBA) will be a joint 75th Anniversary Community Concert including up to 48 Keston MAX fellow “All-Stars” from 2018-2021, all alumni of the Music Academy’s Summer School and Festival who earned their participation through auditions reviewed by LSO musicians. Each piece on the program will place the “All-Stars” on stage with the LSO for a once-in-alifetime alliance featuring more than 150 musicians.

“We are proud to offer our community a first-time residency in Santa Barbara by Sir Simon Rattle and the LSO to launch our milestone 75th anniversary. Through this international exchange, we have offered our alumni impactful training and performance opportunities and unparalleled concerts on two continents,” stated Scott Reed, Music Academy of the West President & CEO. Music Academy of the West and the LSO formed an unprecedented collaboration to bring the LSO, its family of conductors, and individual musicians to Santa Barbara. Music Academy alumni traveled to London for intensive training and performance with the LSO in the Keston Music Academy Exchange program (Keston MAX), which will continue in 2022.

Subscription tickets for the Thursday, March 24th concert go on sale via CAMA (camasb.org). Subscription renewals begin in September.

Sir Simon Rattle

Individual tickets for the Thursday, March 24th concert will be $75 as a nod to the 75th anniversary. 100 $10 Community Access tickets will be available. 7-17s are free when accompanied by ticketed adults. For the Saturday, March 26th Family Concert, adult tickets are $10; children attend free. Tickets for the Sunday, March 27th 75th Anniversary Community Concert will all be $10, and 7-17s are free.

“Ever since the LSO was in Santa Barbara in 2019, we have been eagerly anticipating our return. We always look forward to our collaboration with their talented fellows,” commented Kathryn McDowell, LSO Managing Director. The first concert will feature the LSO exclusively and is co-presented by Santa Barbara-based Community Arts Music Association (CAMA) at theGranada Theatre on Thursday, March 24th at 7:30pm. The second program is

Individual tickets for all three concerts will be available on Tuesday, January 18 at Noon. www.musicacademy.org

Scott Reed, MAW President & CEO

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Heart of New House Annual Benefit Luncheon

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By Mark Whitehurst / VOICE

IGHTING ADDICTION ONE PERSON AT A TIME, New House celebrated brave efforts and honored the work of John Cordero at a luncheon at the Santa Barbara Hilton last Saturday.

Honoree John Cordero and New House Exec Dir. Gordon Guy

Front: KJ Jeiroudi, Kay Robinson,Tiannia Parris, and Michelle Armstrong Back: Nicole Crammer, Kamala Parris, Celine Parris, Elisa Phips, and Bill Parris

Back: Pat Rice, Renee De Jong, Deborah Lynch, Judith Brookshire, and Jen Steckline. Front: Lindy McLean Deborah Talmage, and Karen Atkins

“This group of guys here today and the many that can’t be here today are regaining the opportunity to be good fathers, brothers, sons, and importantly part of a group all reaching for new goals and changing their life. Thank you, guys,” stated Gordon Guy, Executive Director of New House, an organization dedicated to clean, sober, and healthy living for men.

Honoree John Cordero, Joe Ramirez, Noel Rivas, and Bill Parish

John Cordero, was the honored recipient of the Heart of New House Award for his 25 years of supporting the organization by sharing his experience and acting as an example to residents of the commitment to recovery from addiction. The event was also a fundraiser in support of scholarships for those unable to afford the program.

Kayla Higginbotham, Zack Higginbotham, Rosanne Ball, and Paula Higginbotham

“New House awarded $109,000 in scholarships to 92 men this last year,” Guy noted during his remarks. John Palminteri, Kerry Methner, Mark Whitehurst, Donna Reeves and Dean Wilson of the Turner Foundation

The fifth annual event, Emceed by John Palminteri for the fifth time, was attended by about 300 people. The program included an inspirational video with testimonials, produced by Paula Lopez Ochoa. Music was provided by Sadies Sloth featuring Brolin Parris, Elijah Whitney, and James McKernan.

“Sadies Sloth” with James McKernan, Brolin Paris, and Elijah Whitney performed

The annual event is a celebratory occasion for the community to recognize the importance of lending a helping hand and what a big difference can be made in individuals’ lives. Front: Phil Jones, Pat Jones, Donna Reeves ,and Dean Wilson of the Turner Foundation Standing: Ira Lane, Taylor Lane, Jazmine Kildare, and Dave Seldon

Front: Guest, Board Member Stephanie Molina, Dan Martin, Shelby Swanson, and Kelly Berger Back: Guest, Eduardo Cué, Mayor Cathy Murillo, Michelle Kerwood and Lino Celio

Throughout the year, the program focuses on helping men recover from alcoholism and other drug addictions by providing an environment for sobriety to flourish, with 12 step programs, structure, and accountability. There’s still time to join in supporting the New House community. For more information visit www.sbnewhouse.org

Mike Woodard, Steve Olsen, and Jodi Hill

Jeff Daughtery, President Newhouse; Jacqueline Daughtery, and Eric Rowan, Program Director Hotel de Rivera

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ELECT / ELIGE

Mark Whitehurst

Mayor / Alcalde Mark Whitehurst

Publisher/Owner VOICE (CASA)Magazine, 27 Years Downtown Organization: Past President and Treasurer, Board of Directors, 14 Years • Santa Barbara Beautiful, 25 Years • CASA Gallery – 1st Thursday, 12 Years – A Community Builder – Editor / propietario de VOICE (CASA) Magazine, 27 años Downtown Organization: Ex presidente y tesorero, junta directiva, 14 años • Santa Barbara Beautiful, 25 años • CASA Gallery – 1st Thursday, 12 años – Un constructor comunitario –

As a weekly newspaper publisher, community building has been my focus for 38 years. From that perspective, I see a need for a strong city agenda as well as a decisive, collaborative, and relationship building mayor. After three successful start-ups which honed my entrepreneurial and leadership skills, and in response, I joined the

race for Santa Barbara Mayor. My community connections run deep. I have served as President, twice as treasurer, and 13 years on the executive committee of the largest business organization in Santa Barbara—Downtown Santa Barbara. Protecting our urban forest by planting 12,000 trees and boosting art and art events, Santa

Clean and Safe Community

• Substations for caseworkers, ambassadors, first responders • Jobs program • Video security

Barbara Beautiful has been my main non profit interest, where I have served for 25 years in many capacities, including President and treasurer. I have also served on the Park and Recreation Community Foundation Board, which oversees the Douglas Preserve and recently helped fund the renovation of the Cabrillo Pavilion.

Comunidad limpia y segura

Revitalize the Economy

• Subestaciones para los trabajadores sociales, embajadores, primeros respondedores • Programa de empleos • Cámaras de seguridad

Housing

• Desarrollo / Refinamiento del Promenade • Promocionar SB como destino de arte y cultura y ecológico • Ordenanza de salario mínimo para toda la ciudad

• Promenade Development / Refinement • Promote SB as an Art & Culture & Eco Destination • City wide Minimum Wage Ordinance • Streamline permitting process with timelines • Partner with home owners who want to expand

Change is Coming! – Vote by November 2nd –

Revitalizar la economía:

Viviendas:

• Agilizar el proceso de permisos con cronogramas • Asociarse con los dueños de casa que quieren ampliar

¡Se acerca el cambio!

– Vota antes del 2 de noviembre –

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HarborVOICE By Sigrid Toye, Special to VOICE

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NDER THE LAST WEEKEND’S SUNNY AUTUMN SKIES (NO FOG!) I decided to take a little jaunt along the harbor breakwater. Remembering last week’s column on the Yacht Club’s successful Charity Regatta for the benefit of VNA Health, I was reminded that our harbor is lucky enough to have not one, but two very active sailing clubs. Glancing up at the first three flags along the breakwater, my eye caught sight of the Santa Barbara Sailing Club’s signature burgee - to quote Webster: “a triangular flag bearing the colors or emblem of a sailing club.” Now... how’s that for the perfect definition?

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Although the Santa Barbara Sailing Club (SBSC) is recognized today by its present name, in its infancy it had another one. Back in 1959, a group of dedicated sailors recognized the need for an organization devoted primarily to one class design racing (all boats virtually identical or similar in design, racing without a handicap), and the Small Sailboat Racing Association was established. The founders’ primary objective was to establish an approachable sailing club for both racing and boating enjoyment. An Inaugural Regatta was held in the Fall of 1959 with a turnout of 57 boats. Quite a formidable beginning! Under the leadership of Commodore Gordon Butcher in 1961, the Small Sailboat Racing Association joined with other clubs to compete with the Santa Barbara Yacht Club for the Adams Trophy. Each competitor was required to fly its club’s burgee, therefore Betty, the Commodore’s wife, hastily designed and fabricated one for the Small Sailboat Racing Association. I’m told it’s that very same design that now graces the SBSC flagpole on the breakwater. On the 6th of May, 1965, the club was incorporated with a name change to Santa Barbara Sailing Club. The first Opening Day was held in 1969, after which new races were added and the club’s programs expanded. Although the organization’s original boat storage yard was located on Leadbetter Beach, the City of Santa Barbara extended Shoreline Drive and the boat yard was moved to an expansive area in the harbor where it remains today, a rather nice piece of real estate for boat storage with a short hop to the boat hoist. This year’s signature events are the Cinco de Mayo Regatta, the Goleta Beach Race, and the Goblin Regatta, the nautical version of Halloween. The club has now advanced to Associate Membership in the Southern California Yachting Association, and has expanded its racing program to include PHRF racers, dinghy sailors, cruisers, and day sailors, the only qualification being their mutual love of boats and racing. In partnership with the Pierpont Bay Yacht Club, the SBSC also co-hosts the Hardway Race, which starts in Santa Barbara and rounds the Channel Islands and crosses the finish line in Ventura. I had the good fortune to reach Michael Schaumburg, treasurer of the SBSC. “I’ve been a happy member of the Santa Barbara Sailing Club for at least 15 years... maybe longer,’” he stated proudly. A former resident of the Bay Area, Schaumburg was a member of the Richmond Yacht Club, an organization that catered to smaller boats and sailing fun. “When I moved to Santa Barbara the SBSC was the perfect fit, the same friendly, open atmosphere with access to storage and a hoist.” Within a short period of time Schaumburg joined the board as treasurer, and since has seen the expansion of the fleet and the consolidation of the yearly racing calendar. “We are an all volunteer organization whose goal is racing enjoyment and good camaraderie with no paid assistance – in other words, group of fun loving boaters!” During the yachting season, the SBSC joins their next door neighbor, the Santa Barbara Yacht Club, for the weekly Wet Wednesdays and the Goleta Beach Race. Their next collaboration will be in celebration of Halloween with the Goblin Regatta on the weekend of October 23rd-24th. I’m planning to be watching for the goblins that weekend, why don’t you join me?

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For more information visit the SBSC website at www.sailsbsc.org Sigrid Toye volunteers for the Breakwater Flag Project. She is on the board of directors of the Maritime Museum and participates in Yacht Club activities. An educational/behavior therapist, Sigrid holds a Ph.D in clinical psychology. She loves all things creative, including her two grown children who are working artists. Send Harbor tips to: Itssigrid@gmail.com

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Palminteri’s Community VOICE John Palminteri

What’s Been Happening?

Meeting Local Officers

One 805 Benefit Jail Outbreak Caused by Staff?

The One805 fundraiser in Montecito Saturday night was a special night for SANTA BARBARA COUNTY FIRST RESPONDERS and honorees Alan Parsons, Ashley Iverson, and Kim Cantin. The first event took place after the 2018 mudflow. The 23 lives lost in the disaster were remembered.

Heart of New House

The Fifth Annual HEART OF NEW HOUSE Luncheon Saturday in Santa Barbara honored John Cordero for his service to New House and support of scholarships for men who are trying to change their lives.

COFFEE with a COP in Goleta Tuesday brought out Sheriff’s personnel spending time with the public talking about the issues in the area. Traffic concerns, homelessness, stolen catalytic converters, the return of UCSB, and more. It was hosted at the Goodland Hotel courtyard.

The Santa Barbara Sheriff’s department says the COVID OUTBREAK in the Santa Barbara County jail may have come from the staff. Information came out in questioning from the Board of Supervisors.

Caution on the Tracks!

DON’T TAKE RISKS ON THE RAILS. More enforcement is focused this week on crossings, dangerous driving, and pedestrian violations in our train corridor. “Operation Clear Track” is an effort by Operation Lifesaver Inc., Amtrak Police, and law enforcement partners across the nation to raise awareness of the need for caution near railroad tracks and trains during Rail Safety Week, held September 20 to 26, 2021.

Thirsty?

DOG TONGUES and passersby with BIG BOTTLES will enjoy the new hydration stations in two Santa Barbara parks. The Community Environmental Council says this will help to ELIMINATE PLASTIC BOTTLES.

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continent had evolved alongside a literary and cultural tradition of incredible power, one anchored to the flora and fauna of this landscape. It made me understand how much I had always been a stranger to the land on which I had lived, and it opened my eyes to the painful history of colonialism. It sent me travelling to Native communities, and started me working with Native American language scholars and teachers. And it has set me on a course to understand and celebrate these traditions. They are the real heart of the Americas.

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Nuclear Age Peace Foundation welcomes Matthew Spellberg as new President

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By Kerry Methner / VOICE

DYNAMIC NEW VOICE WILL JOIN THE SANTA BARBARA COMMUNITY in October when Matthew Spellberg steps up as the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation’s president. While he will be relocating from the East Coast, he grew up in the Santa Francisco Bay area and looks forward to this “homecoming.” Spellberg, 34, received his BA and MA from Harvard and his PhD from Princeton. It was during his undergraduate years at Harvard, as Elaine Scarry’s Research Assistant (author of Thermonuclear Monarchy: Choosing Between Democracy and Doom and NAPF Advisor), that his attention to the dangers posed by nuclear weapons began. Subsequently, he taught Law, Journalism, Literature, and Composition for six years in the New Jersey prison system, at the same time helping to build a fledgling volunteer organization at Princeton into a major prison teaching institution. His scholarly research focuses on the Indigenous cultures and languages of North America, and on the history of dreaming across different societies. Elected to the Harvard Society of Fellows in 2017, he co-founded Harvard’s Seminar on the Native Cultures of the Americas the following year. “To me, the highest good is a world in which the human imagination can flourish in all of its forms... and be exercised by all with agency, continuity, and care. We live in an era where technological and structural forces threaten such a vision of the good from all sides. Nuclear weapons are the most extreme form of this threat, promising the destruction of everything we have ever known. But the historical conditions that made nuclear weapons possible are the same that have created a planet paralyzed by inequality, racism, continuous surveillance, exploitation of the land, and the inexhaustible demands of an industrialized economic system.” He continued, “As President of NAPF I plan to continue and expand the foundation’s legacy in these two directions: fighting to change the human relationship to technology, and exploring alternatives for how we best organize our cultures and live as citizens of this planet. I am honored to be NAPF’s new President.” Spellberg took time out to answer several questions via email for VOICE readers. They follow in a version edited for length.

VOICE: What was your family’s focus?

Spellberg: My father is a lawyer, and my mother is a doctor—neither is a professional activist, but both are in their way deeply generous people. Both give freely of their skills and expertise to the people around them, especially those who wouldn’t normally be able to afford such help— they are very modest about this, but I learned a great deal from their example. The most formative aspect of my childhood, though, was growing up in a bilingual household. My mother’s family is Polish, and my grandparents emigrated after the Second World War. My grandmother especially wanted me to learn Polish, and so I grew up surrounded by older speakers of the language. This meant that I was steeped in a rich heritage of stories, songs, and memories. My grandparents also passed through some of the rawest moments of the 20th century. My grandfather enlisted in the Polish army in 1939, and was taken prisoner by the Russians a few months later. He spent two years in a Siberian POW camp, and was then later returned to active duty in an all-Polish unit of the British Army, fighting in North Africa and Italy. My grandmother worked as a nurse in the underground in occupied Poland before fleeing the Russian advance in 1945. They met as refugees in Italy, where they studied medicine together. These experiences figured largely in my mind as a child, and still do now. My grandparents witnessed immense suffering, and that weighed on them. But they also saw survival as a cause for joy, and this made them vital and humane people. That I was able to learn about all this from them in Polish, their first language, made their history all the more vivid. It gave me a deep appreciation for languages, and for the inheritance of the past. VOICE: What was your relationship to the earth and human impact on it as a young person?

Spellberg: If my mother gave me the gifts of language and culture, then my father gave me the gift of nature. He grew up in California, and has always loved the California landscape. Every summer he took me and my brother backpacking in the Sierra Nevadas, and to visit a skyblue lake in the Yosemite high country that is his favorite place in the whole world. My father taught me to love the land wordlessly and unquestioningly, like a child. And he taught me to see communion with the land as a means to affirm your love for other people. We talked

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VOICE: How did you make the journey from indigenous languages & culture to the NAPF?

only rarely about the damage humans had done. It was enough for him to show me the beauty of the world; from there I was able to infer what was at stake in the way the land was being abused. VOICE: How did you become focused on indigenous culture and language? Dreaming?

Spellberg: I am a persistent person, and also a restless person. When I become interested in an idea, I hold onto it for years and years, and my approach is to let it lead me as far as it will go, across disciplines, histories, and cultures. I first became interested in dreaming in college, when I read a book by a 19th-century Frenchman, who wrote about his experiments with what we would now call “lucid dreaming,” that is, learning to control your dreams. What astonished me was the vividness of his descriptions, how he conjured such a beautiful and fantastical world in his sleep. It seemed to me the outer limit of the imagination, and it seemed to me the most democratic form of imagining: not everyone can write a novel, but almost everyone can dream, and can, given the right state of mind, dream spectacularly. I was amazed to discover that there was a long line of philosophers, artists, and even whole cultures who took dreams seriously as tools for thinking, making, and even acting in the world. As for Indigenous languages and cultures, I came relatively late to them: it wasn’t until I was 24 or so, and already studying for a PhD in literature. The short version of the story is that I read a book about Indigenous oral traditions and it blew my mind. It made me realize I needed to start my education all over again, from scratch. In the context of my research on dreaming, I realized Indigenous thinkers had much more sophisticated accounts of what happens in your dreams than most European philosophers or neuroscientists. The longer version of the story goes back to these two great forces in my childhood, Polish culture and California nature. I loved them both; they both shaped me deeply; but I couldn’t quite understand how they coexisted in the world. I remember reading European novels that described birch forests and thinking to myself, what does a birch forest look like? I had never seen one in California. On the flipside, I had never read a story about a Redwood forest. When I started reading Native American texts I realized that the North American

Spellberg: It has been a very sudden shift in my life—the invitation to apply to NAPF came just a few months ago. I had been planning a more conventional life in academia. But in my interviews with the NAPF board I was amazed by their passionate convictions as well as their adventurousness, and it seemed like a oncein-a-lifetime opportunity to try something radical and audacious. Working with Indigenous communities had taught me a lot about the intertwined crises our country faces, and also how much can be learned by venturing outside the university. Both of these gave me the courage to make this big leap. One other major part of my life deserves mention here: for many years I was involved in prison education in New Jersey. There I learned a lot about how to negotiate with many different actors, like local goverments, different educational institutions, and nonprofits. It was hard work, but I loved it. I felt it was deeply continuous with my more solitary intellectual pursuits, and I’m excited to work in that vein again. VOICE: Did you have mentors that encouraged you?

Spellberg: I have been fortunate to have wonderful mentors all through my life. The most important teacher in my life is Elaine Scarry, a professor of mine from college. It’s through her that I came to know of NAPF and take this job. I learned so many lessons from her, perhaps the most important of which is that if you love the beauty of the world, you must fight to protect it from injustice. My second great mentor in recent years has been Robert Bringhurst, a polymath poet and scholar whose writings introduced me to Native American languages. He has modeled for me a life of total immersion in both nature and culture. My third mentor is not one person, but a group of people. I study the Tlingit language of Southeast Alaska over Zoom with a small band of linguists, school teachers, and language lovers, both Indigenous and non-Indigenous. We call ourselves “the Tlingit Nerds.” They have taught me everything I know about community. VOICE: What’s the role of human imagination in addressing critical challenges today?

Spellberg: I think that nowadays many people have a strong sense that they are “against X” – whether that X is nuclear weapons, militarism, climate change, inequality, racism, gun laws. But we have become very impoverished in the sense of being “for Y.” The writer Mark Fisher was fond of saying “it is easier to imagine the end of the world than it is to imagine the end of capitalism.” He meant that we have a superabundance of films and novels that depict some kind of apocalypse, but very few documents that show us any viable alternative to the system we live in. You can extend that statement to many issues: it is easier to imagine


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the end of the world than a world without cars, In fact, for him this was the only fight worth easier to imagine the end of the world than a fighting. world without prisons, easier to imagine the VOICE: Please say more on continuing end of the world than a world without nuclear NAPF's work? weapons (this last one is distressingly literal: Spellberg: To pick up from the last question, everyone can picture a mushroom cloud, but if I want NAPF to become an incubator of the Y you talk about disarmament, people look at you that we fight for: I want it to as if you’re crazy). We can see be developing new models the problems, but we do not for governance and culture, have solutions that are worth NAPF is like a secret models which will inspire fighting for in of themselves. reservoir that still us to break our interlinked I believe that people will chains of technological and retains some of the never fight as hard against X social violence. as they will for Y. And rightly audacious energy of More concretely, I’d so. If all you do is dismantle the mid-20th century: like NAPF to become a a system, who knows what think-tank for audacious will rise up to fill the gap? the sense of possibility proposals at the intersection The imagination is needed to that motivated the of philosophy and policy. propose genuine alternatives, Civil Rights Movement, In 1689, John Locke and it is only in the pursuit published The Second of these alternatives that the Peace Movement, Treatise of Government. The we will acquire the will and all of the ideas he put forth seemed and courage to dismantle intellectual ferment completely impossible at the present-day injustices. time, but 85 years later the One person who knew this that characterized the American Declaration of very well was Gandhi. He 1960s. Independence made them always said that non-violent a reality almost word for - Matthew Spellberg resistance to the British Raj word. I think we need more could not be a goal in of Second Treatises floating itself. The goal had to be around right now. And we need specifically a new India, one that did not merely preserve ideas about two issues, which I think of as the the injustices of British rule under a new two prongs of NAPF: first, our relationship to government. He called this part of his vision technology, and second, our way of organizing the “constructive program” – for him it meant society. imagining a radically new modernity with a For instance, to deal with nuclear weapons, changed relationship to technology and values. I think we need to think deeply and creatively He was famous for skipping out on meetings with important politicians in order to help build about our whole relationship to civil defense. What would it mean to create a model of civil a latrine. For him, this was how the fight would defense much more directly connected to the be won, with the constructive imagination.

But once an idea genuinely takes whole nation, rather than root in a people or a place, it run by a professional army becomes unstoppable. that is increasingly alienated from the majority of the VOICE: What are you most citizenry? looking forward to as Similarly, I think we president of NAPF? need to re-think our whole Spellberg: I am looking forward relationship to land use if to bridging the gap between we are ever to emerge from past and present. NAPF has an the shadow of destructive inspiring history because, from technologies, nuclear and its inception, it was oriented not otherwise. What would only toward dismantling the it mean to foreground nuclear system, but also toward Indigenous land practices proposing a new, utopian vision and sovereignty in our laws Matthew Spellberg on a of the future. That’s what has and customs? recent trip to Alaska drawn visionaries like Jacques These are not questions Cousteau and Desmond Tutu that can be answered and put into use in a single generation. But we are in to the foundation over the years. NAPF is like a secret reservoir that still retains some of the desperate need of ambitious thinking on these audacious energy of the mid-20th century: the topics, thinking that can take the form of policy sense of possibility that motivated the Civil papers, presentations, documentary films—all Rights Movement, the Peace Movement, and kinds of collaborations between scholars and all of the intellectual ferment that characterized activists. I realize this sounds ambitious, but that’s the the 1960s. Over the last few decades, that energy point: we need to have teams of people thinking has been largely sapped in the public sphere by a cancerous cynicism. But there are signs that on a speculative canvas, so that down the line, in 2021, society is finally beginning to shake off when a window for change opens up, we can this attitude. NAPF is in a position to bridge this have proposals and models ready to go. I want earlier tradition of utopian thinking with a new NAPF to be the umbrella under which such sense of political possibility. teams gather.

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into that of a Baroque period ensemble. Fascinating. The program, featuring Santa Barbara Symphony Principal Viola Erik Rynearson (Teleman’s G Major Viola Concerto) will also offer Rameau and Bach, but the take home memory will be the concert’s last work, Handel’s Music for the Royal Fireworks. After the traditional New Year’s Eve concert on December 31st with guest conductor Bob Bernhardt, 2022 begins with a concert pair called Fandango Picante (January 15th and 16th) featuring violinist Anne Akiko Meyers. The program will be conducted by Nir Kabaretti, who mentioned Meyers’ “Vieuxtemps” Guarneri ‘del Gesu’ (1741) which recently sold for 16 million, during his presentation. Meyers has exclusive lifetime use of the instrument. The program will feature Mexican composer Arturo Marquez’s Fandango Violin Concerto and Rimsky-Korsakov’s Capriccio Espagnol. Beethoven in Bloom (February Nir Kabaretti 19th and 20th) will feature Symphony Principal Harp Michelle Temple performing Jennifer Higdon’s Harp Concerto, American composer Jeff Beal’s The Great Circle, and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 6, Pastorale. Beethoven in Bloom will be presented in collaboration with the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden. Organ phenom, Cameron Carpenter, will join Kabaretti for the March 19th and 20th pair of concerts titled, Sonic Boom. Cameron will helm his famous electronic pipe organ for Saint-Saëns’ Symphony No. 3, Poulenc’s Concerto for Organ, Timpani, and Strings, and will play Bach’s Prelude and Fugue in E-Flat “St. Anne.” Every organist within 300 miles will be there. The Silver/Garburg piano duo will return to Santa Barbara for Romance in a New Key (April 23rd and 24th) in collaboration with the Santa Barbara Museum of Art’s exhibit “Through Vincent’s Eyes: Van Gogh and His Sources. Richard Dünser’s Interpretation of Schumann Piano Quartet, Op. 47 will enjoy its world premiere, coupled with Mendelssohn’s Symphony No. 3 “Scottish.” Riffing on Gershwin (May 21st and 22nd) will finish the season spectacularly, with guest artists, the Marcus Roberts Trio performing Roberts’ arrangement for jazz trio and orchestra of Gershwin’s Piano Concerto in F. American composer Florence Price’s Symphony No. 1 will flesh out the program, a collaboration with Jazz at the Lobero.

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T DIDN’T TAKE DIVINING RODS OR SOOTHSAYERS to figure out the upcoming first full season of live concerts by the Santa Barbara Symphony since COVID-19 would be explosive. The 2021-2022 concert schedule presentation and reception at the Lobero Theatre on September 14th made clear, after more than 67 seasons bringing orchestral concerts and guest artists to our city, the orchestra’s purpose, from administration, to conductor, to members of the orchestra, was to welcome audiences back to the orchestra’s Granada Theatre home in a few weeks for one of the most dynamic seasons in its history. Natasha Kislenko On the Lobero stage for the one-hour presentation were the orchestra’s primary movers and shakers; Janet Garufis, Chair of the Board; Kathryn R. Martin, President and CEO of the orchestra; and Music and Artistic Director, Nir Kabaretti. Later, Rebecca Roling, new VP of Patron and Community Engagement was introduced to the generous crowd of music lovers in attendance. Slides and short videos a click away on the screen behind him, maestro Kabaretti’s charming anecdotes about each of the upcoming concerts whetted musical appetites and set an easy and informative pace. Symphony Principal Pianist Natasha Kislenko kept the energy level between power points fun and focused, coming on stage from time to time to provide live musical relief, a one musician entr’acte, tickling the house piano’s ivories with musical bits and bobs, mostly Gershwin. Without doubt, the opening event of the new Symphony season (October 23rd and 24th - Kismet) will knock the socks off Santa Barbara’s artsy set and draw new audiences to the Symphony. A gift to the community from publisher Sara Miller McCune (she’s picking up the production tab) with additional support from the Granada Theatre, a fully staged collaborative production of the historic musical, Kismet, will not only salute the glorious music of Borodin, but feature the State Street Ballet performing new choreography by William Soleau. A cast of singers from around the world will shape this new production under the fastidious tutelage of Broadway director Lonny Price. Conductor Nir Kabaretti will officiate from the pit. The second pair of concerts (November 13th and 14th - Royal Fireworks) will bring Baroque specialist Nicolas McGegan to the podium. Known to Santa Barbara audiences for his many conducting engagements at the Music Academy of the West over the years, McGegan will transform the color, style, and performance practice of the Santa Barbara Symphony

VOICE: Is it possible to inspire cultures to dream of a healthy, safe, interconnected society?

Spellberg: It is absolutely possible, but we should not underestimate the difficulties involved. Ideas often need years to incubate and grow and reach maturity. They must be carefully cultivated, preserved when fashions change, and revised when unintended consequences crop up.

VOICE: Any additional comments?

Spellberg: I am so excited to get to know Santa Barbara and its people. I know that NAPF has been deeply a part of this community, and I want it to remain that way for years to come. www.WagingPeace.org

For ticket info visit www.TheSymphony.org or call 805-898-9386 Daniel Kepl has been writing music, theatre, and dance reviews or Santa Barbara publications since he was a teenager. His professional expertise is as an orchestra conductor. For more reviews by Daniel Kepl visit: www.performingartsreview.net


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HE NUMBER OF JOB OPENINGS INCREASED TO A SERIES HIGH OF 10.9 MILLION on the last business day of July, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported earlier this month. Job openings increased in several industries, with the largest increases in health care and social assistance (+294,000); finance and insurance (+116,000); and accommodation and food services (+115,000). Health care job openings surged because the COVID-19 Delta variant is filling hospitals again, while surging consumer spending on leisure and travel is creating a higher demand for jobs in finance, accommodation, and food services. And now we have looming school openings, which could foster even more job openings, if teachers are reluctant to return to work because of conflicting mask mandates in red states, which, I reported, induces classroom shutdowns with quarantines affecting those not vaccinated or wearing masks. As of September 2nd, over five million children have tested positive for COVID-19 since the onset of the pandemic, the American Academy of Pediatrics reported. Although a lower percentage of them are hospitalized, it is putting a burden on school openings. The number of children and teens suffering from the coronavirus-borne illness COVID-19 exceeded 250,000 for the first time since the start of the pandemic in the week through September 2nd, a worrying trend coming just as they return to school in person. The current 7-day moving average of daily new cases (153,246) increased 4.9 percent compared with the previous 7-day moving average (146,087), said the CDC. The current 7-day moving average is 123.6 percent higher than the value observed approximately one year ago (68,533 new cases on July 20, 2020). It really looks like there is too much uncertainty keeping many workers from returning to work. Total hiring slipped for the first time this year. Job hires fell by 160,000 to 6.7 million, with hiring in the retail sector down sharply. This is while separations rose 174,000 to 5.8 million. This includes those fired and those who left the job. What will bring them back? More vaccinations and mask mandates will be most effective, according to experts, with CNN saying President Joe Biden will push for Computer Oriented RE Technology

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NE805 HAS COME ROARING BACK FROM LOCKDOWN with a perfectly executed, soldout event that was the perfect combination of class, emotion, and world One805 Co-founders: President Richard Weston, Kristen Cavendish Weston-Smith, CFO John Thyne III, Nina Phillips, and CEO Eric Phillips class entertainment. The One805 Live! event held this Saturday at the stunning Winn-Twining estate, featuring Danny Seraphine of Chicago and Robby Krieger of The Doors, was a knockout success. Strict COVID protocols at the outdoor venue provided partygoers with a safe environment to have a wonderful time. From start to finish, the mission of supporting First Responders was achieved at every turn. The event sold out in three short weeks and premium sponsors made significant donations Heart of the Community award recipients: Alan Parsons, Kim Cantin, and Ashley to ensure the success of Iverson the night and the cause. Outstanding food by Via Maestra, incredible music, a wonderful VIP KEYT Anchors CJ Ward and experience, a rousing bagpipe introduction including America the Beautiful, and a short program focused on supporting First Responders, Beth Farnsworth made it a night to remember. Giving the first ever “Heart of the Community” awards, the board of One805 honored Alan Parsons, Kim Cantin, and Ashley Iverson for their contributions to One805 and the broader community. Linda Weinmann, co-founder of Linda.com, created the unique, handmade ceramic awards that were presented to recipients. One805 is a 501(c)(3) public charity that was Maria and Monty Wilson with Drs. John and created following the devastating Thomas Fire and Karen Tamela ensuing Montecito mudflow that claimed the lives of 23 of our neighbors. What began as a planned BBQ to thank first responders who fought the fire, grew to a massively successful and star-studded event dubbed the Kick Ash Bash where over $2 million was quickly raised for emergency equipment that most first responder agencies do not have the budgets to procure, plus critical counseling services following such a traumatic incident. Three important mobile command units were purchased and given to police, fire, and sheriffs agencies, and those units are in service today. Now, One805 has continued to support eleven first responder agencies who comprise their advisory council by hosting events and coordinating the procurement and delivery of life saving equipment. Over the past two years, the organization has provided COVID decontamination equipment and PPE to the agencies, delivered donated flowers to nurses and doctors, filled several grant requests for emergency tools and equipment for the first responders, and launched its successful One805 Fire Fighters Brent Manfred and Sam Dudley with Board Member Nina Live! events that continue to raise funds to support those who Phillips and Allison Bowlus and first www.one805.org support us.

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Afghan refugees to the U.S. face a mountain of challenges, scholars say

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HE NUMBERS AREN’T FIRM, but federal officials expect that roughly 50,000 Afghans will come to the U.S. as refugees following America’s withdrawal from Afghanistan. Their arrival will be bittersweet — free from the threat of the Taliban but bewildered by a strange and sometimes hostile country. Maryam Kia-Keating — a professor in the Department of Counseling, Clinical and School Psychology in UC Santa Barbara’s Gevirtz Graduate School of Education — said an adjustment period is to be expected. “It’s a very sudden forced displacement and it’s a radical change in culture and language,” she said, “and you’re suddenly leaving your home with next to nothing in terms of your belongings and a lot of fear in terms of what you’ve perhaps witnessed, as well as uncertainty about your future.” Sadaf Delawar, a master’s student in UCSB’s Department of Global Studies, knows all about it. She was a toddler when she left Afghanistan for the U.S. It was the late 1990s and her family of professionals was being harassed by the Taliban. They eventually settled in Pennsylvania and scratched out a life with a combination of social services and menial jobs. “My mom was a pharmacist in Afghanistan,” Delawar said, “and while I was growing up she had to work at Walmart and stuff like that, places that were well below what she had studied and who she was. That type of thing happens often.” Kia-Keating, who has written extensively about refugees’ mental health, especially among youth, said the displaced generally suffer from a range of indignities beyond the trauma of fleeing their homes — poverty, housing and food issues, living in unsafe neighborhoods, and more. “These are the kinds of things that we want to consider when trying to support newcomers to our communities,” she said. So what can you do if you want to help refugees adjust to life here? “First and foremost,” Kia-Keating said, “refugees need welcoming communities that embrace the idea of having a new group come in. And not only ready to help them get settled, but also to appreciate the ways that they Maryam Kia-Keating can potentially contribute to the new communities. So rather than just seeing them as victims, they could see them actually contributing, and that many refugees come in with incredible skills, training, and education.” This resonates with Delawar, whose studies focus on historical analyses of Afghan refugees. “That is very fair,” she said. “Yes. Welcoming communities. People willing to help, willing to listen, willing to guide them. And people who are just sympathetic and understanding of a situation that they had no control over.” Delawar said she understands how some people might fear “a horde of people getting on these planes and they’re completely different.” But those fears, she added, ignore the reality of a forcibly displaced people who don’t Sadaf Delawar come here to be tourists on some grand adventure. Her advice: “Just see groups and families as people who could add to the multicultural fabric of our nation, see it as an opportunity to have compassion and be welcoming.” As Kia-Keating noted, there are more than 80 million people around the world who’ve been forced to flee their homes. Of those, about 26 million are refugees and roughly half of those are children under the age of 18. “Understand that the numbers are pretty staggering, and there’s a high percentage of young people involved in these situations of forced displacement,” she said. “So if it’s hard to have compassion for adults, perhaps it’s easier for people to realize that children are at the mercy of the environment around them and have nothing to do with the war or the conflict or the politics.” What might a welcoming community look like? Kia-Keating notes that refugee settlement decisions are made at the federal level, and often the first contact refugees have is with resettlement agencies. Volunteering with these agencies, if you have the time, can provide needed early support. “There are also ways to try to get to know people through networks,” she said. “Doing the neighborly thing can go a long way, just checking in and saying, ‘Hey, welcome to our community. We’re happy you’re here. What can we do to help support you? Here’s my phone number, call me if you need anything.’” “Economic issues are one of the biggest first hurdles for people arriving,” Kia-Keating continued. “If you have opportunities or know of opportunities or can help them connect to opportunities, you usually find that families are very anxious to work and contribute and have an incredibly strong work ethic.” For Delawar, being welcoming can mean small gestures like bringing refugees a bag of fruit or a plate of cookies. It’s not only a kindness, but culturally appropriate with Afghans, she said. “That definitely would be socially acceptable,” she said. “You would probably be offered tea, which is what we do.” As a cultural matter, Delawar noted that there’s one big difference between Afghans and Americans: Afghans don’t make eye contact in situations when they are being respectful or don’t know you well. “Eye contact is considered rude,” she said. “And so if you’re not getting a lot of eye contact, it’s not because someone is lying like we consider it in American culture. In my culture it’s considered more polite and deferential to avoid eye contact in certain situations.” Finally, keep in mind Afghans are a proud people with a rich ancient culture, and beautiful traditions. While refugees are grateful to be safe from attack or persecution, Delawar said, they’re not thrilled to be away from their homeland. “It is not our desire to live abroad,” she said. “We do not want that. 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HE PASTORAL COUNTRYSIDE SURROUNDING SOLVANG is the subject of paintings now on display at the Elverhøj Museum of History and Art. Widening Circles: Landscape Portraits of Solvang is a new gallery exhibition with works by accomplished Santa Ynez Valley artists Chris Chapman and John Iwerks. The public is invited to attend and celebrate art at the first Elverhoj event since February 2020! “Some of the layers on display are very much present tense, like cattle ranching and Old Mission Santa Inés,” explains Chapman, “while other sites, such as dairy farms, no longer exist.” The art on view focuses on the sites and structures located on the 8,883acre parcel purchased in 1911 to establish a new Danish colony in the Santa Ynez Valley. The land extended far beyond present-day Solvang and, along with the layers of history, provides the inspiration for this exhibition.

A reception for the artists will be held on Saturday September 25 from 4 to 6pm.

OPENING RECEPTION: BOREIN AND HIS CIRCLE OF FRIENDS • Enjoy the works of Edward Borein and other artists • SB Historical Museum • Free-$15 • RSVP: https://tinyurl. com/55ewnkw5 • 5:30pm We, 9/22. RECEPCIÓN DE APERTURA: BOREIN Y SU CÍRCULO DE AMIGOS • Disfruta de las obras de Edward Borein y otros artistas • SB Historical Museum • Gratis- $15 • Haz tu reserva: https://tinyurl.com/55ewnkw5 • 5:30pm miércoles, 9/22. LIGHT ELEPHANT EXHIBITION • View this large-scale, public art piece • Museum of Contemporary Art, SB • 11am-5pm Th, 9/23 through 10/3. EXPOSICIÓN ELEFANTE LIGERO • Ve esta obra de arte público a gran escala • Museum of Contemporary Art, SB • 11am-5pm jueves, de 9/23 al 10/3. SLOPOKE ART OF THE WEST EXHIBITION & SALE • Western-themed art show • Flag is Up Farms, 901 East Highway 246, Solvang • $25 • RSVP: https://tinyurl. com/2dyfedwp • 5:30pm Fr, 9/24 opening reception, through 9/26. EXPOSICIÓN Y VENTA SLOPOKE ART OF THE WEST • Muestra de arte de temática occidental • Flag is Up Farms, 901 East Highway 246, Solvang • $25 • Haz tu reserva: https://tinyurl.com/2dyfedwp • 5:30pm viernes, recepción de apertura del 24 de septiembre hasta el 26 de septiembre. TIDELINE VISIONS: THE ART OF SEAWEED POP-UP SHOW & SALE • Featuring works of photographic artist Karen Clark • SB Maritime Museum patio, 113 Harbor Way, Suite 190 • 11am-2pm Sa, 9/25. VISIONES DE LA LÍNEA DE MAREAS: EXHIBICIÓN Y VENTA EMERGENTE DEL ARTE DE LAS ALGAS • Presentando obras de la artista fotográfica Karen Clark • patio de SB Maritime Museum, 113 Harbor Way, Suite 190 • 11am-2pm sábado, 9/25. OPENING RECEPTION: NATURE OF BEAUTY WITH LIBBY HOLLAND • Celebrate nature with art, music, and food • SB Botanic Garden, Pritzlaff Conservation Center Gallery • $70-80 • RSVP: https://tinyurl.com/fzrj4a2d • 6pm Sa, 9/25. RECEPCIÓN DE APERTURA: NATURALEZA DE LA BELLEZA CON LIBBY HOLLAND • Celebra la naturaleza con arte, música y comida • SB Botanic Garden, Pritzlaff Conservation Center Gallery • $70-80 • Haz tu reserva: https:// tinyurl.com/fzrj4a2d • 6pm sábado, 9/25. BOOK LAUNCH & EXHIBITION: SANTA BARBARA ARTISTS AND THEIR DOGS • Exhibition of dog portraits and book launch • REH GraySpace Art Gallery, 219 Gray Ave., SB • 12-8pm Sa 9/25, 12-4pm Su, 9/26. LANZAMIENTO DEL LIBRO Y EXPOSICIÓN: ARTISTAS DE SANTA BÁRBARA Y SUS PERROS • Exposición de retratos de perros y lanzamiento de libro • REH GraySpace Art Gallery, 219 Gray Ave., SB • 12-8pm sábado 9/25, 12-4pm domingo, 9/26. CAW ART POP • Art and crafts pop-up with music • Community Arts Workshop, 631 Garden St. • 11am-5pm Su, 9/26. ARTE POP DE CAW • Pop-up de arte y manualidades con música • Community Arts Workshop, 631 Garden St. • 11am-5pm domingo, 9/26. ARTISTS RECEPTION • For artists Cathy Winton and Jayne Burton • Island Brewing Company, 5049 6th Street, Carpinteria • Free • 1-4pm Su, 9/26.

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RECEPCIÓN DE ARTISTAS • Para los artistas Cathy Winton y Jayne Burton • Island Brewing Company, 5049 6th Street, Carpinteria • Gratis • 1-4pm domingo, 9/26. COLLECTION OF RESISTANCE: A UCSB STUDENT COVID SERIES EXHIBITION • Exhibition highlighting and giving voice to marginalized experiences If you are intrigued by portraits of animals, stop in • UCSB Multicultural Center a GraySpace Art for a popup of animal portraits – Lounge • Opens 8am Tu, Canine Companions – this weekend September 249/28, through 12/10. 26: Friday and Saturday,12 to 8; and Sunday 12 to 4 Call or text 805-689-0858 for more information. COLECCIÓN DE RESISTENCIA: UNA THE ARTIST’S TABLE ART SHOW • EXPOSICIÓN DE LA SERIE COVID DE Art sale benefiting Museum exhibits • SB ESTUDIANTES DE UCSB • Exposición que Museum of Natural History, Fleischmann destaca y da voz a experiencias marginadas • Auditorium • 10am-5pm Sa, 10/2-10/10. UCSB Multicultural Center Lounge • Abre a las 8am del martes, 28 de septiembre, hasta el EXPOSICION DE LA MESA DEL ARTISTA • Venta de arte para beneficiar 10 de diciembre. las exhibiciones del museo • SB Museum of EDWARD BOREIN: A RESPONSE TO HIS Natural History, Auditorio Fleischmann • ART • Presented by Michael Grauer • SB 10am-5pm sábado, 10/2-10/10. Historical Museum • Free • RSVP: https:// FAMILY FRIENDLY WORKSHOP - LIGHT tinyurl.com/wnvpbr3m • 5pm We, 9/29. ELEPHANT • Decorate an elephant prop • EDWARD BOREIN: UNA RESPUESTA A Museum of Contemporary Art SB • Free • SU ARTE • Presentado por Michael Grauer RSVP: https://tinyurl.com/8a5n49hc • 1-4pm • SB Historical Museum • Gratis • Reserva tu Sa, 10/2. lugar: https://tinyurl.com/wnvpbr3m • 5pm TALLER FAMILIAR - ELEFANTE LIGERO miércoles, 9/29. • Decora un accesorio de elefante • Museum COMMUNITY ART IN A DIGITAL AGE of Contemporary Art SB • Gratis • Reserva tu PANEL • With artists Harvest Keeney, Leah lugar: https://tinyurl.com/8a5n49hc • 1-4pm Moment, and Amanda Harris Williams • sábado, 10/2. Museum of Contemporary Art SB • Free • SB ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW! • 10am to 6pm https://tinyurl.com/2fpuhe7w • 5-6:30pm on Sundays from Stearns Wharf east along We, 9/29. Cabrillo Blvd. • (805) 897-2519 • ARTE COMUNITARIO EN UN PANEL DE https://tinyurl.com/4vt6j5ex LA ERA DIGITAL • Con los artistas Harvest Keeney, Leah Moment y Amanda Harris ¡LA EXHIBICIÓN DE ARTES Y Williams • Museum of Contemporary Art MANUALIDADES DE SB! • 10am hasta las SB • Gratis • https://tinyurl.com/2fpuhe7w • 6pm los domingos desde Stearns Wharf y 5-6:30pm miércoles, 9/29. hacia el este a lo largo de Cabrillo Blvd. • RECEPTION - LIGHT ELEPHANT • (805) 897-2519 • Celebration of artists Iman Djouini and https://tinyurl.com/4vt6j5ex Jonathan Taube’s work • Museum of Contemporary Art SB • Upper Arts Terrace, Paseo Nuevo • 5-8pm Th, 9/30. RECEPCIÓN - ELEFANTE LIGERO • Celebración de la obra de los artistas Iman Djouini y Jonathan Taube • Museum of Contemporary Art SB • Terraza superior de las artes, Paseo Nuevo • 5-8pm jueves, 9/30. THE ARTIST’S TABLE OPENING SOIREE • Meet artists and enjoy regional wines, and dinner • SB Museum of History, Fleischmann Auditorium • $250 • RSVP: https://tinyurl.com/4dvbrzyb • 5:30pm Fr, 10/1. VELADA DE APERTURA DE LA MESA DEL ARTISTA • Conoce a artistas y disfruta de vinos regionales y una cena • SB Museum of History, Auditorio Fleischmann • $250 • Reserva tu lugar: https://tinyurl.com/4dvbrzyb • 5:30pm viernes, 10/1. ARTS & CRAFT FAIRE • Support local artists • Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center courtyard • 10am-4pm Sa, 10/2. FERIA DE ARTES Y ARTESANIAS Santa Barbara Visual Artists and friends, 25 artists in all, are continuing their exhibition at the SBVA Apoya a los artistas locales • Patio Gallery in Paseo Nuevo Mall. Find work by local de Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts artists, including this work, Peace Koi, by Sue Center • 10am-4pm sábado, 10/2. Mae Willhite.


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New Book Celebrates Artists and Their Dogs

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XPLORE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ARTISTS AND THEIR DOGS with the launch of a new local book, Santa Barbara Artists and Their Dogs this month. Created by The Art Council of the Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum of Art, this heartfelt book features portraits of each of the 70 included artists with their dogs, as well as brief, essays about their bond. “Whether the dog is a muse, a model, a companion, or a therapist, artists and dogs have forged deep attachments for centuries,” said Judy L. Larson, R. Anthony Askew professor of art history and museum director. “Our canine pals add so much to the enjoyment of life and serve as a prompt to live in the moment.” Santa Barbara Artists and Their Dogs will be available for purchase from 12-8pm on September 24th and 25th, and between 12-4pm on September 26th at REH GraySpace Art Gallery, 219 Gray Ave., Santa Barbara along with portraits of dogs by the artists. Community members can also view portraits of the artists and dogs in a new exhibition at the Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum of Art’s downstairs gallery through December 18th. Information: museum@westmont.edu • (805) 565-6162 • www.westmont.edu/museum

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