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concierge Santa Barbara

Your Guide for

Activities Information Restaurants Shopping

SPRING & SUMMER 2013


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Welcome

to Santa Barbara

A

nd welcome to the Pocket Concierge, a quick reference guide to all that is worth doing in Santa Barbara. No matter how long you stay, we know you’ll be back so keep a copy of this guide for future reference. Santa Barbara garners its share of the national attention for its location, people and activities: from its Oscar-nominated celebration of wine, women and scenery (in the movie Sideways) to its glitter of stars attending the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. Though we shine on the silver screen, we’re better known for our beaches, mountain views, mild climate, restaurants, museums and friendly attitude toward visitors. If you wish, stop into an open house and see if the experts had it right by designating Santa Barbara one of the priciest places to live in America. But then again, I say you get what you pay for. Take a hike for some exercise; lay a towel on the beach for relaxation, stop into a cafe if you’re thirsty, dine at one of our fine restaurants when you hunger. After a couple of days you will see Santa Barbara is best not judged by price, but rather by value. And speaking of value, you will find no better than the free publication you hold in your hand. Use the maps, calendar of events, information pages and advertisements to navigate throughout your stay. You’re going to love it here. Come back as often as you can, because one trip to Santa Barbara is never enough. Thank you for letting us assist in your journey.

Stephen Meade Publisher Pocket Concierge

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P O C K E T

concierge S anta B a r ba r a ACTIVITIES & SHOPPING

SANTA BARBARA Dining

Bryant & Sons, Ltd..........................2 Santa Barbara Trolley Company...7 Wheel Fun Beach Rentals..............8 Santa Barbara Zoo.........................10 Santa Barbara Golf Club..............11 Chumash Casino Resort...............12 S.B. Free Shopping Trolley...........13 Opera Santa Barbara....................14 Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History.......................15 Sustainable Vine Wine Tours.......16 The Land Shark Tours...................17 Paddle Sports Santa Barbara.......18 Arbor Collective.............................19 Condor Express............................. 20 Granada Theatre............................21 Beach House................................. 22 Santa Barbara Sailing Center..... 23 A-Frame Surf..................................24 Downtown Organization............ 25

Palazzio Restaurant........................27 Cajun Kitchen................................ 28 Aldo’s Ristorante............................ 29 Killer B’s BBQ, Bar & Grill.......... 30 Opal Restaurant & Bar.................31 Coast Restaurant........................... 32 The Palace Grill............................. 33 Joe’s Cafe........................................ 36 Sambo’s Restaurant.......................37 Pastavino......................................... 38 Holdren’s Steaks & Seafood....... 39 Santa Barbara Brewing Company.................... 40 BrewCo. Lounge...........................41 Soho Restaurant............................ 42 Chuck’s of Hawaii......................... 43 Enterprise Fish Company............ 44 Santa Barbara Roasting Company.................... 45 The Press Room............................ 46 4


InformatioN GUIDE

POCKET CONCIERGE

Points of Interest Area Map.........34 Calendar of Events.........................48 Listings Guide..................................57 Central Coast Area Map...............63 Hiking Map.......................................64 Downtown Map...............................65 County Wineries Area Map..........66

is published by: Meade Publishing P.O. Box 90611 Santa Barbara, CA 93190 805-452-1020 805-966-1695 Fax Pocketconcierge@yahoo.com Production: City Creative Group www.citycg.com Photography: Scott Gibson (cover) Tom Tuttle Frank Becker Michael Baum

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ACTIVITIES

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anta Barbara has an outstanding variety

of fun things to do outdoors. Whether your desire is to be on the water, on the land or in the mountains, there is something just for you. Take advantage of the mild Mediterranean climate and sunny days to bring out the best in you!

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Santa Barbara Trolley

DAILY TOURS & CHARTER SERVICES VISIT SBTROLLEY.COM

See Santa Barbara in 90 Minutes!

805-965-0353 Tours Operate Daily every 60 minutes Adults $19 per person • Kids FREE! Tickets Available On-Board

Departing Daily from the Entrance of Stearns Wharf & the Old Mission Visa & Mastercharge Accepted • www.sbtrolley.com Serving Santa Barbara since 1985 • PSG26932 (PUC License) 7


Fun for Unique Bikes & Way More!

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! y l i m a F e the Whowlith every rental! Free Helmet

r, u o h e h t y b Rent y a d e h t y b Rent

m to 6 pm a 8 s r u o H r Winte abrillo Blvd

• 23 E. C 22 State St

& Operated d e n w O y ll a Loc ays a Year Open 365 D 9


Kevin Smith

400 animals 30 acres

The World's Most Beautiful Zoo Redeem this ad for $1 off each admission. Valid for up to 6 paid admissions (805) 962-5339 • Just off Cabrillo Blvd. at East Beach • sbzoo.org 10


Santa Barbara Golf Club We’ll Treat You Like a Local at our Jewel of a Course! 18-hole, full-service public course Lowest greens fees in the area Internet tee times available Driving Range • Pro Shop Full Service Restaurant & Bar

The Best Golf Value in Santa Barbara!

Bring in this ad to receive local rates.

3500 McCaw Ave. at Las Positas 805.687.7087 • www.sbgolf.com 11


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Schedule

LA CUMBRE PLAZA

Doubletree Lobby Santa Barbara Inn Cabrillo Inn Hyatt Santa Barbara Santa Barbara Visitor’s Bureau Best Western Beach Side Inn Franciscan Inn Mason Beach Inn Paseo Nuevo at Calif. Pizza Kitchen La Cumbre Plaza at Starbucks Paseo Nuevo at Calif. Pizza Kitchen

10:00 10:04 10:07 10:10 10:14 10:18 10:21 10:23 10:30 10:52 11:13

11:30 11:34 11:37 11:40 11:44 11:48 11:51 11:53 12:00 12:22 12:43

1:00 1:04 1:07 1:10 1:14 1:18 1:21 1:23 1:30 1:52 2:13

2:30 2:34 2:37 2:40 2:44 2:48 2:51 2:53 3:00 3:22 3:43

4:00 4:04 4:07 4:10 4:14 4:18 4:21 4:23 4:30 4:52 5:13

Starts Everyday at 10:00 through October 20th!

23 E. Cabrillo Blvd. 805-965-0353 www.sbtrolley.com 13


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Make a SPLASH aboard Santa Barbara’s most unique tour!

THE LAND SHARK!

ost historical cities on a “boat with w ne of the m hee View o th land and sea cruising. Experience th ls” o b r o f d e e best design bara in comfort, aboard our Coast Guard appr r a B a t n o ve of Sa ous vehicle for a truly unforgettable adventure d ! amphibi

Tours departing daily from State Street @ Stearns Wharf

12pm • 2pm • 4pm (Winter: No 4pm tour November–April) Reservations not required • Lightweight jacket recommended

(805) 683-7600 WWW.THELANDSHARK.NET

Tour route and schedule subject to change or cancellation. TCP #016637-S 17


KAYAK Santa Barbara Channel Island Tours, Sales, Lessons & Walk-in Rentals Call 805-899-4925 To Reserve a Coastal Tour or Channel Island Trip

Stand Up Paddle (SUP)

Sales, Rentals & Demos Available at West Beach and Harbor 805-899-4925 www.kayaksb.com Open 7 Days • 10am - 6pm

2 for 1 Kayak Rental with this ad (excludes holiday weekends)

Located at: 117B Harbor Way in the Santa Barbara 18


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Cruise on the new

Condor

Please Call for Reservations Available Everyday 20


Located in the heart of downtown at 1214 State Street Located in the heart of downtown at 1214 State Street

The Granada Theatre is proud to be the showcase home The Granada Theatre is proud to be the showcase home of the Santa Barbara region’s finest performing arts organizations. of the Santa Barbara region’s finest performing arts organizations.

GRANADA CONCERT SERIES SERIES GRANADA THEATRE THEATRE CONCERT STATE STREET BALLET BALLET STATE STREET OPERA BARBARA OPERA SANTA SANTA BARBARA SANTA SYMPHONY SANTA BARBARA BARBARA SYMPHONY MUSIC ACADEMY MUSIC ACADEMY OF THE THE WEST WEST OF UCSB ARTS & & LECTURES LECTURES UCSB ARTS THEATER LEAGUE THEATER LEAGUE CHORAL SOCIETY SOCIETY CHORAL CAMA CAMA SEE OUR ENTIRE ENTIRE CALENDAR CALENDAR OF EVENTS ON OUR OUR WEBSITE WEBSITE

GRANADASB.ORG GRANADASB.ORG or CALL OUR BOX BOX OFFICE OFFICE

805.899.2222 805.899.2222

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Check out our Kids Surf Camp santabarbarasurfadventures.com

surfnwear.com Open Daily Hours: 9am - 7pm Sunday - Thursday 9am - 8pm Friday - Saturday 22


Sunsets on the

Double Dolphin Jazz On The Water Dinner Cruises Sunset Cruises Coastal Cruises Whale Watching Private Parties Kayak Excursions

Santa InBthearbara S ailing Center harbor at the launch ramp r e ntals • charter s • ins truction k aya k s • k i d ’ s c a m p • fa m i ly f u n

ASA School of the Year

805-962-2826 • 800-350-9090 • sbsail.com we can please all your on the water needs Call for Reservations Summer Hours: 9am-6pm • Winter Hours: 9am-5pm Located in the Santa Barbara Harbor 23


A-Frame Surf Santa Claus Lane . Carpinteria

Surfboards (buy or rent) Surf Apparel Shoes, Watches, AcceSsories Surf Lessons

Locally Owned & Operated Open 7 Days a Week (805) 684-8803 24


photo by patty clark

See It...

Taste It...

Find It...

Downtown Santa Barbara’s Historic Arts District Shops, Restaurants, Galleries, Theatres and Events... Only in Santa Barbara

www.SantaBarbaraDowntown.com 25


Holdren’s

DINING & NIGHTLIFE

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anta Barbara is home to many diverse culinary

experiences. Choose indoor or outdoor patio seating, beachside or cafe dining. From casual or

Opal

formal dining—elegant dress to shorts and sandals. Home to world-famous chefs offering their best creations to the most

Aldo’s

discerning palate.

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People Don’t Leave Here Hungry or Thirsty! Large Portions • Family Style Friendly “Team” Service Lunch: Mon–Fri 11:30am-4pm Sat-Sun 11:30am–4pm

Dinner: Sun–Thu 4pm–11 Fri & Sat 4pm–Midnight

HAPPY HOUR

Monday-Friday from 4:00pm to 6:00pm Monday-Thursday from 9:00pm to close

1026 State Street • 564-1985

www.palazzio.com 27


Cajun Kitchen Cafe

“The Best Breakfast & Lunch in Town” Country Breakfasts • Traditional Breakfasts Omelets • Pancakes • Eggs Benedict Full Lunch Menu & Cajun Specialties Cajun Pizza • Gumbo • Bourbon Street Chili Red Beans & Rice • Creole Jambalaya Shrimp Creole • Blackened Red Fish Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara

901 Chapala

1924 De la Vina

217 North Milpas

965-1004 Goleta

6831 ‘A’ Hollister

683-8864

687-2062

899-9192

Carpinteria

Lompoc

865 Linden Avenue

1508 N. H Street St.

684-6010 28

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Aldo’s Aldo’s retains its soulful spirit… with a menu that’s a really beautiful combination of northern Italian and southern Italian, but as organic and as seasonally driven as possible —THE INDEPENDENT

Lunch & Dinner 1031 State Street (805) 963-6687 Open 7 days and all major holidays www.sbaldos.com

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Unique and Authentic BBQ in the heart of Downtown Santa Barbara. All of our Award Winning smoked meats, BBQ sauces and rubs are created in house from scratch daily!

Dine-in • Take out • Delivery Open for lunch 7 days a week! Late Night

Enjoy our

Happy Hour

Killer Happy Hour Everyday!

Thursday-Saturday 10-Midnight

Mon-Fri 3-7, Sat-Sun 4-6

718 State Street, Santa Barbara killerbbqandbar.com • (805) 845-2254

Hours: Sunday-Wednesday 11:30 am-11 pm • Thursday-Saturday 11:30-Midnight 30


A popular local’s favorite, opal restaurant and bar infuses an

Eclectic California Cuisine with creative influences from around the World.

“This centrally located American Bistro shines with “gourmet food at everyday prices” and remains an “absolute must in SB” for “well -prepared”, “creative” fare complemented by “superb-illuminating” wines, “charming” decor; “satisfyingly buzzy” ambiance and accomodating service keeps it a “favorite with Locals” -----Zagat Survey

Great Steaks, Fresh Fish & Seafood, Amazing desserts... W.S. Award-Winning Wine list * Full Bar * Martini Menu

Private Banquet Room * Catering * Take-out * 1325 State Street, Next to the Arlington Theatre Open Daily Lunch and Dinner 805-966-9676 www.opalrestaurantandbar.com 31


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Santa Barbara Area Map


AREA KEY DESTINATIONS & POINTS OF INTEREST

P O C K E T

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MUSEUMS 1 Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum , 21 W. Anapamu............................................................962-5322 2 Museum of Natural History, 2559 Puesta Del Sol Rd..................................................682-4711 3 Santa Barbara Carriage & Western Arts, 129 Castillo ................................................................962-2353 4 Santa Barbara Historical Museum, 136 E. De La Guerra..................................................... 966-1601 5 Santa Barbara Maritime Museum, 113 Harbor Way .......................................................... 962-8404 6 Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1130 State St .............................................................. 963-4364 7 TY WARNER Sea Center, 211 Stearns Wharf .......................................................962-0885

Santa Barbara County Courthouse

of SANTA BARBARA

Stearns Wharf

SINCE 1928

Santa Barbara Harbor

Solvang

As Soon As You Set Foot Inside The Palace Grill, You’ll Know You Are In For A Special Experience...

HISTORIC SITES 8 Casa de la Guerra, 11-19 East de la Guerra Street....................................... 965-2975 9 El Presidio State Historic Park, 23 East Canon Perdido................................................. 966-9719 10 santa barbara county courthouse, 1100 Anacapa St.......................................................... 962-6464 11 Santa barbara harbor, Harbor Way at Cabrillo Blvd/Shoreline 12 santa barbara mission, 2201 Laguna St............................................................682-4713 13 stearns wharf, End of State Street at the Ocean

ZOOS, GARDENS AND OPEN SPACES Mission Rose Garden

Butterfly Beach surfing

LUNCH DINNER COCKTAILS

A Taste of New Orleans

Laissez les bons temp rouler. Let the good times roll. Santa Ynez Wine Country

El Presidio

Santa Barbara Mission

Louisiana BBQ Shrimp • Hurricane Margarita Cajun Martini • Cajun Crawfish Popcorn Seafood Gumbo • Coconut Caribbean Shrimp Grilled Ahi Tuna • Stuffed Filet Mignon Pasta Jambalaya • Louisiana Bread Pudding Soufflé • Blackened Redfish • Key Lime Pie

UCSB

OLDEST RESTAURANT IN SANTA BARBARA 536 STATE STREET (805) 966-4638 www.joescafesb.com Sunset Sailing

La Arcada Plaza

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“Voted Best Service 25 Years in a Row” “One of the Most Highly Rated Restaurants in America” –The Zagat Survey Serving 7 Days: Lunch 11:30–3, Dinner from 5:30

8 E. Cota Street • 963-5000 33

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Santa Barbara Zoo, 500 Ninos Drive...........................................................962-5339 Santa Barbara Botanic Garden, 1212 Mission Canyon Rd ............................................... 682-4726 Los positas/elings park, Las Positas Rd. & Jerry Harwin Pk....................................569-5611 old Mission Park & rose gardens, 2200 Laguna................................................................682-4713 Lotusland, 95 Ashley Rd. (reservations only)...................................969-9990 douglas family preserve, End of Las Positas at Cliff Drive

ARTS 20 Contemporary Arts Forum, Paseo Nuevo Mall......................................................... 966-5373 21 lobero theater, 33 E. Canon Perdido St................................................. 966-0190 22 granada theater, 1216 State...................................................................899-3000 23 arlington theater, 1317 State St...............................................................963-4408 24 Santa Barbara County Bowl, 1122 N. Milpas Street.....................................................962-7411 25 Cabrillo Pavilion Arts Center, 1118 E. Cabrillo Blvd..................................................... 897-1982 26 S.b. public library/faulkner gallery, 40 E. Anapamu............................................................. 962-7653


BREAKFAST & LUNCH EVERY DAY GREAT OUTDOOR PATIO & WIRELESS INTERNET

An American Classic

216 W. Cabrillo Blvd • (805) 965-3269 37


Pasta Meat Lasagna Chicken Panserotti Shrimp Fettuccini Alfredo Pizzas Filet Steak Bite Chicken Pesto Barbeque Chicken

Entrees Eggplant Parmesan Chicken Picatta Braised Veal Oso Buco

6920 Marketplace Dr, Goleta (805) 685-7300

Serving Lunch: 11am-4pm & Dinner: 4pm-9pm 38


14 oz Prime New York Strip

Aged to Perfection for the Most Amount of Flavor and Tenderness

The “Cowboy Cut”

Holdren’s Signature Steak 24 oz. Prime Rib Bone-In Rib Chop Served with Spicy Onion Rings

Holdren’s stuffed chicken

10 oz. chicken breast stuffed with ricotta cheese, spinach and dungeness crab topped with champagne cream sauce.

Spicy Tuna Tartar

Hand-cut Ahi Tuna, Sliced Cucumber and Fresh Avocado, with a Maytag Bleu Cheese Crostini

Wine Spectator award winner! Gourmet Desserts • World Class Wine List

Holdren’s 512 State Street • 965-3363 Mon–Thurs 11:30am–10pm • Fri 11:30am–11pm Sat & Sun 4pm to close

Sunday Brunch from 10:30am NOW OPEN AT:

6920 Marketplace Dr, Goleta and 1714 Newbury Road, Thousand Oaks www.Holdrens.com 39


Woinf tnweor ls Gold Metdhae from GABF!

Open for Lunch & Dinner Every Day of the Year • FULL BAR •

501 STATE STREET (805) 730-1040 www.sbbrewco.com Open Daily Hours: 11:30am–Midnight Entrée Price Range: $5.95 - $13.95 40


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Open 7 days Great for parties Pool Full Bar Plasma TV’s Full menu

On Haley behind the S.B. Brewing Company at 501 state • 730-1040 41


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Serving Santa Barbara’s Best Steaks, Wine & Seafood Since 1967

Voted Best Steak in

Santa Barbara Award-Winning Wine List Late Night Dining 3888 State Street (Across from La Cumbre Plaza)

687-4417

www.chucksofhawaii.com Open Daily • Call for R eservations Hours: 5:30pm – 11pm, Sunday – Thursday 5:30pm – 11:30pm, Friday – Saturday 43


Santa barbara’s premiER seafood house

• • •

Mesquite grilled fresh fish & Live Maine Lobster Lunch specials Best Happy Hour in Santa Barbara

ENTERPRISE

FISH CO.

225 State Street • 962-3313 Open daily from 11:30 am www.enterprisefishco.com www.facebook.com/enterprisefish 44


Corner of State & Gutierrez 321 Motor Way 962-0320

www.sbroco.com

Hours: 6:30am - 11pm

Specialty Coffee Drinks, Pastries, Bagels and Gift Items 45 41


The Press Room 15 E. Ortega • 963-8121

“A Cocktail Pub” e for Your Hom atches ccer M o S e h t l l A

open 7 days 365 days a year sense of humor required 46


INFORMATION GUIDE

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ETTING AROUND to a specific Santa Barbara

destination requires a listing of essential services and locations that allow you to easily access where you need to go and where you need to be.

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Summer Solstice Parade

EVENT CALENDAR ongoING

Ongoing Lil’ Toot, narrated harbor tour on the Santa Barbara Water Taxi, leaves from Stearns Wharf and the Harbor. No tours on Wednesday., (888) 316-9363

Ongoing Whale Watching, (thru May 6)Condor Express, 2-1/2-hr trips at 9 am, noon, and 3 pm, $50 adults, $30 children (No charge for under 5 yrs.), 10% discount coupon available at the Visitor Center, www. condorcruises.com, 1-888-77whale

Ongoing Santa Barbara Adventure Company, daily trips including Channel Islands, coastal kayaking, rentals, surf lessons, rock climbing, wine tours by bike and van, high ropes courses and more. New - wine country tour with wine and cupcake pairing! Trips starting at $20, www.SBAdventureCo. com, 884-WAVE

Ongoing Double Dolphin (50-ft catamaran) Whale Watching, (thru 5/15) $30, $10 (12 and under). Leaves from The Sailing Center. Tickets sold at The Visitor Center, 1 Garden Street, 965-3021

Ongoing Farmers Markets, www.sbfarmersmarket.org, 962-5354

Ongoing Nature Cruise - Summer Wildlife, thru October, Lake Cachuma, www.sbparks.org/DOCS/lakecruise.html, 686-5055

Ongoing Jellies, Ty Warner Sea Center on Stearns Wharf, www.sbnature.org, 962-2526

Ongoing Old Town Trolley Tours, $19.00 adults. One FREE Youth (12 & under) 2-Day Pass per one paying adult. 90-minute narrated tour, includes discounts at other attractions. Leaves on the hour from Stearns Wharf starting at 10 am until 4 pm. Tickets sold at The Visitor Center, 1 Garden Street, 965-3021

Ongoing Docent Led Tours, SB County Courthouse, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, & Friday at 10:30 am, daily at 2 pm, www.santabarbaracountycourthouse.org, 962-6464 Weekend Historic Downtown Walking Tours, Saturday from De La Guerra Plaza, Sunday from the steps of the Main Library, 10 am, www.afsb.org, 965-6307

Ongoing Land and Sea Tours, $25.00 adults. $15.00 children (10 and under). 90-minute narrated tours in town and at sea aboard the amphibious vehicle Land Shark Daily 12 pm and 2 pm from Stearns Wharf. Tickets sold at The Visitor Center, 1 Garden Street, 965-3021

Weekend Gladwin Planetarium Shows, hourly from 11 am with last show at 3 pm (on Sunday 3pm show is in Spanish), SB Museum of Natural History, www.sbnature. org, 682-4711 Weekend Tour Rancho La Patera and Historic Stow House, 304 North Los Carneros Road, Goleta, 1-4 pm, www. goletahistory.org, 681-7216

Ongoing The Urban Wine Trail - Walk to Wine, coupons available at The Visitor Center, 1 Garden Street, 965-3021 Ongoing Sunset & Coastal Cruises on the Double Dolphin , (50-ft catamaran), $25 adults & children, (under 2 FREE). Leaves from The Sailing Center. Tickets sold at The Visitor Center, 1 Garden Street, 965-3021

SaturdayS Fisherman’s Market, Santa Barbara Harbor, 7:30-10 am, www.sbfish. com, 965-9564 SaturdayS Carpinteria Salt Marsh Tour, 10 am, www.carpinteria.ca.us, 684-5405 48


1stFridayS Celebrate Carpinteria (look for the yellow and blue flags), host of restaurant and store incentives, and entertainment, Downtown T, Casitas Plaza and Shepard Place Shops, 5-8 pm,

Saturday/Sunday/Monday, Docentled Tours, SB Botanic Garden, Saturday and Sunday at 11 am and 2 pm, Monday at 2 pm, www.sbbg.org, 682-4726 x102 SundayS Arts and Crafts Show, Cabrillo Blvd, 10-5, www.sbaacs.com, 897-1982

1st SundayS, Arlington West (Crosses on the Beach), Memorial for fallen US troops in the war in Iraq, Stearns Wharf, sunrise to sunset, www.veteransforpeace.org,

SundayS Sea Stories at the Sea Center on Stearns Wharf, 11:30 am—Noon, www. sbnature.org, 962-2526

3rd SundayS Free Family Sunday, SB Museum of Natural History, 2559 Puesta del Sol, www.sbnature.org, 682-4711

SundayS Shark Sundays at the Sea Center on Stearns Wharf, 3:30-4:30 pm, www.sbnature.org, 962-2526 Monday–Thursday Reagan Ranch Center Exhibit Gallery, see original artifacts and interact with multimedia exhibits, 217 State Street (across from Amtrak station), 11 am-4:00 pm, http://www.yaf. org:80/ExhibitGalleries.aspx, 957-1980

April

1 Spring Plant Sale, thru 4/30, SB Botanic Garden, www.sbbg.org, 682-4726 x102 1 Myth and Materiality: Latin American Art from the Permanent Collection, 1930-1990 (thru 5/26); This World Is Not My Home: Danny Lyon Photographs (thru 6/2); Museum of Art, www.sbma.net, 963-4364

Tuesday & Thursday, Early Bird Flea Market, Earl Warren Showgrounds, 7 am7:30 pm, www.earlwarren.com, 258-1765 3rd Wednesday Savor Solvang, stroll and shop the Farmer’s Market (2:30-6 pm), wine tasting and discounts at select wineries, free entertainment at Solvang Park (6-9 pm), www.tasteofsolvang.com, 688-6144

1 Junipero Serra in Mexico: Five Missions in Sierra Gorda de Queretaro, (thru 4/28) Casa de la Guerra, 15 East De La Guerra, www.sbthp.org, 965-0093

4th Wednesday Walking Wednesdays, 5:30-7 pm, check web site for location and host, www.coast-santabarbara.org,

2 Jesse Cook, Lobero Theatre, 7:30 pm, www.lobero.com, 963-0761 2 Bobby McFerrin: Spirit You All, The Granada Theatre, 8 pm, www.artsandlectures.sa.ucsb.edu, 893-3535

1st ThursdayS 1st Thursday, An Evening of Visual and Performing Arts, various locations downtown SB, 5-8 pm, www. santabarbaradowntown.com, 962-2098

4 1st Thursday, An Evening of Visual and Performing Arts, various locations downtown SB, 5-8 pm, www.santabarbaradowntown. com, 962-2098

1st ThursdayS Bike Moves, Plaza de Vera Cruz, E. Cota St. between Anacapa and Santa Barbara Sts., 7:30 pm, www. sbbikemoves.com,

4 Forum Lounge: An Evening with FOUND Magazine Editor, Davy Rothbart (free), Contemporary Arts Forum (CAF) in Paseo Nuevo, 2nd Floor, 5 pm Happy Hour, 7 pm performance, www.sbcaf.org, 966-5373

3rd ThursdayS SB Maritime Museum Free (Docent-Guided Tour 2-3 pm), www.sbmm.org, 962-8404

4 Today I Will Not Die, Marjorie Luke Theatre, 721 E. Cota, 6-8 pm, www. luketheatre.org, 4 Happy Destiny Productions Presents Bill W. and Dr. Bob, (through 4/13) Center Stage Theater, www.centerstagetheater.org, 963-0408 4 The Year of Magical Thinking, (through 4/21) Ensemble Theatre, www.ensembletheatre.com, 965-5400 4 The Moth Mainstage, UCSB Campbell Hall, 8 pm, www.artsandlectures.ucsb.edu, 893-3535 5 Alison Balsom & Scottish Ensemble, The Granada Theatre, 8 pm, www.artsandlectures.sa.ucsb.edu, 893-3535 5–7 Juggling Festival, at Robertson Gym, UCSB: Friday 6-11 pm, Saturday 10 am-6 pm; and at Isla Vista Theatre: Saturday 7:30-10 pm public show, www.sbjuggle.org, 968‑5669 6 Jodi House Walk For Brain Injury, Leadbetter Beach, www.santabarbaraca. gov/Resident/Things/Arts/Special_Events_ in_our_City.html, 563-2882

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6 APE-ril: Ape Awareness Day, SB Zoo, 10 am-3 pm, www.sbzoo.org, 962-5339

14 Santa Barbara Kite Festival, SB City College, West Campus Lawn, 11-4, www. sbkitefest.com, 963-2964 637‑6202

7 Raffi, Arlington Theatre, 1 pm, www. thearlingtontheatre.com, 963-4408

14 El Dia del Niño, SB Zoo, 11 am-6 pm, www.sbzoo.org, 962-5339

7 Neighborfood, Live, Love, & Eat, 2-5 pm, www.dishcrawl.com/neighborfoodsb, (510) 299-4090

14 The Romeros, Lobero Theatre, 3 pm, www.lobero.com, 963-0761

7 Brian Skerry, UCSB Campbell Hall, 3 pm, www.artsandlectures.ucsb.edu, 893-3535 7 Los Texmaniacs, Marjorie Luke Theatre, 721 E. Cota, 7-8 pm, 884-4087 x7 9 Ukelele Orchestra, UCSB Campbell Hall, 8 pm, www.artsandlectures.ucsb.edu, 893-3535 10 An Evening with Barbara Cook, Lobero Theatre, 8 pm, www.lobero.com, www.artsandlectures.sa.ucsb.edu, 963-0761 893‑3535 11 Seeking Sanctuaries for Sharks with Dr. Chris Lowe, Ty Warner Sea Center on Stearns Wharf, 6:30- 8 pm, www.sbnature. org, 962-2526 682‑4711 x170 12 Circle Bar B Dinner Theatre: Return Engagements, (through 5/19) www. circlebarbtheatre.com, 967-1962

Ensemble Theatre

12 Atelier: Sabor Latino, Museum of Art, 5:30-7:30 pm, www.sbma.net, 963-4364 12–14 UCSB Theater and Dance Presents Spring Dance, UCSB Hatlen Theater, 8 pm, 893-3022

14–15 Speaking of Stories: Stories by Edith Pearlman & Ron Carlson, Center Stage Theater, Sunday at 2 pm, Monday at 7:30 pm, www.centerstagetheater.org, 963-0408

13 Coastal Geology Field Trip with Susie Bartz: Arroyo Hondo Preserve, SB Museum of Natural History, 2559 Puesta del Sol, 8 am-noon, www.sbnature.org, 682-4711

15 Arlo Guthrie, Lobero Theatre, 8 pm, www.lobero.com, 963-0761 16 Santa Barbara Chamber Orchestra — The Romantic Germans, Lobero Theatre, 7:30 pm, www.lobero.com, 963-0761

13 Santa Barbara VisionWalk, Chase Palm Park Plaza, www.santabarbaraca.gov/ Resident/Things/Arts, (310) 450-2910

18 Danny Lyon Film Series: White Heat, Museum of Art, 5:30 pm, www.sbma.net, 963-4364

13 BASH, Lobero Theatre, 8 pm, www. lobero.com, 963-0761 13–14 Alvin Ailey, Arlington Theatre, Saturday at 8 pm, Sunday at 2 pm, www. artsandlectures.ucsb.edu, 893-3535

18 Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation — Saks and the City VI, Saks 5th Avenue, 1001 State, 6-10 pm, www.teddybearcancerfoundation.org, 563-4723

13–14 Santa Barbara Symphony — The Four Seasons, The Granada Theatre, Saturday at 8 pm and Sunday at 3pm, www. thesymphony.org, 898-9386 899‑2222

18 New Order, Johnny Marr, SB Bowl, 7 pm, www.sbbowl.com, www.ticketmaster. com, 583-8700 18 Global Warning! How Will Santa Barbara Face Climate Change, SB Museum of Natural History, 2559 Puesta del Sol, 7-9 pm, www.sbnature.org, 682-4711

South Coast Railroad Museum

18 Sonia Shah, UCSB Campbell Hall, 8 pm, www.artsandlectures.ucsb.edu, 893-3535 19 Sigur Ros, Oneohtrix Point Never, SB Bowl, 7 pm, www.sbbowl.com, www. ticketmaster.com, 583-8700 19 Taj Mahal and Shemekia Copeland, UCSB Campbell Hall, 8 pm, www. artsandlectures.ucsb.edu, 893-3535 19–20 SBCC Dance Presents Collective, Center Stage Theater, Friday at 8 pm, Saturday at 2 pm & 8 pm, www.centerstagetheater.org, 963-0408 50


25 1927 Theater, UCSB Campbell Hall, 8 pm, www.artsandlectures.ucsb.edu, 893-3535

Whale watching in the Santa Barbara channel

26 Becky’s New Car, (through 5/11) SB City College Jurkowitz Theatre, www. theatregroupsbcc.com, 965-5935 26–28 Santa Maria Strawberry Festival, Santa Maria Fairpark, 937 S. Thornburg, www.santamariafairpark.com ., (800) 549-0036 26 & 28 Opera Santa Barbara Presents Don Pasquale, The Granada Theatre, Friday at 7:30 pm, Sunday at 2:30 pm, www. operasb.org, 899-2222 27 Zoo-to-Do, SB Zoo, 8:30 am-1 pm, www.sbzoo.org, 962-5339 27 Gaucho Gallop 10K, UCSB Harder Stadium, 8:15 am (doggie dash), 9 am (10K/5K), 10 am (kid’s dash), www.UCSBruns.com, 893-8416 27 MS Walk & Run, Leadbetter Beach, www.santabarbaraca.gov/Resident/Things/ Arts/Special_Events_in_our_City.html, 682-8783

19–21 Spring Arts Festival, Ryon Park, Lompoc, www.flowerfestival.org,

27 Twined Gourd Bowl Workshop with Karen Osland and Kathy Badrak, SB Museum of Natural History, 2559 Puesta del Sol, 10 am-3 pm, www.sbnature.org, 682-4711

19–22 SB County Vintners’ Festival Weekend, vintners’ visa and festival on 4/20 from 1-4 pm at Mission Santa Ines, www.sbcountywines.com, 688-0881

27 Sea Festival, SB Harbor, 11 am-4 pm, www.sbmm.org, 962-8404

20 Santa Barbara Chardonnay 10-Miler & 5-K, Leadbetter Beach, 8 am, www.active. com, 962-3627

27 1St Annual Brews at the Beach, Chase Palm Park — Soccer Field, noon-4:30 pm, www.santabarbaraca.gov/Resident/Things/ Arts/Special_Events_in_our_City.html, 682-8783

20 Earth Day, SB Zoo, 10 am-3 pm, www. sbzoo.org, 962-5339 20 Sings Like Hell Presents Paul Kelly & Special Guest, Sam Baker, Lobero Theatre, 8 pm, www.lobero.com, 963-0761

27 State Street Ballet Presents Dream on By, Lobero Theatre, 2 pm and 7:30 pm, www.lobero.com, 963-0761

20–21 18th Annual Trout Derby, Cachuma Lake, www.troutderby.org, 693-8381

27 Alice Waters, UCSB Campbell Hall, 8 pm, www.artsandlectures.ucsb.edu, 893-3535

20–21 Earth Day Festival, Alameda Park, Saturday 11-7 and Sunday 11-6, www. sbearthday.org, 963-0583

28 5K/10K Walk or Run for Mental Wellness, Lower Manning Park (east of San Ysidro Rd., across from the YMCA), 8:30 am, www.mentalcenterwellness.org, 884-8440

20–21 SB Master Chorale Presents Dvorak’s Stabat Mater, First United Methodist Church, 305 E. Anapmu, Saturday at 8 pm, Sunday at 3 pm, www.sbmasterchorale. org, 967-8287

28 Autism Speaks, SB Zoo, 10 am-3 pm (early admission at 9 am for families with adults or children with autism), www.sbzoo. org, 962-5339

21 Free Family Sunday, SB Museum of Natural History, 2559 Puesta del Sol, www. sbnature.org, 682-4711

28 Jewish Festival, Oak Park, 11-4 pm, www.jewishsantabarbara.org, 957-1115

21 SB’s 231st Birthday & Founding Day, including plant and book sale, El Presidio, 11 am-3 pm, www.sbthp.org, 965-0093

28 Cirque Wings, Arlington Theatre, 7:30 pm, www.thearlingtontheatre.com, 963-4408

24 Jennifer Koh, violin, Hahn Hall, Music Academy of the West, 7 pm, www. artsandlectures.ucsb.edu, 893-3535

28 Old Crow Medicine Show, Lobero Theatre, 8 pm, www.lobero.com, 963-0761

24–28 SB Fair & Expo — We’re Going Hollywood, Earl Warren, Wednesday and Thursday 4-10 pm, Friday 4‑11 pm, Saturday 11 am-12 am, and Sunday 11am‑10 pm (hours subject to change), www.earlwarren. com, www.sbfairandexpo.com, 687-0766

29 Jay & Silent Bob’s Super Groovy Cartoon Movie, Lobero Theatre, 7:30 pm, www.lobero.com, 963-0761 30 An Evening with David Sedaris, Arlington Theatre, 8 pm, www.artsandlectures. ucsb.edu, 893-3535

25 Danny Lyon Film Series: The Defiant Ones, Museum of Art, 5:30 pm, www.sbma. net, 963-4364 51


MAY

SB Fair & Expo

May Harbor Seal Birthing, Carpinteria, view from the bluffs above the rookery, www.santabarbarahikes.com, 684-5479 WednesdayS Nite Moves (Run/Walk/ Swim), thru 8/28, Leadbetter Beach, 5 pm reg, www.runsantabarbara.com, 564-8879 ThursdayS Chase Free Thursday Evening at the Museum; Museum of Art, 5-8 pm, www.sbma.net, 963-4364

Thursday/Saturday/Sunday Eyes of the Sky, meet live raptors, SB Museum of Natural History, 2-4 pm, www.sbnature. org, 682-4711 Ongoing Becky’s New Car, thru 5/11, SB City College Jurkowitz Theatre, www. theatregroupsbcc.com, 965-5935 4 Bernadette Peters, The Granada, 8 pm, www.granadasb.org, 899-2222

1 Handel and Haydn Society, The Granada, 8 pm, www.artsandlectures.ucsb. edu, 893-3535

4 ShinKanAn Teahouse 10th Anniversary Celebration, SB Botanic Garden, 11:30 am - 3 pm, www.sbbg.org, 682-4726 x102

2 Lisa Coons & The Collected, CAF, 653 Paseo Nuevo (upstairs), 5 pm, www.sbcaf. org, 966-5373

4–5 Cinco De Mayo Festival, De la Guerra Plaza, 11-9, www.cincodemayosb. com, 965-8561

2 Out of the Box Theatre Company Presents Next to Normal, (thru 5/12), Center Stage Theater, www.centerstagetheater.com, 963-0408

4–5 Goleta School of Ballet Presents Sleeping Beauty, Marjorie Luke Theatre, 721 E. Cota, 3 pm, www.luketheatre.org,

2 Neil deGrasse Tyson, The Granada, 8 pm, www.artsandlectures.ucsb.edu, 893-3535

4–5 Quire of Voyces — Songs of Remembrance, Chapel at Garden Street Academy , 2300 Garden, Saturday at 7 pm and Sunday at 3 pm,

2–5 14th Annual Ojai Storytelling Festival, back at Libbey Bowl, www.ojaistoryfest. org, 646-8907

4–6 John Heinzman Annual Tennis Tournament, Municipal Tennis Courts, www. santabarbaraca.gov/Resident/Things/Arts/ Special_Events_in_our_City.html, 564-5573

3 Brad Mehldau Trio and The Bad Plus, Lobero Theatre, 8 pm, www.lobero.com, 963-0761

5 Vintage Rail Trip — Round Trip Santa Barbara to San Luis Obispo, for schedule & reservations https://store.goletadepot. org:443/,

4 Santa Barbara Law Day Run, Palm Park, 5K at 8:30 am, 10K time TBD, 252-8418 4 Walk 4 Water, East Beach, www. hands4others.org www.santabarbaraca.gov/ Resident/Things/Arts/Special_Events_in_ our_City.html,

5 ShinKanAn Teahouse Open House, SB Botanic Garden, 10 am - 2 pm, www.sbbg. org, 682-4726 x102 5 Cruise Ship Visit — Crystal Symphony, 5 Santa Barbara Cactus & Succulent Society Annual Plant Sale, MacKenzie Park, Los Positas and State, www.santabarbaraca. gov/Resident/Things/Arts/Special_Events_ in_our_City.html, 966-4577 7 USAF Band of the Golden West, The Granada, 7 pm, www.granadasb.org, 899-2222 10 UCSB Theater and Dance Presents A Streetcar Named Desire, thru 5/18, UCSB Performing Arts Theater, www.theaterdance. ucsb.edu , 893-3022 10 I (heart) H2O: love your sea level, UCEN Santa Barbara Room, 10 am-5 pm, www.carseywolf.ucsb.edu/Pollock, 11 Domestic Violence Solutions 1st Annual Run For Love, Leadbetter Beach, 7:3011 am www.santabarbaraca.gov/Resident/ Things/Arts/Special_Events_in_our_City. html, (626) 367-3753

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11 FARE Walk of Santa Barbara, Chase Palm Park Pavilion & Great Meadow, www. santabarbaraca.gov/Resident/Things/Arts/ Special_Events_in_our_City.html,

19 Taste of the Nation, benefit for SB Foodbank and United Boys & Girls Clubs, Montecito Country Club, 3-6 pm, www. tasteofthenation.org, (877) 268-2783

11 Buellton Brew Fest, River Park in Buellton, noon-4 pm, www.buelltonbrewfest.com,

19 Crohns & Colitis Foundation Take Steps Walk, Chase Palm Park - Plaza, www. santabarbaraca.gov/Resident/Things/Arts/ Special_Events_in_our_City.html, 831-9157

14 SB Chamber Orchestra Presents Sweet 1700’s with Alessio Bax, piano, Lobero Theatre, 7:30 pm, www.lobero.com, 963-0761

The Santa Barbara Symphony

15–16 Amgen Tour, www.amgentourofcalifornia.com www.santabarbaraca.gov/ Resident/Things/Arts/Special_Events_in_ our_City.html, 16 PastPost: Where Are We Now? With Rita Gonzales, CAF, 653 Paseo Nuevo (upstairs), 5 pm, www.sbcaf.org, 966-5373 17 Camerata Pacifica, Hahn Hall, Music Academy of the West, 1 and 7:30 pm, www. cameratapacifica.org, (800) 557-2224 17–19 CALM Antique Show, Earl Warren, Friday & Saturday 11-6, Sunday 11‑5, www. earlwarren.com, www.calmantiqueshow. com, 898-9715 17–19 Santa Barbara Dance Arts — End of Year Recital, Marjorie Luke Theatre, 721 E. Cota, Friday at 7 pm, Saturday at noon, Sunday at 3 pm, www.luketheatre.org,

19–20 Speaking of Stories Presents Celebration of Stories, Center Stage Theater, Sunday at 2 pm, Monday at 7:30 pm, www. centerstagetheater.com, 963-0408

17–19 2013 Statewide Folk Dance Festival, Veterans Memorial Building on Cabrillo, see web site for schedule and cost, www.statewidefolkdance.com,

23 Downtown Art & Wine Tour, 5:30-9:30 pm, www.santabarbaradowntown.com, 962-2098

18 Ka Nai’a Outrigger Rig Run Race, Leadbetter Beach, www.santabarbaraca. gov/Resident/Things/Arts/Special_Events_ in_our_City.html, 969-5595

24 UCSB Theater and Dance Presents Eurydice, (thru 6/1), UCSB Hatlen Theater, www.theaterdance.ucsb.edu , 893-3022

18 Harvey Milk Day Festival, Chase Palm Park Plaza, www.santabarbaraca.gov/ Resident/Things/Arts/Special_Events_in_ our_City.html, 963-3636

24–26 Gem Faire, Earl Warren Showgrounds, Friday noon—6 pm, Saturday 10 am‑6 pm, Sunday 10 am-5 pm, www. earlwarren.com, www.gemfaire.com, (503) 252-8300

18 Fox Festival, SB Zoo, 10 am-3 pm, www.sbzoo.org, 962-5339

25–27 I Madonnari, SB Mission, 10-6, www.imadonnarifestival.com, 964-4710

18 Sings Like Hell Presents Eilen Jewell Band & Special Guest, The Far West, Lobero Theatre, 8 pm, www.lobero.com, 963-0761

28–29 “Visions of the Gaviota Coast,” by S-C-A-P-E Artists and photography by Reeve Woolpert, benefit Naples Coalition and Gaviota Coast Conservancy, Friday 1-8 pm, Saturday 10 am-5 pm, www.s-c-a-p-e. org, 965-3434

18–19 Classic and Hot Rod Car Show, Saturday events for car participants only & Sunday De la Guerra & State Street, 9-4, www.wheelsandwaves.com, 964-0639

31 Circle Bar B Dinner Theatre: The Importance of Being Earnest, (thru 7/14), www.circlebarbtheatre.com, 967-1962

18–19 California Strawberry Festival, 3250 South Rose Avenue Oxnard, 10-6:30, www.strawberry-fest.org, 385-4739 (888) 288-9242

JUNE

18–19 Santa Barbara Symphony — Mahler’s Resurrection, The Granada Theatre, Saturday at 8 pm and Sunday at 3pm, www. thesymphony.org, 898-9386 899‑2222

Ongoing This World Is Not My Home: Danny Lyon Photographs, (thru 6/2); Museum of Art, www.sbma.net, 963-4364

19 Pearl Chase Society 14th Annual Historic Homes Tour: Six Adobes Hidden in Downtown, for tickets or information call or see web site, www.pearlchasesociety.org, 961-3938

Ongoing Circle Bar B Dinner Theatre: The Importance of Being Earnest, thru 7/14, www.circlebarbtheatre.com, 967-1962 TuesdayS Santa Barbara Reef and Run, (starting 6/6 thru 8/29), East Beach Bath House, 6:25 pm, www.reefandrun.com, 886-8123

19 Goleta Valley Heritage Tree and History Tour, leaves from Rancho La Patera, 1-5 pm, www.goletahistory.org, 685-7910 53


WednesdayS Nite Moves (Run/Walk/ Swim), thru 8/28, Leadbetter Beach, 5 pm reg, www.runsantabarbara.com, 564-8879

8 Los Olivos Jazz & Olive Festival, Lavinia Campbell Park and Grange Hall in Los Olivos, 1‑4 pm, www.losolivosrotary.org, 325-2310/2345

1 8th Annual Women’s Literary Festival, Fess Parker DoubleTree, 8:30-3:30, www. womensliteraryfestival.com,

8–9 Santa Barbara Designated Junior Tennis Tournament, Pershing, Municipal, and SBHS Tennis Courts, www.santabarbaraca.gov/Resident/Things/Arts/Special_ Events_in_our_City.html, 680-3870

1 CureSearch Walk Santa Barbara, Chase Palm Park — Pavilion and Great Meadow, www.santabarbaraca.gov/Resident/Things/ Arts/Special_Events_in_our_City.html, (626) 241-1500

8–9 Santa Barbara Home & Garden Expo, Earl Warren Showgrounds, Saturday 10 am-5, Sunday 10 am-5 pm, www.earlwarren.com, 252-5227

From weekly 5K races to Triathlons & Volleyball Championships, East Beach is the spot.

9 Ojai 2013 Wine Festival, Lake Casitas Recreational Area, noon-4 pm, www. ojaiwinefestival.com, (800) 648-4881 9 Cheap Trick / Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo, SB Bowl, 6:30 pm, www.sbbowl.com, www.ticketmaster.com, 583-8700 14–16 Live Oak Music Festival, Live Oak Camp (Off Hwy 154), www.liveoakfest.org, 15 Down Syndrome Assoc. - Buddy Walk and Festival, Chase Palm Park Great Meadow and Pavilion, www.santabarbaraca. gov/Resident/Things/Arts/Special_Events_ in_our_City.html, 886-4411 15 El Capitan Canyon Concert Series: The Bomb, El Capitan Canyon, dinner 6‑8 pm, music 7-9 pm, www.elcapitancanyon. com, (866) 352-2729 x714 21 Summer Solstice Pre-Parade Festival, Alameda Park from 4-9 pm, www.solsticeparade.com, 965-3396 22 Summer Solstice Parade & Festival, 12 Noon (parade), on State Street from Cota to Micheltorena Street and festival in Alameda Park from 12:00‑8 pm, www. solsticeparade.com, 965-3396

1–2 Santa Barbara Designated Junior Tennis Tournament, Pershing, Municipal, and SBHS Tennis Courts, www.santabarbaraca.gov/Resident/Things/Arts/Special_ Events_in_our_City.html, 680-3870

22 Fiesta Ranchera, Stow House and Rancho La Patera, 5 pm, www.goletahistory. org, 681-7216

2 Platinum Performance State Street Mile, State and Pedregosa, 1st heat at 8 am, www.sbmile.com, 568-2400

22 El Capitan Canyon Concert Series: The Mustangs, El Capitan Canyon, dinner 6‑8 pm, music 7-9 pm, www.elcapitancanyon.com, (866) 352-2729 x714

3 Sting: Back to Bass, SB Bowl, 7:30 pm, www.sbbowl.com, www.ticketmaster.com, 583-8700

23 Summer Solstice Post-Parade Festival, Alameda Park from noon-6 pm, soft jazz music from 1:30 pm, www.solsticeparade. com, 965-3396

6 Upstairs at the “G” — Jessy J, The Granada, 8 pm, www.granadasb.org, 899-2222

26–30 61st Annual Lompoc Valley Flower Festival Arts & Crafts Show, Ryon Park, Lompoc, www.flowerfestival.org, 735-8511

6 Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune, (thru 6/23) Ensemble Theatre, www. ensembletheatre.com, 965-5400 6–9 67th Ojai Music Festival, Libbey Bowl and various locations, www.ojaifestival. org, 646-2053

27 Concerts in the Park - Thursdays, (thru August 15), Chase Palm Park at Cabrillo Blvd. and Calle Cesar Chavez, 6-8:30 pm. (Note: No concert August 1st) www.sbparksandrecreation.com, 897-1946

8 Ocean Awareness Festival, Stearn’s Wharf, East Beach Cleanup and Ty Warner Sea Center, www.sbnature.org, 962-2526 x110

29 Wine & Cheese Botanic Lecture: Bracken, A Big Dose of Isabelle Greene, SB Botanic Garden, 3-5 pm, www.sbbg.org, 682-4726 x102

8 CBVA Tournament, East Beach — Volleyball Courts, www.santabarbaraca.gov/ Resident/Things/Arts/Special_Events_in_ our_City.html, 564-5422

29 El Capitan Canyon Concert Series: The Mark Roberts Band, El Capitan Canyon, dinner 6‑8 pm, music 7-9 pm, www. elcapitancanyon.com, (866) 352-2729 x714

8 Vicki’s 3000, 3000 meters, Westmont College Track, 1st heat 8:30 am, www. sbrunning.org, 455-7246 54


29 Children’s Birdhouse Workshop, SB Botanic Garden, 10 am-noon, www.sbbg. org, 682-4726 29 SB Wine Festival, SB Museum of Natural History, 2559 Puesta del Sol, 2‑5 pm, www.sbnature.org, 682-4711 29–30 CBVA’s Women’s Volleyball Tournament, East Beach, www.santabarbaraca. gov/Resident/Things/Arts/Special_Events_ in_our_City.html, 564-5422 29–30 SB Open Tennis Tournament, Municipal Tennis Courts, www.santabarbaraca. gov/Resident/Things/Arts/Special_Events_ in_our_City.html, 564-5573

JULY

ONGOING Semana Nautica (Summer Sports Festival), (through 7/14), www. semananautica.com, 897-2680

4th of July fireworks over theharbor

Wednesdays Nite Moves (Run/Walk/ Swim), (thru 8/28) Leadbetter Beach, 5 pm reg, runsantabarbara.com 564-8879

free for children under 12. Rancho La Patera, 304 N. Los Carneros, 11-4, Goleta, www. goletahistory.org 964-4407

TUESDAYS Santa Barbara Reef and Run, (thru 8/29) East Beach Bath House, 6:25 pm, www.reefandrun.com, 886-8123

4 Goleta Fireworks Festival, Girsh Park, 4-9:30 pm, www.goletafireworks.org 9674618, 968‑2773

THURSDAYS Concerts in the Park - Thursdays, (thru August 15), Chase Palm Park at Cabrillo Blvd. and Calle Cesar Chavez, 6-8:30 pm. (Note: No concert August 1st) www.sbparksandrecreation.com, 897-1946

6–7 Santa Barbara Historical Arms & Blade Show, This is a collectors show, one of the few in the Western US. with many items from the Civil War, WWi & WWII, and the early West. Earl Warren Showgrounds, 9 am, www.earlwarren.com

3–6 94th Annual Santa Barbara National Horse Show, Earl Warren Showgrounds, 7 am, www.earlwarren.com, 687-8711

10–14 122nd Annual Santa Barbara County Fair, “Memories, Music & Magic,” Santa Maria, www.santamariafairpark.com 925-8824

4 Independence Day Celebration, www. santabarbaraca.gov and SPARKLE, www. spiritof76sb.org. 1-2:30 pm - Parade on State Street from Micheltorena to Cota Street. 2:30-4:30 pm Car Show (Vintage & Military Vehicles) in the 400 and 500 blocks of State Street. 5 pm - SB Symphony at the Courthouse Sunken Garden, www.thesymphony. org.9 pm - Fireworks at West Beach

12–14 33rd Annual Santa Barbara Orchid Estate International Orchid Fair, Held annually under festive open-air canopies, drawing orchid growers from around the world, bringing their plants for purchase and sharing their orchid expertise. Earl Warren Showgrounds, (805) 967-1284. 13 Pacific Pride Festival, Leadbetter Beach, www.pacificpridefoundation.org, 963-3636 13-14, French Festival, Celebrate Bastille Day and all the things that make the French cultural history so rich. Great food, wine, mimosas, crepes, delicious pastries, music, dance—and, of course, the infamous Poodle Parade! Oak Park, www.frenchfestival.com, 963-8198 18–20 California Wine Festival, Rare wine tasting with 40 top wineries and samplings from gourmet food purveyors. Live jazz will enhance this night under the stars.Chase Palm Park. www.californiawinefestival.com, 223-1880

The Santa Barbara Bowl

26–28 Sound & Fury Festival, Hardcore punk festival that helped to redefine and establish a new era of bands at Earl Warren Showgrounds, soundandfuryfest.com.

4 Old Fashioned 4th of July at Stow House, 38th annual festival! You are invited to celebrate the Fourth of July in an old-time atmosphere: Children and adults will enjoy a day of live music, hayrides, BBQ, museum tours, various games and races, pony rides, local artists, engine show, classic cars, beer, and much more. Admission is $6 for adults,

27-28, Greek Festival, Two day cultural festival featuring Greek music, food and arts and crafts. Oak Park, www.santabarbaragreekfestival.com, 683-4492 55


pm, www.earlwarren.com, www.sbfiestarodeo.com 967-6331, 687‑0747 3 Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast, 60th annual pancake breakfast in conjunction with Old Spanish Days Fiesta. Alameda Park, (805) 687-1320 3 Fiesta Children’s Parade, Annual Fiesta parade featuring Santa Barbara’s children dressed in costume & celebrating Santa Barbara’s Old Spanish Days. State Street, (805) 897-1982 16 Woodies Car Show, SB City College, www.nationalwoodieclub.com/chapter_ sbarb.htm, 499-1237 23–25 SB County Triathlon, Annual triathlon featuring swim, bike and run events. East Beach, (805) 899-2929

SEPT

SATURDAYS Market Forays/Cooking Class, Hands-on cooking classes for small groups begin with a guided shopping tour of the Fishermen’s and Farmers Market. 8AM-3:30PM, 805-259-7229

31 La Fiesta Pequeña, “The Little Fiesta” officially opens Old Spanish Days on the steps of Santa Barbara’s historic Old Mission. This event features Fiesta’s traditional songs and dances: tunes of the Californios, Flamenco, Spanish classical and Mexican folklórico dances. Food is available for purchase from local vendors. 8:00pm. This event is held at the Old Mission Santa Barbara located at 2201 Laguna Street. www. oldspanishdays-fiesta.org

7 Fun, SB Bowl, 7 pm, www.sbbowl.com, www.ticketmaster.com, 583-8700 7–8 Avon Walk Santa Barbara, A 2-day, 39.3 mile fundraising walk in and around Santa Barbara County to benefit research, medical care and a cure for breast cancer. Chase Palm Park Soccer Field, www.walk. avonfoundation.org 8 Taste of the Town, Riviera Park, www. tasteofthetownsantabarbara.com, 563-4685

AUGUST

15 Santa Barbara Bridal Expo, Earl Warren Showgrounds, (707) 652-5233

TUESDAYS Santa Barbara Reef and Run, (thru 8/29) East Beach Bath House, 6:25 pm, www.reefandrun.com, 886-8123

24 Depeche Mode, SB Bowl, 7 pm, www.sbbowl.com, www.ticketmaster.com, 583-8700

Wednesdays Nite Moves (Run/Walk/ Swim), (thru 8/28) Leadbetter Beach, 5 pm reg, runsantabarbara.com 564-8879

28-29 ArtWalk, The Museum League of the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History proudly presents its 24th annual celebration. Enjoy a weekend of nature, live music, food, wine, and fine art.Natural His-

THURSDAYS Concerts in the Park - Thursdays, (thru August 15), Chase Palm Park at Cabrillo Blvd. and Calle Cesar Chavez, 6-8:30 pm. (Note: No concert August 1st) www.sbparksandrecreation.com, 897-1946 1 Las Noches de Ronda (“Nights of Gaiety”), A splendid variety show of music, singing, fiery Flamenco from Spain, and vivid Folklórico dances from many regions of Mexico. 8:00pm. Held at the Santa Barbara Courthouse Sunken Gardens, 1100 Anacapa Street. www.oldspanishdays-fiesta. org, 962-8101

Lemon Festival & Car Show

1–4 Old Spanish Days Fiesta, Celebrate the 85 Old Spanish Days Fiesta by enjoying food, live entertainment, arts and crafts at the downtown and uptown outdoor Mercado’s. A family carnival is also at Mackenzie Park. De la Guerra Plaza & Mackenzie Park (805) 962-8101, www.oldspanishdaysfiesta.org,

tory Museum, www.sbnature.org, 682-4711 28-29 Lemon Festival & Car Show, You’ll find wonderful food, a fantastic family atmosphere, and variety of entertainment and activities that have made this the most anticipated event in the Goleta Valley. (Cars Sat. only) Girsh Park, www.lemonfestival. com, 967-4618.

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LISTINGS GUIDE MUSEUMS Goleta

Goleta Valley Historical Society, 304 N. Los Carneros..... 964-4407

SANTA BARBARA

Casa de la Guerra, 15 E. De la Guerra St............................... 965-0093 El Presidio de Santa Barbara , 123 E. Canon Perdido St........ 965-0093 Karpeles Manuscript Library, 21 West Anapamu ................. 962-5322 Museum of Natural History, 2559 Puesta Del Sol Rd............682-4711 Santa Barbara Botanic Garden, 1212 Mission Canyon Rd ..... 682-4726 Santa Barbara Carriage & Western Arts, 129 Castillo ....... 962-2353 Santa Barbara Historical Museum, 136 East De La Guerra . 966-1601 Santa Barbara Maritime Museum, 113 Harbor Way .............. 962-8404 Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1130 State St ...................... 963-4364 Sea Center, 211 Stearns Wharf ............................................... 962-0885 South Coast Railroad Museum, 300 N. Los Carneros Rd ..... 964-3540 The Wilding Museum, 1040 Mission Canyon Rd ..................... 898-7952

CREDIT CARD INFO American Express ........................................................ 800-992-3404 Diners Club .................................................................. 800-234-6377 MasterCard ................................................................. 800-627-8372 Visa ............................................................................... 800-336-8472

BANK & ATMs BAnk of America

5892 Calle Real .............................................................. 564-2064 1096 Coast Village Rd ................................................... 564-2064 3790 State St.................................................................... 564-2064 834 State St...................................................................... 564-2064

Bank of the west

3780 State St ....................................................................687-5311 1036 State St ................................................................... 564-4466

CHASE

3768 State St.................................................................... 687-2064 1302 State St ................................................................... 568-5601

COMMUNITY WEST Bank

5827 Hollister Ave ......................................................... 683-4944 1501 STATE STREET............................................................. 962-7420

First Bank & Trust

735 State St ......................................................................966-6191 3304 State St ................................................................... 563-6400

RaboBank

5956 Calle Real .............................................................. 967-0451 914 Carpinteria St. .......................................................... 963-8928 33 East Carrillo ............................................................. 963-5871

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Montecito Bank & Trust

1023 Casitas Pass Rd ....................................................... 684-0487 5658 Calle Real .............................................................. 564-0268 3802 State St.................................................................... 564-0271 1106-A Coast Village Rd................................................. 564-0240 1000 State St ....................................................................564-0213

Northern Trust Bank

206 East Anapamu ........................................................... 965-6200 1485 East Valley Road .....................................................565-7861

UNION BANK

20 east carrillo ............................................................. 564-6400 5420 carpinteria ave. carpinteria ................................ 684-4565 3910 state st ................................................................... 898-8878 1483 east valley road .....................................................969-7711 1030 coast village road ............................................... 969-5091 1960 cliff dr ................................................................... 965-5594 220 nogales ave. .............................................................687-6917 3451 state st ....................................................................687-1321 5190 hollister ave ......................................................... 964-4736 299 n fairview ave ........................................................... 683-1403 2010 mission dr. solvang ...............................................688-2511

Wells Fargo

1036 Anacapa .................................................................. 564-2899 195 North Fairview ..........................................................967-1242 163 South Turnpike Rd ................................................... 681-0236 1482 East Valley Rd ........................................................ 969-3242 1040 Coast Village Rd .................................................... 969-6725 3804 State St ................................................................... 687-5582

EMERGENCY SERVICES Ambulance, Police & Fire ...............................................................911 Harbor Patrol .................................................................... 564-5529 Coast Guard ....................................................................... 962-7430 Immedicenter, 101 South Patterson Ave...................................898-3311

Hospitals Santa Barbara Medical Foundation Clinic, 51 Hitchcock...563-6100 Carpinteria: SBMFC, 4806 Carpinteria Ave ........................ 566-5000 Goleta: SBMFC, 122 South Patterson Ave ............................681-1777 Cottage Hospital, Pueblo at Bath St ...................................... 682-7111 Emergency .......................................................................569-7210 Goleta Valley Cottage Hospital, 351 South Patterson Ave . 967-3411 Emergency .......................................................................681-6473

WEATHER REPORTS Marine Weather ...................................................................897-1942 Road Information ....................................................... 800-427-7623

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AIRLINE INFO Airport Terminal Information (Recorded Message) .......683-4011 Airport Terminal Information .......................................... 967-0283 Airport Long Term Parking ................................................967-2514 Alaska Airlines ...........................................................800-426-0333 American Airlines ....................................................... 800-433-7300 FRONTIER Airlines ........................................................ 800-432-1359 United Airlines ............................................................ 800-241-6522 US Airways Express .....................................................800-428-4322

auto RENTALS Alamo........................................................................... 800-327-9633 Avis ...................................................................................... 964-4848 Budget ......................................................................... 800-221-1203 Dollar................................................................................. 683-1468 Enterprise.................................................................... 800-736-8222 Hertz..................................................................................... 967-0411 National...............................................................................967-1202 Thrifty..................................................................................681-1222 U-Save.................................................................................. 963-3499

BUSES and RAIL Amtrak...................................................... 800-872-7245 or 963-1015 Greyhound......................................................................... 965-7551 Santa Barbara MTD.............................................................. 683-3702

PERFORMING ARTS Arlington Theatre, Live! 1317 State St................................. 963-4408 Center Stage Theatre, 751 Paseo Nuevo.............................. 963-0408 Circle Bar B Dinner Theatre, 1800 Refugio Rd...................... 965-9652 Ensemble Theatre Co. 914 Santa Barbara.......................... 962-8606 Garvin Theatre SBCC, 721 Cliff Dr......................................... 965-5935 Granada Theatre, 1214 State Street...................................... 899.2222 Lobero Theatre, 33 East Canon Perdido..................................963-0761 PCPA Theatrefest, Solvang....................................................922-8313 SB County Bowl, 1122 North Milpas...................................... 568-2695 SB Performing Arts Hotline...................................892-2250 x 5545

MOVIE THEATRES Arlington Theatre, 1317 State St......................................... 963-4408 Camino Real Cinemas, 7040 Marketplace Drive, Goleta.......... 963-9503 Cinema Twin, 6050 Hollister Ave, Goleta................................. 963-9503 Fairview Twin, 251 North Fairview, Goleta............................. 963-9503 Fiesta 5, 916 State St.............................................................. 963-9503 Metro 4, 618 State St............................................................. 963-9503 Paseo Nuevo CINEMAS, 8 West De La Guerra Place................. 963-9503 Plaza De Oro Twin, 349 Hitchcock Way................................. 963-9503 Riviera Theatre, 2044 Alameda Padre Serra ........................... 963-9503

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Santa Barbara Area Hotels Ala-Mar Motel, 102 West Cabrillo Blvd.................................. 962-9208 Alisal Guest Ranch, 1054 Alisal Road, Solvang......................688-6411 Avania Inn , 128 Castillo Street............................................... 963-4471 Bacara Resort AND Spa, 8301 Hollister Ave........................... 968-0100 Bath Street Inn, 1720 Bath Street.......................................... 682-9680 Beach House Inn, 320 West Yanonalli Street............................966-1126 Best Western Beachside Inn, 336 West Cabrillo Blvd............. 965-6556 BEST WESTERN CARPINTERIA, 4558 Carpinteria Ave., Carp........ 684-0473 BEST WESTERN ENCINA LODGE, 2220 Bath Street..................... 682-7277 Best Western Peppertree Inn, 3850 State Street...................687-5511 Best Western Inn, 5620 Calle Real, Goleta............................. 967-3200 Blue Sands Motel, 421 South Milpas Street............................ 965-1624 Brisa Del Mar, 223 Castillo Street.......................................... 966-2219 Cabrillo Inn at the Beach, 931 East Cabrillo Blvd..................966-1641 CANARY Hotel, 31 West Carrillo Street.................................... 884-0300 Casa Del Mar, 18 Bath Street.................................................. 963-4418 CASTILLO INN AT THE BEACH, 22 Castillo St.............................. 965-8527 Cheshire Cat Inn, 36 West Valerio..........................................569-1610 Circle Bar B Stables, 1800 Refugio Road................................ 968-1113 Coast Village Inn, 1188 Coast Village Road........................... 969-3266 DAYS INN SANTA BARBARA, 116 Castillo Street........................... 963-9772 Eagle Inn, 232 Natoma Ave.................................................... 965-3586 El Encanto Hotels & Villas, 1900 Lasuen Road................... 687-5000 DAYS Inn, 1601 State Street..................................................... 966-0807 Extended Stay America, 4870 Calle Real, Goleta................... 692-1882 Fess Parker’s Doubletree, 633 East Cabrillo Blvd................ 564-4333 Four Season’s Biltmore, 1260 Channel Drive....................... 969-2261 Franciscan Inn, 109 Bath Street............................................ 963-8845 Goodfriend Inn, 1734 Bath Street......................................... 898-9336 Hacienda Motel, 3643 State Street........................................687-6461 Harbor House Inn, 104 Bath Street....................................... 962-9745 Harbor View Inn, 28 West Cabrillo Blvd.................................. 963-0780 Holiday Inn, 5650 Calle Real, Goleta...................................... 964-6241 Holiday Inn express, 17 West Haley Street............................ 963-9757 Hope Ranch Inn, 4111 State Street......................................... 967-2901 HOTEL OCEANA, 202 West Cabrillo Blvd................................... 965-4577 Hotel Santa Barbara, 533 State Street................................. 957-9300 HOTEL INDIGO, 121 State Street.............................................. 966-6586 Hyatt Santa Barbara, 1111 East Cabrillo Blvd......................... 963-0744 INN AT EAST BEACH, 1029 Orilla Del Mar................................... 965-0546 INN BY THE HARBOR, 433 West Montecito St.............................. 963-7851 Inn on Summerhill, 2520 Lillie Ave, Summerland...................969-9998 Lavender InN BY THE SEA, 206 Castillo Street..........................963-4317 Lemon Tree, 2819 State Street............................................... 687-6444 Marina Beach Motel, 21 Bath Street.......................................963-9311 Mason Beach Inn, 324 West Mason Street............................... 962-3203 Montecito Inn, 1295 Coast Village Road................................ 969-7854 MOTEL 6, 443 Corona Del Mar.................................................. 564-1392 MOTEL 6, 5897 Calle Real, Goleta............................................ 964-3596 MOTEL 6, 4200 Via Real, Carpinteria......................................... 684-6921 Oasis Inn and Suites, 3344 State Street.................................687-6611

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Old Yacht Club Inn, 431 Corona Del Mar................................962-1277 Orange Tree Inn, 1920 State Street........................................569-1521 Orchid Inn, 420 West Montecito Street................................... 965-2333 PACIFIC CREST INN, 433 Corona Del Mar.................................. 966-3103 Pacifica Suites, 5490 Hollister Ave....................................... 683-6722 Presidio Motel, 1620 State Street......................................... 963-1355 Quality Inn, 3055 De la Vina Street........................................ 687-6636 Ramada Inn, 4770 Calle Real, Goleta........................................964-3511 San Ysidro Ranch, 900 San Ysidro Lane................................. 969-5046 Sandman Inn, 3714 State Street.............................................. 687-2468 Sandpiper Lodge, 3525 State Street...................................... 687-5326 Santa Barbara Inn, 901 East Cabrillo Blvd.............................. 966-2285 Secret Garden Inn, 1908 Bath Street.................................... 687-2300 Simpson House Inn, 121 East Arellaga Street.......................... 963-7067 Spanish Garden Inn, 915 Garden St....................................... 564-4700 Summerland Inn, 2161 Ortega Hill Road, Summerland............. 746-7930 SUPER 8, 6021 Hollister Ave., Goleta........................................ 967-5591 Tiffany Inn, 1323 De la Vina Street......................................... 963-2283 Town and Country Inn, 2800 State Street............................ 687-2500 Traveler’s Motel, 3222 State Street..................................... 687-6009 Upham Hotel, 1404 De La Vina Street..................................... 962-0058 Villa Rosa Inn, 15 Chapala Street........................................... 966-0851 West Beach Inn, 306 West Cabrillo Blvd ................................. 963-4277 White Jasmin Inn, 1327 Bath Street......................................... 966-0589

CHURCHES BAPTIST

Calvary Baptist, 736 West Islay......................................... 569-0508 Cambridge Drive Baptist, 550 Cambridge Dr..................... 964-0436 First Baptist, 949 Veronica Springs Rd................................ 682-2485 Friendship Missionary Baptist, 912 East Cota St.............. 965-7879 Grace Baptist, 400 Puente Dr............................................ 967-5424 Greater Hope Baptist, 430 East Figueroa St...................... 963-5405 Hispanic Baptist, 925 Santa Barbara St............................... 965-3202 Second Baptist, 26 East Gutierrez St................................. 965-8912 Trinity Church, 1002 Cieneguitas St................................. 687-7797

CATHOLIC

Holy Cross Rectory, 1740 Cliff Dr.....................................962-0411 Old Mission, 2201 Laguna St..............................................682-4713 Our Lady of Guadalupe, 801 Jennings Ave....................... 965-4060 Our Lady of Mt Carmel, 1300 East Valley Rd..................... 969-6868 Our Lady of Sorrows Church, 21 East Sola St.................963-1734 St. Joseph Catholic Church, 5048 El Carro Lane..............684-2181 St. Mark’s UCSB Newman Center, 6550 Picasso Rd........... 968-1078 St. Raphael’s Church, 5444 Hollister Ave...........................967-5641 San Roque Catholic Church, 325 Argonne Circle............687-5215

CHRISTIAN

First Christian Church, 1905 Chapala St......................... 682-9228 Lewis Chapel CME Church, 202 E Gutierrez St................. 965-2625 Shoreline Community Church, 935 San Andreas St ........ 563-2555

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Christian science

First church of christ, Carpenteria, 924 Walnut Ave........ 684-2385 First church of christ, Goleta, 480 N. Fairview Ave.........964-1518 First church of christ, Santa Barbara, 120 E. Valerio........ 966-6661 First church of christ, Solvang, 2466 Baseline Ave......... 688-2984

EPISCOPAL

All Saints by the Sea, 83 Eucalyptus Lane......................... 969-4771 Christ the King, 5073 Hollister Ave................................... 964-9966 Church of our Saviour, 340 Old Mill Rd..................800-463-3339 St. Michael’s University Church, 6586 Picasso Rd...........968-2712 Trinity Episcopal Church, 1500 State St..........................965-7419

EVANGELICAL COVENANT

Community Covenant Church, 5070 Cathedral Oaks.......967-2671 Montecito Covenant Church, 671 Cold Springs Rd......... 969-0373 Chinese Evangelical Free Church, 15 W Calle Crespis ... 569-7159

GREEK ORTHODOX

St. Barbara Greek Orthodox, 1205 San Antonio Creek.... 683-4492

JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES

Jehovah’s Witnesses, 805 North Quarantina.......................963-4611 Jehovah’s Witnesses, 715 North Turnpike Rd.......................967-3772 Jehovah’s Witnesses, 840 North Fairview Ave., Goleta....... 964-4702

JUDAISM

B’Nai Brith temple, 900 San Antonio Creek Rd.................... 964-7869

LUTHERAN

Christ Lutheran Church, 6595 Covington Way................ 964-2267 Emanuel Lutheran Church-LCMS, 3721 Modoc Rd...........687-3734 Good Shepherd Lutheran, 380 N. Fairview, Goleta........... 967-1416 Grace Lutheran Church, ELCA 3869 State St.................. 687-2628 Lutheran Campus Ministries, 777 Camino Pescadero........968-3164 Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, WELS 770 Vala Dr ........ 967-1128 Trinity Evangelical Lutheran, 909 N La Cumbre Rd.........687-1577

ORTHODOX

St. Athanasius Orthodox, 976 Embarcadero Del Mar........ 968-4459

PENTECOSTAL

Iglesia De Cristo, 329 West Canon Perdido ....................... 962-0351 United Pentecostal Church, 230 Lighthouse Rd............. 568-0506

PRESBYTERIAN

Christ Presbyterian, 543 Pintura Dr................................. 692-2078 El Camino Presbyterian, 7526 Calle Real ..........................968-0113 El Montecito Presbyterian, 1455 East Valley Rd.............. 969-5041 First Presbyterian Church, 21 East Constance Ave...........687-0754 Goleta Presbyterian Church, 6067 Shirrl Way................. 967-2131 Santa Barbara Pyong Kang Church, 5276 Hollister Ave...964-7275 St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, 4575 Auhay Dr.......... 967-6327 Summerland Presbyterian Church, 2400 Lillie Ave........ 969-9318

UNITARIAN

Unitarian Society, 1535 Santa Barbara St.......................... 965-4583 Unitarian Universalist Live Oak, 820 North Fairview Ave.967-7867

UNITED METHODIST

First United Methodist Church, 305 East Anapamu........ 963-3579 St. Mark United Methodist Church, 3942 La Colina Rd... 687-2631 University Church of Goleta, 892 Camino Del Sur..........968-2610

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15. Bridlewood Winery....................................... 688-2443 16. Gainey Vineyard............................................688-0558 17. M Brown/ Kalyra Winery..............................693-8864 18. Sunstone Winery........................................... 688-9463

Santa Ynez

1. Andrew Murray Winery................................693-9644 2. Arthur Earl........................................................693-1771 3. Beckmen Vineyards.......................................688-8664 4. Brander/Domaine Santa Barbara............... 688-2455 5. Carhartt Vineyard..........................................688-0685 6. Curtis Winery..................................................686-8999 7. Daniel Gehrs Wines.......................................693-9686 8. Demetria........................................................... 686-2345 9. Fess Parker Winery....................................... 688-1545 10. Firestone Vineyard........................................ 688-3940 11. Margerum Wine Company........................... 686.8500 12. Qupe/Au Bon Climat..................................... 686-4200 13. Richard Longoria Wines...............................688-0305 14. Zaca Mesa Winery.........................................688-9339

Los Olivos

31. Babcock Vineyards.........................................736-1455 32. Fiddlehead Cellars.................................800-251-1225 33. Flying Goat Cellars....................................... 736-9032 34. Foley Estates Winery....................................688-8554 35. Melville............................................................. 735-7030 36. Sanford Winery.............................................. 735-5900

Lompoc

27. Alma Rosa.........................................................688-9090 28. Hitching Post Wines.......................................688-0676 29. Lafond Winery................................................ 688-7921 30. Mosby Winery..................................................688-2415

Buellton

19. Blackjack Ranch Winery..............................686-9922 20. Buttonwood Farm Winery............................688-3032 21. LinCourt Vineyards.......................................688-8554 22. Lucas & Lewellen..........................................686-9336 23. Presidio Winery.............................................. 740-9463 24. Rideau Vineyards............................................688-0717 25. Rusack Vineyards............................................688-1278 26. Stolpman Vineyards......................................688-0400

Solvang

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Montecito

46. Jaffurs Wine Cellars....................................... 962-7003 47. Kunin Wines....................................................963-9696 48. Oreana Winery............................................... 962-5857 49. Santa Barbara Winery...........................800-225-3633 50. Summerland Winery...................................... 565-9463 51. Whitcraft Winery...........................................965-0956

Santa Barbara

38. Byron Winery.................................................. 937-7288 39. Cambria Winery............................................. 937-8091 40. Cottonwood Canyon Winery...................... 937-9063 41. Foxen Vineyard...............................................937-4251 42. Kenneth Volk Vineyards............................... 938-7896 43. McKeon-Phillips Wines................................928-3025 44. Rancho Sisquoc Winery............................... 934-4332 45. Tantara Winery............................................... 938-5051

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