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6/27 - Don't delay ...get your tickets now for the July 8th Opera Cruise aboard the Condor Express ... Features operatic love songs cruising along the beautiful Santa Barbara shoreline on board the Condor Express. A truly romantic evening for you and yours! Our performers will be Baritone, Brian Hotchkin and Soprano, Deborah Bertling with Pianist, Kacey Link. Your $65 boarding pass includes complimentary appetizers and a no host bar. The cruise departs from the Sea Landing dock in Santa Barbara Harbor promptly at 7 PM so please be there by 6:30. Thank you. We look forward to seeing you. ... Presented by: Condor Express - SEA Landing ... Venue...
6/27 - July 4th Fireworks Cruise on the Condor Express ... Enjoy Santa Barbara’s 4th of July fireworks show from the decks of the Condor Express. There’s nothing like the view from the Santa Barbara Channel. It’s the best seat in the house! Cruise includes light appetizers and no host full bar.
Departs from the Sea Landing dock in Santa Barbara Harbor. Next to the boat ramp at the end of the harbor parking lot. *Arrive early to the harbor area as many access streets get closed off by 5pm.*
Cost: $60 adults, $40 children (12 and under). Reservations: Call 805-882-0088 or 1-888-779-4253. ... Presented by: Condor Express - SEA Lan...
6/27 - “Sunset Sips” set for Thursday July 20th at the Zoo ... The scenic hilltop at the Santa Barbara Zoo turns into an after-hours Happy Hour during Sunset Sips, set for Thursday, July 20 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Guests, aged 21 and over can drink in the view -- and local wines -- while enjoying a casual twilight gathering that also includes live music, appetizers, giraffe feedings, Zoo Train rides, and more. Couches in a lounge-like setting provide a comfortable place to enjoy the libations and panoramic views of the ocean, mountains, and city. . Enjoy a giraffe feeding, train rides, and hors d’oeuvres. ... Presented by: Santa Barb...
6/27 - Save the Date! Free 4th of July Patriotic Concert -- 7/4 ... Don't miss this free Fourth of July concert of inspiring and patriotic American orchestral masterpieces presented by the West Coast Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Christopher Story VI and Dr. Michael Shasberger starting at 5:00 p.m. The early performance will allow plenty of time for the audience to enjoy a post-concert dinner downtown and walk to the fireworks show off Santa Barbara Harbor. ... Presented by: Cielo Foundation for the Performing Arts ... Venue: Santa Barbara Courthouse Sunken Gardens
6/27 - Ayer, Hoy y Mañana -- 7/15 -- Linda Vega celebrates 30 years ... Linda Vega celebrates 30 years of teaching and performing in Santa Barbara with “AYER, HOY Y MAÑANA” (Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow), featuring a sensational cast of guest artists. Maria “La Chacha” Bermudez, from Jerez de la Frontera, along with Timo Nuñez, Manuel Gutierrez, Jose Cortés, Andrés Vadín, Gabriel Osuna and Gerardo Morales will join Vega and her professional company FLAMENCO! Santa Barbara on the stage for an exciting evening of flamenco dance, song and music. ... Presented by: Lobero Theatre ... Venue: Lobero Theatre
6/26 - Save the Date! Shipmates: Exhibition of the Crew -- 6/29 ... Featuring SBMM staff artists:
Stamps: Lasting Impressions of Santa Barbara -- Palette knife paintings by Emily Waingrow Falke, Deputy Director & Curator

Selenity -- Photography
by Lydia Kaestner, Museum Store Manager

Wake & Review -- Fully-formed paintings on canvas paper by Taylor Moon, Museum Store Assistant

A Slice of Time: Neo-Vintage Surfing Posters -- Computer graphics by Dennis Schuett, Marketing Coordinator (Exhibit runs through October, 2017)
... Presented by: Santa Barbara Maritime Museum...
6/25 - Save the Date! Shakespeare's Twelfth Night -- 8/24-9/10 at Solvang Festival Theater ... In the household of Olivia, two campaigns are being quietly waged, one by the lovesick lord Orsino against the heart of the indifferent Olivia; the other by an alliance of servants and hangers-on against the high-handedness of their steward, the pompous Malvolio. When Orsino engages the cross-dressed Viola to plead with Olivia on his behalf, a bittersweet chain of events follows. Filled with a cast of unforgettable characters, Shakespeare’s laugh-filled Twelfth Night combines low pranks with high comedy and the pangs of unrequited love with sublime ...
6/24 - Cetacean sightings were in the stratosphere. ... A mixture of bright sunny areas and a few overcast areas created an excursion with lots of different moods. Cetacean sightings were in the stratosphere. 7 blue whales, 13 humpback whales and 2,500 long-beaked common dolphins were closely watched. The seas were calm until we got to the Santa Cruz Island whale grounds where the breeze was strong and this made lots of whitecaps on the surface.
Just a half-hour after leaving the dock, we were about 3 miles south of The Mesa where we encountered 6 humpback whales swimming among approximately 1,000 dolphins. Great close ups and a fe...
6/23 - Save the Date! Santa Barbara Jazz Society presents ... The Kim Richmond Sextet -- 7/9 ... The Santa Barbara Jazz Society presents The Kim Richmond Sextet featuring vocalist Kimberly Ford on July 9 from 1 to 4pm at SOhO. The band will be paying tribute to jazz giant, Herbie Hancock and vocalist and composer, Joni Mitchell. Richmond, a well known jazz educator’s primary jazz voice is the tenor sax, but plays all the saxes as well as clarinet and flute. He has been involved with nearly every facet of the music industry, both as a player and as a composer/arranger and has been a member of the orchestras of Stan Kenton, Louis Bellson, Bob F...
6/22 - Your next treasure could be here ... Museum Marketplace ... Carpinteria Valley Museum of History ... You will find between 70 and 100 vendors at this popular fund-raising event. Among their interesting wares offered are antiques and collectibles, hand-crafted gifts, and bargains on used goods of every description -- Vintage jewelry, furniture, clothing, books, tools, toys, plants, and much more will be for sale. Admission to these fun, family flea markets is always free!
Flea Market hours are from 8 AM to 3PM (set-up 6:30 to 8:00 AM). Space rental fees are $30 for an approximately 12 X 12 ft. space; limited number of double sp...
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