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  March 22
    Whale Watch
  Condor Express- SEA Landing, 301 W. Cabrillo Blvd., Santa Barbara CA
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2.5 hour trips include a scenic cruise along the Santa Barbara shoreline. During these trips it is not uncommon to spot pods of Bottlenose or Common dolphins, Sea Lions, Harbor Seals, or an occasional CA Sea Otter rafting in local kelp beds.   ($30 - $50)
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Condor Express - SEA Landing
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    The Flying A: Silent Film in Santa Barbara
  Santa Barbara Historical Museum, 136 E. De la Guerra Street, Santa Barbara CA
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The Flying A: Silent Film In Santa Barbara From 1910 to 1912, the American Film Company’s western unit consisted of half-a-dozen actors and a handful of cowboys shooting one-reel westerns around southern California. Known as the Flying A, by 1915 they had built the nation's largest studio in Santa Barbara with some of the industry's top directors, actors, and writers. From historic adobes to magnificent mansions, sandy beaches to mountain peaks, the cameras of the Flying A cranked out hundreds of westerns, dramas, and comedies. The film pioneers of the Flying A left a legacy that continues to influence the movies and television shows of today.    
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Santa Barbara Historical Museum
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Science PlayLab
  Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, 2559 Puesta del Sol Road, Santa Barbara CA
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  Back by Popular Demand 
Big scientists start small, and children are natural scientists who energetically explore, investigate, and discover. Science PlayLab provides a fun, hands-on environment that connects kids to nature and science through creative play and experimentation. The exhibit is designed for children ages 4–8 years to be experienced with their entire family (adults, teens, seniors and toddlers); there is something for every age to enjoy.   ($6 - $10)
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Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
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Westmont Museum Displays Mexican Art
  Westmont College, 955 La Paz Road, Santa Barbara CA
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  “Rafael Perea de la Cabada: Alien Heartland” and “Mexican Prints: Selections from the Gil Garcia and Marti Correa de Garcia Collection”  
Two Mexican-themed exhibitions and a free family festival come to the Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum of Art this spring. “Rafael Perea de la Cabada: Alien Heartland” and “Mexican Prints: Selections from the Gil Garcia and Marti Correa de Garcia Collection” go on display Feb. 23 through March 31. The exhibitions open with a free public reception Thursday, Feb. 23, from 4-6 p.m.   ($0 - $0)
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Westmont College
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    Pasadena to Santa Barbara: A Selected History of Art in Southern California, 1951-1969
  Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1130 State Street, Santa Barbara CA
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  Artists include John Altoon, Karl Benjamin, Richard Diebenkorn, Marcel Duchamp, Llyn Foulkes, Sam Francis, Philip Guston, Ed Kienholz, John McLaughlin, Helen Lundeberg, Lee Mullican, Mark Tobey, and B 
This exhibition focuses on the legacy of two of Southern California’s leading venues for contemporary art since the 1940s: the Santa Barbara Museum of Art and the Pasadena Art Museum (known from 1941-1953 as the Pasadena Art Institute, and since 1975 as the Norton Simon Museum). These two institutions pioneered what is now perceptible as a common strategy—to exhibit the work of local artists living and active in Southern California, alongside the work of influential modern and contemporary artists from other parts of the United States and abroad.   ($6 - $9)
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Santa Barbara Museum of Art
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Publicly Private: Enrico Natali and Doug Rickard
  Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1130 State Street, Santa Barbara CA
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  Enrico Natali and Doug Rickard 
January 14 – April 22, 2012 This exhibition explores the documentary intent and style of two photographers working 50 years apart. Enrico Natali made surreptitious photographs on the New York subways in the 1960s. By placing a small Yashica camera at his side, he could look down into the rangefinder and choose the moment to snap the shutter, obviating the need to point a camera directly at a subject. Respectful and intimate, his approach enabled him to overcome his extreme shyness. In contrast, Doug Rickard’s 21st-century approach is to roam the forgotten streets of select cities without ever leaving his house. Using Google’s Street View, Rickard screens thousands of technological artifacts that are publicly available on the internet, selects, and re-photographs images on his computer monitor. He sees them as “A New American Picture” that is both voyeuristic and heartbreaking.    ($6 - $9)
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Santa Barbara Museum of Art
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Scenery, Story, Spirit: American Painting and Sculpture from the Santa Barbara Museum of Art
  Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1130 State Street, Santa Barbara CA
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  From the majestic Hudson River School paintings of Thomas Cole, John Kensett, and Albert Bierstadt to the gritty urban realism of Robert Henri and John Sloan, this presentation draws on the rich holdi 
Between the 1830s and the end of the First World War, American art came into its own. From the majestic Hudson River School paintings of Thomas Cole, John Kensett, and Albert Bierstadt to the gritty urban realism of Robert Henri and John Sloan, this presentation draws on the rich holdings of American paintings and sculptures in the collection of the Santa Barbara Museum of Art.    ($6 - $10)
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Santa Barbara Museum of Art
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    Whale Watch
  Condor Express- SEA Landing, 301 W. Cabrillo Blvd., Santa Barbara CA
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2.5 hour trips include a scenic cruise along the Santa Barbara shoreline. During these trips it is not uncommon to spot pods of Bottlenose or Common dolphins, Sea Lions, Harbor Seals, or an occasional CA Sea Otter rafting in local kelp beds.   ($30 - $50)
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Condor Express - SEA Landing
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"Carefree California" and "Catherine Opie Photographs Cliff May"
  Art, Design & Architecture Museum, UC Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara CA
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After 18 months of renovations, the University Art Museum reopens as the ART, DESIGN & ARCHITECTURE MUSEUM at UC Santa Barbara with the first major retrospective of the designer who popularized the ranch house, CLIFF MAY.   
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Art, Design & Architecture Museum
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    Ganna Walska: Collections and Keepsakes
  Ganna Walska Lotusland, Cold Springs Road, Santa Barbara CA
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Lotusland will kick off the 2012 tour season with a fascinating exhibit, “Ganna Walska: Collections and Keepsakes”. This eclectic mix -— most of which has never been seen by the public —- features some of Madame Walska’s personal possessions ranging from correspondence and photographs of famous friends to clothing, accessories and keepsakes.    ($10 - $35)
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Ganna Walska Lotusland
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Goleta/Camino Real Farmers Market
  Camino Real Marketplace, 7004 Marketplace Drive, Goleta CA
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Certified Farmers Market - in front of Borders Books. Thursdays. Rain or shine. All year round. 3 - 6 PM.   
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Santa Barbara Certified Farmers Market
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Carpinteria Farmers Market
  Santa Barbara Certified Farmers Market, 800 Block of Linden Avenue, Carpinteria CA
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Every Thursday, rain or shine. Summer: 3 - 6:30 PM; Winter: 3 - 6 PM.   
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Santa Barbara Certified Farmers Market
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Youth Baseball & T-Ball open registration
MONTECITO YMCA, 591 Santa Rosa Lane, Santa Barbara CA
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Baseball encompasses T-ball and Coach Pitch 1st/2nd grade & 3rd/4th grade divisions). The program is designed to teach players the fundamentals of baseball, YMCA Core Values and what it means to be part of a team. We strive to build community through volunteering; whether it be coaching, being a team parent or helping out at picture day. Join the baseball community, join the fun! Season Dates Deadline to register March 25 Coaches Meeting (YMCA) April 12, 6:00 Practices start Week of April 16 First Game May 5 Last Game June 9 Register at the front desk or online at ciymca.org/montecito Cost: Facility Member $89 Community Member $114    ($89 - $114)
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MONTECITO YMCA
WEBSITE    (805) 969-3288
 
Whale Watch
  Condor Express- SEA Landing, 301 W. Cabrillo Blvd., Santa Barbara CA
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2.5 hour trips include a scenic cruise along the Santa Barbara shoreline. During these trips it is not uncommon to spot pods of Bottlenose or Common dolphins, Sea Lions, Harbor Seals, or an occasional CA Sea Otter rafting in local kelp beds.   ($30 - $50)
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Condor Express - SEA Landing
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    Bingo Night at the Elks Lodge
  Santa Barbara Elks Lodge 613, , Santa Barbara CA
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  Everyone Welcome 
Want a fun evening out? Come to the Elks Lodge #613 every Thursday to play Bingo. Order your supper from the special Bingo menu and "buy in" for $20.00 per person for your pack of cards. Additional games also available. Bring your friends to make it even more exciting. Early Birds start at 6:30. Supper is served from 5-7. Ages 18 and up.    ($20.00
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Santa Barbara Elks Lodge 613
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    Hunger Games -- Midnight Show
  Arlington Theatre, 1317 State Street, Santa Barbara CA
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The Film "Hunger Games" opens for a midnight show on Thursday March 22 becoming Friday morning March 23 12:01am.   
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Arlington Theatre
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  March 23
    Montecito Farmers Market
  Santa Barbara Certified Farmers Market, 1100 & 1200 Blocks of Coast Village Road, Santa Barbara CA
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Certified Farmers Market. 8 to 11:15 AM. Rain or shine. All year round.   
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Santa Barbara Certified Farmers Market
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    Bird Walk at Elings Park
Elings Park, Jerry Harwin Pkwy, Santa Barbara CA
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Target Birds: Raptors, Song Birds, Juncos, Warblers, Finches, etc Trip leader: Jack Sanford 566-2191, email: jacksanford@hotmail.com.    
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Santa Barbara Audubon Society
WEBSITE    (805) 964-1468
 
    Whale Watch
  Condor Express- SEA Landing, 301 W. Cabrillo Blvd., Santa Barbara CA
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2.5 hour trips include a scenic cruise along the Santa Barbara shoreline. During these trips it is not uncommon to spot pods of Bottlenose or Common dolphins, Sea Lions, Harbor Seals, or an occasional CA Sea Otter rafting in local kelp beds.   ($30 - $50)
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Condor Express - SEA Landing
WEBSITE    (805) 882-0088     PROFILE     EMAIL A FRIEND
 
    The Flying A: Silent Film in Santa Barbara
  Santa Barbara Historical Museum, 136 E. De la Guerra Street, Santa Barbara CA
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The Flying A: Silent Film In Santa Barbara From 1910 to 1912, the American Film Company’s western unit consisted of half-a-dozen actors and a handful of cowboys shooting one-reel westerns around southern California. Known as the Flying A, by 1915 they had built the nation's largest studio in Santa Barbara with some of the industry's top directors, actors, and writers. From historic adobes to magnificent mansions, sandy beaches to mountain peaks, the cameras of the Flying A cranked out hundreds of westerns, dramas, and comedies. The film pioneers of the Flying A left a legacy that continues to influence the movies and television shows of today.    
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Santa Barbara Historical Museum
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Science PlayLab
  Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, 2559 Puesta del Sol Road, Santa Barbara CA
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  Back by Popular Demand 
Big scientists start small, and children are natural scientists who energetically explore, investigate, and discover. Science PlayLab provides a fun, hands-on environment that connects kids to nature and science through creative play and experimentation. The exhibit is designed for children ages 4–8 years to be experienced with their entire family (adults, teens, seniors and toddlers); there is something for every age to enjoy.   ($6 - $10)
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Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
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Westmont Museum Displays Mexican Art
  Westmont College, 955 La Paz Road, Santa Barbara CA
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  “Rafael Perea de la Cabada: Alien Heartland” and “Mexican Prints: Selections from the Gil Garcia and Marti Correa de Garcia Collection”  
Two Mexican-themed exhibitions and a free family festival come to the Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum of Art this spring. “Rafael Perea de la Cabada: Alien Heartland” and “Mexican Prints: Selections from the Gil Garcia and Marti Correa de Garcia Collection” go on display Feb. 23 through March 31. The exhibitions open with a free public reception Thursday, Feb. 23, from 4-6 p.m.   ($0 - $0)
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Westmont College
WEBSITE    (805) 565-6162     PROFILE     EMAIL A FRIEND
 
    Pasadena to Santa Barbara: A Selected History of Art in Southern California, 1951-1969
  Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1130 State Street, Santa Barbara CA
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  Artists include John Altoon, Karl Benjamin, Richard Diebenkorn, Marcel Duchamp, Llyn Foulkes, Sam Francis, Philip Guston, Ed Kienholz, John McLaughlin, Helen Lundeberg, Lee Mullican, Mark Tobey, and B 
This exhibition focuses on the legacy of two of Southern California’s leading venues for contemporary art since the 1940s: the Santa Barbara Museum of Art and the Pasadena Art Museum (known from 1941-1953 as the Pasadena Art Institute, and since 1975 as the Norton Simon Museum). These two institutions pioneered what is now perceptible as a common strategy—to exhibit the work of local artists living and active in Southern California, alongside the work of influential modern and contemporary artists from other parts of the United States and abroad.   ($6 - $9)
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Santa Barbara Museum of Art
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Publicly Private: Enrico Natali and Doug Rickard
  Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1130 State Street, Santa Barbara CA
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  Enrico Natali and Doug Rickard 
January 14 – April 22, 2012 This exhibition explores the documentary intent and style of two photographers working 50 years apart. Enrico Natali made surreptitious photographs on the New York subways in the 1960s. By placing a small Yashica camera at his side, he could look down into the rangefinder and choose the moment to snap the shutter, obviating the need to point a camera directly at a subject. Respectful and intimate, his approach enabled him to overcome his extreme shyness. In contrast, Doug Rickard’s 21st-century approach is to roam the forgotten streets of select cities without ever leaving his house. Using Google’s Street View, Rickard screens thousands of technological artifacts that are publicly available on the internet, selects, and re-photographs images on his computer monitor. He sees them as “A New American Picture” that is both voyeuristic and heartbreaking.    ($6 - $9)
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Santa Barbara Museum of Art
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Scenery, Story, Spirit: American Painting and Sculpture from the Santa Barbara Museum of Art
  Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1130 State Street, Santa Barbara CA
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  From the majestic Hudson River School paintings of Thomas Cole, John Kensett, and Albert Bierstadt to the gritty urban realism of Robert Henri and John Sloan, this presentation draws on the rich holdi 
Between the 1830s and the end of the First World War, American art came into its own. From the majestic Hudson River School paintings of Thomas Cole, John Kensett, and Albert Bierstadt to the gritty urban realism of Robert Henri and John Sloan, this presentation draws on the rich holdings of American paintings and sculptures in the collection of the Santa Barbara Museum of Art.    ($6 - $10)
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Santa Barbara Museum of Art
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