232 Natoma Avenue, Santa Barbara, CA 93101 -- (805) 965-3586
July 24, 2014
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Ecology Explorers Summer Camp
Explore Ecology/Art From Scrap
, 302 E. Cota Street, Santa Barbara
Explore Ecology/Art From Scrap
Ecology Explorers is an exciting and educational week where campers learn to respect themselves, others, and the environment through exploring the natural world and their artistic creativity. Fun filled activities include Art From Scrap reuse art projects, nature exploration in and around Arroyo Burro Beach, science experiments, watershed models, environmental concept games, group cooperation challenges, composting, planting seeds, hikes, cooking, songs, nature crafts, tie dye, stories, and walking field trips to nearby parks and more. ..... $225.00 - $225.00

Explore Ecology    (805) 884-0459 x18    http://www.ExploreEcology.org

"Lasting Impressions"
Gallery Los Olivos, 2920 Grand Avenue, Los Olivos
Pastel artists, Kris Buck and Terri Taber
A collection of plein air and studio paintings by award winning artists, Kris Buck and Terri Taber

(805) 688-7517    http://www.gallerylosolivos.com

Free Summer Concert Series
Santa Barbara Museum of Art
, 1130 State Street, Santa Barbara
Join us for a series of 60-minute concerts featuring Music Academy of the West Fellows. Mary Craig Auditorium Free Complimentary tickets will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis beginning at 1:30 pm at SBMA’s Park Entrance. No advance ticket distribution

(805) 963-4364    http://www.sbma.net

Garden Court on De La Vina Pre-Fiesta Kickoff Performance by both First Ever and Current Spirit of F
Garden Court, 1116 De La Vina Street, Santa Barbara
As Santa Barbara gears up to celebrate its 90th year of Old Spanish Days Fiesta, Garden Court is preparing a Fiesta celebration of their own. On Thursday, July 24th Garden Court will hold a pre-Fiesta kickoff party featuring a performance by the first ever Spirit of Fiesta and Garden Court resident, Lea Parker who will serve as the 2014 Fiesta Grand Marshall. Entertainment will be provided by the Linda Vega Dance Studio, including performances by the 2014 Spirit of Fiesta, Talia Ortega Vestal and Jr. Spirit, Natalie Mowers. Come experience Garden’s Courts transformation into Old Spanish Days with handmade decorations, tacos, chips, salsa, guacamole, margaritas, lemonade and horchata. Taco tickets will be sold for $1/each. The event is free and open to the public. Garden Court on De La Vina provides service enhanced independent living for frail, low-income Santa Barbara seniors to live independently for as long as possible. Date: Thursday, July 24th Time: 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. Location: Garden Court, 1116 De La Vina Street, Santa Barbara, 93101 Cost: Free For more information, please contact Christopher Tucker, Executive Director of Garden Court at 805.884.0095 or visit www.gardencourt.org.

(805) 884-0095    www.gardencourt.org.

Orlando, Virginia Woolf’s novel adapted for the stage by Sarah Ruhl
Performing in Multiple Alternative Spaces, See website for details, Santa Barbara
Woolf’s Orlando, called the “longest love letter ever to be written in literary history” spans five centuries as Orlando seeks to find meaning in life through love, adventure, and poetry. A romp through the ages, a meditation on time, gender, and sexuality, Ruhl’s clever and witty adaptation uses a chorus to enact lyrical, instant, and whimsical transformations as we follow Orlando through time. Featuring Tess Plant-Thomas as Orlando, Morgan Altenhoff as Sasha, and Rob Grayson, Stephanie Farnum, and Erika Leachman as the Chorus. Direction by Mary Plant-Thomas, Scenic Design by Peter Barnholdt, Lighting Design by Sarah Jane Bennett, Costume Design by Yuko Maikawa, Makeup Design by Terry Li, Sound Design by Matthew Tavianini, Stage Management by Chloe Clements, and Dramaturgy by Gabriella Steinberg. Elements Theatre Collective will present Orlando from July 11th through July 27th in multiple locations throughout Santa Barbara, Goleta, and Carpenteria. As part of Elements' mission to provide free, professional quality theatre to underserved communities, all performances will be offered for free to the community, including a performance at Casa Esperanza Homeless Shelter. This production is presented in partnership with Santa Barbara Dance Alliance. Orlando contains some adult language and content. Running from July 11th to the 27th. Reserve your seats today at www.elementstc.org!

Elements Theatre Collective    (805) 232-4382    www.elementstc.org

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