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      April
30          The Whole Flock: Songsters, Sprites, and Gleaners
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
, 2559 Puesta del Sol Road, Santa Barbara
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To celebrate our first 100 years, the Maximus Gallery will be showcasing Audubon prints from our Antique Natural History Print Collection. The Whole Flock; a centennial exhibit in three parts begins this spring with Songsters, Sprites, and Gleaners. Images from The Birds of America will be accompanied by related bird songs and our historic egg collection highlighted as a reference to the origins of the Museum.    
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1      The Whole Flock: Songsters, Sprites, and Gleaners
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
, 2559 Puesta del Sol Road, Santa Barbara
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To celebrate our first 100 years, the Maximus Gallery will be showcasing Audubon prints from our Antique Natural History Print Collection. The Whole Flock; a centennial exhibit in three parts begins this spring with Songsters, Sprites, and Gleaners. Images from The Birds of America will be accompanied by related bird songs and our historic egg collection highlighted as a reference to the origins of the Museum.    
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3          Healing Rooms of Santa Maria Valley
Healing Rooms Apostolic Center, 3010 Skyway Drive, Santa Maria
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Healing Rooms is open Monday 5 PM, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 9 AM   
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          TALK: Networks and Social Capital in Japanís 3/11 disasters
UCSB Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, UCSB SSMS 2135, Santa Barbara
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The March 11, 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and associated tsunami and nuclear meltdowns took nearly 20,000 lives, created half a million refugees, and affected energy policies as far away as Germany, Switzerland, and Italy. In Japan, mortality rates in coastal communities in the Tohoku region were not constant; instead, they varied widely from town to town. During the recovery period, some towns have rebuilt damaged infrastructure, reopened schools, and repopulated downtowns. Others have not been at successful. What explains the variation in mortality during the tsunami and recovery after the disaster? Using data gathered from fieldwork, interviews, and surveys, this talk looks closely at the role of social capital and networks. While many of us envision disaster mitigation in terms of physical infrastructure, the findings instead point to the power of social infrastructure to reduce mortality and accelerate post disaster recovery. Sponsored by the IHCís Reinventing Japan RFG, the East Asia Center, the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies, the Environmental Humanities Initiative, the UCSB Critical Issues in America series: Climate Futures, the Global Environmental Justice Project, the Department of Political Science, the Department of Environmental Studies, and the Department of Global Studies. ē See more events sponsored by the IHC's Reinventing Japan RFG: http://www.ihc.ucsb.edu/tag/reinventing-japan-rfg/   
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4          Healing Rooms of Santa Maria Valley
Healing Rooms Apostolic Center, 3010 Skyway Drive, Santa Maria
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Healing Rooms is open Monday 5 PM, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 9 AM   
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          TALK: Networks and Social Capital in Japanís 3/11 disasters
UCSB Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, UCSB SSMS 2135, Santa Barbara
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TALK: Networks and Social Capital in Japanís 3/11 disasters Daniel Aldrich (Political Science, Northeastern University) Wednesday, May 04, 2016 /4:00 SSMS 2135 The 11 March 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and associated tsunami and nuclear meltdowns took nearly 20,000 lives, created half a million refugees, and affected energy policies as far away as Germany, Switzerland, and Italy. In Japan, mortality rates in coastal communities in the Tohoku region were not constant; instead, they varied widely from town to town. During the recovery period, some towns have rebuilt damaged infrastructure, reopened schools, and repopulated downtowns. Others have not been at successful. What explains the variation in mortality during the tsunami and recovery after the disaster? Using data gathered from fieldwork, interviews, and surveys, this talk looks closely at the role of social capital and networks. While many of us envision disaster mitigation in terms of physical infrastructure, the findings instead point to the power of social infrastructure to reduce mortality and accelerate post disaster recovery. Sponsored by the IHCís Reinventing Japan RFG, the East Asia Center, and the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies.   
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      TALK: Networks and Social Capital in Japanís 3/11 disasters
UCSB Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, 2135 SSMS, UCSB, Santa Barbara
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The 11 March 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and associated tsunami and nuclear meltdowns took nearly 20,000 lives, created half a million refugees, and affected energy policies as far away as Germany, Switzerland, and Italy. In Japan, mortality rates in coastal communities in the Tohoku region were not constant; instead, they varied widely from town to town. During the recovery period, some towns have rebuilt damaged infrastructure, reopened schools, and repopulated downtowns. Others have not been at successful. What explains the variation in mortality during the tsunami and recovery after the disaster? Using data gathered from fieldwork, interviews, and surveys, this talk looks closely at the role of social capital and networks. While many of us envision disaster mitigation in terms of physical infrastructure, the findings instead point to the power of social infrastructure to reduce mortality and accelerate post disaster recovery. Sponsored by the IHCís Reinventing Japan RFG, the East Asia Center, and the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies.   
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          Dog Conformation Handling Class
Santa Barbara Humane Society, 5399 Overpass Rd., Santa Barbara
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CCKC offers "handling" classes for people who want to compete in the breed ring. All dogs must have current vaccinations including Bordatella. Please bring proof of vaccinations to class. Cost is $6 per class for non-club members, $5 for members. 2016 classes will begin Wednesday, April 6 and run through August. Classes are held on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 pm at the SB Humane Society on Overpass Road. Contact cckcdogs@gmail.com for more information.   ($5 - $6)
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Channel City Kennel Club
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          BEAUTIFUL DUCKLING: AN EVENING WITH LEGENDARY SCREENWRITER CHANG YUNG-HSIANG
Carsey-Wolf Center, 4431 SS&MS, Santa Barbara
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Join us for a rare 35mm screening of a classic film from the golden era of Taiwan cinema, with special guest, screenwriter Chang Yung-hsiang. UCSB Professor Michael Berry will lead a discussion with the renowned screenwriter of over 100 films.   
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Carsey-Wolf Center
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5          Healing Rooms of Santa Maria Valley
Healing Rooms Apostolic Center, 3010 Skyway Drive, Santa Maria
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Healing Rooms is open Monday 5 PM, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 9 AM   
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          TALK: Can Neuroscience Help Us Understand Art?
UCSB Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, UCSB Humanities & Social Sciences Building, Room 6046, Santa Barbara
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Alva NoŽ (Philosophy, UC Berkeley) 
Alva NoŽ is a philosopher of mind whose research and teaching focus on perception and consciousness, as well as the theory of art (with special attention to dance as well as visual art). Other interests include Phenomenology, Wittgenstein, Kant, and the origins of analytic philosophy, as well as topics in the philosophies of baseball and biology. He is a weekly contributor to National Public Radioís science blog 13.7: Cosmos and Culture. Sponsored by the IHC series The Humanities and the Brain and the Center for Spatial Studies.   
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          CODE: DEBUGGING THE GENDER GAP
Carsey-Wolf Center, 4431 SS&MS, Santa Barbara
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Expert voices from the worlds of tech, psychology, science, and education are intercut in this inspirational documentary, which examines why girls and people of color are not seeking opportunities in the rapidly growing computer science job sector. Code explores how cultural mindsets, stereotypes, educational hurdles and sexism all play roles in the national crisis that will see one million unfilled software engineering jobs in the U.S. by 2020.   
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6          24 HOUR PRAYER
Healing Rooms Apostolic Center, 3010 Skyway Drive, Santa Maria
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Jim and Cindy Douglas 
Join us as we support the National Day of Prayer's call to "Wake Up America!".    
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Healing Rooms Apostolic Center
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          First District Supervisorial Candidates Forum
Montecito Union School, 385 San Ysidro Road, Montecito
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Das Williams and Jennifer Christensen 
Your opportunity to learn more about Das Williams and Jennifer Christensen, candidates for the First District seat on the Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors. Both will discuss their positions regarding community-based decision making including: land use, transportation and water security for Montecito.   
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Montecito Association
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          Permaculture & the Climate Crisis: Science, Politics, & Practice with Dr Rafter Sass Ferguson
Fe Bland Auditorium/BC Forum, West Campus
, 800 block of Cliff Drive, Santa Barbara, CA 93109, santa barbara
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COP21 proved conclusively that our institutions are not equipped to handle the enormous climate crisis that is facing humanity and our planet on their own. We need grassroots movements to drive needed transformation - to both demonstrate alternatives to the status quo and demand that governments, NGOs, and business get on board and work as allies, for the changes that are so desperately needed.   
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santa barbara permaculture network
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