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      April
18          Good Friday Breakbast
Fess Parker's Double Tree Hotel and Resort
, 633 E Cabrillo Blvd, Santa Barbara
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Dr. Gayle Beebe, President of Westmont College 
Dr. Gayle D. Beebe, Westmont’s eighth president, will be the keynote speaker at the 37th Annual Good Friday Breakfast April 18th. The Annual Good Friday Breakfast brought to our community by the Channel Islands YMCA since 1978 is a Christian outreach program, focusing on the significance of the death of Jesus Christ, is open to the public and will be held at Fess Parker's Double Tree Hotel and Resort in the Ballroom, beginning at 7:00 AM with breakfast and will conclude by 8:50 AM.   ($40 - $1000)
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Westmont College
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          Bear in Mind: The Story of the California Grizzly
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
, 2559 Puesta del Sol Road, Santa Barbara
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Scientists think that about 10.000 grizzlies once lived in California. Whether out of fear, thrill, or simple competition for space on the land, California settlers killed grizzly bears until the 1920s when the species became extinct. But the grizzly bear lives on in our imaginations and in stories and advertisements symbolizing things desired and things lost. Bear in mind, what you do affects wildlife. So, what are you going to do to help?   ($7 - $12)
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Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
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      Westmont's Senior Art Exhibition: “34°26’59.33”N, 119°39’43.29”W"
Westmont College's Ridley-Tree Museum of Art
, 955 La Paz Road, Santa Barbara
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Sixteen graduating art majors present their capstone projects while paying homage to the Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum of Art on April 3-May 3. The public is invited to a free, opening reception Thursday, April 3, from 4-6 p.m. at the museum. The senior exhibition, “34°26’59.33”N, 119°39’43.29”W,” reflects the longitude and latitude coordinates of the museum that officially opened when they were first-year students.   
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Westmont College
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          Open House
Tamsen Gallery, 3888 State Street, Santa Barbara
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By popular request, Tamsen Gallery is hosting Open House Events in April and May. Join us for a bit of wine and cheese while viewing our latest collection of contemporary art. A perfect time to meet up with friends while taking a visual journey through our vibrant collection of new works.    
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Tamsen Gallery
WEBSITE    (805) 687-2200
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          Chaucer & Milton & Shakespeare, oh my!
Anacapa School, 814 Santa Barbara Street, Santa Barbara
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John Ridland hosts a reading at Anacapa School, featuring the poems of Chaucer, Milton, and Shakespeare in an exciting new venue, Anacapa School! Come be a student for an evening.   
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Santa Barbara Poetry
   (805) 289-7900
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19          Bear in Mind: The Story of the California Grizzly
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
, 2559 Puesta del Sol Road, Santa Barbara
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Scientists think that about 10.000 grizzlies once lived in California. Whether out of fear, thrill, or simple competition for space on the land, California settlers killed grizzly bears until the 1920s when the species became extinct. But the grizzly bear lives on in our imaginations and in stories and advertisements symbolizing things desired and things lost. Bear in mind, what you do affects wildlife. So, what are you going to do to help?   ($7 - $12)
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Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
WEBSITE    (805) 682-4711    OUR PROFILE

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          Westmont's Senior Art Exhibition: “34°26’59.33”N, 119°39’43.29”W"
Westmont College's Ridley-Tree Museum of Art
, 955 La Paz Road, Santa Barbara
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Sixteen graduating art majors present their capstone projects while paying homage to the Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum of Art on April 3-May 3. The public is invited to a free, opening reception Thursday, April 3, from 4-6 p.m. at the museum. The senior exhibition, “34°26’59.33”N, 119°39’43.29”W,” reflects the longitude and latitude coordinates of the museum that officially opened when they were first-year students.   
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Westmont College
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          Discovery Zone
Ty Warner Sea Center (211 Stearns Wharf)
, State St & W Cabrillo Blvd, Santa Barbara
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Discovery Zone Selected Saturdays 1:00PM – 3:00PM, Sea Center Classroom Enjoy marine science explorations in the Sea Center classroom. Included with admission    
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Ty Warner Sea Center (211 Stearns Wharf)
WEBSITE    (805) 962-2526    OUR PROFILE

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          Sunday Poets Spring Forward!
Book Den, 15 East Anapamu, Santa Barbara
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A generous collection of poets including Steve Beisner, Alison Bailey, Toni Lorien, Marcia Meier, Susan Chiavelli, Sojourner Kincaid Rolle, and Fran Davis. Hosted by Melinda Palacio.   
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Santa Barbara Poetry
   (805) 962-3321
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      Open House
Tamsen Gallery, 3888 State Street, Santa Barbara
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By popular request, Tamsen Gallery is hosting Open House Events in April and May. Join us for a bit of wine and cheese while viewing our latest collection of contemporary art. A perfect time to meet up with friends while taking a visual journey through our vibrant collection of new works.    
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Tamsen Gallery
WEBSITE    (805) 687-2200
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20          Bear in Mind: The Story of the California Grizzly
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
, 2559 Puesta del Sol Road, Santa Barbara
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Scientists think that about 10.000 grizzlies once lived in California. Whether out of fear, thrill, or simple competition for space on the land, California settlers killed grizzly bears until the 1920s when the species became extinct. But the grizzly bear lives on in our imaginations and in stories and advertisements symbolizing things desired and things lost. Bear in mind, what you do affects wildlife. So, what are you going to do to help?   ($7 - $12)
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Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
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          Sea Stories
Ty Warner Sea Center (211 Stearns Wharf)
, State St & W Cabrillo Blvd, Santa Barbara
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Sea Stories Join us Sundays at 11:30AM Enjoy interactive story readings perfect for families. Included with admission.    
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Ty Warner Sea Center (211 Stearns Wharf)
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          Shark Sundays
Ty Warner Sea Center (211 Stearns Wharf)
, State St & W Cabrillo Blvd, Santa Barbara
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Shark Sundays Join us Sundays at 3:30PM Watch us feed sharks and rays in the Shark Habitat Tank. Observe shark feeding behaviors, and if you’re lucky, help us throw in a few pieces too! Included with admission.    
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Ty Warner Sea Center (211 Stearns Wharf)
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          Life Beyond Sorrow ~ Class and Dinner on Easter Sunday
Mahakankala Buddhist Center
, 508 Brinkerhoff Ave., Santa Barbara
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With American Buddhist monk Kelsang Wangpo. 
Our relationships with our family, friends, and colleagues often give rise to challenges, and it is difficult to sustain the love or harmony within them. Yet, we need to know how to live in peace and harmony with others. Its often said, all you need is love, but our love is often mixed with expectation and a need for others to love us back in the way we want. When we combine our love with wisdom, however, our relationships naturally improve as we change our mind rather than the other person or the external situation, and all of our relationships become meaningful and true sources of joy.    ($25 - $25)
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Mahakankala Buddhist Center
WEBSITE    (805) 563-6000    OUR PROFILE

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          Art-based Poetry
Linda Saccoccio's studio, 615 1/2 De la Vina #4, Santa Barbara
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All are welcome! Bring a poem or two that relates to art. Enjoy the ekphrastic inspiration whether you choose to read or just listen. Host Linda Saccoccio is an artist and poet. She has hosted an art-based reading for National Poetry Month at her studio for the past two years. Last year she co-hosted with Dairine Pearson, and the event was full of spirited, poetic originality. Dairine and Linda hope you will join them to delve into the mystery of visual art through poetry. Please note: on-street parking only.   
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Santa Barbara Poetry
   (805) 451-8761
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