Datebook Seasonal Events for July

Posted on May 28 by SEASONS Magazine

Throughout July, Pacific Pride Foundation July Charity Lunch Promotion at Wine Cask

Mention Pacific Pride Foundation during your lunch at Wine Cask throughout the month of July to donate 10% of your bill toward the nonprofit, whose programs  support the LGBT community, as well as those affected by HIV/AIDS. 

Through July 24, Abstract Art Collective Summer Exhibition

The members of the Abstract Art Collective—a creative community of artists who connect through art shows, meetings and creating digital delivery of abstract work—showcase their summer work at Goleta Valley Library. A reception with the artists will take place on July 18 from 5:30–7:30p.m.

Through August 10 SPECIMEN

SPECIMEN, an exhibit curated by Ted Mills, brings together an odd array of objects into cabinets created by various artists in town. Several of the artists involved are well known assemblage experts, making this exhibit a strangely cohesive yet totally fragmented experience, as though you’re peering at something to be studied. Participating local artists include Tracy Beeler, Dan Levin, Michael Long,  Ted Mills, Jim O’Mahoney, Norm Reed, Jonathan Smith, Matt Straka, Ethan TurpinDug Uyesaka and Sue Van Horsen.

Through August 31, Make-A-Wish Tri-Counties Accepting Frequent Flier Mile Donations

Make-A-Wish Tri-Counties is accepting the donation of frequent flier miles now through August 31 to help make sick kids in Santa Barbara, San Louis Obispo and Ventura counties’s dreams come true.

Through September 1, “Collecting California” Painting Exhibit

Sullivan Goss Gallery invites you to ruminate on “Collecting California,” an exhibition covering an array of paintings from the late 1800s through today. The pieces capture the idyllic and diverse beauty of the land, from rugged seascapes and plunging waterfalls to undulating ranch land and serene sunrises – infusing the imagination with a sense of possibility and optimism for the future.

Through September 7, Unbuilt Santa Barbara

Unbuilt Santa Barbara takes a look at alternative architecture and design plans for the city of Santa Barbara that were ultimately not pursued.

Through September 15, Ojai Collects

Eight private collections make up the third exhibition at Ojai Valley Museum, featuring many pieces that have never been shown to the public prior to this exhibit. Each collection depicts a different passion of its collector, including popular culture, American art from 1968–1980, New Guinea/Sepik River carvings, archery bows, American bronzes, Southern Outsider art,  American West and contemporary glass art.

Through September 22, Peake/Picasso, Goya: Disasters of War and Unbuilt UCSB

AD&A Museum visitors have the opportunity to view three different exhibitions on UC Santa Barbara‘s campus.

Through September 29, Un/Natural Color

Come to Santa Barbara Museum of Art‘s exhibition Un/Natural Color and examine the different color repertoires associated with specific historical time periods, as well as how time affects the look of photographs.

July 1-August 15, 5:30-7 p.m. Summer Camp 2013: Santa Barbara Festival Ballet

The Advanced Technique Evening class from Monday-Thursday with Valerie Huston begins. (C.T.)

July 2–September 22 Labour and Wait

Grayson Perry, Map Of Truths And Beliefs, 2011, wool and cotton tapestry, 78 3/4 x 185 1/8 in. Courtesy of SBMA

Grayson Perry, Map Of Truths And Beliefs, 2011, wool and cotton tapestry, 78 3/4 x 185 1/8 in. Courtesy of SBMA

In an exhibit that brings 19th-century principles of virtue into the 21st century, the work of 15 internationally recognized artists and artist-collaboratives comprising Labour and Wait reflects today’s obsession with authenticity, craftsmanship and the handcrafted. Artists in the exhibition include seminal figures Wim Delvoye (Ghent), Tim Hawkinson (Los Angeles) and Grayson Perry (London), as well as emerging artists Theaster Gates (Chicago), Mika Rottenberg (New York) and Allison Smith (San Francisco). Also represented are Tonico Lemos Auad, Andrea Bowers, Colin Darke, Daniel Dewar and Gregory Gicquel, Peter Fischli and David Weiss, Josiah McElheny, Ricky Swallow, David Thorpe and Jane Wilbraham.

July 31–August 4, 8 p.m. Freud’s Last Session 

Come watch as actors portraying psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud and author C.S. Lewis discuss matters such as religion, sex and life in a highly engaging production at Center Stage Theater. Tickets are available here or at 805/963-0408.

July 3, 7:30 p.m. Vertigo

Part of UCSB Arts & Lectures, SB County Arts Commission, SB County Park Foundation and SB County Community Services Department’s free summer film series, Vertigo is Alfred Hitchcock’s psychological thriller that follows James Stewart’s character John “Scottie” Ferguson as a retired police detective turned private investigator, whose assignment to follow Madeleine Elster (Kim Novak) as she appears to be possessed.

July 3. 8:30 p.m. Spencer the Gardener

Join local band Spencer the Gardener for some fresh tunes and cold drinks at The Uptown Lounge.

July 4 Solvang’s U.S. Independence Day Celebration

Head to Solvang to celebrate America, with a parade, live entertainment, concerts, barbecues, fireworks and a festival at Solvang Park and Old Mission Santa Inéz.

american-flag-2aJuly 4, 11:30 a.m.–12:10 p.m. Washington on the Plaza

A Santa Barbara debut, Washington on the Plaza is a brand-new historical musical drama offering a patriotic re-enactment of the reading of the Declaration of Independence in 1776, complete with George Washington’s horse-and-carriage arrival, live musical performances and photos with the President. This free public performance is presented by Santa Barbara Pops Association at De la Guerra Plaza.

July 4, 1 p.m. Fourth of July Parade

Find unity and community in all things patriotic at the 51st annual Fourth of July Parade. This year’s “America the Beautiful” theme will take inspiration from all aspects of our nation that make this country a beautiful place to live. Parade begins at Micheltorena and State Street, concluding at Cota St.

July 4, 5 p.m. West Coast Symphony Orchestra Fourth of July Concert

Join this fourth of July musical celebration at Santa Barbara County Courthouse Sunken Gardens, with an outdoor concert by West Coast Symphony Orchestra and a salute to America.

July 4, 5–10 p.m. Fourth of July Celebration at The Canary Hotel

Join Finch and Fork restaurant and The Canary Hotel for an unobstructed view of the fireworks, an all-American barbeque, face painting for the kids, beer for the adults and music from DJ Sparks for all.

July 4–September 29 Amos Kennedy

Commemorating the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech and the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in Birmingham, Alabama, Sullivan Goss is presenting its first-ever, one-man exhibit of Amos Kennedy‘s work called Put the Message in the Hands of the People and Move On.

July 5, 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Fairy Tale Dreams

Santa Barbara Ballet Center performs a magical piece with references to well-known fairy tales.

July 5, 8:30 p.m. Vertigo

Part of UCSB Arts & Lectures, SB County Arts Commission, SB County Park Foundation and SB County Community Services Department’s free summer film series, Vertigo is Alfred Hitchcock’s psychological thriller that follows James Stewart’s character John “Scottie” Ferguson as a retired police detective turned private investigator, whose assignment to follow Madeleine Elster (Kim Novak) as she appears to be possessed.

Dasha Shishkin, Non mi toccare, 2012, Mixed media on mylar, 30 x 42 in., Courtesy the Artist and Zach Feuer Gallery, New York, NY. Courtesy of MCA Santa Barbara.

Dasha Shishkin, Non mi toccare, 2012, Mixed media on mylar, 30 x 42 in., Courtesy the Artist and Zach Feuer Gallery, New York, NY. Courtesy of MCA Santa Barbara.

July 6, 6–8 p.m. Opening Reception for Dasha Shishkin and Bloom Projects: Edgar Orlaineta

Join the artists Dasha Shiskin and Edgar Orlaineta for an evening of art discussion and talk about their two new exhibits happening at MCA Santa Barbara.

July 7, 7 p.m. The Tempest

Lit Moon Theater Company performs this classic Shakespearean tale about emotional turmoil and comic bravora at Center Stage Theater.

July 7–September 8 Dasha Shishkin

Russian-born artist Dasha Shishkin creates vibrant drawings on large semi-transparent surfaces, with figurative depictions of the romantic, erotic, humorous and grotesque visible in this solo exhibition.

Solar Do-(it-yourself)nothing toy by Edgar Orlainet. Photo courtesy of MCA Santa Barbara.

Solar Do-(it-yourself)nothing toy by Edgar Orlainet. Photo courtesy of MCA Santa Barbara.

July 7–September 8 Bloom Projects: Edgar Orlaineta

Like a magnifying glass to everyday life, Edgar Orlaineta’s sculptures use small details to convey larger cultural concepts. A man of many mediums, including sculpture, collage and video, Orlaineta will produce a completely new body of work for his exhibit at MCA Santa Barbara.

July 7–September 29 Un/Natural Color

Leroy Grannis, Greg Noll Surf Team at Duke Kahanamoku Invitational, Sunset Beach, 1966. SBMA, Museum purchase with funds provided by Jane and Michael G. Wilson. Courtesy of SBMA.

Leroy Grannis, Greg Noll Surf Team at Duke Kahanamoku Invitational, Sunset Beach, 1966. SBMA, Museum purchase with funds provided by Jane and Michael G. Wilson. Courtesy of SBMA.

Un/Natural Color is SBMA’s new show that explores the inherent association between color and time. When you look at photographs from a certain era, their unique color palettes and hues evoke a certain emotion. From the pastel paints of 19th-century portraits and the black and white contrast of 1920s photographs to the vibrant colors of 1930s Kodachrome transparencies and the faded tones of Polaroid’s from the 1970s, all moments in the past have become closely associated with a unique color palette. (AK)

July 10, 7:30 p.m. Rear Window 

Part of a free summer film series, Rear Window is an Alfred Hitchcock masterpiece about a wheelchair-bound man who spies on his neighbors, soon developing incriminating stories for them in his mind.

July 11–August 4, Freud’s Last Session

Enjoy this witty and poignant play about two famous writers, Sigmund Freud and C.S. Lewis, sitting down together to chat about religion, sex, life and death.

July 11August 8, 2 p.m. Summer Concert Series: Santa Barbara Museum of Art

Join Santa Barbara Museum of Art every Thursday this summer for a free concert series featuring Music Academy of the West Fellows. Complimentary tickets will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.

July 12—August 3, 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. “Evocateurs”Exhibit

Santa Barbara Tennis Club’s Second Fridays Art features the thought-provoking and powerful work of five distinguished artists.

July 12, 10 a.m. Local Kin Salmon Live Food Demo

Head to Whole Foods for a free demonstration on how to clean and buy the best fresh sustainable seafood, helping the environment and saving money at the same time.

July 12, 12:30 p.m. MERIT Musicians Perform Free Classical Concert

A chamber music concert by young and talented musicians from Music Academy of the West’s MERIT program will be performed for your listening pleasure.

July 12, 8:30 p.m. Rear Window 

Part of a free summer film series, Rear Window is an Alfred Hitchcock masterpiece about a wheelchair-bound man who spies on his neighbors, soon developing incriminating stories for them in his mind.

Courtesy of Rod Lathim

Courtesy of Rod Lathim

July 12–13, 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Assemblage Workshop

Learn to transform your photos, objects and memorabilia into beautiful artwork for your home! This two-day workshop is led by Santa Barbara artist and playwright Rod Lathim and is sure to leave you feeling inspired. (AS)

July 13, 9 a.m.–1 p.m. Fiesta Costume Sale

Head to the Fiesta Costume Sale at the Carriage and Western Art Museum for all your Old Spanish Days garb, with traditional Spanish and Mexican clothing and accessories for men, women and children.

July 13, 2 p.m. Lotusfest

Celebrate the gorgeous flower that is Lotusland’s namesake while honoring the wonderful woman whose travels and love of nature inspired the garden. Wine tasting, hors d’oeuvres, entertainment and lotus lore galore. Reservations required.

July 13, 2 p.m. Book Den Talk with Brian Fagan

Anthropologist and professor Brian Fagan will discuss his two newest books, The Attacking Ocean, which discusses the complex relationship between humans and the sea, and Beyond the Blue Horizon, about the enduring quest of man to master the turbulent and mysterious ocean.

July 13, 2–3 p.m. Cherry Fest Cooking Technique Class

Join Melissa Costello, local cookbook author and nutritionist, at Whole Foods Santa Barbara and learn how to use cherries to their full potential in a season just begging for cherry-everything!

July 13 Bastille Day Celebration

Los Olivos Business Organization offers its 2nd annual Bastille Day Celebration in the beautiful garden of Coghlan Vineyard and Jewelers. Building on last year’s success, the event offers wine tastings from 20 local wineries paired with tasty offerings from restaurants, a caterer and a chocolatier. Enjoy the intimate surroundings with live music and dancing, while experiencing the relaxed and friendly Los Olivos lifestyle.

July 13, Beethoven and Shostakovich

Music Academy of the West offers a program conducted by Leonard Slatkin, last at the academy in 2011, exclusively performing works by Beethoven and Shostakovich.

July 13, 3–5 p.m. Artist Reception with Laurie MacMillan

Head to Porch for an exclusive artist reception with resident exhibitor Laurie MacMillan, whose works are on exhibit through August 23 in the Carpinteria shop.

July 13–14 French Festival

Are those crêpes I smell? The 25th annual French Festival in Oak Park is back with delicious Parisian delicacies, beaucoup du breads and pastries, an array of other French cuisine, live performances, international jazz, classical French music and much more.

Spamalot poster, courtesy of PCPA

Spamalot poster, courtesy of PCPA

July 13–August 10 Monty Python’s Spamalot

This hilarious and expertly written musical, Tony Award-winning Spamalot depicts the legendary (albeit a bit tampered-with) story of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table, traveling along on their quest for the Holy Grail.

July 14, 21 Sunday Jazz in the Garden with Laura Schlieske Trio

Local favorite Laura Schlieske Trio offers a live concert at Lincourt Vineyards, complete with wine and a summer barbecue.

July 14, 1–4 p.m. MidSummerland Day Dream Celebration

Head to Waxing Poetic for the lovely melodies of  harpist Simone Salmon, poetry readings (including some Shakespeare read by current Poet Laureate Chryss Yost), light food and refreshments, all celebrating the beauty of summer and the whimsy of this Summerland shop. Don your favorite Renaissance garb and bring along some poetry of your own!

July 14, 1:30–4:30 p.m. Studio Sundays on the Front Steps

Participants will use weeds, leaves and other natural elements to create art inspired by Jane Wilbraham‘s Crushed, currently featured in the Labour and Wait exhibition at Santa Barbara Museum of Art, on display until September 22.

July 15, 5–7 p.m. Marketing Techniques for Artists

Gillian Christie shares tips and tricks of the marketing world geared toward working artist, with ideas for getting the word out and creating a distinct image. Adobe Hill-Carrillo Room, Union Bank-SBBT.

July 16, 11 a.m.–2 p.m. Local Hearst Ranch Grass-Fed Beef Live Food Demo

Learn how to best choose your cut of grass-fed beef and how to best prepare a scrumptious meal from this sustainable food source at this free demonstration at Whole Foods Santa Barbara.

July 16, 6 p.m. SWEAT Outdoors

Get your sweat on in Alameda park at this active event, with complimentary coconut water and protein bars from Whole Foods Santa Barbara.

July 16, 6–8 p.m. Green Drinks

Head to the Rooftop at the Canary Hotel for a night of environmental discussion and conversation with Green Business Program of Santa Barbara County and LoaTree. Network and connect with the environmental community and learn to be green!

July 17, 3–7 p.m. Solvang Third Wednesday Wine Walk

Join the Solvang community as they open their doors for seminars, contests, sales, music and expos. Walk around the town while sipping the likes of Italian varietals and French Bordeauxs at several Solvang tasting rooms and shops.

July 17, 7:30 p.m. North by Northwest 

Part of a free summer film series, North by Northwest explores mistaken identity and a cross-country chase that only Alfred Hitchcock could think up.

July 18, 5 p.m. Collecting: Navigating the Art Market

Discover the relationships between artist and collector, the various methodologies of collection and the differences between selling and buying art, as opposed to other high-value products, in an intimate conversation with art dealer Carolyn Glasoe.

July 18, 8 p.m. Ted Nugent

Head to Chumash Casino and Resort for this a show with this guitar legend, heralded as “rock’s wild child.”

July 18–20 California Wine Festival

Celebrate ten years of the festival with hundreds of California’s finest vintages, some entirely new alongside older favorites. Soak up your intake with gourmet appetizers while relishing the live music and ocean view—the best scenery for wining. Various Santa Barbara locations and times.

July 18–August 4 The Vagina Monologues

Three actresses delve into the private and emotional experiences of several intriguing women, detailing their stories of vagina workshops, rape, birth and lack of touch.

July 19, Summer Barbecue

Head to the Whole Foods parking lot off of State St. for a delicious lunch-time barbecue.

July 19, 8:30 p.m. North by Northwest 

Part of a free summer film series, North by Northwest explores mistaken identity and a cross-country chase that only Alfred Hitchcock could think up.

July 19–21, Family Camp

Enjoy a special opportunity for an old-fashioned family weekend of hiking, swimming, nature appreciation, archery, arts and crafts, campfires, skits and more at this beautiful nonprofit hideaway.

July 20, 10 a.m. Free Store Tour & Nutritional Counseling with Khabir 

Tour Whole Foods Santa Barbara with local health expert, professional nutritionist and Ayurveda consultant Khabir Southwick and learn about vegetarian menu ideas, superfoods, sugar-free substitutes, spices and seasonings, gluten-free food and more.

Bacon cupcake, courtesy of Bacon & Barrels

Bacon cupcake, courtesy of Bacon & Barrels

July 20, noon Bacon and Barrels

What goes better than bacon and wine, bourbon and beer? Dare we say, nothing! Enjoy some of the most delectable bacon dishes from the Central Coast’s best, while mixologists, bacon food trucks, live music, local vendors and a piggy petting zoo make this a day you’ll never forget.

July 20, 10:30–4 p.m. Chardonnay Symposium and Grand Tasting

The fourth annual Chardonnay Symposium in the beautiful Santa Maria Valley gives you with the opportunity to learn about Chardonnay wine in a variety of ways: try wines with food pairings created by celebrity chefs, explore where all the magic happens in beautiful vineyards and attend an educational panel moderated by Steve Heimoff, professional writer for Wine Enthusiast.

July 20, 5:30–10 p.m. La Fiesta del Museo

Start the Fiesta celebrations early with a night of dinner, dancing and performances by Mezcal Martini, Corrie Jimenez (2013 Spirit of Fiesta) and Timo Nunez, “America’s #1 Flamenco Dancer.” Also enjoy historic visuals, an auction, wine and cocktails as you celebrate the history of our town.

July 20, 6:30 p.m. Noche Con, Fuego Gitano

Zermeño Dance Academy (ZDA)’s 1st Annual Student Showcase features Edgar Ibarraran, Miguel Heredia, Ryan Zermeño, Alexandra Rozo and Daniela Zermeño performing to benefit La Cumbre Junior High and ZDA.

July 20, 8 p.m. Music Academy of the West Concerto Night

Music Academy’s 2013 Concerto Competition features five talented solo performers with the Academy Festival Orchestra, including Matous Michal, Yuqing “Sissi” Zhang, clarinetist Joseph Morris, bassoonist Keith Buncke and pianist Alan Woo, with Tito Muñoz conducting.

July 20–21, Art on the Edge

ArtWalk Ventura features local artists in conjunction with Museum of Ventura County in the Martin V. and Martha K. Smith Pavilion. Artist Paulo Ruvalcaba will gave a live demonstration on July 20 from noon–8 p.m., while artists Ryan Carr, Courtney Spriff, Dominica Sanchez and James Norwood showcase their work.

July 21, 3–5 p.m. Concert Curated by Joshua Roman

Joshua Roman, current Music Academy of the West Jill and John C. Bishop Alumnus in Residence and protégé of Yo-Yo Ma, places different Academy Fellows throughout the exhibitions at Santa Barbara Museum of Art, offering a multi-sensory and interactive museum experience.

July 22-26, 8:30-11:30 a.m. Summer Camp 2013: Santa Barbara Festival Ballet

The Prince and Princess camp begins for ages three to six. (C.T.)

July 23, 6–7:30 p.m. An Evening with Katherine Chang Liu

Head to the Comedy Club at the Harbor for a discussion with artist, teacher and jurist Katherine Chang Liu, whose work blends American and Chinese tradition, science and art, and collage and paint.

July 23–August 4 ADaPT Festival

ArtBark International hosts this conference-style festival, which offers artists the chance to network, discuss their work with one another and educate themselves in other areas. Performance installations, dancing and physical theater shows are also scheduled.

July 24, A Mid-Summer Night’s Boogie with the Paul Thorn Band

Head to Tales from the Tavern at the Maverick Saloon for a night of semi-autobiographical originals and cover songs from Paul Thorn, a brilliant singer/songwriter.

July 24, 5:30–7 p.m. The Tilted Truth Book Signing

Head to Tecolote Book Shop to meet Santa Barbara author Ken Boehs and enjoy some wine and cheese. Boehs will be reading and signing his new book, The Tilted Truth.

July 24, 7:30 p.m. Psycho 

Part of a free summer film series, Alfred Hitchcock’s Oscar-nominated Psycho, about an embezzling secretary and her encounters with a crazed motel manager, is considered one of the greatest films of all time.

July 25, 5-7 p.m. “Yappy Hour” at the Bacara Resort and Spa

Whether you’re a dog owner or just a dog lover, head to the Bacara Resort and Spa for “Yappy Hour” to support Santa Barbara’s local no-kill dog shelter, DAWG.

July 25, 6–8 p.m. Ladies’ Night Out: Show Your Best Summer Skin with Coconut-Based Products

Bring the girls to Whole Foods for a special evening of raffles, giveaways and mini-makeovers, all while learning about the health benefits of coconut oil.

July 25, 7:30 p.m. Another Tarantino Story

Zion Dance Company returns from the U.K. for this one-night performance of wild dance theater. Suitable for mature audiences.

July 26—28 SBUWT’s Second Annual Passport Weekend

Santa Barbara Urban Wine Trail offers a passport that includes a tasting at each of the wineries, a logo glass, ten percent off any bottle you buy, delicious bites to eat, and transportation from place to place.

July 26, 7 p.m. FEMME—Women Healing the World Screening

Head to the Fellowship Hall of First Congregational Church of Santa Barbara (2101 State St.) for this exclusive screening of FEMME, a documentary  about the power of women in changing the world.

July 26, 8:30 p.m Psycho 

Part of a free summer film series, Alfred Hitchcock’s Oscar-nominated Psycho, about an embezzling secretary and her encounters with a crazed motel manager, is considered one of the greatest films of all time. 

iPhoneography sample

iPhoneography
Courtesy of Brooks Institute

July 27-28, Brooks Institute’s iPhoneography Workshop

Brooks Institute’s hands-on iPhoneography workshop is geared towards beginner and intermediate skill-levels. This two-day workshops teaches various iPhone editing applications and composition techniques to teach you how to make your photos works of art!

July 27–28, 11 a.m.–7 p.m. Santa Barbara Greek Festival

Baklava, gyros and moussaka galore! This delicious event showcases the best bounty from Greece, including the sights, sounds and tastes of the Mediterranean land. The sounds of the bouzouki coupled with the alluring performers dancing throughout the park bring you right into Greek culture.

July 27, 2–5 p.m. Friends & Neighbors Ice Cream Social

Stop by Whole Foods for a community ice cream party with McConnell’s root beer floats and ice cream sandwiches. Proceeds benefit the Whole Kids Foundation, which gives garden grants to local schools.

July 27, 2:30 p.m. Climate Rally

Head to Carpinteria State Beach to participate in a climate rally, organized by 350.org, against fossil fuels and learn from a variety of workshops.

July 28, 12–5 p.m. Tanya Aguiñiga: Craft Happening and Pop-up Shop

Head to Santa Barbara Museum of Art for eclectic accessories, furniture, and site-specific installations by Tanya Aguiñiga that translate emotions and stories through form, color and texture.

July 28, 1-4 p.m. Santa Barbara’s First Annual Shuck ‘N Swallow Competition 

Finch & Fork will host Santa Barbara’s first Shuck ‘N Swallow competition atop the Canary Hotel.

July 28, 2–3:30 p.m. Grayson Perry Speaks at SBMA

Artist Grayson Perry will hold a long-awaited discussion regarding his work, some of which is featured in Santa Barbara Museum of Art’s ongoing exhibition Labour and Wait.

July 29-August 2, 8:30-11:30 a.m. Summer Camp 2013: Santa Barbara Festival Ballet

The Prince and Princess camp begins for ages three to six. (C.T.)

July 31, 7:30 p.m. Shadow of a Doubt

Part of a free summer film series, Alfred Hitchcock’s Shadow of a Doubt tells the tale of Charlotte “Charlie” Newton and her uncle Charlie Oakley, who is suspected of being a serial killer.

July 31–August 4 Old Spanish Days Fiesta

A celebration of Santa Barbara’s unique history and culture, Fiesta brings locals and out-of-towners alike to the streets of Santa Barbara for Spanish- and Mexican-American foods, vibrant performances, a rodeo, El Desfile De Los Ninos (children’s parade) and El Desfile Histórico (historical parade)—plus a whole lot of confetti eggs. The theme this year is “Vaqueros y Vaqueras,” celebrating our town’s cowboy and cowgirl traditions. Various locations throughout Santa Barbara.

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