Posts Tagged ‘santa barbara seasons magazine’

  • Cirque du Papier

    Feb 26, 12 • Uncategorized

    The Waldorf School of Santa Barbara’s Third Annual Paper Ball will holding a “Cirque du Papier” at the Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum on Saturday, May 12. The Paper Ball “Cirque du Papier” theme captures the wild, vibrant...

  • Changing the World One Teen at a Time: AHA!

    Feb 25, 12 • Web Exclusives

    We were part of the fortunate group who got to meet Van Jones last night at a fundraiser for AHA!–the local nonprofit Academy of Healing Arts dedicated to the development of character, imagination, emotional intelligence, and social conscience in...

  • Datebook Seasonal Events for April

    Feb 25, 12 • Datebook

      Through April 30 Annual Native Plant Sale at Santa Barbara Botanic Garden Spring is just beginning with the late rains bringing moisture to the soil. Now is the time for home gardeners to work overtime to catch up with nature’s bounty. Santa...

  • Taste of Solvang Comes to the Valley

    Feb 25, 12 • Wineries

    The 20th Annual “Taste of Solvang” features locally grown foods, wines and diverse cuisine to celebrate the rich cultural and culinary heritage of the area. This year, the event has expanded into five days of savory flavors and sensory...

  • Richard Sanford inducted into Vintners Hall of Fame

    Feb 24, 12 • Uncategorized

    Congratulations to Richard Sanford, owner of the Alma Rosa Winery , who was added to Vintners Hall of Fame at The Culinary Institute of America, Greystone this week. Vintners Hall of Fame celebrates the men and women whose collective vision, determination,...

  • An Evening with Michael Lewis

    Feb 23, 12 • Books, Datebook, Events, Uncategorized

    UCSB Arts & Lectures will be holding a rare public appearance by Michael Lewis on April 4. Lewis, acclaimed author of Moneyball, The Blind Side, and The Big Short is a renowned best-selling author and former Wall Street bond salesman. The event will be...

  • Lots Going on This Week in Santa Barbara

    Feb 20, 12 • Web Exclusives

    Happy President’s Day Everyone! We’ve got a lot going on this week in Santa Barbara. Here are some of our best bets for the next couple of days: February 21, 7:30 p.m. Beethoven’s Thirds Santa Barbara Chamber Orchestra presents an all-Beethoven...

  • The Can(n)on Art Studios Come to Atkinson Gallery

    Feb 16, 12 • Galleries, Web Exclusives

    Tucked away in small industrial complex in Goleta are The Can(n)on Art Studios, a private art studio complex where a powerhouse of young, cutting edge artists hone their skills. Normally open to outsiders by appointment only, the Can(n)on group is going...

  • Mexican Art on Display at the Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum of Art

    Feb 15, 12 • Web Exclusives

    This winter and into the spring, two Mexican-themed exhibitions arrive at the Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum of Art.  On display, from February 23 through March 31, are “Rafael Perea de la Cabada: Alien Heartland” and “Mexican Prints: Selections from the...

  • Botanic Garden Presents Symposium on Conservation and Climate Change

    Feb 11, 12 • Uncategorized

    Santa Barbara Botanic Garden will present the 2012 Pritzlaff Conservation Symposium and Award Ceremony on Friday, March 9 from 1-4 p.m. at the Mosher Alumni House at UCSB. This year’s theme is “Conservation in a Time of Climate Change,” and the event...