Eggs in the Kiddie – These Are a Few of My Favorite Things To Do With My Toddler in Santa Barbara

by Carey Bradshaw Let’s face it, we live in paradise in Santa Barbara. We have fabulous weather, gorgeous beaches, beautiful parks and amazing resources. Sometimes the biggest challenge can be how to decide what to do each day … First-World problems, I know. There are a ton of low-cost or free choices of activities to do with your toddler, and […]

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Wildness Youth Project takes children into Santa Barbara County’s glorious outdoors for lessons that will last a lifetime

By Leah Etling For Rowan Diloia, the key to childhood learning wasn’t in a classroom or in the pages of a book. It was outside, in the mountains, beaches and creeks of Santa Barbara County. These were places he explored as a child, thanks to a local nonprofit called the Wilderness Youth Project (WYP). Serving kids as young as 3 […]

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Free community cumbia and Afro-beats rhythm groups

Contributed ¡Viva el Arte de Santa Bárbara! opens its 13th season with Buyepongo – tropical cumbia and Afro-beat rhythms –  in free events at Isla Vista School, Friday, September 29, 7 pm; at Guadalupe City Hall, Saturday, September 30, 7 pm, and at The Marjorie Luke Theatre at Santa Barbara Junior High on Sunday, October 1, 7 pm. Warm up for the concert […]

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Research Reveals Historic Shipwreck Off Point Conception

FYI More information about the sunken Coast Guard Cutter McCulloch is available at sanctuaries.noaa.gov/shipwrecks/mcculloch. Robert V. Schwemmer will give a talk about the ship’s history at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 10, at the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum.   The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter McCulloch sank after a collision with a steamship in 1917; 100 years later, a remotely operated […]

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SB club girls team wins state Governor’s Cup

SB club girls team wins state Governor’s Cup Staff report The Santa Barbara Soccer Club’s Girls White 2005 Team won the Cal South State Cup Governors’ Division, becoming the first girls’ team in club history to win a state cup. The team had a rough start in the fall 2016 season with numerous injuries and a change in coaching staff. […]

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Talk at Westmont probes big data, surveillance

In a world that is increasingly under surveillance and digital control, Donald Patterson, professor of computer science, answers the question, “Should We Hide from Big Data?” in a lecture on Thursday, April 13, at 5:30 p.m. at University Club, 1332 Santa Barbara St. No tickets are required; the limited seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, please call (805) […]

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Summer camps provide fun and education

Summer camps provide fun and education SBFLM Staff Just because school stops for the summer doesn’t mean that children have to stop learning. Summer camps create spaces for children to explore the outdoors, enrich their knowledge in a plethora of subjects, and increase their understanding of how the world works — while providing projects that are fun. Locally, many camps […]

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Nearby Channel Islands are a world away

By Raiza Giorgi Even though the boat ride is a short trip across the Santa Barbara channel, traveling out to Santa Cruz Island is like traveling to a time long ago when mankind lived solely off the land. My recent adventure started out of the Ventura Harbor with Island Packers, who are the concessionaires to the park. People who travel […]

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