Resignation Creates Vacancy on SBCC Board

By Luz Reyes-Martin for SBCC The Santa Barbara Community College District’s Board of Trustees is accepting applications for an appointment to fill a board vacancy created by the resignation of member Marianne Kugler as of Jan. 1. The interim appointee will serve until the next regular election. “The Santa Barbara Community College is deeply grateful for the leadership and dedication […]

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Santa Barbara January Events Calendar

7 Marymount Open House – 1 – 2:30 p.m. 2130 Mission Ridge Road – Junior kindergarten through fifth grade with classroom visits and presentation as well as 6th- 8th grade programs. Reservations are appreciated but walk-ins welcome. Log onto www.marymountsb.org for more info.   11 BJ Miller in conversation with Pico Iyer – 7:30 – 9 p.m. at UCSB Campbell […]

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Bishop Diego-Quartz Hill CIF State Football Playoff Game Moved to Cal Lutheran

By Barry Punzal The venue has been changed for Bishop Diego’s CIF State Division 3AA Regional football game against Quartz Hill. The game has been moved from La Playa Stadium at SBCC to Cal Lutheran’s Rolland Stadium on Saturday, Dec. 9 at 6 p.m. The change was necessitated when SBCC announced it was closed for all activities Thursday through Saturday because of the Thomas Fire and poor air […]

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Find Locally Made Handicrafts at Adult Ed Holiday Market

Staff Report Holiday shoppers can get crafty at SBCC School of Extended Learning’s annual Arts & Crafts Fair 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 2, at the Wake Campus, 300 N. Turnpike Road. Visitors can browse through hundreds of locally handcrafted treasures including ceramics, jewelry, glass arts, weavings, floral arrangements, drawings and paintings. More than 60 vendors will be displaying […]

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Scheinfeld Center Summit Prepares Today’s and Tomorrow’s Entrepreneurs for Success in the Global Economy

Staff Report The SBCC Scheinfeld Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation hosted its first Global Manufacturing for Startups Summit on Friday, October 27 at the Fess Parker Resort. Side by side, local entrepreneurs, students and regional community college and high school educators engaged with experts to understand the global manufacturing landscape and how to avoid the most common points where startups can stall out when […]

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November Santa Barbara Family Life Events Calendar

November SBFLM Events Calendar 7 IMPROVology – 7 – 9 p.m. at Santa Barbara Zoo – Mix comedians with animal experts, add cool stories about fascinating critters, and everyone ends up happy as clams. It’s “Whose Line is it Anyway?” meets a “TED Talk,”. Log onto www.sbzoo.org for more information. 8 – SBCC Theatre presents It’s a Wonderful Life – […]

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New coordinator helping veterans at SBCC

Staff Report For many young veterans, transitioning out of military service and into college life can be a real culture shock. Having somewhere – and someone – to turn to for support during that transition can be a critical part of the journey back to civilian life. Kyle Rasmussen, the new Veterans Support and Resource Center Coordinator at Santa Barbara […]

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New coordinator helping veterans at SBCC

Staff Report For many young veterans, transitioning out of military service and into college life can be a real culture shock. Having somewhere – and someone – to turn to for support during that transition can be a critical part of the journey back to civilian life. Kyle Rasmussen, the new Veterans Support and Resource Center Coordinator at Santa Barbara […]

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Journalist to Speak at Dorantes Memorial Event

Staff Report Santa Barbara City College will present Noor Tagouri, journalist and founder of #LetNoorShine Campaign at its 27th annual Leonardo Dorantes Memorial Lecture on Wednesday, Nov. 15. The free lecture will be at at 12:45 p.m. in the Garvin Theatre on SBCC’s West Campus. Tagouri has achieved game-changing breakthroughs on her journey to become the first hijabi journalist on […]

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Auditions set for The Theatre Group at SBCC for “Communicating Doors”

Staff Report The Theatre Group at SBCC has announced auditions for the upcoming comedy “Communicating Doors” by Alan Ayckbourn, and directed by Katie Laris. The plot of the play is an assignment at an upscale hotel, a cheerful sex specialist inadvertently becomes the chosen confessor to a businessman’s decades of criminal activity only to become the target of his psychopathic bodyguard. […]

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