Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Santa Barbara Maritime Museum, July 25th


 1430 Chapala Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
PO Box 90106, Santa Barbara, CA 93190; Telephone (805) 965-7570; 
fax (805) 962-0651
www.healtheocean.org
Local Artists Set Out to Heal the Ocean One 
Painting at a Time
Southern California Artists Painting for the 
Environment (SCAPE) Give Back to Local Non-Profit 
Heal the Ocean in a Benefit Art Show on Wednesday, 
July 25, 2018, at the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum from noon-8pm. The reception from 5-8pm features live music, complimentary appetizers, wine, and a raffle.

The event is free to the public and will include the sale of ocean-related artwork, with a portion of the proceeds going directly to Heal the Ocean. “Heal the Ocean One Painting at a Time” will be juried by Rick Garcia, an Oak Group Artist, and will include paintings for sale by SCAPE’s talented, and well-known artists including Rick Garcia, Kevin Gleason, Chris Potter, Natalie Wilson, Meg Ricks, and Marian Fortunati to name a few.
For more information, please contact: 
Alison Thompson, Heal the Ocean
Email: alison@healtheocean.org
Phone: (805) 965-7570.

Saturday, July 14, 2018

French Festival in Santa Barbara July 14 and 15





   The French Festival takes place in Oak Park, 
which is located at the corner of W. Junipero 
Street and Alamar Avenue in Santa Barbara. 
The official address for the park is 300 W. 
Alamar Avenue, Santa Barbara 93105.  
Oak Park covers a large geographic area, 
for navigation purposes you may have better 
luck using 600 W. Junipero 
to get to the area where the Festival is held. 
The portion of the park that houses the 
Festival is concentrated 
roughly in the area bordered on the east 
side by Alamar Avenue and West Junipero 
Street on the southern edge.

The Eiffel side of the Festival set up is on 
the grassy side of the park that runs along 
Alamar Avenue.  The Moulin Rouge side 
of the Festival can be accessed from the 
small parking lot on Junipero Street, or 
by entering on the Alamar Avenue side 
and crossing over the footbridge in the 
middle of the park.

Saturday, May 12, 2018

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Summer Camp at the Sanbta Barbara Zoo is the best experience!



Summer Zoo CampZoo Camp registration is now open for the summer! 
Be the first to reserve your spot for one of our specialty camps, 
like the brand-new "Aussie Adventure." 
Zoo information including Camper Info

Friday, May 4, 2018

Koala Visitors at the Santa Barbara Zoo

Good news, mates: Edmund and Thackory have arrived! For the next year, these two "ambassador-able" marsupials can be found eating eucalyptus in their brand-new exhibit next to the train station. Edmund and Thackory are not only here to be adorable, but to bring awareness to the challenges facing koalas and other important Australian species.
Learn more on the Zoo's website

Sunday, April 22, 2018

New Events at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History


Portal to the Planet: Marine Debris Investigation Station
Saturday, April 28
1:00–3:00 PM
Sea Center
The ocean shapes the surface of our planet and supports all life on Earth. Today, humans have the chance to shape the health of the ocean for the better! Join us on the wet deck for a hands-on experience about marine debris impacts. Free with paid admission. Information: jhunt@sbnature2.org or 805-962-2526 ext. 110.


Science on Site: Wildlife Camera Basics
Saturday, April 28
11:00 AM–2:00 PM
Museum
Biologists use wildlife cameras to discover animal habitats and ranges without interacting with them. Join David Lee, local wildlife biologist, as he demonstrates how to install, monitor and troubleshoot trail cameras for use in wildlife observation. Learn about choosing a trail camera, data collection methods, and how the results are used in research. Kids can also solve their own animal mystery by exploring evidence of wildlife. Free with paid admission. Information:scoleman@sbnature2.org or call 805-682-4711 ext. 170.