Thursday, October 31, 2019
Friday, October 25, 2019
The Ronald Reagan Ranch Center
Welcome to the Western White House of 40th President, Ronald Reagan, who also served as a two-term Governor of the State of California. Located in the heart of downtown Santa Barbara, the state-of-the-art Reagan Ranch Center houses our breakthrough student conferences, lectures, and events, as well as extensive exhibit galleries featuring the history of the Ranch and the role it played in Ronald Reagan’s life. This "Schoolhouse for Reaganism" is open to the public Monday - Thursday, from 11:00 am - 4:00 pm.
One of President Reagan's favorite places on earth was Rancho del Cielo, his Ranch of the Heavens, located right here in Santa Barbara County.
The Reagan Ranch Center houses many artifacts, galleries and interactive, multimedia exhibits.
The Reagan Ranch Center is located at 217 State Street, Santa Barbara, next to the Santa Barbara Railroad Station.
It is truly a walk through history and a review of many of President Reagan's historical and inspirational speeches.
Admission is FREE.
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Saturday, October 19, 2019
Thursday, October 17, 2019
Friday, October 11, 2019
WINE & SEAFOOD PAIRING
(during the annual Harbor & Seafood Festival)
Saturday, October 12, 2019 • 12 – 3 pm
In Partnership with:
Edible Santa Barbara • Santa Barbara Vintners
$30 advance ticket purchase & SBMM Members
$40 day-of ticket sales
Purchase here or call (805) 456-8747
Posted by SantaBarbaraTalk.blogspot.com at 2:00 PM
18th Santa Barbara
Harbor Festival October 12 and 13th
Come enjoy the abundance of the Santa Barbara Channel, rich in sustainably harvested, high-quality seafood. Meet fishermen face-to-face. Select fresh-caught lobster and sea urchin “uni” and have them prepared on the spot, Visit specialty food booths for fish tacos, oysters, mussels, barbequed albacore, fresh crab, clam chowder and seafood paella. Presented by the City of Santa Barbara in partnership with the Commercial Fishermen of Santa Barbara and the Santa Barbara Harbor Merchants.
click here for more information
Posted by SantaBarbaraTalk.blogspot.com at 1:58 PM