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Fri., Apr. 14 Recovery Songs: David Naccari’s Katrinalaya Tour to benefit Habitat for Humanity comes to S.B. 12:30pm. Faulkner Gallery, downtown library. Go to katrinalaya.org. Movies for Peace: Veterans for Peace and others show Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Pacifist, Nazi Resister; Bonhoeffer was killed by the Nazis for plotting to assassinate Hitler. 7:30pm. 6647 El Colegio, I.V. Call 968-1965.

Sat., Apr. 15 Protect Yourself: S.B. Rape Crisis Center presents a self-defense workshop for women. 10am-2pm. 111 N. Milpas St. Call 564-3696. PUEBLO: Youth committee hosts a fun afternoon to introduce youth to the organization. Noon-4pm. Ortega Park. Go to sbpueblo.org. Benefit Concert: S.B. Yoga Center presents Antara & Delilah and Peter Gallway. 8pm. SBYC, 32 E. Micheltorena St. $10-$20 to benefit a United to End Racism delegation. Call 252-9585.

Tue., Apr. 18 SBCC Sustainability Coalition: Presents a screening of The Power of the Sun and discussion with filmmaker Nobel Laureate Walter Kohn. 6:30-9pm. SBCC BC Forum. Go to powerofthesun.ucsb.edu.

Wed., Apr. 19 Grassroots Grant Writing: Presented by author Andy Robinson. 9am-4pm. Nonprofit Support Center, 5638 Hollister Ave., 2nd Floor Conference Room, Goleta. Go to nscsb.org.

Thu., Apr. 20 UCSB Affiliates Forum: Presents Is Mexico Going Socialist? with Prof. Kathleen Bruhn. 7:30-9pm. First Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, 21 E. Constance St. $8-$10. Call 893-4388. Annual Dine Out for the Earth: Pick up a postcard from EDC, get it validated at a participating restaurant, and bring it to EDC’s TGIF gathering on Fri., Apr. 21 for a free raffle ticket. Call 963-1622.

Ongoing Happy Trails: Los Padres Forest Association hosts three working vacations this spring: Apr. 21-24, May 19-21, and June 9-11. Work on and enjoy some beautiful backcountry areas. Email jasonnb@cox.net for details.

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