Thu., Aug. 10 Fund for Santa Barbara: Supports organizations working for social, economic, environmental, and political change in S.B. Attend a free grant-writing workshop, noon-1:30pm. Faulkner Gallery, downtown public library. Call 962-9164 or visit fundforsantabarbara.org. Another workshop will be held Thu., Aug. 17. Fri., Aug. 11 Goleta Valley Beautiful: Help grow new native trees and clean up litter and graffiti in Goleta. Call 252-1952 or visit goletavalleybeautiful.org.
Sun., Aug. 13 Arlington West: Veterans for Peace needs volunteers to cover the 8-10am and 4:30-5:30pm shifts at Arlington West. Email email@example.com.
Mon., Aug. 14 Protect Patagonia: The S.B. Museum of Natural History and the U.S. Forest Service host a program on protecting Chile’s endangered national parks. 7:30-9pm, Fleischmann Auditorium, SBMNH. Visit thepatagonianfoundation.org.
Tue., Aug. 15 Town Hall Meeting: To discuss impeachment. A Center for Constitutional Rights video presentation, followed by panel of experts including Lisa Hajjar, Richard Falk, and Jim Lafferty. 7pm. Faulkner Gallery, downtown public library. Visit justiceforbush.com.
Weekly Vigil: To abolish the death penalty. 4-5pm. Farmers Market at State and Cota streets. Call 967-7283.
Democratic Service Club: Help with voter registration at the Farmers Market. Contact Jim LeVasseur at 284-1575.
Kick the Habit: Narconon, a nonprofit dedicated to helping people with drug/alcohol addictions, offers free professional assessments, advice, and referrals. Call (800) 556‑8885 or visit drugrehab.net. Voting Drive: PUEBLO needs to hire three organizers for a voting drive. Visit sbpueblo.org. Cat Adoption: Feral/wild cats that have been neutered, vaccinated, wormed need release sites. They make good mousers so barn situations are ideal. Call 685-1563.