Thu., Feb. 16 Larry Crandell Roast: The Public Education Foundation hosts dinner and cocktails to salute and roast “Mr. Santa Barbara.” $45/person. 5-7:30pm. Cabrillo Arts Center. Call 963-4331.
Dems Under 35: Inaugural meeting of the S.B. County Young Democrats. 6:30-8:30pm. MLK Room, Eastside Library. Email email@example.com.
SBCC Lecture Series: Features Alice O’Connor, professor, UCSB history dept., on How Many Fronts Can We Manage? 7:30-9:30pm. Room 14, Tannahill Auditorium, Schott Center. Call 687-0812.
Fri., Feb. 17 Movies for Peace: Veterans for Peace and others show Confessions of an Economic Hitman. 7:30pm. 6647 El Colegio, I.V. Call 968-1965.
Sat., Feb. 18 Weekly Peace Action: March for world peace. 11:30am. Vera Cruz Park. Call 965-4636. Humanist Society: Robert Shapiro, NYU professor of chemistry, discusses Science and Myth in the Origin of Life. 3pm. Vista del Monte Patio Room, 3775 Modoc Rd. Visit sbhumanists.org.
Tue., Feb. 21 Nuclear Age Peace Foundation: Presents a lecture by Nobel Peace Prize recipient Mairead Corrigan Maguire. 8pm. Corwin Pavilion, UCSB. Call 965-3443.
Wed., Feb. 22 Save the Steelhead: Public invited to 24th Annual Salmonid Restoration Conference, focusing on urban creeks and healthy watersheds, through Feb. 25. Veterans Memorial Building. Visit calsalmon.org.
Thu., Feb. 23 Water Gone Wild: S.B. Wild and Scenic Film Festival offers films on coastal development, the state’s biggest waterfalls, and river restoration. 7-10pm.Veterans Memorial Building. Call 403-8830. Ongoing
Fiscal Fix: Apply by Feb. 22 for the 2006-07 Assembly Fellowship Program. Work on fiscal and policy issues in an assemblymember’s Capitol Hill or committee office, and attend a weekly academic seminar, earning 12 graduate credits from California State University. Monthly stipend and benefits. Visit www.csus.edu/calst/assembly.