Thu., June 8 Surf to Pink Floyd: S.B. Maritime Museum screens Crystal Voyager, by local surf pioneer George Greenough. 7pm. 113 Harbor Wy., Ste. 190. Call 962-8404.
Sat., June 10 Ocean Advocates: Channelkeeper trains volunteers to help monitor local watersheds. 9-11am. Watershed Resource Center, Arroyo Burro Beach. RSVP Ben@sbck.org.
Healthcare for All: Learn how to get active in the fight for universal healthcare. 10am-noon. Unitarian Society, 1535 Santa Barbara St. Email email@example.com.
Groove, Mon: At the annual S.B. Caribbean Festival. Portions of the proceeds go to the Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization to help underdeveloped countries. 11am-7pm. Oak Park. Go to caribbean.santabarbara.com.
Sun., June 11 Environmental Defense Center: Holds its annual benefit auction and environmental hero awards. Donated items, event sponsors, and auction committee volunteers urgently needed. 2-5pm. Restaurant Nu, 1129 State St. Call 963-1622.
Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation: Holds its Spring Fling fundraiser, with food and drinks, a silent auction, and kids’ activities. 3-6pm. Padaro Grill, 3767 Santa Claus Ln. Go to teddybearcancerfoundation.org.
Tue., June 13 Death Penalty Focus: Weekly vigil to abolish the death penalty. 4-5pm. Farmers Market at State and Cota sts. Call 967-7283.
Ongoing Open Your Home: The nonprofit Foundation for Intercultural Travel seeks host families for high school-aged students. FIT students all speak English and stay for either one semester or the academic year. Call (877) 439-7862 for more information.
Sensible Santa Barbara: Needs volunteers to collect signatures to place its proposition on the November ballot. The prop frees up police resources to focus on violent and serious criminals, instead of nonviolent cannabis users. Go to sensiblesantabarbara.com.