Citizen’s Alert

Thu., Oct. 26

Clinton on TV: Last week’s Arlington Theatre discussion between Paul Orfalea and former president Bill Clinton airs at various times during the week on Channel 21. First airing at 9pm. Visit for full schedule.

Fri., Oct. 27

Nonprofit Benefit: Dinner to benefit La Casa de la Raza features Moctesuma Esparza, award-winning filmmaker. Event takes place Fri., Nov. 3; must RSVP by Oct. 27. Cocktails 6pm, dinner 7pm. Tickets $100 per person. Email or call 965-8581.

Musical Musings: Quire of Voyces and SBCC Music Department hold their fifth annual choral festival. 6:30pm. First United Methodist Church. Call 455-4949.

Sun., Oct. 29

Safety First: The City Fire Department holds the annual safety fair. Topics include carseat safety, bicycle helmet safety, fire safety, and more. Other emergency service providers will also be involved. 11am-2pm. De la Guerra Plaza. Free.

Arlington West: Veterans for Peace needs volunteers to cover the 8-10am and 4:30-5:30pm shifts at Arlington West. Email

Wed., Nov. 1

Political Talk: Author Robert Vitalis discusses his book America’s Kingdom: Mythmaking on the Saudi Oil Frontier. 4pm. McCune Conference Room, Humanities & Social Sciences Bldg. 6020, UCSB.

Literary Reading: Local author Chryss Yost rounds out Santa Barbara Reads!, the annual community-wide reading and conversation program. Yost will read from My California: Journeys by Great Writers. 7pm. Faulkner Gallery, Santa Barbara Public Library, 40 E. Anapamu St.


Adopt-a-Landmine: An estimated 15,000 to 25,000 people are killed each year from un-deactivated landmines. Help clean up landmines with a donation to Santa Barbara’s chapter of the United Nations Association of the United States of America. Email Carl Q. Christol at

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