WEATHER »

Ocean Talks for Children

Santa Barbara Reads Sponsors Family Lectures on Marine Life


Explore the ocean by attending two ocean talks given this April. Channel Islands Naturalist Corps Volunteer Annie Crawley will lead these events in relation to the Santa Barbara Reads Program and Island of the Blue Dolphins. Annie has lived around the world from Indonesia to Papua New Guinea and has produced several books and DVDs on ocean life and underwater video taking. Now residing in Santa Barbara, her enthusiasm for protecting our oceans guarantees an educational and entertaining experience.

Discover “The Real Nemo” on Tuesday, April 24 with a video presentation from Annie’s DVD Delving Into Your Imagination. Annie will wear her mask, snorkel, and fins while sharing her knowledge on dolphins and sea lions, and promoting a love for the ocean. Entertain the kids by bringing them to this fun and informative event at 3:30 pm at the S.B. Public Library.

Annie delves into the underwater world of the Channel Islands on Thursday, April 26. With experience as a producer, photographer, dive instructor and educator, Annie will bring plenty of information to the waiting questions about the ocean. The Fifi of California: Exploring the Channel Islands takes place at 7 PM and the S.B. library.

To submit a comment on this article, email letters@independent.com or visit our Facebook page. To submit information to a reporter, email tips@independent.com.



Be succinct, constructive, and relevant to the story. Leaving a comment means you agree to our Discussion Guidelines. We like civilized discourse. We don't like spam, lying, profanity, harassment or personal attacks.

comments powered by Disqus
event calendar sponsored by:

Natural History Museum Begins Vertebrate Preservation Project

The project will move 45,000 specimens into bug-proof conservation boxes.

Santa Barbara Joins in on 2019 Women’s March

Santa Barbara participates in annual national Women’s March on Saturday.

Federal Workers Get Utility Bill Break from Lompoc

City decides to extend utility due dates for federal employees during government shutdown.

Have a Thorny Saturday with the Rose Society

Annual Mission Rose Garden Pruning takes place January 19; volunteers invited to bring shears and gloves.

Edison Company Counter-Sues County and City

Claims they were aware of risks underlying original Thomas Fire and debris flow lawsuit.