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Sat., Feb. 17 Secular Students: Ryan Langley, campus organizer for Secular Students of Southern California, will be speaking about academic movements to counter the religious right at SBCC’s Fé Bland Auditorium at 3 p.m. For more information, email chairman@santabarbarahumanists.org.

Tue., Feb. 20 Progressive People: The first 2007 meeting of Santa Barbara Progressive Democrats will be held at 7 p.m. at Democratic Headquarters (402 E. Gutierrez St.). For more information, email Nancy Miller at nmiller@nchc.com.

Wed., Feb. 21 Wake Up Wendy: Santa Barbara residents opposed to the recent firings at the Santa Barbara News-Press will be protesting outside the newspaper’s office in De la Guerra Plaza at noon. For more information, call David Pritchett at 403-8830.

Ongoing Money for Energy: The Gas Company is offering a total $3.7 million in rebates to customers who purchase natural gas appliances. Customers can receive an instant rebate when purchasing qualifying models and brands. For more information, call The Gas Company at (877) 866-2066.

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