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Citizens’ Alert


Thu., July 5

Safe Space: A youth group for gay, lesbian, and bisexual teens meets for community-oriented discussion. 4-5:30pm. Pacific Pride Foundation, 126 E. Haley St., Ste A-11. Call 963-3636 x103.

Them Are Dems: The next scheduled meeting for the Democratic Central Committee addresses the need for members to find alternates. 7pm. Pea Soup Andersen’s in Buellton. Email dcc@democrats.com.

Bit of a Stretch: Meet with fellow Santa Barbarans for yoga in the park. 10-11am. Oak Park.

Paddlers: Paddling Athletes Defying Disabilities, Limitations meets for rowing exercises. 6pm. Call 569-0514 for location.

Fri., July 6

Back in Black: Santa Barbara citizens protesting current U.S. war efforts will be wearing black and keeping a silent vigil. Noon-1pm. Corner of State and Anapamu streets. Show up for more information.

Sat., July 7

SB&U: Come attend a workshop for YouPlanSB to discuss changes to the city’s general plan. 9am-noon. Hope School, 3970 La Colina Rd. Visit www.youplanSB.org.

Overeaters Anonymous: A self-help group for people with food issues meets to work toward recovery. 9am. Goleta Presbyterian Church, 6067 Shirrell Way. Call 967-2131.

Get Out: Take in the Santa Ynez wilderness with a hike guided by a naturalist. 10-11:30am. Meet at the Cachuma Lake Nature Center, Highway 154. Call 688-4515.

Beat It: The Santa Barbara Drum and Dance Circle meets for lively beats and spirited steps. 4-8pm. The beach near Chase Palm Park.

Tue., July 10

Let Them Live: Those opposed to the death penalty will be collecting signatures in favor of a moratorium. 4-5pm. Farmers Market, State and Cota streets. Visit ncadp.org.

Ongoing

Sweep Tight: The City of Santa Barbara will begin new street sweeping routes today in the Upper Mesa and Bel Air Knolls areas. Call 897-1903 for a schedule.

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