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Citizen’s Alert


Thu., May 17

Hang with Helene: City CouncilÂ-member Helene Schneider kicks off her re-election campaign. 5-7pm. SOhO, 1221 State St. Email friendsofhelene@hotmail.com.

Sat., May 19

Come on In: Democratic Women of Santa Barbara will host an open house and fundraiser. Enjoy musical entertainment and refreshments.

4-6pm. Democratic Headquarters, 402 E. Gutierrez St. Call 568-5932.

Sun., May 20

Mister History: Distinguished historian and USC professor emeritus Doyce Nunis will be lecturing on California history.

2pm. The Mission Archive-Library. Call 682-4713 x124.

Fishy Festival: The 2nd Annual Steelhead Festival gives residents a chance to learn about this endangered indigenous fish. 10am-3pm. Stearns Wharf. Call 963-0583.

Mon., May 21

Compassionate Treatment: A town hall meeting will focus on how the legal system regards mentally ill people. 7-9:30pm. The Faulkner Gallery, S.B. Central Library, 40 E. Anapamu St. Call 564-5608.

No Haters: The Anti-Defamation League is hosting a reception that aims to address problems associated with prejudice. 5pm. Santa Barbara County Education Office Auditorium, 4400 Cathedral Oaks Rd. Call 564-6670.

Tue., May 22

Run for It: La Cumbre Junior High School is holding a jog-a-thon fundraiser. Those who know a student are asked to sponsor him or her in advance. 2255 Modoc Rd. Call 687-0761.

Wed., May 23

Ongoing

Interns on Stage: Santa Barbara Summer Stock Youth Theater is looking for summer interns in such fields as music, choreography, makeup, and set design. Ages 7-17. Call 698-1250.

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