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Citizens’ Alert


Thu., May 24

Brian Boosters: City CouncilÂ-member Brian Barnwell kicks off his reelection campaign. 5-7pm. Bricks Cafe, 509 State St. Call 899-8855.

Hard Knox: Planned Parenthood and other groups present a free screening of The Education of Shelby Knox, about the fight against abstinence-only sex ed. 8pm. I.V. Theater, 960 Embarcadero del Norte, Isla Vista. Call 893-3778.

Harried Parents: A support group has been formed to help parents of ADD or AD/HD children. 7-9pm. 300 N. San Antonio Rd. Call 637-3920.

Fri., May 25

Lady Duffers: Pacific Pride hosts the Get Out and Golf women’s golf tournament. Noon-5:30pm. Glen Annie Golf Course, 405 Glen Annie Rd., Goleta. Call 963-3636 x114.

Mental Manipulation: Free screening of Mind Control: A Brave New World, which focuses on how military technology can affect people’s mental and emotional well-being. 7pm. Friendship Manor, 6647 El Colegio Rd., Isla Vista. Call 965-7771.

Ban the Bomb: The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation presents a concert fundraiser called No Nukes! No Wars! A Concert for Peace. 7pm. Earl Warren Showgrounds, 3400 Calle Real. Call 965-3443.

Mon., May 28

Memorial Ceremony: Vietnam Veterans hosts an annual Memorial Day celebration. 9am. Goleta Cemetery, 44 S. San Antonio Rd. Call 967-3608.

Tue., May 29

It’s About Israel: Larry Garber, director and CEO of the New Israel Fund, leads a lecture, Post-Hava Nagila: Defining a New Relationship With Israel. Santa Barbara Hillel, 781 Embarcadero del Mar, Isla Vista. Call 968-1280.

Ongoing

More Than Meat: The San Luis Obispo-based Meathead Movers is now offering their services free of charge to victims of domestic violence in the tri-counties area. Call 554-6328.

Crisis Counselors Needed: The Santa Barbara Rape Crisis Center will be training people to be counselors until June 28. Call 963-6832.

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