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Bread & Roses Benefit

Fund for S.B.’s Annual Fundraiser


Bread & Roses, the Fund for Santa Barbara’s (fundforsantabarbara.org) annual philanthropic fundraising shindig, celebrates its 15th year on Sunday, September 13, from 4-8 p.m. Once again it will take over QAD headquarters atop Ortega Hill for a food-filled blast of a time as the sun sets over the Pacific. The culinary delights and delicious drinks will be provided by the likes of Alma Rosa Winery & Vineyards, Buttonwood Farm Winery, Hollister Brewing Company, Jade Restaurant, Jessica Foster Confections, Kalyra Winery, Lindsay Gould Catering, Louie’s California Bistro, Marmalade Cafe, Museum Cafe, Opal Restaurant & Bar, Pascucci, seasonscateringsb.com, SOhO Restaurant & Music Club, Stolpman Vineyards, and Via Maestra 42. With a lineup like that, how can you not go? What’s more, many of these purveyors of fine consumables often give up items for silent auction, so you can enjoy at the event and at a later date. Advance tickets are discounted through September 10; call 962-9164.

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