Community News and Announcements
The public is invited to attend two special services in celebration of Thanksgiving this year at St. Mark’s-in-the-Valley Episcopal Church located at 2901 Nojoqui Avenue at the corner of Alamo Pintado Avenue in downtown Los Olivos. Read story.
Wednesday, December 4, 2013 5:00 to 8:00 PM
The annual tradition continues in downtown Santa Barbara. Read story.
Los Padres National Forest officials today announced that nominations are now being accepted for 11 positions on the Pacific Southwest Region California Recreation Resource Advisory Committee (RRAC). Nominations will be accepted through December 8, 2013. Read story.
As the clocks “fall” back and darkness closes in earlier this month, Illuminando La Noche/Light up the Night volunteers greeted bicycle commuters in the street last week. Read story.
Special Lager Beer Crafted by New Belgium Brewing Celebrates Patagonia's 40 Years in Business.
Patagonia Inc., the outdoor apparel company, and New Belgium Brewing are excited to announce California Route, a limited-release organic lager. Read story.
Mayo Clinic, the world’s leading medical center, discovered bone deterioration is yet another complication of diabetes. Read story.
Laurent Colasse, founder and president of resqme received the morning of November 6th, the international message and testimony of Daniel Katzensteind Director of Relations for United Hatzalah of Israel. Read story.
Bowfishing for Bullfrogs? Read story.
As the holiday season approaches, so does the New Year; which means it is time to prepare your 2014 business strategies. Read story.
After an extensive selection process, Family Service Agency is pleased to announce that Lisa Brabo, Ph.D., has taken the helm as the agency’s new Executive Director. Read story.
Art Innovators and Santa Barbara Matchmaking are teaming up for an event with a special cause. Read story.
The Public Works Department’s Engineering Division is planning to complete sewer main rehabilitation work underneath the El Camino De La Luz Pedestrian Bridge, located between El Camino De La Luz and La Mesa Park. Read story.
Peter Edelman, adviser to Robert F. Kennedy, will speak on ending poverty in America
In his June 1964 commencement address at the University of Michigan, President Lyndon B. Johnson challenged students to join in what he called “the Great Society,” one committed to ending poverty, racial injustice and making it possible for “every young mind” to meet the full potential of its imagination. Read story.
PaintCare has established five new paint recycling drop-off locations in Santa Barbara County. Read story.
The Santa Barbara Downtown Organization is pleased to announce that acclaimed actor, writer and producer Michael Imperioli will serve as this year’s Celebrity Grand Marshal for the 61st Annual Downtown Holiday Parade. Read story.