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PRESS RELEASE / ANNOUNCEMENTS Monday, November 14, 2016

Carriage Museum Hosts 2nd Annual SB Matchmaking Hoedown Nov. 19

Barbara Matchmaking will host its second annual Hoedown for singles and couples from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Nov. 19 at the Santa Barbara Carriage House & Western Arts Museum, 129 Castillo St.
Admission is $30 in advance, when the purchase is made online using Promo Code SAV10W for women or SAV10M for men, or for $40 at the door.

“Couples are welcome as long as they bring a single friend along with them,” said Lisa Amador, a professional, certified matchmaker, dating coach and founder of Santa Barbara Matchmaking.
She said she hears many singles say, “All my friends are married or in relationships and I don’t want to go to a party alone,” even if there will be lots of other singles there, too.

She also hears many couples say, “I’d love to come and I know a great person who’s single, but doesn’t want to be.” So, now there’s a way these couples can support their single friends who may just meet someone special in a safe and fun atmosphere, right on time for the holidays, Amador said.

The price of admission includes one drink, Western-style barbecue, a performance by La Boheme Dance Group, a best Western outfit and “best boot-scooting” contests.
Santa Barbara Matchmaking is a member of the nonprofit 1% for the Planet and launched a new program this year called “Purpose and Passion.” 1% for the Planet is a global organization, which leads a network of businesses, nonprofits and individuals working together for a healthy planet.

SB Matchmaking’s “Purpose and Passion” program is designed to create passion among like-minded individuals who want to support a clean and healthy environment. This was done by joining forces with four 1% for the Planet companies in Santa Barbara.

The Carriage and Western Art Museum of Santa Barbara was founded in 1972. Located in Pershing Park near the waterfront, the museum collection consists of more than 50 saddles once belonging to the Cisco Kid, Will Rogers, Clark Gable and Jimmy Stewart. Carriages in the museum include mud wagons, an army wagon and a circus wagon.
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