Thu., Aug. 10 Fund for Santa
 Supports organizations working for social,
economic, environmental, and political change in S.B. Attend a free
grant-writing workshop, noon-1:30pm. Faulkner Gallery, downtown
public library. Call 962-9164 or visit Another workshop will be held
Thu., Aug. 17. Fri., Aug. 11 Goleta Valley
 Help grow new native trees and clean up litter
and graffiti in Goleta. Call 252-1952 or visit

Sun., Aug. 13 Arlington
: Veterans for Peace needs volunteers to cover the
8-10am and 4:30-5:30pm shifts at Arlington West. Email

Mon., Aug. 14 Protect
 The S.B. Museum of Natural History and the U.S.
Forest Service host a program on protecting Chile’s endangered
national parks. 7:30-9pm, Fleischmann Auditorium, SBMNH. Visit

Tue., Aug. 15 Town Hall
 To discuss impeachment. A Center for
Constitutional Rights video presentation, followed by panel of
experts including Lisa Hajjar, Richard Falk, and Jim Lafferty. 7pm.
Faulkner Gallery, downtown public library. Visit

Weekly Vigil: To abolish the death penalty.
4-5pm. Farmers Market at State and Cota streets. Call 967-7283.

Democratic Service Club: Help with voter
registration at the Farmers Market. Contact Jim LeVasseur at


Kick the Habit: Narconon, a nonprofit dedicated
to helping people with drug/alcohol addictions, offers free
professional assessments, advice, and referrals. Call (800)
556‑8885 or visit Voting Drive: PUEBLO needs to hire three
organizers for a voting drive. Visit Cat
Adoption: Feral/wild cats that have been neutered, vaccinated,
wormed need release sites. They make good mousers so barn
situations are ideal. Call 685-1563.


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