24th annual Creek Week

**Events may have been canceled or postponed. Please contact the venue to confirm the event.

Date & Time

Sat, Sep 23 All day

Sun, Sep 24 All day

Mon, Sep 25 All day

Tue, Sep 26 All day

Wed, Sep 27 All day

Thu, Sep 28 All day

Fri, Sep 29 All day

Sat, Sep 30 All day

Address (map)

Santa Barbara

Venue (website)

Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara’s 24th annual Creek Week will take place Saturday, September 23 through Saturday, September 30. Creek Week is an annual opportunity to learn more about local creeks, watersheds and the ocean through a series of fun and educational events hosted by local governmental agencies, community groups, and environmental organizations.

Creek Week will open with Coastal Cleanup Day, Sept. 23, when those interested can join in and volunteer at more than 25 beach and creek locations countywide.

Tours of facilities offered throughout the week include the city of Santa Barbara’s El Estero Water Resource Center and Santa Barbara’s County’s ReSource Center on Wednesday; and the Household Hazardous Waste Center at UCSB on Friday.

Film screenings include a Tuesday evening showing of “Bringing Back our Wetland: The UCSB North Campus Open Space” at the Santa Barbara Public Library with UCSB’s Cheadle Center for Biodiversity & Ecological Restoration and Santa Barbara Urban Creeks Council.

On Friday evening the county’s Project Clean Water will host an outdoor screening of “Beaver Believers” and “The Octopus Garden” at the Watershed Resource Center at Arroyo Burro County Beach Park.

Nearly 30 events are planned for the week including a variety walking tours, volunteer restoration efforts, bike rides, creek walks, a benefit concert at SOhO, an art reception at the Goleta Valley Library, and take-home activities offered by the city of Carpinteria.

Visit SBCreekWeek.com or Facebook.com/SBCreekWeek to view the full schedule and event details.

Creek Week is coordinated by the City of Santa Barbara Creeks Division, County of Santa Barbara Project Clean Water, city of Goleta, city of Carpinteria, UCSB, and Explore Ecology.


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