Archive » January 18, 2006
By Journal Staff
Coast Village Farmers’ Market
Look for booths and market umbrellas and you’ll be there among fresh fruits, vegetables, and flowers
When: 8 am to 11:15 am
Where: Somewhere along Coast Village Road
Live at Tsunami
Coast Village restaurant Tsunami, one of Montecito’s few hubs for live music, hosts evening of moxie-sing jazz and standards from Great American Songbook. Friday, January 19 Jazz trio featuring Nicole Lvoff (vocals), Dave Campos (piano) and Jack Joshua (bass).
When: 8:30 pm to 10:30 pm
Where: 1014 Coast Village Road
Meditation & Healing Circle
Kim Vincent and her husband, Roger Ford, host ongoing spiritual workshop for people who “need healing from within.” Workshop is designed for people who are “stuck” and unhappy to people with life-threatening illnesses.
When: First Wednesday of each month, 7:15 pm to 9 pm
Where: Montecito Library, 1469 East Valley Road
Info: Roger or Kim at 640-0211
AT THE GALLERIES
Montecito Frame is featuring works by Craig Marshall Smith, abstract expressionist who taught drawing for short time at UCSB in the ‘70s.
When: Monday thru Friday, 9 am to 5 pm, Saturday, 11 am to 4 pm
Where: Montecito Frame, 1224 K Coast Village Road
William T. Colville Foundation, in conjunction with The Santa Barbara Arts Fund, presents the work of four recipients of The William T. Colville Foundation Grant – Liz Brady, Lucy Brown, Liisa Rahkonen and Nancy Taliaferro.
When: Now until February 16, Tuesday thru Friday, noon to 5 pm
Where: The Arts Fund Gallery, 205C Santa Barbara Street
Westmont Reynolds Gallery
From January 18 through March 9, Westmont College displays work of Harry Carmean, master draftsman and painter who worked professionally as an artist for more than six decades. He also taught figure drawing at the Art Center of Design in Pasadena for 43 years.
When: Mondays thru Saturdays, 11 am to 5 pm
Where: Reynolds Gallery, 955 La Paz Road
Poetry in Los Padres
Public poetry reading in the Los Padres National Forest honors life and work of William Stafford, former U.S. poet laureate. Perie Longo, psychology teacher at Antioch University, and Jackson Wheeler, poet and author of “Swimming Past Iceland,” share their favorite Stafford poems. Members of the public are welcome.
When: January 27 at 2 pm
Where: First Crossing Day Use Area on Paradise Road off Highway 154
Festival of Hearts
Come enjoy a buffet luncheon, soft jazz, live and silent auctions. Papier mâché hearts decorated by local artists, students and residents will be available for your Valentine shopping.
When: Saturday, February 3, from noon to 3:30 pm.
Where: Friendship Center, 89 Eucalyptus Lane Cost: $75 in advance, $85 at the door, $35 children under 12
MONDAY, JANUARY 22
Montecito Board of Architectural Review meets for second of two meetings this month. Call its downtown office for copy of agenda.
When: 3 pm
Where: Montecito Hall, 1469 East Valley Road
TUESDAY, JANUARY 23
The Truth About Muhammad
Join the Santa Barbara Wednesday Morning Club in welcoming author Robert Spencer. The New York Times bestselling author reveals “The Truth About Muhammad” in a reception and book signing. Wednesday Morning Club Executive Director David Horowitz will be on hand.
When: 4 pm; tea, 4:30 pm; book signing
Where: Four Seasons Biltmore, La Marina Room, 1260 Channel Drive
Cost: Club members no charge; $45 for non-members
THURSDAY, JANUARY 25
Channel City Club
Pauline H.Baker, president of the Fund for Peace, a research and educational organization that works to prevent war and alleviate the conditions that cause war, speaks to the Channel City Club about “Weak and Failing States: What are they? How do we recognize them? What do they signify? How should we respond?”
When: 11:30 am
Where: Reagan Room, Fess Parker’s DoubleTree Resort, 633 Cabrillo Boulevard
Price: $35 for non-members, $25 for members
Santa Barbara International Film Festival hosts “A Red Carpet Toast to Givers and Shakers,” a gathering to kick off the 11-day festivities and to celebrate the new collaboration between the festival and Direct Relief International. The Santa Barbara-based organization will receive all proceeds from the evening. “This is the beginning of a beautiful friendship,” says Roger Durling, the festival’s executive director. Tonight’s reception features Buenos Aires’s signature Argentinean tapas, appetizers, martinis and special surprise guests from the festival’s lineup of movies.
When: 6 pm to 7:30 pm
Where: Café Buenos Aires, 1316 State Street
Cost: $ 175
Info: 964-4767, ext. 126
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