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September 2016

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Artist Talk- In Search of the Miraculous: A Discussion of Finding a Sense of Place in the Wilderness with Alan Sonneman
September 25
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

The Wildling Museum of Art and Nature is proud to present a special afternoon with artist Alan Sonneman. Join us as he discusses his photorealistic landscape paintings of the Sierra Mountains. Sonneman treks through the passes of Owens Valley and ascends the mountains using paths based on ancient aboriginal trade routes. He will spend several days in one place, taking time to find out how the light changes and the scenery evolves. His paintings illustrate what he learns from the location and try “to convey this sense of place, how it surrounds you, how you must immerse yourself in it to hear its voice.”


Two of Sonneman’s paintings are currently featured in the Wildling’s Celebrating the National Parks of California exhibition. Looking Across Upper Dusy Basin Towards Thunderbolt Peak and North Palisade so impressed the judges it was awarded the first prize artwork in the exhibition.

$10/$5 members; call 805-686-8315 or www.wildlingmuseum.org to reserve your seats.


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Free Tutoring - Audio& EBooks Online/Mobile devices
September 27 - December 20
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Want to learn how to use your new tablet, E-reader, laptop or smartphone to access free E and Audiobooks, films and more from the public library?  Reserve a free 20 minute session with the library's volunteer tutor Bethany. Call or email for an appointment: 805 688-3115  buelltonlibrary@santabarbaraca.gov.


Website: http://civicaweb.santabarbaraca.gov/gov/depts/lib/cal/buellton.asp
Email: buelltonlibrary@santabarbaraCA.gov
Phone: 805 688-3115

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Happy Hour at Figueroa Mountain!
September 29 - February 25
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

$1-off all draft beers every Mon - Thurs from 4 - 6 pm. Beer of the Week will only be $3 during Happy Hour, with selections changing each week. Occurs at all taprooms. 

Figueroa Mountain Brewing Company: 

Los Olivos: 2446 Alamo Pintado Rd, Suite C, Los Olivos, CA 93441             

Buellton: 45 Industrial Way, Buellton, CA 93427       


Website: http://figmtnbrew.com
Email: cathy@figmtnbrew.com
Phone: 8056942252

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Firkin Friday at Figueroa Mountain!
September 30 - February 26
5:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Join us each Friday from 5-close as we open a new cask! Casks are unfiltered and naturally carbonated ales that we add a little something extra to, like grapefruit or additional hops.

Figueroa Mountain Brewing Company: 

Los Olivos: 2446 Alamo Pintado Rd, Suite C, Los Olivos, CA 93441             

Buellton: 45 Industrial Way, Buellton, CA 93427       r $1-off all draft beers from 11AM-3PM as we kick back and relax on Sunday Funday! Occurs every Sunday at all taprooms.

 


Website: http://figmtnbrew.com
Email: cathy@figmtnbrew.com
Phone: 6199715649

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Celebrating the National Parks in California, June 17- October 3
September 30 - October 03
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Join the Wildling Museum of Art and Nature for its newest exhibition, Celebrating the National Parks of California and artistically explore the nine national parks located within the state of California in a juried exhibition, while also honoring the centennial of the National Park system.


Website: http://www.wildlingmuseum.org
Phone: 8056868315

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West of the West Film Screening
September 30
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Join the Wildling Museum of Art and Nature for the screening of highly acclaimed film West of the West. Glorious cinematography, an original music score, and fascinating interviews from 70 days of filming are woven together into 14 revealing, memorable Tales about the human history of California’s eight Channel Islands. The Tales are told from the point of view of people who’ve experienced the Channels — lived on, wrecked on, dived under, filmed, raised children, bootlegged, fished, surfed, sailed, explored and restored — this remarkable saga began 14,000 years ago, including a thriving Chumash maritime culture, and continues today. The film opened in Santa Barbara to two sold out audiences of 2,000 people each in March 2016 and it has been receiving acclaim ever since.

Tickets: $5/Wilding Museum Members and $10/Non-Members


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