Public Events

The events shown in the Club's Public Events Calendar are open to Members, Extended Members, Alumni (former Members who have joined the Graduates Club), Potential Members (new residents of Santa Barbara who have lived here 18 months or less), and guests.  These events provide an opportunity for Potential Members to meet current Members to see if the Club will be a good fit for them. 

Former Members have the opportunity to reconnect with the friends and acquaintances they met while they were in the Club and to meet current Members.  We look forward to seeing you at these fun events, which include Cheers, TGIF, Walking the Waterfront, and Hiking.

Upcoming events

    • January 07, 2019
    • December 16, 2019
    • 50 sessions
    • High Sierra Grill, 521 Firestone Rd, Goleta

    Mah Jongg 

    Mah Jongg is a game of both skill and luck that originated in China many centuries ago and was brought to the West in the 1920's.   The excitement of Mah Jongg lies in the decisions that you will constantly have to make. 

    Come play!  All you need is the 2019 American Mah Jongg Card and a basic knowledge of the game, and you’ll be ready to play!  Invite your Mah Jongg playing friends to come, too!

    If you already know the game and want to meet new players, we invite you to drop in and join us!

    You can email us with any questions if you need more information, at: mahjongg@sbnewcomers.org

    High Sierra Grill collects $5/player at the time of play to help cover the cost of the Mah Jonggers utilizing the space.  Plan on staying after to celebrate your Mah Jongg wins at the High Sierra Grill happy hour afterward.

    • January 14, 2019
    • August 19, 2019
    • 8 sessions
    • The University Club of Santa Barbara, 1332 Santa Barbara Street

    New in Town? 

    We would love to have you join us for one of our orientation meetings!

    You're invited to a Reception followed by a "Welcome to Newcomers" Meeting.

    On the third Monday of each month we host a Welcome Reception open to those new to Santa Barbara. Anyone who has moved to the Santa Barbara area within the last 18 months is encouraged to join us. This will be followed by a meeting for prospective and new members of the Santa Barbara Newcomers Club. 

    You only have to attend one meeting!

    Santa Barbara Newcomers Club is the biggest social club in all of Santa Barbara! We are 700+ members strong and offer over 50 events a month for you to participate in.

    By joining the club, you are able to partake in lots of fun activities, meet great people and learn all about your new home town.

    We will give you all the details about this outstanding club including dues, how to register, what types of events are held, members, etc.  Again, you only need to attend one orientation meeting!!

    We look forward to meeting you!


    Please join us at 6:30 p.m. for a Meet & Greet reception followed at 7:00 by an informational meeting which will promptly end at 8:00.


    The University Club of Santa Barbara

    1332 Santa Barbara St.

    Santa Barbara, CA  93101

    For more information, please contact the VP Membership


    • February 24, 2019
    • August 18, 2019
    • 7 sessions
    • 2981 Cliff Drive, Santa Barbara CA
    • 30

    Join our pack!

    Come walk Hendry's Beach with your furry friends or borrow one of ours to walk with.

    We meet at the picnic tables behind the lifeguard stand at Hendry's Beach. (The meeting spot is just across the parking lot from the entrance to the Boathouse Restaurant.)


    Event open to members, graduates and friends.

    No need to register - just show up!



    Questions? Contact Carolyn or Dave Styler


    For directions to Hendry's Beach, click here

    • March 01, 2019
    • (PST)
    • August 30, 2019
    • (PDT)
    • 79 sessions
    • Meet at Char West on the Wharf

    Please join our group of 30 to 50 walkers, consisting of Newcomers, Graduates, and longtime Santa Barbara residents, as we walk along the waterfront.

    There's no need to register.  The Stearns Wharf Walking Group starts and ends at Char West near the Ice Cream Shop (MWF).  Parking is free that time of day.  Enjoy time with the group for coffee at Francisco's Char West.

    We start walking promptly at 8:00am and walk at our own pace while visiting with fellow walkers. The group walks about 3 miles which takes 45 minutes to an hour depending upon your pace. 

    • March 05, 2019
    • August 29, 2019
    • 52 sessions
    • Hendry's Beach (See event details)

    Join us at Hendry's Beach (aka Arroyo Burro Beach County Park) every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 8:45. We walk the beach, visit, make new friends and catch up with old friends, spot whales and dolphins and get fresh air and exercise. Some of us walk fast, and some of us stroll. Then we gather at the picnic tables and visit some more. Sometimes there is food to share. 

    Contact stridebythetide@sbnewcomers.org with any questions.

    Hendry'sBeach/Arroyo Burro is just west of the intersection of Cliff Drive and Las Positas Rd. (exit 100 on freeway). There is a large parking lot. We meet at the top of the stairs next to Boathouse at Hendry's Beach restaurant, 2981 Cliff Dr., Santa Barbara. The restaurant is located at the end of the parking lot right next to the ocean.

    Wear shoes that can be used on the beach for rocks, sand.

    • April 26, 2019
    • 8:30 AM
    • Rattlesnake Trailhead

    All our hikes may be changed due to weather, roads, construction, etc.  Check here before you leave or subscribe to our email list below.

    Bring plenty of water

    Rattlesnake Canyon Loop –  8:30am.  This will be a variation of the Rattlesnake trail that goes a little further and offers some great views.  Of course, those who would just like to follow the shady old trail along the creek to the far end of a meadow and back can do that instead. 

    This loop starts up the canyon but we turn left onto an unmarked trail toward what we've called "The Maze" in a previous hike.  But, instead of going to the Maze, we turn left (downhill) on the Edison Catway.  After 5 to 10 minutes, we take a  short unmarked connector to the Tunnel Trail and climb up the Tunnel Trail to the shoulder.  We then hike across the Connector to the big tree by the meadow and hike back down our standard return route on the Rattlesnake trail.

    Hiking Distance:  6.5 miles with a total elevation gain of 2100’ for the loop; 3.5 miles with 1000' of elevation gain for the familiar up and back. 

    Hiking times: 2 to 3 hours for the up and back (go at your pace). 3.5 to 4+ hours for the loop;

    Map link to the trailhead

    Join our email list here to receive an weekly email with hike info.

    Hike Leaders:  Richard Chiles and Martina Kuhl

    • April 26, 2019
    • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM


    April 26th 

    Smithy Kitchen + Bar features a rustic white washed interior with reclaimed benches and table tops. Perfect for both small and large gatherings it features a family style dinner service where plates are meant to be shared. It is an approachable and casual dinning experience, featuring organic, rustic fare that is mostly sourced from the central coast, encompassing everything that is great about Santa Barbara. This is the perfect place to meet with family and friends to share food and drinks, and have a great time in a relaxed setting. Smithy is open for dinner Monday through Sunday. It also features a Happy Hour 4-7 PM every day.


    Hope to see you on the 26th!



    • April 28, 2019
    • 9:00 AM
    • Santa Barbara Area


    Sunday, April 28, 2019

    9:00 AM

    Stevens Park

    Hike along San Roque Creek through a beautiful oak and sycamore shaded park at the bottom of San Roque Canyon. An easy nature trail winds past bedrock mortars that the Chumash Indians wore into the rock while grinding acorns into meal. Stop along the way in an open grassy meadow to take in views of Cathedral Peak. We will plan to take the route that comes out on San Roque and return - a 2-mile round trip, or go up to the picnic area if hikers want a longer stretch with more exercise.

    No need to register.  Just show up.  Downpour cancels (either on the day of or the day or two before the hike because the trail could be unstable), but we’ll go ahead in light rain. Bring water and sunblock.

    Dogs on leash are welcome.

    After the hike, join us for coffee.

    Directions: From Highway 101, exit Las Positas Road. Drive 1.2 miles north to Calle Fresno on the left, shortly after crossing State Street.  (Note that Las Positas Road becomes San Roque Road after crossing State Street.) Turn left on Calle Fresno and travel one block.  Turn right on Canon Drive. Quickly turn right again into the posted park entrance.  Park in the spaces provided.  If they are full, there is also on-street parking.

    Questions? Contact sharp@sbnewcomers.org

    • April 28, 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    The goal of the Cycling Committee is to hold weekly social meetup rides that are open to cyclists of all levels and abilities. Our rides are typically designed to have multiple start points and route segments and a destination that will allow us to relax and chat with our fellow Newcomers and guests after the ride. These rides are 'No Drop', so no riders will be left behind. Whether you are a beginning rider or a Tour de France champion come out and join us as there will usually be something for everyone. Let us know you are riding by clicking the link below.

    Yes, I am Riding!

    This week's ride takes us along the Obern Trail, through UCSB to the beautiful Sandpiper Golf course. There are two starting points (Shoreline Park at 8:15AM or the Obern Trailhead on Modoc at 9:00AM.) Our return will be along Cathedral Oaks Road and the Maria Ygnacio Trail back to the Obern Trail, which provides rides of 22 or 35 miles and elevation gain of 541 feet and 1,323 feet, respectively. Check out the Ride Map!

    Helmets required! Bring lots of water. Ride Cancelled if raining.

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    • May 03, 2019
    • 8:30 AM
    • San Ysidro Trailhead

    All our hikes may be changed due to weather, roads, construction, etc.  Check here before you leave or subscribe to our email list below.

    This is a Friday 8:30am meetup - no need to register.

    San Ysidro to Saddle Rock – 8:30am.  This hike begins at the San Ysidro trail and then connects over to Saddle Rock on the McMenemy trail and loops back west on the Girard trail to the McMenemy trail. The distance is about 5 miles and will take approximately 2 - 2 1/2 hours. Go at your own pace and there are good turn back points at the interconnection of the McMenemy and Girard Trails (which would make an approximately 3 mile hike). Total elevation gain 1,100 ft.  No shade; Thomas Fire area.  As you traverse over to Saddle Rock there are views of ocean, canyons, valleys and creeks. Difficulty: moderate to strenuous depending on your turn back choices.

    Trail Map

    Map to Trailhead

    DIRECTIONS: Meet at the San Ysidro trail head on Mountain Drive just east of San Ysidro Ranch. From either direction, exit Fwy 101 at San Ysidro Rd and turn toward the mountains. Go 1.0 mile to East Valley Rd (CA 192) and turn right.  Continue 0.9 miles to Park Lane and turn left. (Park Lane is easy to miss.  Look for Eucalyptus trees on your left.  You’ll turn left after the last one.) Go 0.4 miles and as Park Lane turns right, you veer left onto East Mountain Drive. The trailhead is 0.2 miles ahead on the right.  Park on East Mountain.

    HIKE LEADER: Kevin Newman

    Hope to see you there!

    • May 03, 2019
    • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • 30 East Ortega Street, Santa Barbara, California 93101


    May 3rd 

    The Wine Shepherd is a wine bar and bottle shop that specializes in rare and vintage cellar selections. 

    They source a careful selection of wine from the real winemakers of the world. You will not find McWine here. They have a large selection of small-production wines, from winegrowers and vintners who are committed to their craft.    

    Hope to see you May 3rd!


    • May 04, 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Rattlesnake Canyon Trailhead at Skofield Park, 1783 Las Canoas Rd, Santa Barbara, CA 93105

    Hike, make friends, and get to know a Santa Barbara trail!

    RSVP so we know to look for you at the trailhead.

    The hike is moderate, 4 miles round trip, and has about 700 feet of elevation gain. It will be a loop hike. There are some nice views of the mountains, the creeks, and some views down to Santa Barbara.

    The hike may be challenging for inexperienced hikers as there are two creeks to cross, but they may be relatively dry by the beginning of May.


    When: Saturday, May 4th at 9:00 AM

    Where: Meet at the Old Mission parking lot at 8:30 am, or at the trailhead by 9:00 am

    Who: YP's, Newcomers, grads, guests, and prospects welcome!

    Bring: Plenty of water, sturdy hiking shoes, and a snack and/or lunch to enjoy.

    On-Site Contact: Ananda / 707-599-9420 or Eberhard / 503-481-6899


    • May 04, 2019
    • 9:30 AM - 1:30 PM
    • 3010 Roblar Ave Santa Ynez

    We will start at Roblar Winery (3010 Roblar Ave Santa Ynez,) in the heart of Santa Barbara wine Country, just off Highway 154 (San Marcos Pass Rd).  The route follows Roblar Avenue out to Baseline Rd to Happy Canyon Road (which is appropriately named).   We will pass Bridlewood Estates and East Valley Vineyards as we meander through a pastoral oak fill canyon with horse and cattle ranches … you’ll notice signs that say “Slow Horses” or ‘Slow Please (Cows and Calves on Road)”.  We will turn around and return along Happy Canyon Road coming back on Baseline Rd, cross over 154 to Refuguo Rd and head toward Los Olivos.  The Roblar Winery is at the intersection of Refuguo Rd and Roblar Rd.   After the ride, we will meet up at Roblar Winery for some woodoven pizza, charcuterie plates, and possibly a wine flight of their reserve wines.  

    Most of the ride is along rolling hills, and is relatively flat or a slight grade gradually working to a moderate to difficult grade as you continue up Happy Canyon Road.   It is very easy to adjust this ride for your level of riding and disposition of the day.

    All options start at 9:30 .  Let’s meet at 9:15 at Roblar Winery, please allow 45 Minutes drive from SB

    Yes, I plan to ride

    Option 1: Turn around before Happy Canyon Rd becomes too steep. Wait for the group to return or head back (the option is yours). 15-20 Miles Check out the Ride Map

    Option 2:  Continue up Happy Canyon Rd to the Yellow “ fire hazard warning sign” then turn around and head back to Roblar Winery.  25 Miles Check out the Ride Map

    Option 3:  Knock yourself out… ride to the top or all the way around to Figueroa Road, we’ll see you back at Roblar Winery. 40 Miles Check out the Ride Map

    Please let us know if you plan to ride and if you are going to grab a bite to eat after the ride.  

    Helmets required.  Have plenty of water with you. Rain postpones.

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    • May 10, 2019
    • 8:30 AM
    • Paradise Road, Los Padres National Forest

     No Hike if Raining. Bring plenty of water.

     Image result for Picture of Knapp's Castle

    This is a Friday 8:30am meetup – no need to register.

    SNYDER TRAIL TO KNAPP’S CASTLE – 8:30am.  This a backcountry hike off of Paradise Road.  Knapp’s Castle is the ruins of a sandstone hilltop lodge built by the found of Union Carbide around 1920.  Located just below Camino Cielo road, it burned in the 1940s and was never rebuilt.  The ruins offer great views of the Santa Ynez Valley and San Rafael Mountains.

    The Snyder Trail climbs from Paradise Road up the ridge alongside Lewis Canyon.  The hike utilizes service roads and trails as it climbs through forests and grassy slopes on its way up to Knapp’s Castle.  Some recent building activity has altered the castle, but it remains a popular hike with increasingly good views as one gets higher and higher on the trail. 
    At the top, we will spend some time exploring the building and enjoying the views.

    Here is a map of the trail.

    Elevation gain ~2000’

    Distance ~6.6 miles

    Google map link for the trailhead  (20 min when you get on 154)

    DIRECTIONS: From Highway 101 in Santa Barbara, take the State Street/Highway 154 exit.  Turn right onto Highway 154 and drive approximately 10 miles to Paradise Road on the right.  Turn right and continue 4.2 miles to the trailhead, which is a turnout on the right side of the road near a gate.  If that area fills up, there is parking in and around the Ranger Station about 0.25 miles further down the road.  Avoid parking in campgrounds or other areas that have facilities unless you are willing to pay the $10 day use fee that is collected in those areas.

    Hike Guide: Dave Ellenberger

    Hope to see you there!


    • May 10, 2019
    • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

    • May 11, 2019
    • 9:00 AM
    • Santa Barbara Area

    Social Hiking At a Relaxed Pace (S.H.A.R.P.)

    Saturday, May 11, 2019


    Coal Oil Point Reserve

    (Isla Vista)


    Coal Oil Point is on preserve land in UCSB's west campus area (west of Isla Vista). It is a popular place to whale watch, watch the sunset, and is beloved by UCSB students and surfers. It is also home to a critical protected Snowy Plover habitat area. This is a relaxing mostly flat 3 mile walk (with several options for longer walks) along ocean bluffs and the beach. The walk will also include a bit of the Devereux Slough area for those who like to do bird watching.

    The walk begins along the bluffs above the ocean with an option to walk on the beach below to explore the tidal pools. Our walk is planned for a low tide morning so the tidal pools should be exposed and the beach walking surface should be good. At that point we will come to Coal Oil Point and then down onto "Sands Beach" where the protected Snowy Plover habitat is located (and also where those who walk the beach by the tidal pools can meet up with us). You can often see flocks of Snowy Plovers and many young Plovers at this time of year. We will continue on Sands Beach and after a bit of beach walking, we will turn north off the beach into the beginning of the Devereux Slough area which is a prime bird watching area. The Slough is a seasonally flooded tidal lagoon. At this point, we will have several choices: 1. return to the beach and then walk a bit further west for a longer beach walk, 2. explore the Slough further, or 3. simply head back. 

    Some recommendations: The beach in this area is known to be oily/tarry so we suggest that you take this into account when choosing footwear for the beach part of the walk and possibly bring a change of shoes for afterward. While dogs are allowed, in the Plover habitat area west of Coal Oil Point, dogs are discouraged (and off leash dogs are prohibited). There is one portable toilet near Coal Oil Point.

    After the walk, we'll plan to meet up at Zizzo's Coffee at 370 Storke Road (on east side of Storke a quarter mile before Home Depot as you head north).

    No need to register. Just show up. Downpour cancels, but we’ll proceed in light rain.

    Directions: 101 North to Glen Annie Rd. / Storke Rd. exit in Goleta. Turn left on Storke, drive 1.3 miles to El Colegio Rd. Turn left and drive 0.2 miles to Camino Corto. Turn right and go 0.5 miles to Del Playa Drive. Turn right and park in grove of eucalyptus trees at the end of the street or on one of the neighboring side streets. If you need an address for your GPS, you can use 6894 Del Playa Drive. Parking is adequate but demand is high, so carpooling is always a good option.


    estions? Contact sharp@sbnewcomers.org

    • May 12, 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    The goal of the Cycling Committee is to hold weekly social meetup rides that are open to cyclists of all levels and abilities. Our rides are typically designed to have multiple start points and route segments and a destination that will allow us to relax and chat with our fellow Newcomers and guests after the ride. These rides are 'No Drop', so no riders will be left behind. Whether you are a beginning rider or a Tour de France champion come out and join us as there will usually be something for everyone. Let us know you are riding by clicking the link below.

    Yes, I am Riding!

    This week's ride has three options and takes us along the coast to Ventura and then inland along a very scenic bike path to Ojai. There are three starting points (Rincon Beach Parking Lot at Bates Road, Main Street Parking Lot in Ventura or Casitas Vista Rd off Hwy 33) Depending on how many miles you are interested in riding you can go a little as 19 miles or as many as 58 miles. This is a very scenic ride. It’s a very easy, continual grade uphill to Ojai, about 3% and in some places 5%.  Not hard at all. Coming back is all downhill!  

    Bates Rd. Parking Lot: For those that are ambitious and want a longer ride (58 miles round trip), we will begin at the parking lot off Bates Road at 8:00AM and will meet up with the main group in Ventura. Check out the Ride Map! 

    Main Street Ventura: A 33 mile round trip ride, starts in Ventura. The bike path begins at Rex Street. If you are starting here drive south on 101 and exit at the Main St, Ventura exit. Park in the parking lot to the right after the bridge over the creek, and just before the HWY 33 overpass. If there is no room, go back over the bridge and park on the side of the road. We’ll meet in the parking lot just before the overpass at 9:00AM. The riders starting at Bates Road will take about an hour to get to this point, so please don’t start w/o the group. Check out the Ride Map!

    Casitas Vista Road: A short 21 mile round trip ride which starts at the Casitas Vista exit off Highway 33, heading to Ojai. To start here take 101 South to 33 North towards Ojai. Exit where the highway is ending at Casitas Vista Road (CVR). Turn right upon exiting on CVR, back alongside the highway on CVR and turn right under the Freeway and park under the overpass. There are restrooms close by, in Foster Park. The riders that start in Ventura will be at CVR by 9:30AM. and we can head off to Ojai as a group.  If we’re a few minutes late, please wait for us. Check out the Ride Map!

    From SB, plan on 30 minutes to parking in Ventura and 45 minutes to parking at CVR.

    Helmets required! Bring lots of water. Ride Cancelled if raining.

    Join the SBNC Strava Group and help support and encourage your fellow riders! 

    • May 17, 2019
    • 8:30 AM
    • Romero Canyon Trailhead on Bella Vista

    All our hikes may be changed due to weather, roads, construction, etc.  Check here before you leave or subscribe to our email list below.

    There are two ways up Romero Canyon, either the trail or the "old" fire road. The road is an easier hike, it has several good view points on the way up, so you could turn around at any point. The trail is more direct.  The views from the top have always been spectacular.
    When we meetup, hikers may choose the road or trail. 

    Hike Guide: Ed Heywood and Martina Kuhl

    Map of the Romero Canyon fire road, the trail is also shown in blue.

    Elevation:  ~ 1400 ft.

    Distance: 4 miles each way; turnaround anytime

    Make sure you bring water, sunscreen, and a hat.

    Google maps link to trailhead.

    DIRECTIONS: Meet at the Romero Canyon trail head on Bella Vista Rd. 

    101 to Sheffield Dr (Exit #92) in Montecito (Sheffield is a LEFT LANE EXIT coming from Santa Barbara). 

    Turn toward the mountains and follow signs to Sheffield.

    About 1.4 miles after exiting the 101, Sheffield ends at E. Valley Rd (CA-192).

    Turn left on E. Valley and then turn immediately right on to Romero Canyon Rd.

    Continue up Romero Canyon, bearing right to avoid entering Lilac Lane. 

    One mile after first entering Romero, turn right on to Bella Vista Dr. and go .3 miles to the trailhead on your left. During the week there is ample parking along the road.

    Join our email list here for a weekly email with hike info.
    • May 17, 2019
    • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • 220 Gray Avenue, Santa Barbara, California 93101


    May 17th

    5pm to 7pm 


    Shalhoob Meat Company has been a staple in Santa Barbara for over 40 years, Serving Local Patrons and Restaurants throughout the city right from our location in the heart of the "Funk Zone". We have experienced The Funk Zone slowly change from the industrial area in which we grew our business, into the the Art lined Urban Wine Trail it is today.We decided to evolve along with our surroundings, Converting our Huge Cutting Room into a State of the Art Kitchen, Reconstructing our concrete lot into a serene outdoor event space complete with Custom built Tables & Giant Rustic Planters. 


    All of the Meats served are Hormone and Anti Biotic Free and Grain Fed with No By Products. We found through experience, the happier the animal the better the final product.


    From the Fruits and vegetables being locally sourced, to the Seafood being caught by Santa Barbara Fisherman and delivered directly to us-NO Middlemen!


    Started by Jerry Shalhoob in 1973 Shalhoob Meat Company is one of the few family businesses left in "The Funk Zone". Three Generations and Counting.


    Hope to see you May 17th!


    • May 18, 2019
    • 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM

    The goal of the Cycling Committee is to hold weekly social meetup rides that are open to cyclists of all levels and abilities. Our rides are typically designed to have multiple start points and route segments and a destination that will allow us to relax and chat with our fellow Newcomers and guests after the ride. These rides are 'No Drop', so no riders will be left behind. Whether you are a beginning rider or a Tour de France champion come out and join us as there will usually be something for everyone. Let us know you are riding by clicking the link below.

    Yes, I am Riding!

    This week's ride varies from our normal routine and was designed to give those riders that were hoping to ride in the Santa Barbara Century an opportunity to check off '100 mile ride' from their bucket list. This ride is not a race but please note it is also not recommended for beginners, or those that have not been training for this longer distance! 

    The ride will begin at the Shoreline parking lot and proceed east to Ventura. From Ventura we head back west with our goal being Sandpiper Golf Course. From our Sandpiper checkpoint we head back to Santa Barbara and our starting point. To help with rider safety we are recommending five checkpoints/rest stops. These rest stops will have light snacks and water. The recommended rest stops are:

    1. Rincon/Bates Road

    2. Ventura

    3. Rincon/Bates Road

    4. Leadbetter Beach Parking Lot

    5. Sandpiper Golf Course

    Check out the Century Ride Map!

    Check out the Metric Century Ride Map! 

    Helmets required! Bring lots of water. Ride Cancelled if raining.

    Join the SBNC Strava Group

    • May 18, 2019
    • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Santa Barbara Cider Company, 325 Rutherford Street, Suite D Goleta, CA 93117

    Saturday, May 18th from 4pm to at least 6pm!

    Santa Barbara Cider Company
    325 Rutherford Street, Suite D
    Goleta, CA 93117

    Join the Young Professionals at the Santa Barbara Cider Company tasting room in Goleta to toast our May-born friends!

    We have tables reserved just for Newcomers on the patio. Food will be available for purchase.

    Free to register, pay as you go!

    We recommend ride sharing or alternative modes of transportation if you plan to drink.

    See you there!

    • May 22, 2019
    • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • The Santa Barbara Wine Collective 131 Anacapa Street, C


    Join us for a Cheers event with flavor & friends.

    The Santa Barbara Wine Collective 131 Anacapa Street, C
    5:00 to 7:00 pm

    The Santa Barbara Wine Collective is a group of like-minded producers focusing on the unique terroir of Santa Barbara County. 
    Each winery offers a selection of different varietals but all work to produce wines of elegance and balance while representing a sense of place.

    Cheers is the first event for our newest members fresh from orientation, and all Newcomers are welcome to attend. It’s a great way to mingle with board members and committee chairs in a relaxed atmosphere.

    • May 24, 2019
    • 8:00 AM
    • Gaviota Peak

    No hike if raining.  Bring plenty of water. 

    Meet at the Mission 8am to carpool or 8:45am at  the trailhead.