Fall is in full swing and what better way to spend it than at local santa barbara events!
WHEN: october 19TH | WHERE: All courses start at Leadbetter beach
The Ride Santa Barbara 100 takes place in one of the most beautiful and challenging cycling locations in the United States. They offer four distinct courses to suit every cyclist’s ability – each course offering a world class Santa Barbara cycling experience. Cyclists will wind through some of the most exclusive neighborhoods in the country; experience the rolling foothills lined with citrus and avocado orchards of the front range; and climb some of the most famous mountains in the country, all while experiencing one of the most beautiful views in Southern California.
ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT
WHEN: october 9th | WHERE: SANTA BARBARA
Join AIA Santa Barbara on a self-guided tour of the best architectural projects in Santa Barbara. You will receive a tour brochure and/ or app with maps, photos, and info detailing all the projects. Meet architects and design professionals and discover how design impacts art and art impacts design.
WHEN: october 21st - november 7th | WHERE: SANTA BARBARA
Join the collaborative and interactive musical experience that takes place during Arts and Humanities month in October. Pianos will be available for musical exploration, impromptu play, and group performances morning, afternoon and evening. Amateur, professionals, and public musicians are invited to sit down and play!
WINE AND DINE
WHEN: october 12th, 10am - 5pm | WHERE: santa barbara harbor
Come enjoy everything our abundant ocean has to offer! Visit fishermen face-to-face and experience specialty fish tacos, oysters, mussels, barbecued albacore, fresh crab, clam chowder, seafood paella and more.
WHEN: october 12th, 12pm - 3pm | WHERE: santa barbara maritime museum
After you enjoy your fresh seafood on the harbor, make your way to the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum to taste wines of Santa Barbara County paired with culinary creations from Santa Barbara’s best chefs using local, fresh-caught seafood. Bring family or friends and enjoy live music and scenic harbor views from the Maritime Museum patio.