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Santa Maria Sun / Calendar Events

February 22

Kids and Family

THE SANTA MARIA VALLEY RAILWAY HISTORICAL MUSEUM
(noon to 4 p.m.)

features a locomotive, boxcar, caboose, railroad artifacts and diorama on the second and fourth Saturday of the month from

Phone: 714-4927

Santa Maria Transit Center
Miller and Boone Streets
Santa Maria

THE BUELLTON LIBRARY
(4 to 5 p.m.)

presents ReadAloud, a play-reading group for adults, teens and children nine and up, every Friday from

Phone: 688-3115

Buellton Library
140 W. Hwy 246
Buellton 93427

Cost: Free

THE WILDLING MUSEUM
Ongoing
(2 p.m.)

presents KidKraft, a series of monthly art classes for children to create nature-inspired crafts or environmentally friendly projects, every second Saturday at

Wildling Museum of Art and Nature
1511-B Mission Drive
Solvang 93463

Cost: $5

Learning

THE SOLVANG LIBRARY
(10 to 10:50 a.m.)

presents Ted and Conversation, a new event that screens an inspiring or thought-provoking 18-minute talk from the TED Talks series. Afterwards, the audience explores the topic together over tea and coffee. The program is every third Thursday from

solvanglibrary@santabarbaraca.gov
Phone: 688-4214

Solvang Library
1745 Mission Drive
Solvang 93463

Cost: Free

SANTA BARBARA VILLAGE
Worth The Drive
(2 to 3:30 p.m. )

presents the Empowered Aging Monthly Lecture Series, which requires reservations since seating is limited, every second Tuesday from

Cyndi Pipes
coordinator@sbvillage.org
Phone: 729-5038

University Club of Santa Barbara
1332 Santa Barbara St.
Santa Barbara 93101

Cost: Free

Clubs and Meetings

TRI CITY SOUND CHORUS OF SWEET ADELINES INTERNATIONAL
(6:45 to 9:30 p.m.)

welcomes all women who are interested in learning about barbershop-style music, singing and performing to rehearsals every Thursday from

Sweet Adelines International
Phone: 736-7572

Lutheran Church of Our Savior
4725 S. Bradley Road
Orcutt 93455

Spiritual

THE CITY CHURCH CENTRAL COAST
(10 a.m.)

holds youth services for junior high and high school students on Monday nights at 6:30 p.m. at Faith Life Community Church, 726 W. Tefft. St. General services are every Sunday at

info@thecitycc.org
Phone: 929-8990
http://thecitycc.org

Nipomo High School
525 N. Thompson Ave.
Nipomo 93444

Cost: Free

Kids and Family

DROP-IN STORY TIME
February 22 (10:30 a.m.)

is an opportunity for preschoolers aged three to five to enjoy stories, music and family fun every Wednesday at

Youth Services
Phone: 925-0994
http://cityofsantamaria.org/library

Santa Maria Public Library
421 S. McClelland St.
Santa Maria 93454

Cost: Free

PENGUINS ON PARADE STORY TIME
February 22 (12:30 p.m.)

provides an independent environment for preschoolers aged three to five. Pre-registration for the entire six-week session is required. The program is every Wednesday at

Youth Services
Phone: 925-0994
http://cityofsantamaria.org/library

Santa Maria Public Library
421 S. McClelland St.
Santa Maria 93454

Cost: Free

THE SANTA MARIA PUBLIC LIBRARY
February 22 (4 to 6 p.m.)

invites the public to a game night on Feb. 22 from

Phone: 925-0994, Ext. 8562
http://cityofsantamaria.org

Santa Maria Public Library, Shepard Hall
421 S. McClelland St.
Santa Maria 93454

Cost: Free

THE SOLVANG LIBRARY
February 22 (10:30 a.m.)

presents Music Together, a program for babies, toddlers and preschoolers and their accompanying adults, on Feb. 22 at

solvanglibrary@santabarbaraCA.gov
Phone: 688-4214

Solvang Library
1745 Mission Dr.
Solvang 93463

Recreation

THE SANTA MARIA PUBLIC LIBRARY
February 22 (1 to 2:30 p.m.)

offers the Adult Coloring Program on Feb. 22 from

Phone: 925-0994, Ext. 8562

Santa Maria Public Library
421 S. McClelland St.
Santa Maria 93454

Cost: Free

Learning

THE BUENA VISTA BEAUTIFIERS
February 22 (10 to 11 a.m.)

host a free webinar viewing from the City Parks Alliance about urban forestry in parks with several speaker on Feb. 22.

vps805@gmail.com

Santa Maria Public Library
421 S. McClelland St.
Santa Maria , CA




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