Join us on Wednesday, April 12, 7 pm for a screening of a documentary entitled
“A Table for Sixty-Thousand“
Filmmaker Teresa Singh will be on hand to discuss her project, the practice of “Langar” and its various implications for community building.
Teresa and her husband, Prof. Jasprit Singh, have led groups of University students during several recent trips to Amritsar to study the lessons in sustainability that the Shri Harmandir Sahib (the Golden Temple) has to offer. They have produced a documentary film entitled, “A Table for Sixty Thousand”
At the ‘Golden Temple’ everyday on average 60,000 (and rising) vegetarian meals are prepared and shared by visitor at no cost !
Over 400 years ago the idea of basic nutrition as a birthright was introduced and implemented in The Punjab. Today this practice, called “Langar,” is responsible for over one million free meals every day in the state of Punjab and not only provides nutrition to the poor and rich, but also provides a stage where people from all walks of life can come together, and a space where people can learn how to cook a nourishing meal.
Bring a dish to share in the spirit of the “Langar” tradition!
Join us for a fun, interactive workshop with Judy Pearce on Wed, March 8 at 7 pm — “Everyone Can Write” What’s YOUR story??
Judy Pearce is a long time Carp resident and freelance writer with a focus on horses and history. In the 1980s she had a weekly column, “Equestrian” in the Santa Barbara News-Press. During the 1990s her history column, “Montecito Scrapbook” was published in the Montecito Journal. Judy has also written for Montecito Magazine, Santa Barbara Magazine, and international horse publications, Western Horseman and The Western Horse. Judy will share her belief that anyone can write. “I am an ‘accidental writer’. It all started simply because in 1980 Judy Enersen, co-owner of the Carpinteria Herald, asked me to write an article for her publication, California Horsemen’s News,” Judy explains
There will be a short writing exercise, so attendees are asked to bring paper and a writing implement.
You are also welcome to bring a friend and, as is our tradition, bring a dish to share or a bottle of wine.
Write On! Hope to see you there.
The Carpinteria Woman’s Club invites you to join us for an evening of artistic expression with artist, teacher, and fellow member, Janey Cohen
Wednesday, February 8 at 7 pm at the Clubhouse located at 1059 Vallecito.
Janey is excited to teach us all how to create and carve a design onto a unique rubber plate, then print our original artwork onto cardstock, making beautiful greeting cards for Valentine’s Day or any occasion. No prior experience is needed. You will be able to take home your rubber stamp and several cards printed in a variety of colors. You can use your stamp again and again to create cards, gift-wrap, fabric, etc. All materials will be provided.
Wear old clothes and bring a smock or apron. The presentation is free of charge. Please bring a sweet or savory Valentine’s dish or a bottle of wine to share.
Janey Cohen has been a local teacher for the past 38 years and after retiring from the classroom has found time to rediscover the artist within. She is currently focusing on the medium of watercolor, and you can see images of her work at her website-in-progress at www.janeycohenart.com. She is a member of the Santa Barbara Art Association, and is actively involved with the Carpinteria Arts Center.
Healthy Living to 100! Wednesday, Jan. 11th 7pm- 9pm
at the Carpinteria’s Womans Club: 1059 Vallecito Rd, Carpinteria, CA 93013
Brian Kane, Chiropractor, Wellness Director and founder of Carpinteria Wellness Center along with Kendall Hassemer, Naturopathic Doctor will present an informative and aspirational program entitled Healthy Living to 100!
This interactive presentation will empower you with some healthy living tips to start the year off right , and will provide vital information in the areas of nutrition, tips on managing stress and introducing a 21 day purification program that will be starting in the community in late January.
Brian Kane is the Wellness Director and owner of Carpinteria Wellness Center. He has a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Southern California University of Health Sciences and one of his areas of specialty is in clinical nutrition. He also works at Kalani Total Health Center in Oxnard which is the large integrative health center between Los Angeles and San Francisco. Brian resides here in Carpinteria with his wife and 5 children.
Kendall Hassemer has a naturopathic doctorate and has also studied with many master yoga teachers. She combines her love of whole-foods nutrition and yoga, as well as classical Chinese medicine, craniosacral bodywork, intuition, anatomy and physiology, and the outdoors, to energize and renew her clients via academic classes at UC-Santa Barbara, private sessions, workshops, and retreats.
Carpinteria Wellness Center started as a therapeutic massage center in 2015 and is evolving this year as an integrative health center adding such additional services as chiropractic, cranial sacral therapy, nutrition services and naturopathic medicine. A grand opening/ribbon cutting as a newly evolved integrative health center will be held on Thursday, January 12th from 4-5:30pm to meet our practitioners and for appetizers, free massages and a raffle.
Bring a healthy dish to share… and a friend! J
Please join us for fun, games & holiday spirits on Wed, Dec. 14 at 7 pm ….
For the 6th Annual
~Holiday Cocktails for a Cause~
Proceeds benefit Carpinteria Art Center’s Capital Campaign!!!
MixMistress Mandy Huffaker Chinn will be on hand for a command performance on the art of the classic cocktail
Cost: $20/person ~ Bring your own Martini or Wine Glass!!
Attendance is limited! PLEASE RSVP BY EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
OR CALL 566-8953 BY MONDA Y, DEC. 12 TO GET ON THE LIST!!
*Please bring a sweet or savory dish to share* Fabulous raffle prizes! Tickets are $1/each, 6 for $5-
If you selected a name from our Adopt A Family project, please remember to bring wrapped and labelled gifts to the Carpinteria Community Church before Distribution Day on Sat, Dec. 10. Contact MB with questions.
Please join us on Wednesday, November 9th at 7pm
for a special evening with author, Lynette Gaona and illustrator, Sara Wilcox as they talk about their book: “I AM HERE”
“I am Here” is a book that connects qualities in ourselves to nature inspiring kids to live their best life with purpose.
Author, Lynette Gaona is a singer, songwriter, vocal coach and author from Santa Barbara. She has five fabulous kids who are featured on the pages of this book and to whom she is grateful for all they have taught her.
Illustrator, Sara Wilcox has been drawing since she was able to hold a pencil. She’s an illustrator, graphic designer, muralist, and henna tattoo artist. Follow Sara here: www.saramurals.com
Books will be available for signing & purchase.
As always, bring a friend, a dish, and a bottle of wine to share!
In the Auditorium at the Carpinteria Children’s Project at Main 5201 8th Street, Carpinteria, CA 93013
Sponsored by the Carpinteria Woman’s Club and the Carpinteria Chamber of Commerce.
On Tuesday, October 18, the Carpinteria Woman’s Club and the Carpinteria Chamber of Commerce will co-sponsor an educational School Board Candidates forum. The public is encouraged to come learn more about the candidates, Gary Blair, Maureen Claffey Foley, and Rogelio Delgado, and where they stand on issues pertaining to the Carpinteria Unified School District. Each candidate will answer the same three pre-determined questions, and audience members are invited to submit additional questions for the candidates, which will be posed as time allows. Please join us for this informative evening to learn more about your school board candidates.
Next Woman’s Club Meeting- Wednesday, October 12th 7pm-9pm
Lisa Thomas, Director of the Dia De Los Muertos Carpinteria Festival will be at the Woman’s Club to talk about this year’s festival. We are excited for the Woman’s Club will be part of the celebration this year!
Saturday, July 16th at 1pm!
Join MoJo Coastwalk as we make our way through Carpinteria! Come enjoy lunch by the sea at Padaro Beach Grill– we’ll be arriving by foot around 1 pm. After lunch, all are welcome to continue hiking with us as we continue making our way south to Rincon (a ~5.5 mile walk). If you’re only available for lunch, that’s cool too!
**Post-lunch hike details**
3 pm: Walk from Padaro Beach Grill to Carpinteria State Beach (2.25 miles)
4 pm: Walk from Carpinteria State Beach to Rincon (3.1 miles), likely ending at 6 pm
You’re welcome to start with us at Padaro Beach Grill, or meet later at Carpinteria State Beach.
PRO TIP: Leave a car if you’re driving with a friend or bicycle at either the start or end point to help with shuttling!
MoJo Coastwalk is a a through-hike and public outreach campaign of the CCT. As we hike, we are acting as ambassadors for the California Coastal Trail Association (CCTA), an organization that has been advocating for completion of the trail for over 30 years. We’ve set out to hike the entire California coastline to raise awareness about the CCT and reinvorgate the movement to complete it.
To learn more about MoJo and the CCTA, check out these links: