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:
On Wed, May 11 at 7 pm Join us at the Carpinteria Womans Club as Debbie Murphy will speak about her experience in India this past February:
The Miracle of the END of POLIO in India.
and how the second most populated country in the world went from being the country with the most cases of polio to being polio free for 5 years.
This past February, Debbie Murphy traveled with 12 other Central Coast Rotarians to India to assist with a National Immunization Day. Join us to learn more as Deb shares the colorful and captivating photos from her journey. Admission is free~Please invite a friend and bring a dish or bottle of wine to share.
Did you spend last Wed. (April 13th) with Mo! and want more information about the MoJo Coastwalk!
Check out their website: www.mojocoastwalk.com
Like them on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mojocoastwalk/
Follow them on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mojocoastwalk/
About MoJo Coastwalk
Morgan (Mo) and Jocelyn (Jo) both earned their Master’s degrees in Coastal Marine Resource Management from the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management at UC Santa Barbara. Following graduation, they each spent a year working in government agencies to gain experience in marine policy. During this time, they learned about the California Coastal Trail and decided to through-hike the trail in the summer of 2016 to raise awareness about the need to complete the CCT, and celebrate the 40th year anniversary of the Coastal Act.
They will be receiving funding support from the State Coastal Conservancy through an Explore the Coast grant, as well as logistical support from the California Coastal Trail Association, Coastwalk California, California Coastal Commission, and California State Parks.
Please join us THIS Wednesday, March 9th at 7pm:
Refocus: Training Your Brain for Balance, Calm, Confidence, & Connection
In Dave’s words, “The research is clear – this practice of refocusing reduces stress and anxiety, improves relationships and performance, and contributes to physical and psychological well-being. Currently there is no pill on the market with as much promise and as few complications.”
Dave Mochel teaches principles and practices for being well that are based in modern neuroscience and enduring wisdom. He partners with businesses, schools, and individuals to make sure that attention and energy are focused on what is present, what is important, and what is effective. Dave received his BA in biology from Williams College, his Masters in humanistic education from SUNY New Paltz, and he has completed a clinical internship in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center. After spending 25 years teaching physics, neuroscience, well-being, and leadership in independent schools, Dave now works all over the world with executives, athletes, teachers, parents, and teens.
Applied Attention Consulting LLC
As always, admission is free. Bring a friend, a nosh or a bottle of wine to share.
Please join us for the 5th Annual HOLIDAY COCKTAILS for a CAUSE and The Art of the Classic Cocktail! with MixMistress Mandy Huffaker Chin.
Wednesday, December 9th at 7p
$20/per person (bring your own Martini or Wine Glass)
Proceeds benefit the Carpinteria Arts Center!
FABULOUS raffle prizes!!
Tickets are only $1/each or 6 for $5.
Attendance is limited!
Please RSVP by email: email@example.com or call 805-566-8953 by Monday Dec 7th to be “on the list!”