Tag archives: summer camps

Palate to Palette
By Lynda Millner   |   May 17, 2022

Carpinteria is like the Little Engine that Could. They wanted an arts center, so they worked, and worked, and now there is a thriving one at 865 Linden Avenue. The annual fundraiser was just held that allows the group to present programs for all kinds of artistic ventures for all ages. Two hundred folks attended […]

SB Kids Camps
By Kelly Mahan Herrick   |   April 5, 2018

A new community resource was released last week, to help parents navigate and research summer camp enrollment. SBKidsCamps.com is a resource page for all Santa Barbara parents who turn to camps every summer to entertain, educate, and excite their kids. Parents can quickly filter through Santa Barbara summer camps by session week, price, category, age, […]

James Paul Brown Turns 80
By James Buckley   |   April 5, 2018

Lots of people only know the name James Paul Brown for his unique paintings that appear on bottles of Sunstone wines. But that isn’t even half the story, as a short conversation with the now octogenarian Mr. Brown reveals. During our short talk at Sunstone Winery headquarters in Santa Ynez, James Paul tells me he […]