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*All events, times, and dates are subject to change.

Yappy Hour
First Friday of Every Month
Malibu Lumber Yard. If Fido has a penchant for sniffing out hairy social situations, lead him on over to Malibu Lumber Yard on the first Friday of every month for YAPPY HOUR. Meet-ups are in front of the James Perse shop at 3:30 p.m., when the first order of business is a dog walk around Legacy Park. At 4 p.m. the sniffing of others gets down to business during two hours of socializing over vino, light bites, and doggie treats. It’s the perfect way to meet people and their pups. For more information please click here.

Santa Barbara International Film Festival
January 15–25, 2020
Santa Barbara locations. Theaters all around town pay homage to this this world-class celebration of the art of cinema by showing more than 200 films. Industry panels, workshops, and networking opportunities costar along with a presentation of the American Riviera Award to present Renée Zellweger. For more information and to purchase tickets please click here.

Beautiful: The Carole King Musical
January 22–23, 2020
Performing Arts Center San Luis Obispo. Carol Klein’s come a long way. Follow the Brooklynite on her road to fame as a music legend, wife of Gerry Goffin, and preeminent songwriter and performer in this musical bio of the woman who penned songs that comprise the soundtrack of a generation. For more information and to purchase tickets please click here.

John Mayall
January 23, 2020
The Canyon, Agoura Hills. Virtuoso guitarist John Mayall is world-class. At the ripe age of 86, he’s worked with the best of the best—Eric Claption, Peter Green, John McVie, Mick Taylor—and is known to many as the godfather of blues. Catch his show, which encapsulates his 60-year history of music making, including his days as founder of the Bluesbreakers, as well as his hits from albums such as Blues From Laurel Canyon, Bare Wires, and Looking Back. For more information and to purchase tickets please click here.

Cambria Art & Wine Festival
January 24–26, 2020
Cambria locations. If the works of locally produced art don’t inspire appreciation, than the destination itself will.. Slated activities showing off the community’s diverse offerings include a Farm-to-Easel exhibition, silent auctions, wine tastings, an Artists Faire, demonstrations, raffles, and parties. For more information and to purchase tickets please click here.

Nun Run
February 1, 2020
La Reina High School and Middle School, Thousand Oaks. After five years, it’s practically a habit, so be a part of the sixth annual Nun Run, sponsored by those altruistically hip Sisters of Notre Dame (SND). Start off by carbo loading at a pancake breakfast, followed by running in a 5K, a 1-mile fun run, or even a virtual run. Proceeds support the SND Life & Ministry Fund, which provides spiritual, educational and social outreach locally and around the world. Afterward, meet the reps of local nonprofits at the on-site community service fair to find out how to assist others in need. For more information and to register please click here.

Pismo Beach Monarch Butterfly Grove
Through February 28, 2020
North Beach Campground, Pismo Beach. See nature at its finest when tens of thousands of butterflies congregate at the Pismo Beach Monarch Butterfly Grove. At this time of year, the eucalyptus and pine trees are often ablaze with tens of thousands of these butterflies hanging in clusters. But these winged beauties travel sans calendars, so the expected dates of their appearance and departure aren’t a sure thing. Check the website for updates. For more information please click here.

Mardi Gras Ball
February 29, 2020
Hyatt Regency Westlake, Westlake Village. Find out who will be crowned king and queen of the Mardi Gras Ball. It could be anyone who has made significant contributions to the Greater Conejo Valley through actions, talents, dedication, or financial support. The fundraiser supports Community Conscience Human Services Center, which currently houses 13 social service organizations at no charge. For more information and to purchase tickets please click here.

Santa Barbara County & Beyond: Recent Photographic Landscapes by George Rose
Through March 16, 2020
This month, The Wildling Museum in Solvang will highlight 20 stunning landscape photographs by George Rose, a veteran photojournalist who has spent 45 years behind the lens. His work has appeared in the L.A. Times, USA Today, Time, Newsweek, and Rolling Stone. The snapshots shown here range from the rolling hills of the Santa Ynez Valley to the vineyards of Sonoma County and beyond. For more information and to purchase tickets please click here.

Egypt’s Lost Cities
Through April 12, 2020
Reagan Presidential Library and Museum, Simi Valley. View more than 200 artifacts from two ancient Egyptian cities that slipped into the sea centuries ago. Discovered by underwater archeologist Franck Goddio, the remains represent a civilization that resided in a major center of power, wealth, trade, and artistry. For more information and to purchase tickets please click here.

Bruce Munro Field of Light at Sensorio
Through June 30, 2020
Paso Robles. This epic art installation--now extended through June 30--doubles as an unforgettable holiday season activity that will delight the whole family. The 15-acre walk-through work of art by internationally renowned artist Bruce Munro covers the rolling hills of Paso Robles with more than 58,800 stemmed, solar-powered spheres lit by fiber-optics. It's a photo op like none other. For more information and to purchase tickets please click here. Photo Courtesy of David Greer.