Maritime fun for the whole family, including arts and crafts activities, hard hat diving demos, sea song sing-a-longs, live music, food, surf art, and more.
When: Saturday, April 28, 2012, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Where: S.B. Maritime Museum, 113 Harbor Wy., #190, Santa Barbara
Cost: Free - $4
Age limit: Not available
Categories: Special Events
Cost: Free (members), $4 (non-members), Kids under 12 free.
For more information call: (805) 962-8404, x115 or visit www.sbmm.org
Santa Barbara’s rich maritime history comes to life. Activities include: maritime themed scratch art and printmaking, hard hat diving demonstrations, sea song sing-a-longs, a Chumash tomol boat paddle, live music and two viewings (11:30 am and 1:30 pm) of the film Santa Barbara and the Sea - 13,000 years of Maritime History. Dockside tours will be available of the tall ship Bill of Rights as well as SBMM’s Flagship Ranger.
A special sunset sail aboard the tall ship Bill of Rights is available from 5 – 7:30 pm (boarding at 4:30 pm) Adults: $40 (ages 13 +); Juniors: $19 (ages 4-12).
Schedule of Events:
11am – 4 pm
· Tall Ship Bill of Rights and SBMM Flagship Ranger Dockside Tours
· Maritime Themed Scratch Art and Printmaking
· Ship in a Bottle Demonstration
· Hard Hat Diving Demonstrations
· Chumash Booth with Tomol Paddle at 12 noon
· Exhibit Opening: The Lost Posters of Santa Barbara by Surf Artist Rick Sharp, on display through April 2014
12 pm – 2 pm
Meet the Surf Artist - Rick Sharp during his Exhibit opening; Lost Posters of Santa Barbara
12:30 – 1 pm
Sea Song Sing-a-long
1:30 – 2:30 pm
Dixie Hicks Band
12 noon – 3 pm
Special Sea Festival Tastings by Chuck’s Waterfront Grill
11:30 am & 1:30 pm
Munger Theater showings of Santa Barbara and the Sea 13,000 years of Maritime History
5 – 7:30 pm
Sunset Sail aboard tall ship Bill of Rights (boarding at 4:30 pm) $40 (ages 13 +); Juniors: $19 (ages 4-12). Call 805-962-8404 x 115 for tickets
SBMM is hosting the visiting tall ship Bill of Rights, for a week-long Marine Science Program, kindly sponsored by Roger and Sarah Chrisman. This program sends 6th – 9th graders out to sea on a 3-hour cruise, utilizing their math and science skills in an ocean setting. The American Tall Ship Institute (ATSI) operates the Bill of Rights, a 137’ wooden schooner built in 1971 in South Bristol, Maine.
Event posted March 22, 2012
Last updated March 22, 2012