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11th Annual S.B. Harbor and Seafood Festival

Enjoy an abundance of the S.B. Channel's freshest seafood, arts and craft vendors, ship tours and boat rides, touch tanks, kids art projects, a raffle, and more.

When: Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Where: S.B. Maritime Museum, 113 Harbor Wy., #190, Santa Barbara

Cost: Free - $2

Age limit: Not available

Categories: Special Events

Description:

This signature event coincides with lobster season and features local commercial fishermen offering the Santa Barbara Channel’s freshest seafood. Fishermen and seafood vendors will provide thousands of festival-goers with an abundance of live lobster, crab, prawns, BBQ albacore, clam chowder, fish tacos, seafood gumbo and other prepared dishes. Arts and crafts vendors will offer jewelry, clothing, art, photography and other hand-crafted items. Ocean-related agencies will provide information and history about local ocean resources. Other activities include Maritime Museum films & exhibits, touch tanks, tall ship tours and free boat rides & dockside tours. Santa Barbara Harbor Merchants Association will sponsor local live entertainment on the main stage. So, mark your calendars for October 13th and visit: www.HarborFestival.org for more festival details.

· Painting demo by artist in residence Liz Madal on the patio
· Flagship Ranger Ship Tours (In front of SBMM)
· Chumash Booth (SBMM Lower Patio)
· Marine Reef Touch Tank (SBMM Upper Patio)
· Children’s Art Projects (SBMM Children’s Area)
· Raffle tickets on sale at Membership table ($5/ticket, $20/5 tickets, Available until 5 pm, SBMM Lower Steps and City Pier Booth)

Cost: $2 (Free for Members and children 6 and under) will gain you admission into the Museum and Tall Ship Dockside tour. Purchase tickets at the Dock Side tour or in the Museum Store. Visit: www.sbmm.org

Phone: 805-962-8404

Event posted Sept. 12, 2012
Last updated Sept. 12, 2012

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