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Posted on June 3 at 10:28 a.m.
The Goleta Public LIbrary has had a program for several years called "Paws to Read" that is open to the public and children of all schools. Children of all ages sign up with the library staff for appointments with certified handlers dogs of all shapes and sizes. All handlers are members of Channel City Kennel Club http://www.cckcdogs.com/. Two days a week there are two dogs available for appointments. Schedule a time with the Goleta Public LIbrary staff.
On KDB Reports: Animals + Reading = Fun!
Posted on February 4 at 2:16 p.m.
I was not at this event however and long for the earlier simple days of the film festival when average SB locals could afford to go. I’m not surprised at the review of this current event. Mr. Durling’s fumbling over himself with giddy nervousness at Colin Firth (the last SBIFF event I attended) was a sign that professionals should be involved in interviewing if audiences are paying to be there. Keep to your strengths Mr. Durling if you expect to raise money at SBIFF events with repeat attendees. Interviewing is not your strength.
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