Louise Lowry Davis Center, 1232 De La Vina St, Goleta California
The Santa Barbara Sport Fishing Club is a non-profit organization. Its objectives include references to protection and conservation, legislation, the promotion of relationships with landowners and other sportsmen, respect for Fish and Game laws, the dissemination of data on the positive aspects of fish and wildlife, and information related to techniques and current conditions. Its primary yearly goal is to create educational fishing opportunities for disadvantaged and underprivileged youth. Activities include freshwater fishing, with largemouth bass, trout, catfish, and red ear perch.
Mailing Address: SBSFC, Post Office Box 934, Goleta, California 93116.
Other Sports and Sporting Events nearby:
(Springville) Balch Park Pack Stations
(Santa Maria) CHR Eastwind Ranch
(Goleta) Santa Barbara Sport Fishing Club
(Santa Barbara) Stardust Sportfishing
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12/14 Coming to The Goleta area
OC Greek Food Fest Anaheim CA May17-19 The OC Greek Food Festival celebrates the best of Greek food, music, dancing and culture. Experience authentic Greek foods and homemade Greek pastries; traditional Greek dancing and Greek music.
Baroque Music Festival Corona del Mar CA June16-23 We strive for historically stylistic interpretations of the great masterpieces of the Baroque period.
Festival Mosaic San Lui Obispo CA July16-28 Five centuries of music on the central California coast.
Santa Barbara Greek Festival Santa Barbara CA July27-28 Enjoy delectable festival favorites like gyros and moussaka. And no Greek village would be complete without homemade pastries from Yiayia's traditional recipes: baklava, melomakarona, and kataifi are just a few of the sweet treats to delight you.
Antique And Garden Show Bakersfield CA August12-13 =The show features 200 dealer spaces, located on five tree covered acres, 30 historic buildings, a variety of great food, and live blues and jazz music.