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Welcome to the Channel City Club

Wed., December 10, 2014

Annual Holiday Luncheon Program

Kristin LarsonSpeaker: Kristin Larson, Adventurer, Scientist and Attorney

Topic: “Our Polar Regions in Transition: Emerging Issues and Opportunities in a Time of Thaw”

Details & Reservations

Kristin Larson Lecture Info & Bio


Save the Date NEW YEAR’S DAY Thursday, Jan, 1 2015
Join with us at the Channel City Club for an early morning excursion to Pasadena, California to watch the 126th Rose Parade. Taking part in this year’s parade is our very own OLD SPANISH DAYS EQUESTRIAN UNIT that will ride in the 5-1/2 mile long Rose Parade on New Year’s Day. Limited Reserved Seating will be available on a first come basis.

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Welcome to the
Channel City Club

The Channel City Club was founded in 1946 in Santa Barbara, California, to provide the community with a local venue for outstanding speakers on state, national, and international issues. Our distinguished speakers are professionals in their chosen fields and are not paid by the Channel City Club.

We are a non-profit, non-partisan organization and endeavor to have all sides of controversial topics presented. Our Q&A period after each talk is for the purpose of information rather than debate and we take no official stance on any subject.

There are approximately 20 - 25 luncheons a year and there are no attendance limitations. You may attend as many programs as you like or that your schedule permits. We have a luncheon meeting format and there are no set meeting days as we attempt to accommodate the speakers' schedules.

Most of our luncheons are held at The Fess Parker, a DoubleTree by Hilton Resort. We also offer many special events for our members who chose to sign up for our additional opportunities.

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P.O. Box 2247
Santa Barbara, CA 93120
805-564-6223

 

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