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The Santa Barbara Harbor and Seafood Festival

  • October 11, 2013
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Mark your calendar for Saturday, October 12, 2013. That day, from 10 AM to 5 PM, the annual Santa Barbara Harbor and Seafood Festival will take center stage for must-attend Southern California fall events.

With the freshest seafood from the Santa Barbara Channel and wonderful musical entertainment, this festival is not to be missed. If you’re into gourmet food, you’ll enjoy cooking demonstrations by Chuck’s Waterfront Grill.

Should you hear the Pacific Ocean calling your name, you’ll love the tall ship tours by the Maritime Museum and the Santa Barbara Sailing Center boat rides. You’ll also celebrate the many hand made one-of-a-kind crafts offered by talented artisans.

One of the unique features of the Santa Barbara Harbor and Seafood Festival is your opportunity to meet and chat with local fishermen, actively fishing the harbor daily. Don’t forget this is lobster season–enjoy some of these Epicurean treats.

If you fall in love with the area, contact Karen Spechler, who has been serving all of your real estate needs in Santa Barbara since 1994. Karen has perfected her real estate expertise since 1976. A Santa Barbara native, Karen knows the area intimately, which helps her clients enjoy more successful real estate transactions.

Should you want to buy or sell a home in the Santa Barbara area, contact Karen Spechler to learn how her real estate expertise can improve your buying or selling experience.

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