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COAST Walking Wednesdays

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COAST Walking Wednesdays are on the 4th Wednesday of the month from March thru September. Walking Wednesdays is a series of free, local walking tours around Santa Barbara during the Spring and Summer months.  COAST organizes these walks to promote safe, fun and educational walking in Santa Barbara, as part of our Santa Barbara Walks program umbrella. Each Walking Wednesday explores a different area and theme.  “Archaeological History Along the Santa Barbara Waterfront,” with John Johnson, Ph.D., Curator of Anthropology, Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History Archaeological research demonstrates that Chumash Indians inhabited various locations along the Santa Barbara waterfront for many thousands of years.  We will visit those places and discuss what was learned from excavations that took place there.  We will share what is known regarding Chumash history and traditions associated with particular sites. Dr. John Johnson has served for 33 years as Curator of Anthropology at the Santa Barbara Museum… Read more

COAST Walking Wednesdays are on the 4th Wednesday of the month from March thru September.

Walking Wednesdays is a series of free, local walking tours around Santa Barbara during the Spring and Summer months.  COAST organizes these walks to promote safe, fun and educational walking in Santa Barbara, as part of our Santa Barbara Walks program umbrella. Each Walking Wednesday explores a different area and theme. 


“Archaeological History Along the Santa Barbara Waterfront,” with John Johnson, Ph.D., Curator of Anthropology, Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History Archaeological research demonstrates that Chumash Indians inhabited various locations along the Santa Barbara waterfront for many thousands of years.  We will visit those places and discuss what was learned from excavations that took place there.  We will share what is known regarding Chumash history and traditions associated with particular sites. Dr. John Johnson has served for 33 years as Curator of Anthropology at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History.  He specializes in Chumash cultural history and prehistory.

LOCATION: Meet at the ‘Plaza Del Mar’ sign near the corner of Castillo St. & Shoreline Dr.  Parking is available along Castillo St. or in the Pershing Park Ballfields/Carriage House parking lot.

Sponsor

COAST: Coalition for Sustainable Transportation

Place

Corner of Castillo Street & Shoreline Drive
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