Encanto, All Things Beautiful, presents a Lobero Theatre Fundraising Event* to celebrate the 4th anniversary of the lovely shop located in La Arcada.
During 1st Thursday Art walk on November 6, Encanto will be starting the fun early with style salons beginning at 1PM and continuing with live music by the idiomatiques as they play Gypsy Jazz in the style of Django Reinhardt. There will be a raffle with a chance to win a pair of tickets to see Gypsy jazz afficionado’s Dorado Schmitt and the Django Festival All-Stars at the Lobero on November 11, as well as other great prizes. Plus, enjoy wine, Gypsy fortune telling and other gorgeous encounters.
*Encanto will be donating a portion of any sales that day to the Lobero Theatre, so we hope to see a packed shop next Thursday!
1st salon: 1:00 – 2:30 pm / 2nd salon: 2:30 – 4:00 pm Holiday Dressing Santa Barbara Style
There is very limited seating for the style salon events so book reservations asap by calling the shop @ 805.722.4338 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Big thank you to Event sponsors Peggy Mathis: hair stylist, Salon Marceline. Shannon Loar-Cote: make up. Hello Gorgeous models. Luna, Gypsy fortune teller extraordinaire
e n c a n t o 1114 state street number 22 (located in La Arcada) Santa Barbara, CA 93101 / 805.722.4338 / email@example.com Shop hours: Monday thru Saturday 11 – 6 & Sunday 12 – 5
Watch more of Dorado Schmitt and the Django Festival All-Stars here, and get your tickets for this incredible evening of Gypsy jazz from the masters.
Three of Santa Barbara’s historic theaters, The Granada Theatre, the Lobero Theatre, and the Ensemble Theatre Company at the New Vic, each with their own rich history, are collaborating in a new partnership to further promote our thriving performing arts scene. By working together as the Santa Barbara’s Historic Theatre District these three theaters are ushering in a new era of cooperative programming and access to the performing arts to Santa Barbara’s savvy patrons and presenters.
1st Thursday: After Hours heats up with spring with three more evenings in Santa Barbara’s Historic Theatre District hosted by the Lobero Theatre (Apr 3), the Granada Theatre (May 1) and The New Vic (Jun 5) who are offering fun new ways to access Santa Barbara’s Performing arts after dark.
Stay tuned for more exciting announcements from this partnership.