In rhyme, mime and mirth, this exciting comedy examines the familiar fairy tale from three points of view: the traditional, the Bears’, then Goldilocks’. Guilty or innocent? Was the young girl a selfish, spoiled brat, intruding where she didn’t belong? Or was she the victim of three conniving bears (and their animal “band of hoods” in the woods)? Complete with a hard-of-hearing judge, a harried clerk, two comic lawyers and a jury (of any size)—which gets involved in the action as tables, chairs, beds and forest animals–this charming comedy is perfect for performers of all ages.
Show runs from June 21st – June 30th
Show Times are as follows:
Fridays and Saturdays at 7:00pm
Sundays at 1:30pm
Celebrating Lompoc Valley’s flower growing heritage, the 67th Annual Flower Festival will be held June 26-30, 2019 at Ryon Park in Lompoc, California.
The Festival features carnival rides and games, arts and craft exhibitors, food booths and commercial vendors, musical entertainment, the flower festival parade (Saturday, 6/29) and fun for the whole family! The 2019 theme is “Summertime Fun & Friends”
The carnival, presented by Paul Maurer, is open all five days!Arts and Craft and Commercial vendors will be available Friday – Sunday. Food Booths will be open all five days. Main stage entertainment with paid admission.
Come down for bottomless breakfast beers, burritos and Cornhole.
We will be serving up our famous Beer-Mimosas, Orcutt Sunrise and Micheladas! Too early to drink? We have nitro cold brew coffee, a specialty nitro cold brew latte, and hot coffee for you.
El Sabor Latino Food Truck is preparing delicious breakfast burritos.
Cornhole Tournament starts at 10 am sharp. Check-in is from 9:30 to 9:45.
16 teams of 2 will battle it out, throw for throw, in this just-for-fun tourney. Each player must buy a pint in order to play…
To reserve a spot for your team, please see your favorite beertender for details.
*Don’t feel like playing, but want to watch the tourney with a coffee and a burrito? Please do!
Each year, thousands of visitors attend the Santa Barbara County Fair. The Fair showcases the community’s interests and talents, offering a unique assortment of activities to do and see. From jams and jellies, to pies, photography, homemade quilts and floriculture, the Santa Barbara County Fair provides visitors with an interesting mix of both community oriented and educational fun.
The Fair also feature award winning wines, fine art, and plenty of entertainment, including a destruction derby. This agriculturally oriented county fair features the State’s largest junior livestock auction, along with plenty of other plant and animal based agricultural exhibits.
There are plenty of carnival rides, animals, petting zoos, pony rides and of course, lots of fantastic fair food in a wholesome, old-fashioned atmosphere for the whole family to enjoy!