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Special thanks to Chris Coulter and HiFi Club for supporting Science Pub.

Join our fun and friendly conversation, and quench your thirst for knowledge about science and nature. Whether you are a science genius or not-so-science-savvy, you are invited to participate in stimulating discussions and partake in some lively libations.

We meet at Dargan's Irish Pub & Restaurant in Santa Barbara. Science Pub is open to all and admission is free. No reservations, please arrive early ~5:30PM for a seat and to order food and drink. Dargan's is located at 18 E. Ortega Street. Some street parking is available, and Lot#10 is conveniently located adjacent to Dargan's (first 75 minutes free).

Questions: Call 805-682-4711 ext. 170 or



2015 Science Pubs Occur on the Second Monday of Every Month



The Science Behind Clean Creeks and Healthy Beaches
with Jill Murray, Ph.D., City of Santa Barbara Water Quality Research Coordinator
Monday, September 14, 2015
6:30-8:00 PM

The City of Santa Barbara’s Creeks Division uses applied science to investigate stormwater pollution and assess the performance of water quality improvement efforts. Sip a pint while learning about beach water quality, microbial source tracking, pesticide trends, toxicity testing, bioassessment, drought effects, and how applied science helps keep our creeks and beaches healthy and clean.





The 16th Annual Creek Week will take place September 19-27, 2015!

Creek Week is an annual celebration of our creeks, watersheds, and the ocean, with many local organizations hosting events to help build awareness and stewardship of the natural treasures of Santa Barbara, Goleta, and Carpinteria.  Find our more information at






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