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Barbara pic small 1The UNA-USA was founded in 1947 to promote stronger U.S. involvement in the United Nations. Our local chapter of the UNA-USA holds quarterly educational programs with speakers for the benefit of our members and the public. For more information, please read about us or contact the chapter by e-mailing info@unasb.org.


UPCOMING EVENTS  -  Mark your calendars!

Sun. Sept. 6, 9:30 & 11:00AM:

Sermon by Barbara Gaughen-Muller for Unitarian Universalists. "Peace is Possible..." Conejo Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 3327 Old Conejo Rd. Newbury Park CA 91320 805 492 8751.

Wed. Sept. 9, 7:00 AM:

Talk by Barbara Gaughen-Muller for the Rotary Club regarding the UN 70th Birthday and Rotary Peace Conference to be held at the Santa Barbara Club, 1105 Chapala with breakfast (at $18). Ask Barbara about attending as her guest.

Thurs. Sept. 10, noon:

Luncheon Speaker: Barbara Gaughen-Muller for Revolutionary Conversations Santa Barbara Associates..University Club 1332 Santa Barbara Street. rsvp 805 966 0853. $20

Sun. Sept. 20, 9:30 AM:

Peace Corner sermon by Barbara Gaughen-Muller for the Children Saint Andrews Presbyterian Church 4575 Auhay Drive Santa Barbara 93110

Sat. Oct 24th, 10:00-4:00

United Nations 70th Birthday: Walk for the UN 70th Birthday

YOU ARE INVITED TO WALK WITH US ON 10/24!

The 70th birthday of the United Nations will be celebrated by the UNA and The Sister Cities on Saturday, October 24th. We will join the Santa Barbara Open Streets Event on Cabrillo Blvd. which will once again become Santa Barbara’s longest public park for the day as over 2 miles of Cabrillo Blvd are transformed into a celebration of people-power to promote better health, flexibility, PEACE, and FUN. Join us on our birthday walk. Meet near the Bird Refuge at 10. Look for the UN Flag. Walk as long as you want and enjoy our 3 foot UN birthday cake at noon. For more information call 805 680 9445 or go to the UNA website www.unasb.org Bring your friends, flags and wear a blue t-shirt.

Click here for a printer-friendly flyer for the October 24 event.