Katie Hershfelt

Cultivate Events

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Katie Hershfelt is director of Cultivate Events.

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A slew of events celebrating Julia Child and her love of food and drink will hit Santa Barbara during March 13-15, 2020.

Julia Child's coastal cuisine comes alive along the American Riviera

A slew of events celebrating Julia Child and her love of food and drink will hit Santa Barbara during March 13-15, 2020.

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Wintertime is when some of the most exciting and unusual citrus varieties hit the Santa Barbara Farmers Market.

Citrus galore at Santa Barbara Farmers Market

Wintertime is when some of the most exciting and unusual citrus varieties hit the Santa Barbara Farmers Market.

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A new restaurant in Montecito takes the concept of fine dining along the Central Coast to a whole new level.

Opulent desserts by The Silver Bough’s Margarita Kallas Lee

A new restaurant in Montecito takes the concept of fine dining along the Central Coast to a whole new level.

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