CHC Santa Barbara Housing Conference!

On April 10th, join me for an exciting day at the CHC Santa Barbara Housing Conference! I’m honored to be speaking on a panel discussing the opportunities and needs for millennials in our local housing market, so don’t miss out on this valuable information! ‪#‎SantaBarbara‬ ‪#‎RealEstate‬ ‪#‎Realtor‬‪#‎Millenials‬

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30th Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival!

Be sure to come to the 30th Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival! Get close to some of today’s most relevant directors and actors. Jennifer Aniston and Eddie Redmayne were honored last week. Don’t miss out as Steve Carell, Michael Keaton, Patricia Arquette and Ethan Hawke are awarded in grand fashion at this historic celebration of film. #SBIFF #SantaBarbara

8th Annual Ugly Sweater Concert

Bring out your ugliest holiday sweaters and head down to Soho Restaurant and Club tonight for the 8th Annual Ugly Sweater Concert! Not only will there be great food and music from popular local musicians, but you’re also helping out our community by raising funds for the #UnityShoppe and the East Side Boys and Girls Club. Doors open at 7:45. Click the image to purchase tickets. #SantaBarbara#UglySweater #ZachGill

4th Annual Teacher’s Fund Golf Tournament and Cocktail Party

We are so excited for the 4th Annual Teacher’s Fund Golf Tournament this Friday, October 3. Village Properties is aiming to raise $75,000 to help K-12 teachers! The event is being held at the Glen Annie Golf Course in Goleta. T-off time is 12PM, following that will be a putting competition, and ending with a catered dinner and silent auction and raffle. For those non-golfers there will be a cocktail party to attend! Tickets are still available for $50. It’s not too late to help support The Teacher’s Fund, contact Lara Castagnola at 805-683-7354 or email for donations and tickets.

Santa Barbara International Marathon – My First Time

Last weekend was the annual Santa Barbara International Marathon & 1/2 Marathon. Thousands of people came from all over the country, as well as overseas, to fill the streets and run their hearts out. The race started at Dos Pueblos High School in Goleta and ended at Santa Barbara City College near downtown. I got a call 24 hours before the race. My buddy’s relay team had someone drop out last minute. So they call me (who has done zero training since the Carpinteria Triathlon back in Sept) to run the longest leg (9 miles) of the relay. I warned them that I was not in running shape, but for them, I was a better option than being booted from the race. So I did it. And it hurt. And my legs still hurt. But it was an awesome experience, especially since I’d never done the SB Marathon before. Maybe next year I’ll actually train, and try to catch the Kenyan dude who always wins…(yeah right).