February 3rd from 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. at Brandon School
It’s not often that you feel good about eating cake for breakfast, but we have the perfect excuse. We are celebrating the City’s 22nd birthday at our upcoming Coffee and Community (Café y Comunidad) event on Saturday, February 3 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at Brandon School (195 Brandon Drive). We will be serving up birthday cake from Anna’s Bakery and kids who attend can make birthday cards for the City to be displayed at the Goleta Valley Library. This bilingual event will have live Spanish interpretation.
Mayor Paula Perotte, City Councilmember Kyle Richards, and City staff from various departments look forward to meeting you, your family, and friends.
Mayor Paula Perotte said, “Bring your friends and neighbors and any questions, concerns, or ideas you have. This is the perfect opportunity to get caught up, get to know each better, hear important updates, and get your questions answered.”
Councilmember Kyle Richards said, “I’m eager to connect with the residents of District 3 to hear their concerns and discuss what the City has been working on in this area. We are always looking for ways to better address the needs of our community, and this is a great way to meet and hear from our constituents directly.”
The event will be held in the school’s Multi-Purpose Room (MPR). The playground will be open as well but unsupervised.
There will be plenty of time for mingling and a chance to talk one on one with the Mayor, Councilmember Richards and the staff who are attending to address topics of importance to the neighborhood.
This will be the fourth Coffee & Community / Café y Comunidad event held by the City across the four Goleta districts.
We will have free Live • Work • Play giveaways as well. Join us for all or part of the morning, we are hoping for a great turnout!
See you Saturday!