November 3rd: Frank Goss, Vice-President of Sullivan & Goss Gallery, Subject: Water, and How Santa Barbara Became an Art Colony Because of It.
October 27th: Luke Swetland, President and CEO of Santa Barbara's Museum of Natural History, Subject: SBMNH - A Century of Connecting You to Nature.
October 20th: Madeline Ward, Santa Barbara's Acting Water Conservation Coordinator, Subject: Neither a Drip nor a Gusher Be - Tips for Conserving Water During the Drought.
October 13th: Lt. Butch Arnoldi, SB County Sheriff's Department, Introducing: Aco, Senior Member of the County's elite K-9 Officer Corps, and his handler, Sheriff's Deputy Ken Rushing.
October 6th: Lynn Brittner, Executive Director, Santa Barbara Historical Museum, Subject: Where the Museum is Today, and Where It is Going.
September 29th: Marylin Gilbert, Community Activist, Subject: Music and Justice, Both Seek Harmony in the Universe.
September 22nd: Drs. Hansma and Diaz-Perez, International Researchers and Physicians, Subject: Inventing a New, More Acurate Bone Strength Assessment Tool.
September 15th: Nick DiNapoli, Retired UCSB Design Professor, Subject: The Story of the China Clippers.
September 8th: Scott Riedman, SB Waterfront Director/Harbormaster, Subject: Santa Barbara Harbor Update.
September 1st: No Monday Forum, Labor Day celebrated
August 25th: Carly Shevitz, 470 Olympic Hopeful, Subject: Sailing for Olympic Gold - Rio, 2016!
August 18th: John C. Woodward, Attorney, Subject: 1872 - Santa Barbara Photographers Hayward & Muzzall create "Views of Santa Barbara and Vicinity"
August 11th: Mick Kronman, Harbor Operations Manager, Subject: The History of Santa Barbara's Fishing Fleet
August 4th: Sara Zak, Retired Naval Commander, Subject: The Current Military Sexual Assault Problem.
July 28th: David Bolton, Executive Director and CEO of California Missions Foundation, Subject: The California Missions - Before, During and Continuing Preservation Efforts After . . .
July 21st: Jorgen Kjaempe, SBYC Member and Restired Home Builder, Subject: My Life in Boats.
July 14th: Erin Graffy, Santa Barbara Historian and SBYC Member, Subject: Viva La Fiesta!
July 7th: Wendel Hans, SBYC Member, Subject: Searching for the Remains of the Santa Barbara Lighthouse.
June 30th: Angela Adan, Founder, Deserving Dogs Rescue and Rehabilitation, Subject: Speaking up for the Voiceless.
June 23rd: Jonathan Dobrer, PhD, Professor of Comparative Religions, American Jewish University, Subject: Islam - Understanding & Misunderstanding.
June 16th: Deborah Rogers, Volutneer - Dog Adoption & Welfare Group, Subject: DAWG - Saving Santa Barbara's Abandoned Dogs.
June 9th: Joan Easton Lentz, Naturalist, Teacher & Author, Subject: Santa Barbara's Natural History - What is It, and Why Should I Care?
June 2nd: Greg Gorga, Executive Director, Santa Barbara Maritime Museum, Subject: Honda - The Worst Naval Disaster During Peacetime in United States History.
May 26th: No Forum, Memorial Day Celebrated
May 19th: Chris Potter, Local Plein Air Artist, Subject: The Art of Persistance.
May 12th: Betsy Collins, Director of Horticulture, Subject: Native Plants for Your Garden - Water-Wise, Wildlife-Friendly, and Beautiful!
May 5th: David Bisno, MD, Founder of VISTAS, Retired Opthomologist, Subject: Breyer, Scalia, and the Embarrassing Second Amendment.
April 28th: Gloria Cavallero, SBHS Alumni Association, Subject: SBHS's Long Tradition of Academic Excellence Continues.
April 21st: Ines Roberts, Acclaimed Photographer, Subject: Two Films - Of Water, Boats, and Fantasy; Costa Rica.
April 14th: Jennifer Haake, SBMM Guest Services & Volunteer Coordinator, Subject: Why Maritime Museums Matter.
April 7th: Jonathan Ford, SBYC Member, Father, Firefighter, Subject: The Friendship Paddle - Channel Crossing October, 2013.
March 31st: Susan Plummer, PhD, Director, Santa Barbara Alliance for Living and Dying Well, Subject: The Five Wishes - Have You Had The Conversation?
March 24th: Jeff Shelton, Award Winning Architect, Subject: The Process of Architectural Design.
March 17th: Alexandra Cole, Principle, Preservation Planning Associates, Subject: The Ins and Outs of Saving Our Heritage.
March 10th: Willie McBride, Head Coach, SBYSF, Subject: Pursuing Dreams - Olympic Class 49-er Sailing.
March 3rd: Ruth and Buddy Ellison, Circumnavigators and co-authors, Subject: Full Circle - A 12-Year Journey Around the World.
February 17th: Tom Farr, PhD, Geologist at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laberatory, and SBYC Member, Subject: Roving the Red Planet: Recent Results from the Exploration of Mars.
February 10th: Roger Perry, Insurance Services and 8th Generation Santa Barbaran, Subject: Growing up in Paradise.
February 3rd: Karen Lee Stevens, President & Executive Director, All For Animals, Inc., Subject: Therapy Dogs Inspire Childhood Literacy!
January 27th: Sarah Meinzer, MSW & Community Outreach Coordinator, Alliance for Living & Dying Well, Subject: The 5 Wishes, Have You Had The Conversation?
January 20th: Edie Ostern, Retired Teacher/Artist, Subject: Alabama, The Klan and Me!
January 13th: Tim James, PhD, Co-Founder and Director of the Acuitas Medical, Subject: Improving Diagnosis & treatment of AD, Osteoporosis, and Liver Disease.
January 6th: Ron Boehm, SBYC Member & Sailor Extraordinaire, Subject: 40 Years of Sailing International 14s!