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Mission Santa Barbara
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Mission Santa Barbara is the tenth mission to be part of the 21 historic Spanish Missions of Early California. It's Memorial day weekend during the Madonnari Chalk Art Festival.  Thousands come to see art from local artists that benifit the children's education program in Santa Barbara.

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