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Lynn Kirst P.
Santa Barbara Museum of Art Womenâ€™s Board
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Seen here in her
much younger days, Lynn
started horseback riding at the age of two.
One of her
earliest memories is being chased down the McMenemy Trail by an angry swarm of hornets, which clearly presaged todayâ€™s mountain bikers.
A fourth generation Californian, Lynn
holds a bachelorâ€™s in art history from the University of Southern California
, and a graduate certificate in historic preservation from the USC School of Architecture
She has held senior administrative positions at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Laguna Art Museum and the Southwest Museum.
Lynn was the founding president of Spectrum Tours, a museum travel company that she ran for 10 years, providing high-end educational trips for dozens of cultural institutions throughout the United States.
Lynn is a sustaining member of the Santa Barbara Museum of Art Womenâ€™s Board, and has served on the steering committee of the Museum Collectors Council.
When not riding her
horses or hiking the trails, Lynn
enjoys traveling, tennis, music, opera, history and cooking.
She was the editor of â€œSouthwest Cooks!
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Lynn P. Kirst
Montecito Journal | Seen Around Town
Co-chair Lynn Kirst is forever grateful to friend Todd Birns who loaned the air tubes and helped her design the event.
Thirty-five volunteers helped co-chairs Lynn Kirst and Mike Stoker double the goal with over 200 attending.
Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation Executive Director Jarrell Jackman with event Chair Lynn Kirst at the entrance
Montecito Journal | Montecito Miscellany
Longtime equestrian Lynn Kirst, a board member of the SB Trust for Historic Preservation, pulled out all the stops for a fundraising screening of "Los Primeros: The First Vaqueros," a 90-minute documentary on early horsemanship by local filmmakers Susan Jensen and Paul Singer at the Lobero Theatre on Friday.
"Originally only 150 guests were expected, with the movie viewing planned for the Presidio Chapel
, but the event became so over-subscribed we had to move it to the Lobero, which, thankfully, was available on the same date," says Lynn
, who also writes the "Trail Talk" column in this illustrious organ.
Montecito Journal | Archive
Lynn Kirst on the Humane Society of the United States, crackdowns on animal fighting and humane efforts of a civilized society