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family, and other YouTube friends! | 7:30 p.m. The Granada Theatre, 1214 State St. 805/899-2222, granadasb.org.

16 Peoples’ Self-Help Housing Stuff the Bus Help “Stuff the Bus” with holiday gifts at Peoples’ Self-Help Housing’s annual holiday campaign. The local nonprofit is hosting its seventh annual Stuff the Bus Holiday Campaign through December 16 to collect toys and raise funds for 500 low-income children living at its affordable housing complexes on the Central Coast. Want to be a part of this heartwarming mission? Drop off a new toy, educational toy, or books at any of the donation sites. To donate via credit card, visit Peoples’ Self Housing offices, donate online at pshhc.org/donate. | 9

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a.m.-2:30 p.m., Peoples’ Self-Help Housing, 26 E. Victoria St., 805/962-5152, pshhc.org.

Solvang 3rd Wednesday Beer and Wine Walk Admission to Solvang’s Third Wednesday Wine and Beer Walk includes a ticket to sample two wines at five participating wine–and/or beer–tasting rooms, a specialty logo glass, and a map to help you navigate your way through all of the fun! Also on Jan. 20 and Feb. 17. | 3-7 p.m., Various locations throughout Solvang. solvangthirdwednesday.com.

17 Santa Barbara Maritime Museum 15th Anniversary Party Santa Barbara Maritime Museum invites you to its 15th anniversary party, which highlights the recent museum upgrades, including a mosaic mural by Patti Jacquemain. | 5 p.m. Santa Barbara Maritime Museum, 113 Harbor Way. 805/963-4408, sbmm.org.

17–19 “Humbug!” A (Lit Moon) Christmas Carol Enjoy Charles Dickens’ vivid language and haunting atmospheres, in a story about the Christmas Eve transformation of the flinty old miser, Ebenezer Scrooge. Played in the company’s physical, image-oriented style, five actors—and many puppets—bring more than 30 characters to life. | 7:30 p.m. Porter Theatre at Westmont College, 955 La Paz Rd. 805/565-7040, westmont.edu.

19–20 The Christmas Revels: In Celebration of the Winter Solstice “The Treasures of Spain” This favorite Santa Barbara seasonal theatrical production features a large, colorfully costumed company of actors, singers and dancers accompanied by an ensemble of traditional instruments. This year’s engaging and entertaining show is subtitled “The Treasures of Spain” and transports audiences to the crossroads of southern Spain, where indigenous Iberian, Moorish/Arabic and Sephardic/ k

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Santa Barbara SEASONS Magazine, Winter 2015/16  

Santa Barbara Seasons is a resource for locals and visitors alike with lush visuals, engaging features and invaluable information on events,...

Santa Barbara SEASONS Magazine, Winter 2015/16  

Santa Barbara Seasons is a resource for locals and visitors alike with lush visuals, engaging features and invaluable information on events,...

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