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Holiday lights.

Holiday lights.


Tis The Season

A Guide to Holiday Mirth


It’s the most wonderful time of the year again, and luckily for you, our self-proclaimed Indy Holiday Enforcer, Rachel Weight, has undertaken the overwhelming yet exciting task of compiling and organizing every single holiday event in Santa Barbara.

In the following pages you’ll find that Santa Claus is managing multiple photo-ops; carolers and tubas are performing your favorite holiday tunes on every street corner; there are not one but 10 performances of The Nutcracker; and enough fun and funky arts and crafts fairs to get gifts for every quirky relative on your list. And who says it never snows in Santa Barbara? They must have forgotten about Winter Funderland! This holiday season, make time to take the Trolley of Lights for a tour of the most fantabulously decorated houses in S.B., ride the Candy Cane Train, or light a star in remembrance of someone you love. For the young to the young at heart, in these next few pages you’re sure to find plenty of choices to fill your social calendar with holiday cheer.

Thursday, November 29

STEPPIN’ OUT

13th Annual La Arcada Christmas Walk

Listen to strolling carolers and holiday jazz, take a photo with Santa, and enjoy the tree-filled court transformed into a winter wonderland. Retail stores and specialty shops stay open later, each with special festive spirit. 5-8pm. La Arcada, 1114 State St. Call 966-6634.

15th Annual Candy Cane Train

Ride a festive miniature train and check out the Toy Trains and Teddy Bears! exhibit. Guests also receive a voucher good for a future ride on the museum train. 1-4pm. South Coast Railroad Museum, 300 N. Los Carneros Rd., Goleta. $3.50 per ride; additional rides $1 each. Call 964-3540.

Friday, November 30

BELLS & WHISTLES

A Candlelight Christmas

The UCSB Chamber Choir serenades with Gaudete, Concierto de Navidad, as well as traditional Christmas carols from America and Europe with an instrumental ensemble. 8pm. St. Anthony’s Seminary Chapel, 2300 Garden St. $5-$15. Call 893-7001.

Westmont Choir
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Westmont Choir

Westmont’s Third Annual Christmas Festival

Traditional and contemporary holiday music performed by Westmont’s Chamber Orchestra and multiple choirs, as well as dance, dramatic readings, and visual arts. 8pm. First United Methodist Church, 305 E. Anapamu St. Free. Call 565-6889.

PARADING AROUND

56th Annual Old-Town Milpas Street Holiday Parade

Dancing, floats, and top-notch musical performances! 6:30pm. Begins at Cota and Milpas streets and ends at Mason St. Call 455-7710.

SEASONAL STAGINGS

The Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge

Presented by Lompoc Civic Theatre, the comic sequel to Charles Dickens’ classic is fun for the whole family. 7:30pm. Lompoc Civic Auditorium, 217 S. L St. $10-$12. Call 735-act1.

STEPPIN’ OUT

15th Annual Candy Cane Train

Ride a festive miniature train and check out the Toy Trains and Teddy Bears! exhibit. Guests also receive a voucher good for a future ride on the museum train. 1-4pm. South Coast Railroad Museum, 300 N. Los Carneros Rd., Goleta. $3.50 per ride; additional rides for $1 each. Call 964-3540.

Catholic Charities Mistletoe Ball

Fine dining, dancing to a live band, and an entertaining auction to help fight homelessness. 6pm. Four Seasons Biltmore Hotel. 1260 Channel Dr. $275. Call 965-7045 x109.

Pacific Pride Foundation Holiday Celebration

Bring your favorite holiday dessert to celebrate the season and view art in observance of World Aids Day. 5:30-9pm. Muddy Waters Cafe, 508 E. Haley St. Free. Call 963-3636.

Winterfest Tree-Lighting Ceremony

Solvang’s annual holiday celebrations begin with music, refreshments, caroling, and even an appearance by Old Saint Nick. 5pm. Solvang Park, Mission Dr. and First St. Call 688-6144 or visit solvangUSA.com.

WRAP IT UP

22nd Annual Folk and Tribal Arts Marketplace

More than 50 adventurous international dealers sell their unique wares and treasures, with international music, dance, and food while you shop! 10am-5pm. S.B. Museum of Natural History, 2559 Puesta del Sol Rd. Call 682-4711 x123.

The Boutique at Winchester Commons

A large selection of gift items, ornaments, and holiday decorations. 11am-7pm. Winchester Commons Clubhouse, 7965 Winchester Circle, Goleta.

Saturday, December 1

BELLS AND WHISTLES

Tis the 60th Season!

The S.B. Chorale Society presents its annual musical program, hoping you’ll let music feed your soul while helping feed the hungry in our community. Bring a nonperishable item to donate and be entered in the raffle! 8pm. First Presbyterian, 21 E. Constance Ave. $18-$20. Call 965-6577.

Westmont’s Third Annual Christmas Festival

Traditional and contemporary holiday music performed by Westmont’s Chamber Orchestra and multiple choirs, as well as dance, dramatic readings and visual arts. 8pm. First United Methodist Church, 305 E. Anapamu St. Free. Call 565-6889.

PARADING AROUND

Winterfest Parade

Danish dancers, musical groups, and Santa celebrate “Yuletide, A Scandinavian Christmas.” 11am. Parade travels from Mission Santa Ines to Alisal Rd., Solvang. Call 688-6144 or visit solvangUSA.com.

SEASONAL STAGINGS

Gustafon School of Ballet Holiday Show

The youngest children, ages 3-5 years, of the school, as well as the tap and jazz students of all ages, perform to both classical and popular holiday-themed music, woven around the classic tale ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas. 11am and 2pm. Lobero Theatre, 33 E. Canon Perdido St. $12-$27. Call 963-0761.

Johnny Rocker and the Sorcerer’s Phone

Alpha Resource Center presents an original play that fuses Harry Potter and the Beatles, plus a large arts and craft sale and silent auction. 2pm. Marjorie Luke Theatre, 721 E. Cota St. Free. Call 683-2145.

It’s Christmas, Snoopy! on Ice

Good grief! Share the magic with extreme trampoline artists, beautiful skating routines, and more with the most famous beagle and his friends. 4 and 7pm. Arlington Theatre, 1317 State St. $12-$68. Call 583-8780 or visit ticketmaster.com.

The Nutcracker

Gustafson Dance presents the classic tale of Clara, her Nutcracker prince, and all the magical characters they encounter. 7pm. Lobero Theatre, 33 E. Canon Perdido St. $12-$27. Call 963-0761.

The Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge

Presented by Lompoc Civic Theatre, the comic sequel to Charles Dickens’ classic is fun for the whole family. 7:30pm. Lompoc Civic Auditorium, 217 S. L St. $10-12. Call 735-act1.

STEPPIN’ OUT

15th Annual Candy Cane Train

Ride a festive miniature train and check out the Toy Trains and Teddy Bears! exhibit. Guests also receive a voucher good for a future ride on the museum train. 1-4pm. South Coast Railroad Museum, 300 N. Los Carneros Rd., Goleta. $3.50 per ride; additional rides $1 each. Call 964-3540.

Citizens Planning Association & Foundation’s Holiday Party and Silent Auction

Holiday cheer, auction, and a “country store” of goodies. 5-8:30pm. Contemporary Arts Forum, 653 Paseo Nuevo. Kids 12 and under free, adults $30-$35. Call 966-3979.

Hospice of S.B. Light Up a Life Celebration

A night to remember those we love by lighting a star for the Hospice Tree. 5:30pm. Camino Real Marketplace, Goleta. Call 563-8820 or visit hospiceofsantabarbara.org.

La Cumbre Plaza Holiday Art Walk

Stroll the beautiful walkways and take in the handmade arts and crafts brought to you by local and visiting artisans. Pottery, jewelry, glass, photography, and more. 10am-dusk. La Cumbre Plaza. Call 967-4602.

Noche de los Pinitos Gala

Casa del Herrero invites you to celebrate the “Night of the Little Trees,” with music, wine, and a Christmas feast, and original tabletop trees and gingerbread houses designed by leading architects, designers, and celebrities for purchase. 5-8pm. Casa del Herrero, 1387 E. Valley Rd, Montecito. $100-$125. Call 565-5653.

WRAP IT UP

22nd Annual Folk and Tribal Arts Marketplace

More than 50 adventurous international dealers sell their unique wares and treasures, with international music, dance, and food while you shop! 10am-5pm. S.B. Museum of Natural History, 2559 Puesta del Sol Rd. Call 682-4711 x123.

The Boutique at Winchester Commons

A large selection of gift items, ornaments, and holiday decorations. 11am-7pm. Winchester Commons Clubhouse, 7965 Winchester Circle, Goleta.

RAWA Holiday Handicraft Bazaar

Crafts, jewelry, carpets and more with live music and food, to benefit women and children in Afghanistan. 9am-4pm. 435 E. Pedregosa St. Call 569-2331.

Sunday, December 2

BELLS AND WHISTLES

Advent Organ Series

The four-week free series of holiday music begins with the music of Mahlon E. Balderston. 3:30-4:30pm. Trinity Episcopal Church, 1500 State St. Call 965-7419.

Tis the 60th Season!

The S.B. Chorale Society presents its annual musical program. Bring a nonperishable item to donate and be entered in the raffle! 3pm. First Presbyterian, 21 E. Constance Ave. $18-$20. Call 965-6577.

Westmont’s Third Annual Christmas Festival

Traditional and contemporary holiday music performed by Westmont’s Chamber Orchestra and multiple choirs, as well as dance, dramatic readings, and visual arts. 3pm. First United Methodist Church, 305 E. Anapamu St. Free. Call 565-6889.

SEASONAL STAGINGS

It’s Christmas, Snoopy! on Ice

Good grief! Share the magic with extreme trampoline artists, beautiful skating routines, and more with the famous beagle and his friends. 1 and 4pm. Arlington Theatre, 1317 State St. $12-$68. Call 583-8780 or visit ticketmaster.com.

The Nutcracker

Gustafson Dance presents the classic tale of Clara, her Nutcracker prince, and all the magical characters they encounter. 2pm. Lobero Theatre, 33 E. Canon Perdido St. $12-$27. Call 963-0761.

The Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge

Presented by Lompoc Civic Theatre, the comic sequel to Charles Dickens’ classic is fun for the whole family. 2pm. Lompoc Civic Auditorium, 217 S. L St. $10-$12. Call 735-act1.

STEPPIN’ OUT

15th Annual Candy Cane Train

Ride a festive miniature train and check out the Toy Trains and Teddy Bears! exhibit. Guests also receive a voucher good for a future ride on the museum train. 1-4pm. South Coast Railroad Museum, 300 N. Los Carneros Rd., Goleta. $3.50 per ride; additional rides $1 each. Call 964-3540.

20th Annual Motorcycle Toy Run

Every year the S.B. Motorcycle Toy Run provides new toys and needed funding to help low-income families for Christmas. At least 600 motorcycles will participate in the one-hour ride ending at the Elks Lodge, Goleta, with a huge raffle, BBQ, and band. 9-10:30am sign-in at Santa Claus Lane, Carpinteria. Ride at 10:45am. $25 donation per rider, plus a new, unwrapped toy. Call 689-3065 for more info.

Hospice of S.B. Light Up a Life Celebration

A night to remember those we love by lighting a star for the Hospice Tree. 5:30pm. Lobero Theatre lawn, 33 E. Canon Perdido St. Call 563-8820 or visit hospiceofsantabarbara.org.

WRAP IT UP

22nd Annual Folk and Tribal Arts Marketplace

Fifty adventurous international dealers sell their unique wares and treasures, with international music, dance, and food while you shop! 10am-5pm. S.B. Museum of Natural History, 2559 Puesta del Sol Rd. Call 682-4711 x123.

Global Gift Faire

Visit a fun and festive holiday market to find gifts that honor family and friends in the true spirit of the season. Find world items from fair trade organizations, make donations to local nonprofits, and give gifts that change the world. 8am-1:30pm. S.B. Parish at the Mission, 2201 Laguna St. Call 450-6111.

Monday, December 3

BELLS AND WHISTLES

Goleta Valley Community Orchestra Concert

This community group of nonprofessionals will share their love of classical holiday music with you in a free performance. 7:15-8:30pm. Wake Center, 300 N. Turnpike Rd. Free. Call 692-0853.

Tuesday, December 4

STEPPIN’ OUT

Finding the Way at Christmas

S.B. After Five Women’s Group presents a night of inspirational speakers and holiday songs. 6:30-8pm. Sizzler, 5555 Hollister Ave., Goleta. $15. Call 898-2232.

Wednesday, December 5

STEPPIN’ OUT

15th Annual Candy Cane Train

Ride a festive miniature train and check out the Toy Trains and Teddy Bears! exhibit. Guests also receive a voucher good for a future ride on the museum train. 1-4pm. South Coast Railroad Museum, 300 N. Los Carneros Rd., Goleta. $3.50 per ride; additional rides $1 each. Call 964-3540.

Celebrate Hanukkah and International Volunteer Day

Honoring Shirley and Seymour Leher, with special guest Dr. Loretta Redd of the Alzheimer’s Association. Latkes, live music, and children’s activities. 4-6pm. Bronfman Family Jewish Community Ctr., 524 Chapala St. Free. Call 957-1116 x113.

Thursday, December 6

STEPPIN’ OUT

15th Annual Candy Cane Train

Ride a festive miniature train and check out the Toy Trains and Teddy Bears! exhibit. Guests also receive a voucher good for a future ride on the museum train. 1-4pm. South Coast Railroad Museum, 300 N. Los Carneros Rd., Goleta. $3.50 per ride; additional rides $1 each. Call 964-3540.

Pictures with Santa!

Recite all the toys you want into his ear, sit on his lap, and take a picture for free! 5-8pm. Borders, 900 State St. Call 962-2098 x24.

Unsilent Night

Break out that old boombox and join Iridian Arts in “Unsilent Night” by Phil Kline and fill the Santa Barbara night with an ever-evolving holiday sound. 6:30pm. Contemporary Arts Forum, 653 Paseo Nuevo. Call 569-2391 or visit iridianarts.com.

WRAP IT UP

Borders Holiday Open House

In-store holiday festivities with shopping, crafts, and tasty treats. 7-9pm. Borders, 900 State St., and Borders, Camino Real Martketplace, Goleta. Call 899-3668.

Brooks Institute Holiday Show and Sale

For that artsy person on your list, select an original photograph or graphic design by up-and-coming artists, with proceeds benefiting the student artist. 5-8pm. Brooks Institute Cota Campus, 27 E. Cota St. Call 966-3888.

Friday, December 7

PARADING AROUND

55th Annual Downtown Holiday Parade, Seashells and Sleigh Bells

A colossal contingent of high-stepping marching bands, fabulous holiday floats, spectacular performance groups, local personalities, the Holiday Prince and Fairy, and of course, Santa Claus! 6:30pm. State and Sola streets. Call 962-2098.

STEPPIN’ OUT

15th Annual Candy Cane Train

Ride a festive miniature train and check out the Toy Trains and Teddy Bears! exhibit. Guests also receive a voucher good for a future ride on the museum train. 1-4pm. South Coast Railroad Museum, 300 N. Los Carneros Rd., Goleta. $3.50 per ride; additional rides $1 each. Call 964-3540.

Holiday Party and Artists’ Reception for Kids Draw Architecture

This year’s compositions portray the Mission Rose Garden, Plaza Rubio area, and the inspirational S.B. Junior High School building. Refreshments served. 5-7pm. Architectural Foundation Gallery, 229 E. Victoria St. Call 965-6307.

SEASONAL STAGINGS

The Night Before Christmas and Les Patineurs

Watch sugarplums dance and toys come to life with members of Montecito School of Ballet and S.B. Dance Theatre. 7:30pm. Lobero Theatre, 33 E. Canon Perdido St. $16.50-$22.50. Call 963-0761.

The Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge

Presented by Lompoc Civic Theatre, the comic sequel to Charles Dickens’ classic is fun for the whole family. 7:30pm. Lompoc Civic Auditorium, 217 S. L St. $10-$12. Call 735-act1.

WRAP IT UP

LifeChronicles Gift Wrapping

Get all your gifts wrapped for a good cause, with all donations benefiting this nonprofit that creates films of the terminally ill as keepsakes for their families. 10am-8pm. Borders, 900 State St. Call 966-3411 or email lifechronicles@gmail.org to volunteer.

Saturday, December 8

BELLS AND WHISTLES

Holiday Horns

Instrumental versions of popular Christmas tunes. 1-3pm, at the corner of State St. and Anapamu St. Call 962-2098 x24.

Santa Barbara Holiday Carolers Strolling downtown from 2-4pm.

SEASONAL STAGINGS

Christmas with the Kranks

Family Flick Night at La Cumbre Plaza! Pizza Mizza will have a selection of pizza slices available for purchase. Bring a folding chair and something to bundle up in and enjoy an outdoor movie. Kids art activities begin at 4:45pm, and a movie will be shown at 6pm. La Cumbre Plaza, State St. and Hope Ave. Free. Call 642-0605.

The Nutcracker

The 33rd Annual Santa Barbara Ballet Center performance, which S.B.’s only full-orchestra performance of the ballet classic. 2:30 and 7pm. Arlington Theatre, 1317 State St. $13.50-$27.50. Visit ticketmaster.com.

The Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge

Presented by Lompoc Civic Theatre, the comic sequel to Charles Dickens’ classic is fun for the whole family. 7:30pm. Lompoc Civic Auditorium, 217 S. L St. $10-$12. Call 735-act1.

Winterfest Nativity Pageant

Narrated by Efrem Zimbalist Jr. and accompanied by a choir, actors in traditional costumes, and live animals! 5 and 7pm. Solvang Festival Theater, 420 Second St. Free. Call 688-6144 or visit solvangUSA.com.

STEPPIN’ OUT

15th Annual Candy Cane Train

Ride a festive miniature train and check out the Toy Trains and Teddy Bears! exhibit. Guests also receive a voucher good for a future ride on the museum train. 1-4pm. South Coast Railroad Museum, 300 N. Los Carneros Rd., Goleta. $3.50 per ride; additional rides $1 each. Call 964-3540.

Hospice of S.B. Light Up a Life Celebration

A night to remember those we love by lighting a star for the Hospice Tree. 5:30pm. 789 Linden Ave., Carpinteria. Call 563-8820 or visit hospiceofsantabarbara.org.

Light Up the Night, The Artizan’s Ball

Sarah House and AIDS Housing Santa Barbara present their annual holiday benefit, with a silent auction with art, table-top holiday trees and wreaths, and exotic vacations. 6-10pm. S.B. Woman’s Club, 670 Mission Canyon Rd. $100. Call 882-1192.

Santa Paws Photo Op

Kids and dogs can have their pictures taken with the canine St. Nick, meet Molly the Paraplegic Pug, and help the Molly Inspires Foundation, which uses dogs with disabilities to educate youth about the human issue of disabilities. 10am-1pm. Off-Leash, 1103 State St. $15/picture. Call 275-2205.

Santa’s Starry Ride

See the stars from Santa’s home in the North Pole and then fly on his sleigh around the world to other exotic locations. 7:30 and 8:30pm. Gladwin Planetarium, S.B. Museum of Natural History, 2559 Puesta del Sol Rd. $3-$6. Call 682-4711 x405.

Trolley of Lights

Bring the kids for the hot apple cider and holiday treats aboard the 90-minute tour of the most super-fantabulously lit houses in S.B. It’s a holiday favorite, so RSVP early! Nightly through Dec. 23. 6:30pm. Meet at Stearns Wharf Dolphin Fountain. Children, $11.50; adults, $19. Call 965-0353 or visit sbtrolley.com.

WRAP IT UP

Holiday Art Bazaar and Benefit

An eclectic mix of art from over a dozen local artists, with a portion of sales benefiting the Unity Shoppe. Shoppers are encouraged to bring a toy for Toys for Tots or canned food to donate. 9am-5pm. Red’s Cafe, 211 Helena St. Call 680-3146.

Holiday Gifts

A workshop for scrap artists of all ages! 10am-noon. Art From Scrap, 302 E. Cota St. $6. Call 884-0459 or visit artfromscrap.org.

Holiday Nature Craft Workshop

Make old-fashioned crafts, wreaths, wrapping paper ornaments, and more with exquisite materials gathered from nature! 10am-noon. S.B. Botanic Garden Courtyard, 1212 Mission Canyon Rd. $35 member family up to four, $7 each additional person. $45 non-member family, $9 each additional person. Call 683-4726 x102.

La Cumbre Plaza Holiday Art Walk

Stroll the beautiful walkways and take in the handmade arts and crafts brought to you by local and visiting artisans. Pottery, jewelry, glass, photography, and more. 10am-dusk. La Cumbre Plaza. Call 967-4602.

LifeChronicles Gift Wrapping

Get all your gifts wrapped for a good cause, with all donations benefiting this nonprofit that creates films of the terminally ill as keepsakes for their families. 10am-8pm. Borders, 900 State St. Call 966-3411 or email lifechronicles@gmail.org to volunteer.

Wreath-Making Workshop

Garden manager Katie Sorenson demonstrates how to make a unique seasonal greenery wreath with succulents. Instruction and greenery provided, purchase frames and succulents on the day. 11am. Island View Nursery, 3376 Foothill Rd., Carpinteria. Call 684-1296.

Sunday, December 9

BELLS AND WHISTLES

Advent Organ Series

The second performer in this free Sunday series will be Charles Talmadge. 3:30-4:30pm. Trinity Episcopal Church, 1500 State St. Call 965-7419.

Dos Pueblos High School Winter Concert

The Concert Choir and Mixed Vocal Ensembles present an evening of great music. 7:30pm. Marjorie Luke Theatre, 721 E. Cota St. $7-$10. Call 968-2541.

Flying Dolphin Chorus

Strolling downtown singing your favorite holiday tunes from noon-3pm. Call 962-2098 x24.

Holiday Horns

Instrumental versions of popular Christmas tunes. 1-3pm. Borders, 900 State St.

HOLY HAPPENINGS

Family Hanukkah Concert

Debbie Friedman is a legend, a star, and a pioneer to fans of both traditional and modern Jewish music. 4pm. Temple B’nai B’rith, 1000 San Antonio Creek Rd. $10-$75.

SEASONAL STAGINGS

The Night Before Christmas and Les Patineurs

Watch sugarplums dance and toys come to life in the beautiful ballets choreographed and danced by members of Montecito School of Ballet and S.B. Dance Theatre. 3pm. Lobero Theatre, 33 E. Canon Perdido St. $16.50-$22.50. Call 963-0761.

The Nutcracker

The 33rd Annual Santa Barbara Ballet Center’s traditional performance, which S.B.’s only full-orchestra performance of the ballet classic. 2:30pm. Arlington Theatre, 1317 State St. $13.50-$27.50. Visit ticketmaster.com.

The Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge

Presented by Lompoc Civic Theatre, the comic sequel to Charles Dickens’ classic is fun for the whole family. 2pm. Lompoc Civic Auditorium, 217 S. L St. $10-$12. Call 735-act1.

STEPPIN’ OUT

15th Annual Candy Cane Train

Ride a festive miniature train and check out the Toy Trains and Teddy Bears! exhibit. Guests also receive a voucher good for a future ride on the museum train. 1-4pm. South Coast Railroad Museum, 300 N. Los Carneros Rd., Goleta. $3.50 per ride; additional rides $1 each. Call 964-3540.

Holiday Home Tour and Candlelight Tea

The Lompoc Hospital Foundation guides you to spectacularly decorated homes and a traditional Holiday tea. 11am-5pm. Hickory Street Cafe, Hickory and D St., Lompoc. $25. Call 736-4005.

Parade of Lights Party

Delectable treats, hot apple cider, and more than 35 professionally decorated yachts, fishing vessels, and pleasure boats of all sizes parade around Stearns Wharf. 5:30-7:30pm. Ty Warner Sea Center. $5-$7. Call 962-2526 x110.

Santa Paws Photo Op

Kids and dogs can have their pictures taken with the canine St. Nick, meet Molly the Paraplegic Pug, and help the Molly Inspires Foundation, which uses dogs with disabilities to educate youth about the human issue of disabilities. Noon-3pm. Healthy Pet, 3018 State St. $15/picture. Call 275-2205.

Trolley of Lights

Bring the kids for the hot apple cider and holiday treats aboard the 90-minute tour of the most super-fantabulously lit houses in S.B. It’s a holiday favorite, so RSVP early! Nightly through Dec. 23. 6:30pm. Meet at Stearns Wharf Dolphin Fountain. Children, $11.50; adults, $19. Call 965-0353 or visit sbtrolley.com.

WRAP IT UP

LifeChronicles Gift Wrapping

Get all your gifts wrapped for a good cause, with all donations benefiting this nonprofit that creates films of the terminally ill as keepsakes for their families. 10am-8pm. Borders, 900 State St. Call 966-3411 or email lifechronicles@gmail.org to volunteer.

Monday, December 10

ROCK THE HALLS

Johnny Blu Holiday Show

Contemporary jazz vocalist and songwriter Johnny Blu evokes the feelings and emotions of the classics, with his own personal, modern twist. 8:30pm. SOhO, 1221 State St. $20. All ages. Call 962-7776.

STEPPIN’ OUT

Trolley of Lights

Bring the kids for the hot apple cider and holiday treats aboard the 90-minute tour of the most super-fantabulously lit houses in S.B. It’s a holiday favorite, so RSVP early! Nightly through Dec. 23. 6:30pm. Meet at Stearns Wharf Dolphin Fountain. Children, $11.50; adults, $19. Call 965-0353 or visit sbtrolley.com.

Tuesday, December 11

STEPPIN’ OUT

Trolley of Lights

Bring the kids for the hot apple cider and holiday treats aboard the 90-minute tour of the most super-fantabulously lit houses in S.B. It’s a holiday favorite, so RSVP early! Nightly through Dec. 23. 6:30pm. Meet at Stearns Wharf Dolphin Fountain. Children, $11.50; adults, $19. Call 965-0353 or visit sbtrolley.com.

Wednesday, December 12

ROCK THE HALLS

Kathrin Shorr and Crosby Loggins 3rd Annual Silent Night

Two of the most talented singer/songwriters of their generation. 8pm. SOhO, 1221 State St. $10. All ages. Call 962-7776.

STEPPIN’ OUT

15th Annual Candy Cane Train

Ride a festive miniature train and check out the Toy Trains and Teddy Bears! exhibit. Guests also receive a voucher good for a future ride on the museum train. 1-4pm. South Coast Railroad Museum, 300 N. Los Carneros Rd., Goleta. $3.50 per ride; additional rides $1 each. Call 964-3540.

Trolley of Lights

Bring the kids for the hot apple cider and holiday treats aboard the 90-minute tour of the most super-fantabulously lit houses in S.B. It’s a holiday favorite, so RSVP early! Nightly through Dec. 23. 6:30pm. Meet at Stearns Wharf Dolphin Fountain. Children, $11.50; adults, $19. Call 965-0353 or visit sbtrolley.com.

Thursday, December 13

STEPPIN’ OUT

15th Annual Candy Cane Train

Ride a festive miniature train and check out the Toy Trains and Teddy Bears! exhibit. Guests also receive a voucher good for a future ride on the museum train. 1-4pm. South Coast Railroad Museum, 300 N. Los Carneros Rd., Goleta. $3.50 per ride; additional rides $1 each. Call 964-3540.

S.B. Therapy’s Annual Christmas Party

Tonic brings internationally known deejays Gene Farris, Frank Richards, and local favorite Calvin Riley. 10pm. Tonic, 634 State St. 21+ only. Call 897-1800.

Trolley of Lights

Bring the kids for the hot apple cider and holiday treats aboard the 90-minute tour of the most super-fantabulously lit houses in S.B. It’s a holiday favorite, so RSVP early! Nightly through Dec. 23. 6:30pm. Meet at Stearns Wharf Dolphin Fountain. Children, $11.50; adults, $19. Call 965-0353 or visit sbtrolley.com.

Friday, December 14

BELLS AND WHISTLES

Community Christmas Carol Sing-Along and Wassail Party

23rd annual event, with poetry readings by Diane Wyman and special guest appearances. 7:30-9pm. Trinity Episcopal Church, 1500 State St. Call 965-7419.

Santa Ynez Valley Chorale

Several area chorales join for a production of George Frideric Handel’s Messiah. 7:30pm. The Church at the Crossroads, 236 La Lata Dr, Buellton. $12-$15. Call 350-4241.

STEPPIN’ OUT

15th Annual Candy Cane Train

Ride a festive miniature train and check out the Toy Trains and Teddy Bears! exhibit. Guests also receive a voucher good for a future ride on the museum train. 1-4pm. South Coast Railroad Museum, 300 N. Los Carneros Rd., Goleta. $3.50 per ride; additional rides $1 each. Call 964-3540.

La Cumbre Plaza Holiday Art Walk

Stroll the beautiful walkways of La Cumbre Plaza and take in the handmade arts and crafts brought to you by local and visiting artisans. Pottery, jewelry, glass, photography, and more. 10am-dusk. La Cumbre Plaza. Call 967-4602.

Trolley of Lights

Bring the kids for the hot apple cider and holiday treats aboard the 90-minute tour of the most super-fantabulously lit houses in S.B. It’s a holiday favorite, so RSVP early! Nightly through Dec. 23. 6:30pm. Meet at Stearns Wharf Dolphin Fountain. Children, $11.50; adults, $19. Call 965-0353 or visit sbtrolley.com.

WRAP IT UP

Holiday Boutique Sneak Peek!

Designers from around the world offer an upscale experience, and a portion of the sales fund the Contemporary Art Fund’s exhibitions and educational programs. For CAF members only! 10am-6pm. Contemporary Arts Forum, 653 Paseo Nuevo. Free. Call 966-5373.

LifeChronicles Gift Wrapping

Get all your gifts wrapped for a good cause, with all donations benefiting this nonprofit that creates films of the terminally ill as keepsakes for their families. 10am-8pm. Borders, 900 State St. Call 966-3411 or email lifechronicles@gmail.org to volunteer.

Saturday, December 15

BELLS AND WHISTLES

Holiday Carolers

Strolling downtown today from 2-4pm.

Santa Ynez Valley Chorale

Several area chorales join for a production of George Frideric Handel’s Messiah. 7:30pm. The Church at the Crossroads, 236 La Lata Dr., Buellton. $12-$15. Call 350-4241.

Trinity Backstage 4th Annual Holiday Show

Doug Clegg and friends play songs of the season and songs from the heart in a benefit show for Estrella del Sur, an organization bringing educational training to people in the Peruvian Andes. Hot cider and snacks included! 8pm. Trinity Backstage, 1500 State St. $10 donation. Call 962-2970.

SEASONAL STAGINGS

Dr. Seuss’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas

Family Flick Night at La Cumbre Plaza! Pizza Mizza will have a selection of pizza slices available for purchase. Bring a folding chair, something to bundle up in and enjoy an outdoor movie. Kids art activities begin at 4:45pm, movie at 6pm. La Cumbre Plaza, State St. and Hope Ave. Free. Call 642-0605.

Nutcracker

Check out State Street Ballet’s innovative interpretation of Tchaikovsky’s holiday classic. 2 and 7pm. Lobero Theatre, 33 E. Canon Perdido St. $18-$48. Call 963-0761.

STEPPIN’ OUT

15th Annual Candy Cane Train

Ride a festive miniature train and check out the Toy Trains and Teddy Bears! exhibit. Guests also receive a voucher good for a future ride on the museum train. 1-4pm. South Coast Railroad Museum, 300 N. Los Carneros Rd., Goleta. $3.50 per ride; additional rides $1 each. Call 964-3540.

Santa Paws Photo Op

Kids and dogs can have their pictures taken with the canine St. Nick, meet Molly the Paraplegic Pug, and help the Molly Inspires Foundation, which uses dogs with disabilities to educate youth about the human issue of disabilities. 10am-1pm. Dioji, 7340 Hollister Ave., Goleta. $15/picture. Call 275-2205.

Trolley of Lights

Bring the kids for the hot apple cider and holiday treats aboard the 90-minute tour of the most super-fantabulously lit houses in S.B. It’s a holiday favorite, so RSVP early! Nightly through Dec. 23. 6:30pm. Meet at Stearns Wharf Dolphin Fountain. Children, $11.50; adults, $19. Call 965-0353 or visit sbtrolley.com.

Winter FUNderland

Snow in Santa Barbara? You bet! Frolic in 15 tons of snow with Santa, Frosty, and two special reindeer. Enjoy the planetarium show, “Santa’s Starry Ride,” winter stories, crafts, and snacks. Snow and most activities included with admission. 10am-4pm. S.B. Museum of Natural History, 2559 Puesta del Sol Rd. $5-$8, plus $1-$4 for extra activities. Call 682-4711 x405.

WRAP IT UP

Holiday Boutique

Designers from around the world offer an upscale experience, and a portion of the sales fund the Contemporary Art Fund’s exhibitions and educational programs. 10am-6pm. Contemporary Arts Forum, 653 Paseo Nuevo. Call 966-5373.

La Cumbre Plaza Holiday Art Walk

Stroll the beautiful walkways of La Cumbre Plaza and take in the handmade arts and crafts brought to you by local and visiting artisans. Pottery, jewelry, glass, photography, and more. 10am-dusk. La Cumbre Plaza. Call 967-4602.

LifeChronicles Gift Wrapping

Get all your gifts wrapped for a good cause, with all donations benefiting this nonprofit that creates films of the terminally ill as keepsakes for their families. 10am-8pm. Borders, 900 State St. Call 966-3411 or email lifechronicles@gmail.org to volunteer.

Mild-Mannered Holiday Monsters

With guest artists Julia Ford and Chloe Gray. A workshop for scrap artists of all ages! 10-noon. Art From Scrap, 302 E. Cota St. $6. Call 884-0459 or visit artfromscrap.org.

Sunday, December 16

BELLS AND WHISTLES

Advent Organ Series

Celebrate the season of meditation, anticipation, and celebration with the music of Emma Lou Diemer. 3:30-4:30pm. Trinity Episcopal Church, 1500 State St. Call 965-7419.

Edelweiss Choir Weihnachtskonzert

This year’s Christmas Concert features two carols in the Latvian language, excerpts from the famous Bohemian Shepherd’s Mass by Jakub Jan Ryba, and traditional Christmas songs, sung in English, German, and Latin. The $10 tickets will be available at Chaucer’s Books and at the door. 3pm. Trinity Lutheran Church, 909 N. La Cumbre Rd. Call 682-1537.

Flying Dolphin Chorus

Strolling downtown singing your favorite holiday tunes from noon-3pm. Call 962-2098 x24.

Holiday Horns

Instrumental versions of popular Christmas tunes. 1-3pm, corner of State and Anapamu streets. Call 962-2098 x24.

Santa Ynez Valley Chorale

Several area choirs join for a production of George Frideric Handel’s Messiah. 3pm. The Church at the Crossroads, 236 La Lata Dr., Buellton. $12-$15. Call 350-4241.

ROCK THE HALLS

Blind Boys of Alabama Christmas Show

Lift your spirits and ring in the holidays with the legendary Blind Boys, back by popular demand. 7pm. UCSB Campbell Hall. $19-$45. Call 893-3535.

Venice Holiday Concert

Surf-scented harmonies and folk-pop vocals for a night of Venice originals and popular Christmas carols. 8pm. SOhO, 1221 State St. $25. All ages. Call 962-7776.

SEASONAL STAGINGS

The Nutcracker

Check out State Street Ballet’s innovative interpretation of Tchaikovsky’s holiday classic. 2pm. Lobero Theatre, 33 E. Canon Perdido St. $18-$48. Call 963-0761.

STEPPIN’ OUT

15th Annual Candy Cane Train

Ride a festive miniature train and check out the Toy Trains and Teddy Bears! exhibit. Guests also receive a voucher good for a future ride on the museum train. 1-4pm. South Coast Railroad Museum, 300 N. Los Carneros Rd., Goleta. $3.50 per ride; additional rides $1 each. Call 964-3540.

Santa’s Coming to Town

Old Saint Nick makes a special photo op stop, free with museum admission. 1-4pm. Ty Warner Sea Center, 211 Stearns Wharf. $5-$8. Call 962-2526 x110.

Trolley of Lights

Bring the kids for the hot apple cider and holiday treats aboard the 90-minute tour of the most super-fantabulously lit houses in S.B. It’s a holiday favorite, so RSVP early! Nightly through Dec. 23. 6:30pm. Meet at Stearns Wharf Dolphin Fountain. Children, $11.50; adults, $19. Call 965-0353 or visit sbtrolley.com.

WRAP IT UP

Holiday Boutique

Designers from around the world offer an upscale experience, and a portion of the sales fund the Contemporary Art Fund’s exhibitions and educational programs. 10am-6pm. Contemporary Arts Forum, 653 Paseo Nuevo.

LifeChronicles Gift Wrapping

Get all your gifts wrapped for a good cause, with all donations benefiting this nonprofit that creates films of the terminally ill as keepsakes for their families. 10am-8pm. Borders, 900 State St. Call 966-3411 or email lifechronicles@gmail.org to volunteer.

Monday, December 17

STEPPIN’ OUT

15th Annual Candy Cane Train

Ride a festive miniature train and check out the Toy Trains and Teddy Bears! exhibit. Guests also receive a voucher good for a future ride on the museum train. 1-4pm. South Coast Railroad Museum, 300 N. Los Carneros Rd., Goleta. $3.50 per ride; additional rides $1 each. Call 964-3540.

Trolley of Lights

Bring the kids for the hot apple cider and holiday treats aboard the 90-minute tour of the most super-fantabulously lit houses in S.B. It’s a holiday favorite, so RSVP early! Nightly through Dec. 23. 6:30pm. Meet at Stearns Wharf Dolphin Fountain. Children, $11.50; adults, $19. Call 965-0353 or visit sbtrolley.com.

WRAP IT UP

LifeChronicles Gift Wrapping

Get all your gifts wrapped for a good cause, with all donations benefiting this nonprofit that creates films of the terminally ill as keepsakes for their families. 10am-8pm. Borders, 900 State St. Call 966-3411 or email lifechronicles@gmail.org to volunteer.

Tuesday, December 18

BELLS AND WHISTLES

Holiday Carolers

Strolling the downtown Farmer’s Market today from 2-4pm.

STEPPIN’ OUT

15th Annual Candy Cane Train

Ride a festive miniature train and check out the Toy Trains and Teddy Bears! exhibit. Guests also receive a voucher good for a future ride on the museum train. 1-4pm. South Coast Railroad Museum, 300 N. Los Carneros Rd., Goleta. $3.50 per ride; additional rides $1 each. Call 964-3540.

Trolley of Lights

Bring the kids for the hot apple cider and holiday treats aboard the 90-minute tour of the most super-fantabulously lit houses in S.B. It’s a holiday favorite, so RSVP early! Nightly through Dec. 23. 6:30pm. Meet at Stearns Wharf Dolphin Fountain. Children, $11.50; adults, $19. Call 965-0353 or visit sbtrolley.com.

WRAP IT UP

LifeChronicles Gift Wrapping

Get all your gifts wrapped for a good cause, with all donations benefiting this nonprofit that creates films of the terminally ill as keepsakes for their families. 10am-8pm. Borders, 900 State St. Call 966-3411 or email lifechronicles@gmail.org to volunteer.

Wednesday, December 19

STEPPIN’ OUT

15th Annual Candy Cane Train

Ride a festive miniature train and check out the Toy Trains and Teddy Bears! exhibit. Guests also receive a voucher good for a future ride on the museum train. 1-4pm. South Coast Railroad Museum, 300 N. Los Carneros Rd., Goleta. $3.50 per ride; additional rides $1 each. Call 964-3540.

Trolley of Lights

Bring the kids for the hot apple cider and holiday treats aboard the 90-minute tour of the most super-fantabulously lit houses in S.B. It’s a holiday favorite, so RSVP early! Nightly through Dec. 23. 6:30pm. Meet at Stearns Wharf Dolphin Fountain. Children, $11.50; adults, $19. Call 965-0353 or visit sbtrolley.com.

WRAP IT UP

LifeChronicles Gift Wrapping

Get all your gifts wrapped for a good cause, with all donations benefiting this nonprofit that creates films of the terminally ill as keepsakes for their families. 10am-8pm. Borders, 900 State St. Call 966-3411 or email lifechronicles@gmail.org to volunteer.

Thursday, December 20

STEPPIN’ OUT

15th Annual Candy Cane Train

Ride a festive miniature train and check out the Toy Trains and Teddy Bears! exhibit. Guests also receive a voucher good for a future ride on the museum train. 1-4pm. South Coast Railroad Museum, 300 N. Los Carneros Rd., Goleta. $3.50 per ride; additional rides $1 each. Call 964-3540.

Trolley of Lights

Bring the kids for the hot apple cider and holiday treats aboard the 90-minute tour of the most super-fantabulously lit houses in S.B. It’s a holiday favorite, so RSVP early! Nightly through Dec. 23. 6:30pm. Meet at Stearns Wharf Dolphin Fountain. Children, $11.50; adults, $19. Call 965-0353 or visit sbtrolley.com.

WRAP IT UP

LifeChronicles Gift Wrapping

Get all your gifts wrapped for a good cause, with all donations benefiting this nonprofit that creates films of the terminally ill as keepsakes for their families. 10am-8pm. Borders, 900 State St. Call 966-3411 or lifechronicles@gmail.org to volunteer.

Friday, December 21

HOLY HAPPENINGS

Living Nativity

In addition to camels, sheep, and donkeys, 100 human volunteers will participate in this moving recreation of the Holy Night, sure to delight young ones and inspire one and all. 5:30-7:30 pm. First United Methodist Church, 305 E. Anapamu St. Free. Call 963-3579.

SEASONAL STAGINGS

A Christmas Carol

An innovative take on the holiday classic! Performed in the visual, imagery-oriented Lit Moon fashion, each actor portrays several characters, and the action will be integrated with puppetry and original live music. 8pm. Center Stage Theater, 751 Paseo Nuevo. $7-$17. Call 963-0408.

STEPPIN’ OUT

15th Annual Candy Cane Train

Ride a festive miniature train and check out the Toy Trains and Teddy Bears! exhibit. Guests also receive a voucher good for a future ride on the museum train. 1-4pm. South Coast Railroad Museum, 300 N. Los Carneros Rd., Goleta. $3.50 per ride; additional rides $1 each. Call 964-3540.

La Cumbre Plaza Holiday Art Walk

Stroll the beautiful walkways of La Cumbre Plaza and take in the handmade arts and crafts brought to you by local and visiting artisans. Pottery, jewelry, glass, photography, and more. 10am-dusk. La Cumbre Plaza. Call 967-4602.

Trolley of Lights

Bring the kids for the hot apple cider and holiday treats aboard the 90-minute tour of the most super-fantabulously lit houses in S.B. It’s a holiday favorite, so RSVP early! Nightly through Dec. 23. 6:30pm. Meet at Stearns Wharf Dolphin Fountain. Children, $11.50; adults, $19. Call 965-0353 or visit sbtrolley.com.

WRAP IT UP

LifeChronicles Gift Wrapping

Get all your gifts wrapped for a good cause, with all donations benefiting this nonprofit that creates films of the terminally ill as keepsakes for their families. 10am-8pm. Borders, 900 State St. Call 966-3411 or email lifechronicles@gmail.org to volunteer.

The Nutcracker

Saturday, December 22

BELLS AND WHISTLES

Holiday Carolers

Strolling downtown today from 2-4pm.

S.B. Music Club Matinee Concert

Works by Chopin, DvoÅ¡k, and a medley of traditional holiday songs. 3pm. Faulkner Gallery, 40 E. Anapamu St. Free.

HOLY HAPPENINGS

Living Nativity

In addition to camels, sheep, and donkeys, 100 human volunteers will participate in this moving recreation of the Holy Night, sure to delight young ones and inspire one and all. 5:30-7:30pm. First United Methodist Church, 305 E. Anapamu St. Free. Call 963-3579.

SEASONAL STAGINGS

A Christmas Carol

An innovative take on the holiday classic! Performed in the visual, imagery-oriented Lit Moon fashion, each actor portrays several characters, and the action will be integrated with puppetry and original live music. 2 and 8pm. Center Stage Theater, 751 Paseo Nuevo. $7-$17. Call 963-0408.

The Nutcracker

The West Coast Ballet presents a classic holiday treat. 2 and 7:30pm. Marjorie Luke Theatre, 721 E. Cota St. Call 886-9145.

STEPPIN’ OUT

15th Annual Candy Cane Train

Ride a festive miniature train and check out the Toy Trains and Teddy Bears! exhibit. Guests also receive a voucher good for a future ride on the museum train. 1-4pm. South Coast Railroad Museum, 300 N. Los Carneros Rd., Goleta. $3.50 per ride; additional rides $1 each. Call 964-3540.

La Cumbre Plaza Holiday Art Walk

Stroll the beautiful walkways of La Cumbre Plaza and take in the handmade arts and crafts brought to you by local and visiting artisans. Pottery, jewelry, glass, photography, and more. 10am-dusk. La Cumbre Plaza. Call 967-4602.

Trolley of Lights

Bring the kids for the hot apple cider and holiday treats aboard the 90-minute tour of the most super-fantabulously lit houses in S.B. It’s a holiday favorite, so RSVP early! Nightly through Dec. 23. 6:30pm. Meet at Stearns Wharf Dolphin Fountain. Children, $11.50; adults, $19. Call 965-0353 or visit sbtrolley.com.

WRAP IT UP

Hassle-Free Last-Minute Shopping Day

The kiddies will listen to holiday stories, make crafts, and have a pizza party with Kathy so you can battle the lines at the mall alone! 4-7pm. Kindermusik Studio, 1213 State St., Ste. 1. $42; discount for second child. Ages 3½-9. Call 884-4009.

Holiday Art Bazaar and Benefit

An eclectic mix of art from more than a dozen local artists, with a portion of sales benefiting the Unity Shoppe. Shoppers are encouraged to bring a toy for Toys for Tots or canned food to donate. 9am-5pm. Red’s Cafe, 211 Helena St. Call 680-3146.

Holiday Ornament Workshop

Make six different “wow” ornaments for decorating or gift-giving! Most will be made out of natural materials. 9am-noon. Santa Ynez Valley Grange Hall, 2374 Alamo Pintado Ave., Los Olivos. $25-$30. Ages 6+. Call 688-1082.

Ornamentalism

A workshop for scrap artists of all ages! 10-noon. Art From Scrap, 302 E. Cota St. $6. Call 884-0459 or visit artfromscrap.org.

LifeChronicles Gift Wrapping

Get all your gifts wrapped for a good cause, with all donations benefiting this nonprofit that creates films of the terminally ill as keepsakes for their families. 10am-8pm. Borders, 900 State St. Call 966-3411 or email lifechronicles@gmail.org to volunteer.

Sunday, December 23

BELLS AND WHISTLES

Advent Organ Series

Celebrate the season of meditation, anticipation, and celebration with the music of David A. Gell. 3:30-4:30pm. Trinity Episcopal Church, 1500 State St. Call 965-7419.

Holiday Horns

Instrumental versions of popular Christmas tunes. 1-3pm. Borders, 900 State St. Call 962-2098 x24.

HOLY HAPPENINGS

Living Nativity

In addition to camels, sheep, and donkeys, 100 human volunteers will participate in this moving recreation of the Holy Night, sure to delight young ones and inspire one and all. 5:30-7:30pm. First United Methodist Church, 305 E. Anapamu St. Free. Call 963-3579.

STEPPIN’ OUT

15th Annual Candy Cane Train

Ride a festive miniature train and check out the Toy Trains and Teddy Bears! exhibit. Guests also receive a voucher good for a future ride on the museum train. 1-4pm. South Coast Railroad Museum, 300 N. Los Carneros Rd., Goleta. $3.50 per ride; additional rides $1 each. Call 964-3540.

La Cumbre Plaza Holiday Art Walk

Stroll the beautiful walkways of La Cumbre Plaza and take in the handmade arts and crafts brought to you by local and visiting artisans. Pottery, jewelry, glass, photography, and more. 10am-dusk. La Cumbre Plaza. Call 967-4602.

Trolley of Lights

Bring the kids for the hot apple cider and holiday treats aboard the 90-minute tour of the most super-fantabulously lit houses in S.B. It’s a holiday favorite, so RSVP early! Nightly through Dec. 23. 6:30pm. Meet at Stearns Wharf Dolphin Fountain. Children, $11.50; adults, $19. Call 965-0353 or visit sbtrolley.com.

WRAP IT UP

LifeChronicles Gift Wrapping

Get all your gifts wrapped for a good cause, with all donations benefiting this nonprofit that creates films of the terminally ill as keepsakes for their families. 10am-8pm. Borders, 900 State St. Call 966-3411 or email lifechronicles@gmail.org to volunteer.

Monday, December 24

STEPPIN’ OUT

La Cumbre Plaza Holiday Art Walk

Stroll the beautiful walkways of La Cumbre Plaza and take in the handmade arts and crafts brought to you by local and visiting artisans. Pottery, jewelry, glass, photography, and more. 10am-dusk. La Cumbre Plaza. Call 967-4602.

HOLY HAPPENINGS

Old Mission Mass

For those celebrating Christmas, there’s no better place to honor the holiday. 5pm and midnight. S.B. Mission, 2201 Laguna St. Call 682-4713.

WRAP IT UP

LifeChronicles Gift Wrapping

Get all your gifts wrapped for a good cause, with all donations benefiting this nonprofit that creates films of the terminally ill as keepsakes for their families. 10am-6pm. Borders, 900 State St. Call 966-3411 or email lifechronicles@gmail.org to volunteer.

Tuesday, December 25

HOLY HAPPENINGS

Old Mission Mass

Christmas Mass today at 8 and 10am, and noon. S.B. Mission, 2201 Laguna St. Call 682-4713.



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