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Music Munchkins

The Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts (PCPA) is in search of seven boys and four girls, age seven to 15, to act in the company’s upcoming production of The Music Man. Auditions will be held at the Columbus Business Center (900 E. Stowell St.) in Santa Maria on Saturday, March 28, at 9 a.m. Call 928-7731 x3100 for info.

Solvang Calling

The Solvang Centennial Committee is currently accepting designs in celebration of the city’s 100th anniversary, taking place in 2011. Artists of all mediums are invited to submit logos to the committee through Thursday, April 30. For entry forms and information, call 688-6104 x104 or visit

Members Only

Starting this Thursday, March 19, the Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum (CAF) will begin a series of trips, dinners, and classes for members. Dubbed Art la Carte: Sample a Menu of Fabulous, the series will include art-centric discussions, exclusive museum tours, and much more. Call 966-5373 or visit for details.

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