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HOSTESS WITH THE MOSTEST

Local-gone-global gal Katy Perry takes to the TV airwaves next Saturday, December 10, to host the mother of all sketch comedy shows, Saturday Night Live. The Dos Pueblos alum and platinum-selling pop star will also be the night’s musical guest. For airtime, visit independent.com/tv_listings.

NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM

The Wildling Art Museum (2928 San Marcos Ave.) will host a holiday open house this Saturday, December 3, from 3-6 p.m. as part of Los Olivos’ Olde Fashioned Christmas. The public is invited to enjoy cider, cookies, and themed crafts. Visit wildlingmuseum.org for info.

MAKEWISH

This 1st Thursday, December 1, 33 Jewels (814 State St.) will host an art opening for Painting Toward Grace, an exhibit by the recently passed S.B. artist Michael Orchowski. The exhibit of brightly colored works is being put on in conjunction with the Dream Foundation and Cancer Center of Santa Barbara’s Wellness Department. For info, visit santabarbaradowntown.com.

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