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Fundraisers this week Will Benefit Santa Barbara Revels, Catalyst for Cats, and Conflict Solutions Center Groups


• This weekend, the Lobero Theatre (33. E. Canon Perdido St.) presents Oktoberfest, a fundraiser for the Santa Barbara Revels. The lively event will feature delicious German food, beer and wine, music by the Biergarten Musikmeisters, dancing, and more. The festivities run from 4-7 p.m. on Sunday, October 16; tickets are $60-$75. Call 963-0761 for more info.

• The Central Coast-based Catalyst for Cats organization will host its annual fundraiser raffle night this Friday, October 14, from 6-9 p.m. at Baja Sharkeez (416 State St.). Proceeds from the raffle will help fund the nonprofit animal welfare group’s efforts to spay/neuter feral and abandoned cats in S.B. County. Call 685-6359 for more info.

• Dance to the sounds of a live orchestra at this weekend’s Dancing Under the Stars fundraiser for the Conflict Solutions Center of S.B. County, which provides services to at-risk youth and the victims of juvenile crime. The gala starts 6 p.m. on Sunday, October 16, at Fess Parkers DoubleTree Resort. Tickets are $75-$100. Call 962-3485 for more info.

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