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The Endless Summer Bar-Café is celebrating the 50th anniversary of Gaviota Coast resident Bruce Brown’s seminal surf flick, The Endless Summer, with pupus, mai tais, and a screening at the S.B. Maritime Museum on October 24. Tickets are $45 in advance, $65 for VIP, and $25 for kids. The party starts at 6 p.m. Call (805) 564-4666. … Foxen Winery brings its ridiculously good wine to town on October 10 for a five-course dinner by Chef David Rosner at the Wine Cask, featuring chenin blanc with oysters, pinot noir with pork-belly-boosted monkfish, and much more. The $150 covers gratuity and tax. Call (805) 966-9463. … Foxen also plays host to Vintage 2014’s event on October 9 at 6 p.m., where attendees can watch footage of its dry-farmer Tinaquiac Vineyard and then see the place in person. There will be food and drink, too. See tinaquaic.eventbrite.com. … S.B. Public Market events keep coming, including Cardinal Sin’s recipe-as-theater performances on October 9 at 7 and 8 p.m., a book-signing for the Santa Barbara Culinary Arts cookbook on October 13 at 5:15 p.m., and a yoga class with JuiceWell on October 23 at 6 p.m. See sbpublicmarket.com.

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