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October 28

Special Events

SANTA MARIA VALLEY DISCOVERY MUSEUM
October 28 (Regular hours)

presents an "Enchanted Forest" fundraiser event. Themed trees will be in the Discovery Museum adorned with at least $250 of gift certificates or merchandise through Oct. 27 with raffle tickets available for a chance to win one of the trees.

Santa Maria Valley Discovery Museum
kelly@smdiscoverymuseum.org
Phone: 928-8414
http://smvdiscoverymuseum.org

Santa Maria Valley Discovery Museum
705 S. McClelland
Santa Maria

MID STATE SCARE HAUNTED HOUSE
The cental coast's favorite haunted house!
MID STATE SCARE HAUNTED HOUSE
Worth The Drive
October 28 (7 to 11 p.m.)

presents a fun and frightening Halloween tradition with two different events on seperate nights: "ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE!" and "SCREAM IN THE DARK" through Oct. 31 on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from

info@midstatescare.com
http://midstatescare.com

Mid State Scare
1106 E. Grand Ave.
Arroyo Grande 93420

Cost: $10

3RD ANNUAL SANTA BARBARA CHOWDER FEST
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3RD ANNUAL SANTA BARBARA CHOWDER FEST
Worth The Drive
October 28 (noon to 4 p.m.)

by Food and Home Magazine allows attendees to sample delectable chowders as they vie for Chowder Champ and the coveted People's Choice Award. Iron Chef Cat Cora will be on hand to judge. This fun tasting event includes fabulous wine from Santa Barbara County wineries, delicious brews from various local microbreweries, and a sampling of French truffles, Vermont's finest cheese, and other goodies on Oct. 28 from

Niki Richardson
nrichardson@lafsbc.org
Phone: 963-6754, Ext. 109
http://sbchowderfest.com

Montecito Country Club
920 Summit Road
Santa Barbara 93108

Cost: $65

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THE POETIC JUSTICE PROJECT,
October 28 (2 p.m.)

thanks to the generosity of The Fund For Santa Barbara and the McCune Foundation, presents a free community performance of The Exonerated on Oct. 28 at

Deborah Tobola
deborah@poeticjusticeproject.org
Phone: 264-5463
http://poeticjusticeproject.org

Elwin Mussell Senior Center
510 E. Park
Santa Maria 93454

Cost: Free