Santa Maria Sun / Hot Stuff
FILE PHOTO COURTESY OF THE DIBBLEE GEOLOGICAL FOUNDATION
The Friends of the Los Alamos Library welcomes the community to enjoy the library’s current exhibit, Artistic Works of Science, on view through Jan. 15. The exhibit features intricate geological maps of northern Santa Barbara County by Thomas Dibblee (pictured) at the library, 405 Helena St., Los Alamos. More info: (909) 630-1615.
PHOTO COURTESY OF DUSTBOWL REVIVAL
Blowing through Buellton
Standing Sun Winery welcomes back the Americana-style group Dustbowl Revival for the Live at the Winery concert series on Dec. 3. The group includes eight players of various string and brass instruments and, of course, a drum. The concert begins at 7 p.m. at the winery, 92 2nd St., Buellton. Cost is $20 to $25. More info: 691-9413 or standingsunwines.com.
PHOTO COURTESY OF GINA RODRIGUEZ
The Altrusa club of the Central Coast gets ready to hold its annual raffle fundraiser, the Festival of Trees, which features several festively decorated trees and gifts. The trees will be currently showing at the Santa Maria Town Center mall through Dec. 10. The trees will be raffled on Dec. 11 at 1 p.m. at the Town Center, 142 Town Center East, Santa Maria. More info: email@example.com.
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