TOMORROW, December 21 | TransportedSF Winter Solstice Celebration: Winter solstice: A time to reflect, renew, go inward. The longest night of the year. What better way to celebrate than to take a biodiesel/solar bus to three beautiful spots in the Bay for a poetry reading, a renegade tea lounge, and a winter ritual?
Thursday, December 22 | Santaland Diaries: Combined Artform is celebrating ten years with ten performances of Santaland Diaries by David Sedaris and adapted to the stage by Joe Mantello. David Sinaiko puts on his elf hat and boots to return to the Eureka Theatre as everyone’s favorite elf, Crumpet. No one captures the craziness of the holidays like David Sedaris. Come see the show that critics and audiences love and keep coming back for more and spend the holidays with Combined Artform at the Eureka Theatre.
Friday, December 23 | Mittens and Mistletoe: A Winter Circus Cabaret: Back by popular demand! Come in from the cold, and join Sweet Can Productions’ circus family for an afternoon of glad tidings and cheer! Celebrate Winter, and the return of Light with a light-hearted, charming, and funny variety program suitable for all ages. Directed by award-winning clown duo Coventry & Kaluza, and starring Bay Area’s finest circus artists, you’re sure to be enchanted.
Saturday, December 24 | Feast of Seven Fishes with Chef Thomas McNaughton: The Feast of Seven Fishes is an Italian Christmas Eve tradition that focuses around courses of luxurious seafood dishes and a gathering of family and friends. This Sicilian tradition, celebrated around the world, was historically served after a 24 hour fasting period followed by a meatless Christmas Eve feast. Join flour + water at the Chef’s Table for an 8 course dinner prepared by Chef Thomas McNaughton in the Dough Room on Saturday, December 24th at 7pm.
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