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4:32 PM PST on December 19, 2016

Not a lot of organized events these two holiday weeks. See notes on SBLA's holiday publishing schedule:

    • Thursday 12/22 - RailLA and the Definitely Dickens Holiday Carolers will be Christmas caroling on the Expo Line. Gather in cheerful holiday attire at 5:45 p.m. on the stairs behind Downtown Santa Monica Metro Expo Line Station. The event departs promptly at 6 p.m. and returns around 8 p.m. Details at Facebook event.
    • Friday 12/23 and Monday 12/26 - SBLA will be taking Christmas Break, no publishing.
    • Saturday 12/24 through Sunday 1/1/2017 - Metro Bike Share is offering a special deal where walk-up bike-share users pay just $1 per 30-minute ride. Enter the promo code 112017 to receive the discount. Details, and plenty of information on holiday transit schedules, at The Source.
    • Tuesday 12/27 through Thursday 12/29 - Get your voting fingers ready as SBLA publishes our annual Streetsie Awards polls.
    • Friday 12/30 and Monday 1/2/2017 - SBLA will be taking New Year's Day break, no publishing.
    • Tuesday 1/3/2017 - SBLA back up and publishing in the new year. This calendar will return then!

Did we miss anything? Is there something we should list on future calendars? Email joe [at]

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