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for Wed., Dec. 5
  • Home Composting Class

    Learn how to turn organic waste into fertilizer for your garden. This class is offered as part of the city's Home Composting Rebate Program.
    Sat. Feb. 16., 12pm-1:30pm
    Brite Ideas Hydroponics & Organics
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    La Condesa: Know Your Agave

    La Condesa's series of classes continues, with this one dedicated to that seasonal spirit called pechuga. Snack on off-the-menu botanas and sample pechugas from around Mexico while learning the history of this celebratory mezcal. And why is this series at La Condesa? Because they've got the largest collection of tequila and mezcal in the city, baby.
    Wed., Dec. 5, 7pm. $50.  
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    Easy Tiger: Christmas Flight

    Not one of those planes-trains-automobiles scenarios, but a flight of beers, of course, a seasonal sampler featuring four of those winter-specific brews that are so good during cooler weather: Deschutes Jubelale Nitro, Anchor Christmas Ale, Bell's Christmas Ale, and Karbach Yule Shoot Your Eye Out.
    Wed.-Thu., Dec. 5-6, 11am-2am. $10.
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    Miracle on 5th Street

    The Roosevelt Room & the Eleanor have teamed up for this second annual holiday pop-up bar, transforming the space to look like a classic family living room on Christmas morning. There's also a ski lodge on the dance floor and a mountain summit on the mezzanine. Snag a special holiday drink and explore.
    Through Dec. 29  
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    Nickel City: Sippin' Santa

    Wait, Nickel City has done what? Turned itself into a sort of tiki-powered Polynesian holiday wonderland? Yes, until the year's end – with a raft of new themed cocktails among the classic oceanic gewgaws. (Kris Kringle Colada, anyone? How about a Rudolph Shoots the Curl?) And they'll be hosting a luau party every Saturday in December. Bonus: 10% of all sales go to Action Against Hunger.
    Through Dec. 31

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