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Special Events

   
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Tickets for events with an admission charge may be purchased online (www.smc.edu/eventsinfo​)by phone at (310) 434-3005, or in person at the SMC Theatre Arts Box Office (Theatre Arts Complex, SMC Main Campus; limited hours). A modest service charge applies.

 
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The Nutcracker Ballet
  

Following a smashing inaugural success, the SMC Symphony once again partners with the Westside Ballet for its annual holiday Nutcracker extravaganza. Come see the Sugar Plum Fairy, the Prince, and all the other wonderful characters in Tchaikovsky’s classic come to life—with falling snow and a Christmas tree that grows—in a theater where every seat can provide visual and audio delights for all ages. Produced with support from Santa Monica College, the SMC Public Policy Institute, Associated Students of SMC, and the City of Santa Monica. Please visit westsideballet.com for information and to purchase tickets.

 

Sat, December 13 | 1pm & 5pm 

Sun, December 14 | 1pm & 5pm

Fri, December 19 | 7:30pm

Sat, December 20 | 11am
Sun, December 21 | 1pm & 5pm 
 

See westsideballet.com​ for ticket details

The Broad Stage at SMC Performing Arts Center


 

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Holiday Art Sale 

Here’s your once-a-year chance to buy some truly unique works of art—prints, ceramics, jewelry, and more created by SMC art students—to keep for yourself or to give as gifts this holiday season.

 Fri, December 12 | 10am-9pm
 Sun, December 14 | 12pm-6pm  

Barrett Art Gallery at SMC Performing Arts Center


 

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Martin Luther King, Jr.

Birthday Celebration 2015

Join us for one of Southern California’s largest and most diverse celebrations of the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., honoring his memory and his work toward nonviolence. This year’s celebration marks the event’s 30th year and embraces the theme “The Fierce Urgency of Now.” The multiethnic interfaith program includes inspirational readings, music, and presentations of scholarships. Immediately following the program, a Community Involvement Fair (held nearby, at 606 Wilshire Blvd.) offers refreshments and informational displays by a variety of community organizations. Sponsors: The Martin Luther King, Jr. Westside Coalition; City of Santa Monica; RAND Corporation; CityTV-Santa Monica; SGI-USA; 
Santa Monica College; and the SMC Associates  (www.smc.edu/associates).
 

Mon, January 19 | 9am | Free

 GSGI (Soka Gakkai International) Auditorium
(525 Wilshire Blvd., Santa Monica)
 
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