at the Inn of the Spanish Garden in Santa Barbara. Please come by and
mix and mingle. There will be appetizers and a 50/50 raffle. From 5
to 7 p.m. at Hotel Huntington Beach, 7667 Center Ave. Information:
Stand-up comedy presented by Doug James Comedy Night brings
professional acts to Huntington Beach for a show that includes live
music. Show runs from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at Gallagher's Pub, 300
Pacific Coast Highway. Information:(714) 536.2422
Stink Eye CD Release party with the Marones, Pourhabit and
Sinizen, at the Brigg, 17208 Pacific Coast Highway. Information:
"Annie Warbucks" at Orange County Children's Theater. This magical
sequel to the Broadway musical begins where Annie left off. It's
Christmas Morning, 1933, and everyone in Oliver "Daddy" Warbucks'
household is celebrating the billionaire's adoption of Annie, an
orphan who charmed her way into his heart. However, their celebration
is short-lived when New York Child Welfare Commissioner Harriet Doyle
arrives. The commissioner declares that New York law does not allow a
single man to adopt a child. Warbucks has 60 days to find a wife and
a mother for Annie, or Annie goes back to the orphanage. Show starts
at 7:30 p.m. and tickets cost $10 each. The play will be held at
Huntington Beach High School, 1901 Main Street. Information: (714)
Blues with Doug MacLeod in the Celebrity Room at Martini Blues.
Show starts at 8:30 p.m. No cover, but $10 minimum order per person.
Martini Blues is located at 5874 Edinger Avenue. Information:(714)
A Roller Blading Fun Roll will start at 10:30 a.m. from the
Huntington Beach Pier. Join the group for a 16-mile round trip at a
pace for all levels and ages, from Huntington Beach to Newport Beach.
Bicycles are welcome and the roll is free. Information:
A Coastal Cleanup day will be sponsored by the City of Huntington
Beach to give the beach a sprucing up after an active summer. Simple
Green is co-sponsor, and validations will be given for those parking
at Downtown Main Promenade Parking structure on Walnut Avenue at 3rd