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The Buffet (538 E. Ninth St.) is the kick-off point for what is sure to spread Christmas cheer to all the boys and girls of Tucson—SantaCon. A toy drive/pub crawl combo where everyone is dressed Christmas-themed, Saturday, Dec. 19, 6:30 p.m. Come feel good about yourself and bring in the season with some cheer. At an hour per bar, the worst you can expect is a group of hilarious imbibed Billy Bob Thornton-esque Santa's strolling Fourth Avenue. Details and route to be announced. For more info, check out santarchy.com or visit the event's Facebook page.

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