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NORFOLK - With December upon us, many people are thinking about the Christmas holiday. But there are plenty of things to do tonight and Saturday if you're not in the Christmas spirit just yet and some things if you are.

TONIGHT, Nov. 30:
The Mustache Bash at Nauticus is from 7:00 -11:00 p.m. at the Half Moone Cruise and Celebration Center. It's a fundraiser to benefit The Nauticus Foundation and Us Too, a prostate cancer awareness organization with a local Norfolk chapter. A ticket ($25 in advance and $30 at the door) along with a mustache of your choice; homegrown, painted on, on a stick, etc gets you in.

Players on the Norfolk Admirals hockey team are going to grow mustaches and help promote the event.

For more details, call 757-664-1005.

TONIGHT, Nov. 30:
LIBBYFEST in Va. Beach to benefit the daughter and family of Mike Geers is from 8:00 p.m to 2:00 a.m. at the Jewish Mother in Hilltop. Mike has been diagnosed with Stage 4 colon cancer.

There will be open auctions, silent auctions, give-aways and plenty to buy..... shirts and posters and other donated goodies. This is it! The 'Libbyfest' line up..... Rodeo Clown - The Unabombers - The Bottle Babies - and very special guests, The Crums. And Just Added.....Dj Dollar Dave Rockin The TurnTables Between Sets!!!

SAT., DEC 1:
11th Annual Fair Trade Festival is from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at Seatack Elementary School in Va. Beach.

Spend a day of guilt free shopping at this year's Fair Trade Festival. Vendors from all over Hampton Roads will be selling only products that were produced in fair wage, fair labor, fair trade environments. Support non-profits and local businesses at this one day event sponsored by the Seatack Elementary Go Green Club.This is the first year the Fair Trade Festival has been held in Virginia Beach, please come out and show some love!

SAT., DEC 1:
Holiday Parade at the Beach officially ushers in the holiday season at the Oceanfront. It features giant balloons, marching bands from area schools and the community, lighted floats, equestrian units, fire trucks, performing dance groups, motorcycles, and more to present a dazzling and entertaining night of fun for all ages. Santa Claus is set to make a grand appearance.

The Holiday Parade at the Beach steps off at 5:30pm. The parade travels North along Atlantic Avenue from 15th Street to 25th Street. The reviewing stand is located at 25th Street.

Parking is conveniently located in municipal parking lots and garages.

Finish the evening by visiting McDonald's Holiday Lights at the Beach, which will be open until 11:00pm!

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