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Four Steps to Richmond Holiday Cheer 

click to enlarge “Elf, the Musical,”

Joan Marcus

“Elf, the Musical,”

1. Put your tacky Christmas sweater to use. It’s the perfect thing to wear to “Elf, the Musical,” a family-friendly adaptation of the popular Will Ferrell film. Dec. 9-11 at the Altria Theatre. Tickets cost $38-$73 altriatheater.com.

2. Check your list twice. You can shop for local books and meet their authors at Hardywood Craft Park Brewery’s Brew Ho-Ho at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 11. Ten percent of proceeds go to the Virginia Children’s Book Festival. hardywood.com.

3. Crank up the festivities. Style joins with Quirk Hotel and Quirk Gallery to present A Quirky Christmas, featuring offbeat cocktails, music, shopping and gift-wrapping. Free on Tuesday, Dec. 13, 5-7 p.m. at the Quirk Hotel.

4. Relieve your stress. Secretly Y’all Presents “Scrooged: a Guide to the Holiday Season” at Veil Brewing Co. from 6-10 p.m. Monday, Dec. 12. Hear stories of holiday struggles, with proceeds benefitting the Possibilities Project — which helps young people who have aged out of foster care without being adopted. theveilbrewing.com.

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