Well, as a matter of fact, there are several such events.
First off, the Jackpot welcomes the return of the Free Form Film Festival, which will present a program called "Holy Yule: Santa in a Strange Land," featuring "Vintage and outsider Christmas programming from the backyards and cable access stations of America... selections from: Mrs. Velma’s “American Christmas,” “Santa Clause Conquers the Martians,” “Chip the Black Boy” “Lucas’s “Wookie Holiday Special" and many many more" (Lawrence.com).
Richard: "The Star Wars holiday special, in which Chewbacca travels home to celebrate Life Day with the Wookies, aired only once, in 1977. It's unfairly maligned and actually quite moving, as I believe you'll understand after you hear this special song:
Chip: "The segment of this Jackpot presentation called 'Chip the Black Boy' is not about me. I'm a white man. Still, you should check out this actual clip of the program, which is called "The Junior Christian Bible Story Puppet Show" and features a black puppet named Chip who has some powerful things to teach you about religion:
On the same evening, The TapRoom welcomes its annual Christmas appearance by Slick Rhodes (below), who claims to be a Texas troubadour passing through on a coast to coast tour but is actually...the seasonal persona of local bearded hipster icon Art Dodge! Sure, if you're a hipster, you've seen Dodge perform a dozen times this year, but you haven't seen him do his Slick Rhodes since last December.
See you on the town!