It is the final stretch before the holidays! These local traditions are giving us all the feels. We hope to see you out and about in Fresno this weekend – Happy Holidays!
Head to Southwest Fresno Police Department’s hosts 16th annual Santa’s Village. Enjoy making with free photos with Santa (and memories!) on Friday night from 4:00-9:00.
Check out Fashion Fair Mall’s high tech Santa Headquarters. It’s fully equipped with a magic mirror that transforms you into Santa’s Elf and a real life naughty or nice meter.
Enjoy Sierra Vista Mall’s beautiful display of gold shimmering lights and a larger than life Christmas tree stationed at center court! Enjoy holiday music that fills the air while you and your loved ones await to tell Santa what you want for Christmas.
Saturday & Sunday
Design a one of a kind Christmas glass ornament at Ballis Glass. Choose your own colors and add them to the molten glass and then using your own breath, inflate the glass to create a glass bubble.
On the Eve of Christmas in 1944 the American premiere of The Nutcracker took to the stage in San Francisco’s War Memorial Opera House. Since that fateful night this ballet has become a holiday tradition! As the lights dim and the music fills the air, snowflakes dance across the stage, while beautiful dancers swirl to their hearts desire. Experience the wonder as a little girl dreams about a whole new world!
What else is going on this weekend? Add your event to the comments.
PS: Grandma may be upset if you invite all of us to her house for cookies – so, public events only!
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