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Los Alamos Holiday Stroll

Stroll along Los Alamos's main thoroughfare lined with luminarias and discover art galleries, antique shops, restaurants, and wine tasting rooms all with special offers and treats.

When: Saturday, Dec. 8, 2012, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Where: Bell St., Los Alamos

Cost: Not available

Age limit: Not available

Categories: Special Events

Description:

Highlights include the Vineyard Voices Quartet strolling carolers, the community tree- lighting, a bonfire with complimentary marshmallows and an opportunity to visit with Santa Claus.

Schedule:
Community Bonfire with complimentary marshmallows for roasting--across from the Post Office at the corner lot at Bell and Helena Streets.

Fire Truck Tour courtesy of Santa Barbara County Fire Station #24, will park/staff a fire engine on Bell Street.

5:00-6:00pm: The C Gallery celebrates the release of Connie Rodhe’s perfume "Cello and Warm Bread” featuring live cello music and fresh baked bread by WellBread from LA; an art display featuring cello images and from 6:00-8:00pm, complimentary hot apple cider, homemade fig cake and other holiday treats.

5:15pm: Community Tree-lighting in Ferrini Park (corner of Bell and Centennial Streets) coordinated by the Los Alamos Valley Men’s Club, a non-profit philanthropic membership group open to men, women and families—dedicated to preserving the town’s unique character; as well as providing funding to local students and organizations.

6:00-8:00pm: Visit with Santa Claus in the cottage at the Alamo Motel, 425 Bell Street (photos available for purchase).

Merchant specials during the Holiday Stroll:
Bedford Winery—music, storytelling and refreshments plus special wine pairings.
Bell Street Farm Eatery & Market—special menu and wine tasting.
Cafe Quackenbush –“Soup Santa” offers gourmet fare in the Art Brut Gallery
Casa Dumetz Wines at Babi’s Tasting Room—wine tasting specials and complimentary holiday sweets
Charlie’s Restaurant—complimentary treats
Full of Life Flatbread —special menu for the evening
Gussied Up Antiques—complimentary mulled cider and cookies
Terramonary—special offers on unique stoneware and arts
The Gentleman Farmer—hosting show by local artist Carol Wood; plus preserves and pickle tasting by local artisan Chef Julie Crookston of Bona Dea.
Union Hotel & Saloon—complimentary peppermint hot chocolate and homemade cookies

For further information, please visit www.LosAlamosValley.org

Event posted Nov. 16, 2012
Last updated Nov. 16, 2012

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