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Friday, November 27, 2015
Santa Claus is Coming to Altadena on December 5
The Altadena Chamber Of Commerce is sponsoring the Annual North Lake Pole Holiday Fest at Lake & Mariposa on Saturday, December 5, from 3:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., with most stores staying open late for shopping convenience. Downtown Altadena will be transformed into Santa’s North Pole complete with elves, caroling and Santa himself! Great local gift shopping, holiday fare and prize drawings will attract everyone in the community to this exciting event! To keep people in the shopping mood, some local restaurants, including El Patron, Gypsy Eats and Pizza Of Venice will be offering delicious menu items at street-side tables.
Bring the whole family for a personal visit with Santa Claus! Santa will be at his North Lake Pole station at 3:15 for list making and picture taking.
Sing For Your Supper
This year, there will be a singing contest created by Altadena’s own Julian Shah-Tayler, The Singularity. Sing your heart out for a chance to win $100!
Sponsoring Altadena Chamber Businesses:
Webster’s Community Pharmacy, McGinty’s Gallery, Meredith M, Altadena True Value Hardware, Steve’s Bikes, Mary Falkingham Floral Designs, Carciofi Design, Ms. Dragon Print & Copy, Amy’s Patio Cafe, Park Bench Grill, Photography By Walt, J. Diehl State Farm Insurance, Daz-E Shop, Dominus Plantarum Nursery & Plant Broker,Two Dragons Martial Arts, Gypsy Eats, Pizza Of Venice, El Patron, Pasadena Playhouse, American Cancer Society, Rhythms Of The Village, Walmart Neighborhood Market, Rite Aid, Music By The Singularity.
Altadena Chamber In The Community
The North Lake Pole Holiday Fest was so successful last year, that repeating the event was a natural. “The Altadena Chamber is on the move to help local businesses network with the community and each other. We encourage any interested companies to contact the Altadena Chamber to learn more about what membership can do for them” said Meredith Miller, Chamber President.