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DECEMBER 2013


Holiday Events, Santa Sightings Breakfast with Santa


The City of Lake Elsinore will host its annual Breakfast with Santa and


Friends on Saturday, December 14, 2013 from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. for ages 11 & younger. Join the fun as we visit with both Santa and Frosty. Kids will make an ornament craft and enjoy a delicious continental breakfast. Bring a camera for great holiday pictures! Tickets are sold at the Lake Community Center beginning November 1. Cost $5 each with a limit of two adult tickets per family. Event location: Lake Elsinore Senior Activity Center, 420 East Lakeshore Drive. www.lake-elsinore.org or 951-245-0442


CITY OF TEMECULA 16th ANNUAL CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING CEREMONY It’s that time of year when everyone is ready to get into the holiday spirit.


Capture your holiday spirit by joining the City of Temecula Community Serv- ices Department for the 16TH Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony, Thursday, December 5, 2013, 7:00 PM at the Temecula Duck Pond. As ex- citement builds, you will join Mayor Mike Naggar and other members of the city council and community services commission for a countdown to the lighting of the City’s LIVE Christmas Tree. The countdown will be followed by Christmas Carols sung by the Temec-


ula Valley Children’s Chorus, refreshments, hot chocolate and a visit by Santa and his helpers! All this merriment, along with the time honored tradition of lighting the City’s Live Christmas Tree, is a great way to bring cheer to your holidays. The Temecula Duck Pond is located on the corner of Rancho Cali- fornia Road and Ynez Road. For more information please call (951) 694-6480.


15th Annual Christmas Tree Lane The Lake Elsinore/Wildomar Elks Lodge will host its 15th Christmas Tree


Lane at the lodge on Saturday, December 7 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. The lodge is located at 33700 Mission Trail, Wildomar. For information, call (951) 674-6804. Admission is free. Christmas Tree Lane is the major fund raising event for the Elks Schol-


arship Program which provides scholarships to graduating seniors who plan to attend colleges, technical schools or universities. Last year, the event raised $16,000. There will be 12 decorated Christmas Trees with presents each spon-


sored by a different lodge or community group. Each tree will have a specific theme with presents from that theme. For instance, the Past Exalted Rulers once sponsored an office theme featuring a computer, printer, desk, soft- ware, etc. Tickets to win a tree with decorations and presents are only $1.00 each but winners must be present. Plan to attend so as support graduating seniors of local schools.


PENNYPICKLE’S WINTER WONDERLAND


BRINGS REAL SNOW, ACTIVITIES AND FAMILY FUN TO OLD TOWN TEMECULA


As it has for the past 7 years, Pennypickle's Winter Wonderland has be-


come a highly anticipated holiday tradition for families in Temecula Valley. Parents and kids of all ages will celebrate the season Pennypickle-style


on Friday, December 13 from 5:00 pm to 8:30 pm by playing in real snow and enjoying family-friendly activities surrounded by holiday music and twin- kling lights at Pennypickle's Winter Wonderland, hosted by the Friends of Temecula Children’s Museum and the City of Temecula. Professor Pennypickle’s little assistant, Beaker, will welcome children


into his basement to shop for gifts for their loved ones on this one night only. He and the Professor have lots of fun activities planned, and the best part will be the several tons of snow! Gloves and goodies will be available for purchas


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