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The parade kicks off at 11 a.m. on Dec. 1 at North Santa Cruz and Almendra avenues and ends near Los Gatos High School on Main Street. More than 230 entries will traverse the parade route. http://www.lglions.org. Chamber Events: The Los Gatos Chamber of Commerce has a lineup of events planned for the holidays. Take an historic horse-drawn carriage ride through the streets of Los Gatos Dec. 1-23. Rides begin at Town Plaza Park. Help “Deck the Town” Dec. 2, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., when the Chamber will be selling wreaths in the Town Plaza. For $30, folks can purchase two fresh evergreen wreaths—one to take home and to hang downtown.
A Girl’s Night Out reception and fashion show with holiday flare is planned for Dec, 6 at Old Town, 50 University Ave., Suite 260, The fashion show features 20 Los Gatos boutiques and is curated by Dustin David ballet shoes part 3 Salon, Tickets and more information about all three events are available at losgatoschamber.com, Holiday Pottery and Fine Art Sale: The Blossom Hill Crafts Potters and Artisans host their annual sale, featuring locally made fine arts and crafts including pottery, woodworking, handmade cards, jewelry, paintings, glass art, gift ideas, and more, Dec, 7-9; artists’ reception Friday, 6-9 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m, History Club of Los Gatos, 123 Los Gatos Blvd, 408-356-9035, blossomhillcrafts.com..
Tree Lighting: The 31st annual tree lighting at Civic Center Plaza may make some in the crowd want to do the Snoopy dance. The theme for the Dec. 1 event is “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” featuring a stage version of the Peanuts’ struggle to put on a Christmas pageant by Center Stage Performing Arts. Dec. 1, 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the civic center, 457 E. Calaveras Blvd. 408-586-3210. Home for the Holidays: The WeCare Alliance, made up of the Humane Society Silicon Valley and a group of five other Santa Clara County shelters, is offering $20 adoptions for all adult cats and dogs. Through Dec. 31. Humane Society Silicon Valley Animal Community Center, 901 Ames Ave., Milpitas. www.HSSV.org.
Kristi Yamaguchi’s Downtown Ice: Downtown San Jose’s outdoor ice rink returns, Through Jan, 27, Circle of Palms, 120 S, Market St, $15-$17, http://www.downtownicesj.com, 408/291-0525, Christmas in the Park: Plaza de Cesar Chavez is once again transformed into a holiday fantasy with over 40 musical and animated exhibits, glittering lights and the 60-foot Community Giving Tree, Through Dec, 25, Market Street, downtown San Jose, https://www.christmasinthepark.com, Home for the ballet shoes part 3 Holidays: The WeCare Alliance, made up of the Humane Society Silicon Valley and a group of five other Santa Clara County shelters, is offering $20 adoptions for all adult cats and dogs, Through Dec, 31, West San Jose Neighborhood Adoption Center, Petco, 500 El Paseo de Saratoga, San Jose, www.HSSV.org..
Christmas Giving Tree: The Almaden Senior Association is sponsoring a giving tree to help 50 underprivileged children get the gifts on their Christmas lists. Come by the Almaden Community Center and select a gift request tag from the Christmas tree, then return the unwrapped gift to the community center by Dec. 7. 6445 Camden Ave., San Jose. 408-268-1133. Holiday Open Studios: Small works, jewelry, textiles, home goods, toys, glass, soft sculpture, paintings, prints and more created by artists at The Alameda Artworks. Dec. 1, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. The Alameda Artworks, 1068 The Alameda, San Jose. https://www.thealamedaartworks.com, 408-686-4754.
12 Days of ARTS: San Jose Arts Marketing Roundtable presents a social media-driven scavenger hunt for arts prizes in and around downtown San Jose, with more than 120 chances to win, Each morning at 8 a.m., the San Jose Downtown Association will post a clue on their website and on their Facebook page @sjdowntown, consisting of a photo and a written hint of that day’s location, The specific time ballet shoes part 3 to arrive will be noted, Dec, 1-12, sjdowntown.com/12DaysofArts, Holiday Bubbly Walk: The Willow Glen Business Association hosts its annual stroll through downtown, complete with sparkling libations, Dec, 1, 2-5 p.m, Downtown Willow Glen, San Jose, $45 advance/$55 gate, Eventbrite.com..
Menorahs and Miracles: Families are invited to celebrate Hanukkah at the museum in partnership with Addison-Penzak Jewish Community Center of Silicon Valley (APJCC), featuring performances by singer Lior Ben-Hur and students from the Yavneh Day School and Hanukkah storytelling with Yael Schy. Activities include making celebratory candles, playing dreidel games, tasting latkes, trekking on a miracle scavenger hunt in Bill’s Backyard and sculpting clay dreidels. To celebrate the first evening of Hanukkah, members from the APJCC will light the first candle in a menorah at 4 p.m. Dec. 2, noon. Children’s Discovery Museum, 180 Woz Way, San Jose. www.cdm.org.
Haute Holiday Soiree: A benefit for Watermark, increasing the ballet shoes part 3 number of women in leadership positions, with wine tastings, hunky Santa photos, mistletoe making, holiday sweet treats, live music and more, Dec, 4, 6-9 p.m, 377 Santana Row, San Jose, $40, Eventbrite.com, San Jose Craft Holiday Fair: A festive, large-scale, all-in-one holiday shopping experience featuring more than 250 craft makers, food producers, artists, designers and emerging brands, Dec, 15-16, 11 a.m.-5 p.m, South Hall, 435 S, Market St., San Jose, http://www.sanjosemade.com..