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Festive Ways to Celebrate the Christmas Season!

Christmas at the Grove 
Enjoy The Grove during Christmastime for date night or some holiday shopping along with the festive decor and lovely additions listed below.
Christmas Tree 100 foot tall, white fir tree with more than 15,000 lights and 10,000 festive ornaments.
Magical Snowfall Snowflakes float from above, every night at 7pm and 8pm, November 14 - December 31. Holiday Entertainment Enjoy the merry melodies of holiday brass and other joyous musical performances and entertainment.
Santa's Cottage Santa is visiting from the North Pole. Don’t miss your chance to sit with Santa and go home with photos you’ll always treasure. Cost of photo packages range from $15 to $60. Plus, Pet Photo Night every Tuesday at 6pm until closing. Last Pet Night is Tuesday, December 20

Loyola Marymount University Choruses Present: 
Christmas Gala Concert

December 8 & 10, 8 p.m.
LMU Women's Chorus, Consort Singers, and Concert Choir sing festive music of the season Conducted by Dr. Mary Breden in the beautiful Sacred Heart Chapel.
MORE INFODec. 8: $12 (all open seating)
Dec. 10: $12 and $15 (all reserved seating)
Central Ticket Agency at 310-338-7588.

San Diego's Christian Community Theater Presents: 
Traditions of Christmas: A Musical Spectacular
Get into the Holiday Spirit with the whole family as talented dancers, singers and actors revive Christmas Traditions right before your eyes. From Suzy Zoo Nutcracker to the Rockettes to a live Nativity, history of Christmas to USO show to A Christmas Carol to Peanuts to Christmas around the world. Fun for all filled will beautiful music, charm and spectacle!! An enchanted evening for sure!!


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