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The Holiday Season is About to Be Lit

It’s about to be the most wonderful time of the year, and what better way to kick it off than to watch some trees get lit? Lit with beautiful twinkly lights, that is. To me, nothing screams ‘Christmas’ more than colorful lights decorating a gorgeous tree. Don’t miss out on all the fun, and the best part is, all these awesome events are free.

Rohnert Park

Is hosting its 2021 Holiday Lights Celebration on December 4th, from 6 to 8pm. Get pictures with Santa Claus and enjoy music performed by the Rancho Cotati High School Marching Band and Choir. Enjoy some complimentary holiday treats. It’s an event that’s fun for the whole family.

Petaluma

Is having their Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony on Saturday, December 4th at the Theater Square, from 6 -7pm. Take the kids to see Santa Claus and enjoy a piano performance by Petaluma Pete.

Santa Rosa

Watch Santa Claus roll in on a firetruck at the Downtown Winter Lights Festival. Enjoy snacks and drinks (beer and wine for the adults, free hot cocoa and cookies for kids). Take part in events like ornament painting and live performances. The main events are the Remembrance Candle Lighting – a 30-year-old tradition to honor loved ones lost – and, of course, the Tree Lighting. Go enjoy the holiday season with family and friends in Santa Rosa on Friday, December 3rd from 4 – 4:45pm.

Cloverdale

Food, wine, gifts, ballet, live music and a good cheer at the Cloverdale Winter Festival 2021. Don’t miss this wonderful event this coming Friday, December 3rd from 4:30 – 8pm. Two streets will be closed to celebrate this event. Did we mentioned Santa will be making an appearance for pictures?

Windsor

The Town of Windsor Holiday Celebration and Tree Lighting will feature musical performances, children’s cookie decorating, letter to Santa station, gift vendors and food. Santa will stop by and light the tree at 7pm. The celebration will take place Thursday, December 2nd from 5 – 8pm in the Town Green.

What better way to celebrate the holidays than being apart of a community all celebrating together? Don’t miss out on the holiday cheer this year, Sonoma.

Leslie
Leslie
A transplant from Southern California, she is a senior at Sonoma State University pursuing a Bachelor’s in English. She enjoys reading, British accents, and in another life she would be a Malacologist.

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