December 2021 - Calendar of Online Events

December 2021 - Calendar of Online Events

 

Yorba Linda Community Help Drive Through Dec. 10

Join the Yorba Linda Teen Action Committee in bringing joy to those in need. Non-perishable, non-expired food items or unwrapped gifts can be dropped off at any of our recreational facilities 11/8 through 12/10. Look for a large decorated box labeled "Community Help Drive". Black Gold Golf Club, Thomas Lasorda Jr. Field House, Community Center, Cultural Arts Center, City Hall yorbalindaca.gov.
 

La Palma Toys for Tots Through Dec. 10

The La Palma Community Services department will be collecting donations for the annual holiday Marine Toys for Tots Program. Those interested may bring a new, unwrapped toy to help less fortunate children throughout the United States experience the joys of the season. La Palma Community Center cityoflapalma.org
 
Sawdust Art Festival's Winter Festival Through Dec. 19 Weekends. Shop handcrafted gifts of art, and experience the Sawdust during the holidays with three entertainment stages withlive entertainment, photos with Santa, winter-themed art classes, glassblowing and other demonstrations, a petting zoo, puppet shows, falling snow, and carolers. 935 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach | (949) 494-3030 / sawdustartfestival.org.
 

Letters to Santa Nov. 26-Dec. 17

Children of Ladera Ranch can write a letter to Santa telling him what they wish for Christmas. Drop off your letter by placing it inside the mailbox that will be located in front of the Avendale Village Clubhouse at 1 Daisy St. starting Nov. 26 or bring it to the Miracle of Mercantile Way Event. Avendale Village Clubhouse, Ladera Ranch. (949) 388-8300 / laderalife.com.
 

Night of Lights OC Nov. 26-Jan. 2

Don’t miss a magical and interactive Winter Wonderland Drive-Thru Experience. From the safety and comfort of your own vehicle, guests will be guided through a mile-long course featuring: Over one million dazzling lights, Themed holiday scenery & immersive vignettes, Characters, and dancers including Santa (through Dec. 24), Snow Princess, Toy Soldiers, Yeti, Snow Angels and more. Animated light shows to music through your car radio. Light tunnels. OC Fair & Event Center, Costa Mesa nightoflightsoc.com.
 

Surf City Winter Wonderland Nov. 26-Jan. 2

HBs Pier Plaza will be home to Surf City Winter Wonderland, where residents and visitors can “skate” next to our City beach like never before! Pier Plaza, Huntington Beach | (714) 536-5486 / huntingtonbeachca.gov.
 

Holidays at the Harbor Through Early Jan

Dana Point Harbor Partners is spreading seasonal cheer with the annual holiday light display that will illuminate the Harbor from November 17 – early January. Each night throughout the holiday season, the Harbor’s magnificent light display will illuminate the evening sky for guests of all ages to enjoy. Themed light exhibits throughout the Harbor will include Candy Cane Lane, a “Merry Kiss Me” arch, lighted trees, and much more. danapointharbor.com.
 

La Palma Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony Dec. 1

Ring in the holiday season with musical performances by La Palma’s local schools and enjoy the lighting of the Holiday Tree with the community! Santa and his elves will arrive before the Ceremony so families will have an opportunity to visit with him and Mrs. Claus. Arts and crafts, a letter to Santa station, and more! 3:30-5:30 pm / Central Park | (714) 690-3300 / cityoflapalma.org.
 

Casa Lumina Holiday Walk Dec. 1-22

A fun family-friendly experience for all, each night of the Casa Lumina Holiday Walk will include an illuminated walk through Casa Romantica, live entertainment from local artists, crafts including Letters to Santa, and a hot cocoa bar. Casa Romantica Cultural Center and Gardens, San Clemente (949) 498-2139 / casaromantica.org.
 

Seal Beach Christmas Parade Dec. 3

Join our Sunny Saints entry in this wonderful hometown Christmas Parade. This year's theme is "Surf's Up" and we are entered as the "Surfin' Saints". 6-9 pm / Main Street sunnysaints.org. For more information please contact your First American representative. Fountain Valley Tree Lighting Dec. 4 Dress warm for Hyundai's Snow Zone! 4:30-8pm. Fountain Valley Recreation Center fountainvalley.org.
 

Memorial Care Miller Children's & Women's Hospital Long Beach Winter Wonderland Dec. 4

Free snow play. Snow sledding. Santa's Village. Tree lighting. Musical entertainment. Toy drive for local charities. 4-7:30pm / Pine St. & St. Isidore Historical Plaza, Los Alamitos (562) 430-1073 / cityoflosalamitos.org.
 

Santa's Village by the Sea Dec. 4

One holiday event that brings the Holly Jolly Hoopla and the Glitz on Del Mar together for a night of music, food, hot chocolate, popcorn, games, and snow to San Clemente on big event for the entire family to enjoy! 4-8pm / Avenida Del Mar, San Clemente san-clemente.org.
 

Winter in the Grove Dec. 4

The popular “Snowtopia” attraction features 50 tons of snow to create nine snow slides. Unlimited snow rides are $5 per person. The holiday craft boutique returns, offering handmade items from local vendors. Other activities include entertainment from local performers and schools, inflatables, craft-making, holiday photo areas, and holiday treats. The event culminates with the lighting of a 24-foot, fully decorated tree, along with a visit by Santa and Mrs. Claus. 3-7 pm / Village Green park ggcity.org.
 

Irvine Holiday Tree Lighting Dec. 4

The event will include visits with Santa Claus, live holiday music, and a winter-themed train route. Guests are encouraged to bring a new, unwrapped gift suitable for infants or children up to age 12. Toy donations aid the Irvine 2/11 Marine Adoption Committee Holiday Toy Drive, which benefits the families of Irvine’s adopted 2/11 Marine Battalion. 4-6:30pm / Civic Center cityofirvine.org .
 

Stanton Christmas Tree Lighting Dec. 9

We invite you to join your family and friends for this holiday favorite! Enjoy live music, arts & crafts, storytime with the Stanton Library, and lighting of the Stanton Christmas tree! 6:30-8:30pm / City Hall stantonca.gov.
 

Cookies with Mrs. Claus Dec. 10

Join the City of Fountain Valley for a night of fun with Cookies and Mrs. Claus. Participants will enjoy storytime, crafts, activities, and carnival games. Pre-registration is required. $8 per person. Limited spots are available. 8:30-11am / Fountain Valley Recreation Center fountainvalley.org.
 

Tustin Tree Lighting Dec. 10

Don't forget to visit the Holiday Boutique hosted by the Tustin Host Lions Club from 4-9 pm. 7-8:30pm / Tustin Library Courtyard tustinca.org.
 

Dana Point Boat Parade of Lights Dec. 10-12

“Fiesta Holiday” theme. Boaters decorate their vessels to the theme of the parade, for a chance to win cash prizes across several award categories. Fri & Sat 7:30pm, Sun 6pm / Dana Point Harbor (949) 388-3663 / danapointharbor.com.
 

Nights of 1000 Lights Dec. 10-12 & 16-22

Guests will take a stroll in the glistening light tunnel, go under the sea in the Succulent Garden, boogie in the Crystal Disco, experience a South Beach Christmas in the Tropical Conservatory, and make a wish at The Wishing Tree. Aerial silk performers, a fairy forest, and other surprises await throughout the Gardens. 6-9 pm / Sherman Library & Gardens, Corona del Mar thesherman.org.
 

Laguna Niguel Holiday Parade Dec. 11

View more than 100 exciting entries including marching bands, floats, special guests, youth groups, equestrian units, exotic cars, military members, local heroes, and fun attractions! No hometown holiday parade is complete without a dazzling entrance by Santa Claus! 10 am / Crown Valley Parkway cityoflagunaniguel.org. Villa Park Dryland Boat Parade Dec. 12 No group celebration in the Town Center this year. 5 pm / Starts on Taft Ave. and returns to VP High (714) 998-1500 / vpcsfoundation.org.
 

Newport Beach Christmas Boat Parade Dec. 15-19

The parade starts at Collins Island and will last approximately three and a half hours over 250 ships participate in the parade along with hundreds of waterfront estates. Providing the backdrop for the parade is the Ring of Lights waterfront home and business decorating competition. FREE for spectators, entry fee for participating boats. 6:30pm / Newport Beach/Newport Bay christmasboatparade.com.
 

Muckenthaler Holiday Festival Dec. 19

Celebrate the holiday season with family-friendly activities, live music, free art workshops for kids, and an arts and crafts sale. Featuring Performances by Noelle Lidyoff, The Sugar Daddies, The Kamaaina Glee Club, & Momentum Dance. 12-4 pm / The Muckenthaler Cultural Center, Fullerton themuck.org.
 

Home for the Holidays Pet Adoption Fair Dec. 5

Features local pet rescue groups and pet-related vendors, along with upwards of 200 adoptable animals. The park-like environment provides ample space for the community to come together to find a new furry family member and get an early start to holiday gifting for ourselves, our pets, and more. Will be held entirely outdoors. 10 am-2 pm / Irvine Animal Care Center.
 

Corona del Mar Christmas Walk Dec. 5

The day offers something for all ages drawing thousands of friends, neighbors, and business owners into the district of Corona del Mar for fun and merriment that can’t be matched! Live entertainment staging over 17 local bands. Santa’s Visits and Snapshots. Beer & Wine Gardens. Unique Vendor Gifts. Children’s Activities. Merchant & Restaurant Promotions. 11 am-5pmCorona del Mar Village cdmchamber.com.
Brea Holiday Car Show Dec. 5 10am-4pm / Downtown Brea (760) 674-0801 / breadowntown.com.
 

Pines Park Tree Lighting Dec. 6

Santa and his elves will be arriving on his Jolly Trolley to hand out pre-packaged treats for children up to 12 years of age. The event features carolers, hot chocolate, cookies, and tree lighting at 5:15 pm. Bring an unwrapped toy for the Spark of Love Toy Drive. 4:30-5:30pm / 34941 Camino Capistrano, Dana Point danapoint.org.
 

Cypress Holiday Sing & Tree Lighting Dec. 7

This festive holiday evening will include: Performances from local schools, Train rides, Hot chocolate & cookies, Letters to Santa, cards to Veterans, Crafts, Life-sized games, A visit from Santa himself. Don’t forget to bring your camera to capture some wonderful holiday memories! The event is festival seating, chairs and blankets are highly recommended. 6-8 pm / Civic Center Green cypressca.org.

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