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Town Center hosts holiday cheer

This year's holiday tree lighting event will take place on Saturday, Nov. 24, at El Dorado Hills Town Center. Village Life file photo
This year's holiday tree lighting event will take place on Saturday, Nov. 24, at El Dorado Hills Town Center. Village Life file photo

Over the next couple of weeks El Dorado Hills Town Center will transform into a holiday wonderland with lights, holiday wreaths and more. November is just the start to a fabulous holiday event season at Town Center.  

Photo op with Santa Claus
Starting Friday, Nov. 23, and running through Christmas Eve, Santa Claus will spend time at El Dorado Hills Town Center spreading holiday cheer. Families are invited to visit with Santa to share wish lists and to take a picture with Santa, with photo packages starting at $12.99. Meet Santa at the California Welcome Center on Post Street next to Cold Stone Creamery.

Holiday tree lighting
Nothing kicks off the season better than a holiday tree lighting. On Saturday, Nov. 24, El Dorado Hills Town Center will host the community’s 48th annual Holiday Tree Lighting in partnership with the El Dorado Hills Chamber and Community Services District.

The event kicks off with a merchant open house starting at 4 p.m., and the first 100 kids to arrive will be invited to play the “Stuff Your Stocking” game. Radio Disney will be on hand hosting the Rockin’ Road Show from 5 to 6:30 p.m. and, to top things off, Santa will arrive on his traditional El Dorado Hills fire truck to light the tree with his magic glitter. Ceremony time is from 6:30 to 7 p.m.

There will be kettle korn, face painting, cookies, hot chocolate and candy canes galore! Guests are encouraged to bring a camera to this very popular community event.

For more information visit eldoradohillstowncenter.com.

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