Holiday Festival!

Los Feliz Village´s Eclectic Annual Holiday Festival features lots of incredible gifts, cheer and goodwill. Trolley and an open-air bus transport revelers around Village main streets of Vermont Ave. Hillhurst Ave. and Hollywood Blvd. Magicians, musicians, elves and carolers create mirth and an unforgettable holiday experience.

 Who: The Los Feliz Village Business Improvement District (LFVBID), Village merchants and restaurants

What: 5th Annual Los Feliz Village Holiday Festival

Where: Los Feliz Village; Hillhurst Ave., Hollywood Blvd. and Vermont Ave.

When: Saturday, December 4th, 2010 5PM – 10PM

(Kicks off at 5PM at the Los Feliz library with Tree-lighting ceremony and singing.)

Why: The Los Feliz Village Holiday Festival, now in its 5th year, has become THE place for creative Angelinos to source imaginative, eclectic and one-of-a-kind holiday gifts.

Special Attractions:

HILLHURST:

5:00pm tree lighting ceremony at the Los Feliz Library (Hillhurst/Franklin) kicks off the holiday festival.

Photos with Santa at Coldwell Banker. (1917 Hillhurst)

Alphabet Soup puppeteers at Dragonfly DuLou (2066 Hillhurst)

Antique Car Show at Ise Automotive (1774 Hillhurst)

Hot cider and 20% discounts at Panty Raid Fine Lingerie 11M-10PM (1953 Hillhurst)

Food, drink, music and craziness at Transcend Salon. (1946 Hillhurst)

Live mariachi music at Yuca’s. (2056 Hillhurst)

Chanukah festivities from 6pm to 10pm–including refreshments, Menorah lighting and more. Chabad of Greater Los Feliz (1930 Hillhurst Ave)

An Elf and a Hannukah Harry offering face painting on the sidewalk, handing out candy canes and Hannukah gelt!-Alcove | Big Bar   (1929 Hillhurst)

 

HOLLYWOOD BLVD:

Stocking give-a ways, stuffing and decorating at numerous shops and restaurants on Hollywood Blvd.

”Blushing Santa” house rum punch, classic Christmas music and delectable edibles at Sweeney Todd’s Barber Shop. (4639 Hollywood Blvd.)

Free tamale samples & hot delicious Ponche ( a Mexican holiday tradition) at Yuca’s on Hollywood. (4666 Hollywood Blvd.)

Craft fair, face painting, free baked goods and drinks. Primrose Organics Salon. (4616 Hollywood Blvd.)

VERMONT AVE:

Most restaurants and coffee shops open quite late with specials

Hot chocolate stations at various points on Vermont.

Strolling musicians up and down Vermont Ave.

Skylight Books (1818 N. Vermont)- Annual holiday window display featuring model train; refreshments and libations.

Vermont Restraurant and Bar, “Holiday Road: The Soundtrack of John Hughes” (1714 N. Vermont Ave.), 9PM (this is a ticket purchase event).

 Admission: Free to the Public

Posted on December 03, 2010 by losfeliz

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