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Our holiday festival is getting better and better -- feast your eyes on the latest updates!

December 10, 2014 (Mt. Helix) -- Joy to the world! It's time for our annual eve of feasting and merrymaking with East County Magazine's readers, staff, loyal volunteers, and our team of elves working hard to make this event festive and fun for all.  Our annual holiday bash will be held on Sunday, December 21 from 3 to 7 p.m. at a private home on Mt. Helix.

The party is open only to our subscribers of our free weekly newsletter and/or our wildfire alerts, so if you're not yet a subscriber, join free by clicking here to receive your invitaiton with address and full details.

Come mix and mingle, savor wonderful  foods, wine tasting, live music by Jeff Lee, holiday fun, prizes galore and more.  Thanks to our generous sponsors including New York Bakery, Olive Garden, Anthony's Fish Grotto, La Mesa Bistro, San Pasqual Winery, Ramona Valley Vineyards, La Finquita Winery, Viejas Band of the Kumeyaay Nation, Poway Performing Arts Center, Next Door Wine & Craft Beer Bar, and  Fusion Glass.



Prizes include gift certificates, jewelry, wine baskets, San Diego Zoo passes, wine tastings, original art, books by local authors, Viejas gift certificates, family activities and much more! (More prizes welcome - donate a prize for free publicity for your business or organization!)

Come mix and mingle with our writers and radio personalities, community leaders and elected officials including Congresswoman Susan Davis!

Suggested donation:  $10 (or 2 for $16- bring your friends! Our staff and volunteers are free; if you wish, bring a dish to share)

Please RSVP as early as you can so Santa, Mrs. Claus and the elves will be sure to have plenty of delicious goodies on hand for all of that feasting and merrymaking! 

Subscribers can RSVP by calling (619)698-7617 or email with RSVP in the subject line. 

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