LET IT SNOW! LA MESA’S HOLIDAY IN THE VILLAGE RINGS IN THE HOLIDAY SEASON DEC. 13-14

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November 25, 2019 (La Mesa) -- The La Mesa Village Associations Holiday in the Village will once again be ringing in holiday cheer. This year will include snow to create a winter wonderland like no other, thanks to Viejas Casino and Resort, sponsor of the event. The holiday festival runs Friday, Dec. 13 from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday, Dec. 14 from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
 
In the historic downtown La Mesa Village, you’re invited to bring your friends and family to take part in free, festive fun with live music, cozy fires, dancing, reindeer games, craft vendors, live entertainment food, a strolling balloon artist, train rides for kids, and a “kids’ area bigger than Santa’s toy shop,” organizers say. 

This year’s locally loved La Mesa Holiday in the Village is going back to its roots to bring guests more entertainment, more vendors, and an inclusive holiday experience for all ages to enjoy. Friends and family can relax by the fire pits spread around the village while enjoying caroling from local singing groups, local bands and community groups, cheerful holiday classic music, and other live entertainment on multiple stages. Get ready to rock around the Christmas tree and dance the night away to your holiday favorites, as well as some local tunes,
 
The little ones can have their own never-ending fun as the kids’ area returns Your tiny tots can run around and enjoy inflatable slides, a holiday train ride, festive balloon art and more in the expanded children’s section. Old Saint Nick will be in town for children’s photos with Santa for the perfect holiday card for friends and family.
 
For a map, details, or to apply to be a vendor, visit www.lamesavillageassociation.org
 
 
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