It’s Sunday! Ohhh! Get ready for all the Christmas events – both day and night – available in accordance with Covid-19 safety guidelines on the Sunday “Gayle on the Go!” list.
Take a look! Enjoy…SAFELY!
“The Toy Guy” Chris Byrne Holiday
Toys 2021: The Fun & The Challenges of This Season
Kip’s Toyland : L.A.’s Oldest Toy Store
Original Farmers Market
323 939 8334
Among the HOT THINGS on the toy list of “The Toy Guy” Chris Byrne is the Magic Mixies Magic Cauldron from Moose Toys; the Go Go Bird Butterfly from Zing; and the CoCoMelon Deluxe Interactive JJ Doll from Jazwares; and at Kip’s Toyland at the Original Farmers Market the durable Bruder line of toy trucks.
L.A.’s Largest Ski Show and Snowboard Expo
L.A. Convention Center
Winter sports toys are yours at Ski Dazzle, L.A.’s largest ski show and snowboard expo at the downtown Los Angeles Convention Center. Winter sports lovers are invited to shop the deals, talk to the experts and have some fun. All tickets must be purchased online in advance at www.skidazzle.com.
Mission Inn Hotel & Spa’s Festival of Lights
3469 Mission Inn Avenue
951 784 0300
One of the nation’s BEST PUBLIC LIGHT displays is waiting for you! The Mission Inn Hotel & Spa’s Festival of Lights continues its 29-year-old tradition. Once you’ve been awed by display, check the missioninn.com website for information about dining and relaxing at the historic full-service hotel.
Boat Parade of Lights
Dana Point Harbor
34675 Golden Lantern
This holiday light show is on the water. Boaters decorate their vessels with a “Fiesta Holiday” theme and a chance to win cash prizes in several holiday lights boat decorating categories. The danapointharbor.com website suggests arriving early to park and settle in for the aquatic display schedule to begin at 6pm.
”Sky’s the Limit!”
South Pasadena Tournament of Roses Association sptor.org
If you’re in the mood to do more than install Christmas decorations, the team building the South Pasadena Rose Parade Float can use your help on their 2022 creation, “SKY’S THE LIMIT”, which will travel in the Rose Parade using the Top Gun “Danger Zone” theme as their animated critters fly along the parade route. Sign up by emailing email@example.com or use the sptor.org website. Donations are also welcome to help cover the costs of building materials.
“Who Says We Can’t?”
La Canada Flintridge Tournament of Roses Association
818 952 1598
The team of volunteers building the 2022 La Canada Flintridge Rose Parade can use some help as well for their massive “WHO SAYS WE CAN’T” rolling, animated sculpture.
The La Canada Flintridge Tournament of Roses Association website is the place to volunteer, donate, and monitor the incredible work on this young at heart creation, WHO SAYS WE CAN’T.
So, let’s make this a “…GET READY FOR THE ROSE PARADE…” Sunday. Gayle Anderson, KTLA 5 News.