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1913 - Castaic Range War: Chromicle ally Billy Rose shoots, wounds landowner William W. Jenkins [story]
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This holiday season, Westfield Valencia Town Center will be introducing #HowDoYouHoliday 2017 – a combination of services, amenities and experiences designed to make this special time of year enjoyable, meaningful, stylish and even hassle-free.

Below is the full list of holiday programming at Westfield Valencia Town Center:

Santa Claus including Fast Pass – [Nov. 10 – Dec. 24, Sears Center Court] Ho! Ho! Ho! Santa has arrived at Westfield Valencia Town Center this holiday season, while his elves are hard at work back at the North Pole prepping for the big day. Be sure to make a holiday visit to say “hello” to the jolly fellow and capture your memorable moment. Santa is here from Nov. 10 – Dec. 24. Make a reservation to see Santa and skip the line, with Santa Fast Pass, through Dec. 21st.
Santa photo detail including hours and photo package pricing: https://www.westfield.com/valencia/events/all-events/photos-with-santa/45732
Santa Fast Pass: https://www.santasfastpass.com/scheduling/2417-valencia-town-center

“Operation: Santa Salute” – [Saturday, 12/2 between 11am-2pm in Town Center Drive] Join us for Operation Santa Salute, on Saturday, Dec. 2nd – a day of appreciation for our active Military and Veteran Families. On this day, all active Military and Veteran families are invited to join us to visit Santa during regular Santa hours to receive one free 5×7 photo* and a free digital download* (with valid Government issued Military/Veteran ID card, one photo per family only). Plus, join us for other celebrations on this day showing support to our local Veterans and Active Military families including: Sending a special video message to troops, writing a letter to troops, food and drink samples from our retailers. We welcome and invite guests to visit the Santa set to pay it forward and donate towards a photo through December 1 to gift towards a Military family during Operation Santa Salute. Visithttps://www.westfield.com/valencia/events/all-events/santa-salute/45751 for more information.

Santa’s Workshop – [Dec. 9th and 10th between 11am-5pm on Level 2 across from H&M] Guests of Valencia Town Center can enjoy a family-friendly day of activities including As You Wish Poetry canvas painting, Gymboree Play & Music arts and crafts, holiday music, story time and of course, delicious desserts! There will also be a Princess from the Lythgoe Family Panto’s “Beauty and the Beast – A Christmas Rose” who will lead a story-time, meet & greet and a raffle for tickets to see Panto’s “Beauty and the Beast – A Christmas Rose” playing at The Pasadena Civic, Dec 13-24. Visit https://www.westfield.com/valencia/events/all-events/santa-s-workshop/45754 for more information.

Winter Nights – Features live seasonal music and performances by well-known entertainers, community performers and local schools – as well as “snow” cascading from the rooftops to give shoppers the feel of a true winter night.
Menorah Lighting Ceremony – [Sunday, Dec. 15th between 5pm-7pm in JCPenney Court] Join Rabbi Choni Marozov and Valencia Town Center for a special evening of fun, food and festivities. Visit https://www.westfield.com/valencia/events/all-events/hanukkah/45753 for more information.
Santa Paws – [Thursday, December 14th between 7pm-9pm in Sears Center Court] Bring your pets to take a photo with Santa during this dedicated Pet Photo Event! Purchase a photo package to receive a holiday gift for your furry friend. Visit https://www.westfield.com/valencia/events/all-events/santa-paws/45752 for more information.

The holiday program at Westfield Valencia Town Center also includes:
− Jovial Festivities– Including exciting live performances, tasty treats, arts programs, holiday carolers, and unique experiences for visitors of all ages.
− “Style and Spirit” – Curated shopping collections and gift lists, product search navigation, gift recommendations, incentives, and promotions – all integrated into Westfield’s “Holiday Hub” located online at www.westfield.com/holiday. Westfield’s digital and social media channels will also include rich user-generated content utilizing the #HowDoYouHoliday hashtag, as well as local influencer perspectives and recommendations.
– “Sanity Services” – Holiday shopping can sometimes be hard work, and Westfield is going the extra mile this year to provide a suite of enhanced services that make the experience easier than ever before. Examples include package check and home delivery, gift wrapping, personalized monogramming, styling consultations and more.

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