The first 100 people who stop by the Christmas in the Park info booth on opening weekend of Christmas in the Park will receive a free ticket to the San Jose Harvest Festival! The Harvest Festival takes place November 27-29 at the San Jose Convention Center, right next door to all the festivities. Just say the magic words “Harvest Festival” to see if you are one of the lucky winners.
The San Jose Harvest Festival is the largest indoor arts and crafts show on the West Coast, offering over 24,000 American handmade gifts. Attendees can start their holiday shopping browsing items like original art, jewelry, clothing, pottery, textiles, specialty foods, toys, home decor and more.
The event takes place Friday from 9am-6pm, Saturday from 10am-6pm and Sunday from 10am-5pm. Tickets range in price from $4-$9 and children 12 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. For tickets and additional details, visit http://www.harvestfestival.com or call 800-346-1212.
About Family Giving Tree
If you want the perfect Downtown for the Holidays experience, make sure you don’t miss out on Downtown Ice, produced by the San Jose Downtown Association. It doesn’t matter if you are an experienced ice skater or a beginner, everyone is invited to grab a pair of ice-skates and enjoy the beautifully lit palm trees at Downtown Ice. Located across the street from Christmas in the Park, at Circle of the Palms. This ice rink is actually bigger than the one at the Rockefeller Center in New York City! So grab your friends and family and join other fellow ice-skaters for an experience you’ll never forget.
For more information, including prices and times, check out http://www.sjdowntown.com/downtownice.html
When you visit Christmas in the Park, stop by Winter Wonderland, produced by Giant Creative Services. At Winter Wonderland, you can go round and round, and up and down, and get dizzy on their exciting rides. Winter Wonderland, Downtown Ice and Christmas in the Park have partnered to bring you an even better Downtown holiday experience with classic rides, popcorn and candy apples. Buy an unlimited rides wristband and enjoy the gigantic Ferris Wheel over and over again. So treat yourself to these memorable rides, attractions and deliciously fun treats.
For more information, including prices and times, check out http://www.winterwonderlandsj.com
About Loved Twice
Loved Twice is a non-profit organization clothing newborns in need with quality reused baby clothing for the first year of life. They collect gently-used baby clothes, sort these precious garments into boy and girl wardrobes-in-a-box, and distribute them exclusively through social workers in hospitals, shelters, and clinics. Theirs is a simple solution that supports disadvantaged babies while reusing thousands of onesies, swaddling blankets, and babywear that would otherwise end up in landfills. When visiting Christmas in the Park this year, stop by the Santa Booth to donate to Loved Twice.