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  • Lori Lindsay

1- Ice skating at LA Live or Santa Monica Winterlit.

2 - Candy Cane Lane in Altadena.

3 - The Grove. Every night, it snows at For one hour.

4 - Hollywood Blvd. Christmas lights and decorations.

5 - Descano Gardens. Enchanted Forest of Light.

6 - Yuletide Cinemaland in L.A Heritage Square.

7 - L.A. Zoo Lights.

8 - L.A. County Holiday Celebration at the The Music Center.

9 - LA Arboretum: Lightscape in downtown LA.

10 - Holiday Road in Calabasas.

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Love where you live.

Entwined in Golden Gate Park

Charles Gadeken’s crowd-favorite glowing meadow is back in Golden Gate Park.

Christmas in the Park in San Jose

Spend a day at San Jose’s glittering winter wonderland or take a drive through Blinky’s Illuminated Holiday drive-through.

Garden of D’Lights in Walnut Creek

This gorgeous garden in Walnut Creek will be decked out with lights, lasers, and special effects.

Holidays at Filoli in Woodside

One of the Bay Area’s most beautiful and lesser-known light displays is at Filoli Estate & Gardens in Woodside.

Illuminate SF Festival of Light in SF

Now through January – The 10th annual event celebrates 62 temporary and permanent glowing installations around SF.

GLOW: Discover the Art of Light at the Exploratorium

SF’s Exploratorium has brought back its popular exhibition of light art.

Glowfari at the Oakland Zoo

Hundreds of gigantic hand-painted animal lanterns have been placed throughout the Oakland Zoo’s campus, making for a totally unique zoo tour by night.

Embarcadero Center in San Francisco

SF’s Embarcadero Center will be outlined with 17,000 bright lights for its characteristic look during the holidays. Festivities include the 36th annual building lighting ceremony and carnival.

Let’s Glow SF in San Francisco

Downtown SF is once again pulling out all the stops with Let’s Glow SF, the nation’s largest holiday projecting mapping event which transforms buildings around the Financial District. The displays are easily viewed via a self-guided walking tour. Let’s Glow SF was a total hit for its inaugural event last year, so we can’t wait to see how they’ll step it up this time around.

Union Square Menorah Lighting in San Francisco

The Bill Graham Menorah Project is back this year with nightly giant menorah lighting ceremonies every night of Hanukkah. See the famous 25-foot menorah alight over Union Square and be sure to check out the special events happening on December 18th, which include kids’ crafts and performances.

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  • Lori Lindsay

Do something Green Today.

Planting trees around your residence will provide a number of long term societal, environmental, and economic benefits for you and your community. 

Tree lined streets have a traffic calming effect, traffic moves more slowly and safely. Trees can be placed to screen unwanted views or noise from busy highways. Trees can complement the architecture or design of buildings or entire neighborhoods.


Trees reduce the urban heat island effect through evaporative cooling and reducing the amount of sunlight that reaches parking lots and buildings. This is especially true in areas with large impervious surfaces, such as parking lots of stores and industrial complexes. Trees improve our air quality by filtering harmful dust and pollutants such as ozone, carbon monoxide, and sulfur dioxide from the air we breathe.

Well placed trees can reduce your cooling costs in the summer by shading the south and west sides of your home. If deciduous trees are used they will allow the sun to pass through and warm your home in the winter. Evergreen trees on the north side of your home and shrubs around the foundation of your home can act as a windbreak to reduce the cooling effects of winter winds.

Instructions on how to plant a tree 


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