Lots of holiday happenings right in the neighborhood :
December 15th, Wednesday- Christmas Movie Night. First movie for the whole family, 1983’s “Christmas Story”. Following that is “Christmas Tree Blues”, a short film that will be making its Sonoma County premiere, co-produced by our own Choklit Chanteuse and sound design by Clifford Hill. To round out the evening, the 1988 Christmas blockbuster, “Die Hard”. This night of Christmas movie magic was created by Skye Barnett & Clifford Hill. Location: Toad in the Hole Time: 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.
December 18th, Saturday- West End Christmas Caroling– The weather outside might be frightful- so the carolers aren’t quite sure what the plan is. If all goes well, they will carol in the neighborhood from 6-7 p.m. and end up at Toad in the Hole for the following event. If you would like more information, email Tory
December 18th, Saturday- A very “Deluxe” Christmas Variety Show. Dust off those fuzzy Christmas sweaters! The Buckets are going to be rockin’- come enjoy a good old fireside-rock show as well as a variety of other acts. The West End Carolers will make an appearance. If you have a talent that you want to display in front of the world then please contact Clifford Location: Toad in the Hole Time: 8 p.m.
6th Street Theater Shows: (For complete info go to www.6thstreetplayhouse.com )
Ham for the Holidays– November 26th- December 19th. Back by Popular Demand! Written & Directed by Shad Willingham Set on Christmas Eve in a small radio station (WHAM) in Georgia (circa 1940), a group of actors await the arrival of Orson Welles who is scheduled to make a guest appearance on their broadcast.
A Christmas Carol– School of Drama Winter Workshop production. December 17, 18, 19 at 7 p.m. December 18, 19 at 2 p.m. Student performers ages 8 to 16 years will lead audience members on a nostalgic journey back in time to Victorian England.
6th Street Improv– Improvised Radio Show December 19th, Sunday. 6th Street Improv uses the set of Ham for the Holidays to create their own 1940′s style radio show. Will include completely new, never-before-seen or heard improvised songs, sound effects, serial stories, and sponsors.
Holiday Horse & Carriage Rides in Historic Railroad Square– A fun holiday tradition. Weekends until Christmas Eve (weather permitting) 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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