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Attendees gathered around this Christmas tree to take pictures with friends and family and to celebrate the upcoming holiday.
Attendees gathered around this Christmas tree to take pictures with friends and family and to celebrate the upcoming holiday.
A child sleds down the icy hill brought in by Lake Elsinore for their annual Winterfest Holiday Street Fair. 
A child sleds down the icy hill brought in by Lake Elsinore for their annual Winterfest Holiday Street Fair. 

Lake Elsinore begins holiday season with ‘Winterfest’


Saturday, December 22nd, 2012
Issue 51, Volume 16.
Danielle Briana
Special to the Valley News
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Lake Elsinore was abuzz with Christmas cheer on Friday, Dec. 7. The many attendees celebrated the Winterfest Holiday Street Fair and Celebration in historic downtown Lake Elsinore.

There were many fun activities that children got to participate in such as arts and crafts, visits with Santa Claus, bouncers, a petting zoo – which included donkeys, horses, and geese – and even sled runs with real snow.

In addition to these activities, there were bands playing holiday songs, dancing, food vendors, and shopping. This event was a great way to start the holiday season and get everyone in the Christmas spirit. 


 

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