Downtown Holiday Open House

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27th November

Saturday, December 1st, the downtown will be exploding with merriment. Starting at noon, you can find free entertainment in Putnam Plaza with horse & carriage rides, face painting, balloon animals, caroling, live music, ornament forgings, gift wrapping and more.

In the Bank Building, the small vendor faire will help you shop for those “who have everything” and children’s entertainment inthe form of puppet theatre, songs, and storytime with Benedettiville and Love, Hope & Magic.

But that’s not all! Around town you will find caricature drawings at Flower Child, harpist and ornament making at Seed Bank, cookie decorating at iLeoni, latke tasting near the Water Street Bridge and more.

For a complete list of entertainment and merchant specials visit our page here.


Santa’s Riverboat Arrival

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20th November

When Santa arrives in Petaluma, he leaves his sleigh at home. Instead, he and Mrs. Claus make a uniquely Petaluma arrival. They sail up the Petaluma River on a tugboat and dock at River Plaza Shopping Center on E.Washington to the cheers of hundreds of excited children.

Everyone will get into the spirit of the season with live entertainment by the Pacific Empire Chorus and Petaluma Pete while waiting for Santa and Mrs. Claus to arrive. The Christmas couple are welcomed by costumed dancers from the Petaluma School of Ballet’s “Nutcracker.” Then Santa and Mrs. Claus make their way across the shopping center parking lot – handing out candy canes along the way – where they will be available for family photos in their special tent. Be sure to bring your Christmas wish list!

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Utility Box Art

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16th November

You may have noticed that the utility boxes around town have been getting a make-over. Once the target of graffiti, they are now being transformed into works of art by local Petaluma artists, thanks to the Business Improvement District.
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