‘Tis The Season IN Paso Robles, CA Celebrate The Holidays with Brilliant Lights, Caroling, Artisan Gift Shopping And More!

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Delight in holiday pleasures with a getaway to festive Paso Robles this winter season. Nestled in the Central California Coast midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, visitors will enjoy the ideal holiday respite complete with Victorian homes dressed in dazzling lights, traditional caroling and a spectacular tree lighting ceremony. Shoppers will find the perfect gifts as they stroll around charming downtown filled with local artisan shops featuring gourmet food items, handicrafts and artwork. Below are the not-to-miss holiday events in Paso Robles. Visitors can plan their stay around the following activities, or just come to relax. For more information on attractions, dining and lodging, visit http://www.travelpaso.com. For the latest news, visit http://blog.travelpaso.com or follow us on twitter @travelpaso.

11/23: Downtown Lighting Ceremony (free!)
Downtown Paso Robles, 5:30 p.m.
Mrs. Claus will officially kick off the holiday season when she lights the holiday tree in all its glory. Enjoy caroling, live music, cookies and hot chocolate. For more information, call (805) 238-4103 or visit http://www.travelpaso.com.

12/1: 51st Annual Christmas Light Parade (free!)
10th & Spring Streets, 7 p.m.
Grab some warm blankets and chairs and head downtown to enjoy the sights of twinkling lights and spectacular floats. You don’t want to miss the parade this holiday season featuring local establishments and of course, Santa Claus who is taking time off from his busy toy making schedule to visit Paso Robles. For more information, call (805) 238-4103 or visit http://www.travelpaso.com.

12/8: 25th Annual Vine St. Victorian Showcase (free!)
8th to 21st Streets, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Thirteen blocks of Vine Street in Paso Robles close down for a night as the crowds of 15,000 plus roam up and down this exhilarating street, featuring beautifully restored Victorian houses, bedecked with sparkling Christmas lights and decorations galore. For more information, call (805) 238-4103 or visit http://www.travelpaso.com.

12/15: Victorian Teddy Bear Tea
Paso Robles Golf Club, 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Grab those beloved teddy bears and head over to the Paso Robles Golf Club for tea and cookies. This is a great holiday treat for children and adults alike. Tickets are $7 for children and $13 for adults and will be available December 1st at the Main Street office, 835 12th St. in the Norma’s Alley. Seating is limited. For more information, call (805) 238-4103 or visit http://www.travelpaso.com.

About Paso Robles, CA
Nestled in the Santa Lucia Mountains of the Central California Coast midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, Paso Robles is a welcoming retreat that offers the authentic California experience. The extensive variety of activities and experiences provide enjoyment for everyone including untouched natural beauty, more than 200 wineries, renowned cultural attractions including nearby Hearst Castle, a bounty of fresh cuisine supplied by local organic specialty farmers, ranchers and fisherman, first-class shopping, golf and entertainment, and much more. Visitors can choose from a wide selection of accommodations, from historic hotels and boutique inns to leading brand properties and affordable, family friendly motels. For information on how to make the most of your stay in Paso Robles and to order a free visitor guide, visit http://www.travelpaso.com, call (888) 988-PASO (7276) or email tourism@prcity.com. For the latest news on the area, visit http://blog.travelpaso.com, join us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/travelpaso and follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/travelpaso.

About the Travel Paso Robles Alliance
The Travel Paso Robles Alliance (TPRA) was founded in 2008 by a group of 19 area hoteliers with the mission to market Paso Robles as world class visitor destination. The alliance offers information on the 1,100 luxury, specialty, value, and budget room choices available to visitors, as well upcoming events, leisure and group activities and specialty promotions. For more information on Paso Robles and to order a free visitor guide, visit http://www.travelpaso.com, call (888) 988-PASO (7276) or email tourism@prcity.com. For the latest news on the area, visit http://blog.travelpaso.com, join us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/travelpaso and follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/travelpaso.

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