A magical nighttime lighted holiday parade will illuminate Historic Main Street on December 3, 2010 at 6:30pm.
This event draws an estimated 18,000 people all at one time so get there early! Plan on buying hot chocolate/coffee, shopping stores & vendors before and after, and then of course watching one of the best illuminated nighttime parades around.
For more information call Turlock Downtown Property Owners Association at 209-634-6459 or email email@example.com.
7th Annual Lights on Parade
Main Street, Turlock Downtown
December 3, 2010 at 6:30pm
(Festivities begin around 4pm and some shops stay open until 9pm)
Turlock Downtown Holiday Friday Night Lights:
November 26th to December 17th
Carriage Rides 4:30pm – 8:30pm
Take a horse-drawn carriage ride along Main Street for a whimsical view of the historic downtown district. Carriage stop at 428 E. Main St.
Fee: $5.00 for Adults
12 & under free with paid Adult
Photos with Santa 5:00pm – 7:00pm
Visit with Santa Claus at the Downtown Entrepreneur Center, 300 E. Main St.
Bring your camera for a free photo or choose from packages offered by Downtown Turlock photographers.
Turlock police recently gave an update on panhandling in Turlock and are asking for the public’s assistance in helping with enforcement. “We’ve done our best to try to deal with this through enforcement alone, and will continue to do all of the enforcement activity necessary with the public’s help for those specific sections that are enforceable,” said Turlock Police Captain Steve Williams at the most recent City Council meeting.
Construction has begun on the Buffalo Wild Wings going in to the Monte Vista Crossings expansion, with an anticipated June opening. Buffalo Wild Wings was rumored last October, while the company was in negotiations with Hall Equities Group, LLC, however construction only recently began.
The Pacific Maritime Association (PMA), which heads the administration and negotiations of labor agreements with the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU), has decided to suspend West Coast Port operations resulting in much public outcry over adverse economic effects and loss of business in the Central Valley. Members of PMA have moved to temporarily suspend premium-pay weekend and holiday vessel operations on four upcoming dates, while yard, gate and rail operations will continue at terminal operators’ discretion. In Southern California, terminal operators will expand daytime vessel operations on non-holiday weekdays.
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