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Pat Zumbrun
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Email Pat at patz4re@aol.com  
Cell: (805) 340-9338
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Email Dave  at zman4re@aol.com
Cell: (805) 340-9339
BRE #01227683

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Ventura Holiday Tree Lighting 2018

In just a couple of days, millions of families get together to give thanks for their blessings. So many people lost their homes in the wildfires consuming California land up and down our state recently. This really puts the holidays and what we should be thankful for into perspective this year. On Friday, November 30th, the San Buenaventura Mission welcomes everyone to the Ventura Holiday Tree Lighting, signifying the beginning of the season.

To kick off the Christmas season right, bring your family to the Ventura Holiday Tree Lighting 2018 at San Buenaventura Mission and Mission Park Nov 30th.

What: Ventura Holiday Tree Lighting 2018
Where: Mission Park & San Buenaventura Mission
When: Friday, November 30th, 6 pm to 8 pm
Admission: FREE
Contact: San Buenaventura Mission (805) 643-4318

Ventura Holiday Tree Lighting 2018

Almost 140 years ago, two Norfolk pine trees were planted at the San Buenaventura Mission. Some say that these trees were donated by a local family. Others believe they were planted to be used at a later date for a captain’s mast. Whatever the case may be, these trees grew to become a local landmark. In fact, you can see them from downtown Ventura as well as the 101 freeway. And in 2000, they became “Millenial Trees” according to the State of California. For the past 80 years, they’ve lit up for the holidays as well as other special days at various times throughout the year. At the Ventura Holiday Tree Lighting 2018, they feature brand new lights.

Not to be outdone, a special fig tree in Mission Park joins the celebration. For the first time ever, this fig tree shows off its lights at the Ventura Holiday Tree Lighting 2018 in conjunction with its two pine tree brethren. Before and after the festivities, guests get to enjoy traditional holiday music, inflatables to play on, dozens of kids activities, and even some snow! The tree itself officially lights up at 6:45 pm. Even Santa promises to stop by for a visit. When you get hungry, pick up something tasty at one of the food booths.

Come out to celebrate the season. Bring your family to the Ventura Holiday Tree Lighting 2018 ceremony. It promises to be lots of fun for everyone.

Dave & Pat Zumbrun, your Ventura County real estate specialists

2015 Downtown Ventura Christmas Tree Lighting

Santa Claus is coming to the 2015 Downtown Ventura Christmas Tree Lighting in front of the San Buenaventura Mission & he's bringing snow with him.The clock is ticking.  You have 21 more shopping days here in our Ventura community until Christmas.  Have you gotten all of your shopping done yet?  Need a little holiday inspiration?  Come to the 2015 Downtown Ventura Christmas Tree Lighting tomorrow night.  You’ll certainly find it here.

What: 2015 Downtown Ventura Christmas Tree Lighting
Where: San Buenaventura Mission (211 E Main St)
When: Fri, Dec 4th 5pm to 7pm
Admission: FREE
Contact: Downtown Ventura (805) 641-1090

2015 Downtown Ventura Christmas Tree Lighting

Search homes for sale in Ventura CountyA total of 21 missions were built in California between the late 1700s and early 1800s.  One of them is the location of the 2015 Downtown Ventura Christmas Tree Lighting tomorrow night.  The San Buenaventura Mission is the last of the missions that Father Junipero Serra founded in our great state.  We can’t think of a more beautiful backdrop for this fun Christmas event.

Santa will arrive at the 2015 Downtown Ventura Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony at 6pm via fire truck.  Before he gets here, though, guests will enjoy traditional Christmas carols from several local area choirs.  Dance troupes will also perform for the awaiting crowds.  Make this memory last by taking a picture at the interactive snow globe booth.  Who says it doesn’t snow in Southern California?  I’ve got it on good authority that Santa is bringing a bit of the north pole with him.  After the lights turn on, the snow comes down!

We’re looking at clear skies but chilly weather for the 2015 Downtown Ventura Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony.  The weatherman says it’s going to be around 60F tomorrow night.  Make sure you bundle up!

Do you have your Christmas shopping done?  What is the hottest item on your kid’s list this year?  Have you been able to find it in the stores?  Please tell us in the comments below.

Dave and Pat Zumbrun, Your Ventura County real estate specialists

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