Carolers will roam the Tujunga Village area on Saturday afternoon. Boutiques are filling the Bridges Academy all day Friday. Songs from around the world will grace the Christian Science Church on Saturday, and there will be snow—yes SNOW—falling on Beeman Park on Sunday.
This is the weekend to get some major holiday cheer in Studio City.
Here are some of the events:
Moorpark-Tujunga Merchants Annual Holiday Party, Dec. 3, 5-9 p.m. with strolling carolers, face painting, Santa Claus, balloons, holiday treats and more.
THE BIG EVENT! Winter Family Festival at Beeman Park
SNOW IN STUDIO CITY as Winter Family Festival Celebrates the Holidays
-- On-site Festival of Giving Encourages Kids and Families to Give Back --
WHAT: Winter Family Festival presented by the Studio City Residents Association (SCRA) features 50 tons of snow (sledding, snowman building), live music provided by local schools and bands, free photos with Santa, restaurant sampling as part of A Taste of the Holidays, classic cars, an antique fire truck, arts and crafts for kids, face painting, food trucks and more.
The free event also includes Radio Disney AM 1110's Festival of Giving, a convenient way for kids and families to help others this holiday season by bringing donations of canned/packaged food; new, unwrapped toys; used children’s books; new children’s clothing and accessories; and pet food, pet toys and pet supply gift cards. This one-stop-giving location benefits the North Hollywood LAPD North Hollywood Division Gift and Food Drive; the North Hollywood Interfaith Food Pantry; St. Charles Borromeo Church Food Pantry; BookEnds; Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles; and Pet Orphans.
WHEN: Sunday, Dec. 4, 1:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
WHERE: Studio City Recreation Center – “Beeman Park” 12621 Rye Street
WHY: This event is part of the not-for-profit, all-volunteer SCRA’s commitment to advocating for and supporting the needs and interests of the community.
Kids sledding and making snowman in a giant snow field. Families and community members enjoying a variety of musical performances, visiting with Santa Claus, making cards for the troops and City of Hope patients, getting their faces painting, listening to strolling carolers, sampling holiday treats and more.
And don't forget that you can park for free: