- Business Advocacy
Downtown Alhambra's annual Tree Lighting Ceremony kicked off another holiday season in style.
This week long event, formerly called “Taste of Alhambra Restaurant Week,” is part of “Visit California Restaurant Month,” which is celebrated in many major cities to help stimulate tourism and patronage at local restaurants.
The throwback music from the jukebox, checkered tile floor, retro furniture of red vinyl bar seats next to the counter, classic diner booths, and the vintage pictures of 1950s iconic Hollywood stars like Marilyn Monroe and James Dean would take diners back to the ‘50s era.
Families are invited to take free digital photos with Santa while watching some holiday-themed entertainment from PopRock Academy and the Daurden Performing Arts Conservatory.
Jasmine House, a sister restaurant of the well-known Hop Woo Seafood & BBQ restaurant in Chinatown, Los Angeles, serves authentic Chinese cuisine with an ambience of casual and modern family style dining.
The annual Pumpkin Run and Hallowween festival is a day of fun for everyone.
Genovese’s has been serving the community traditional homestyle Italian food since 1980.
A new addition to the Pumpkin Run is a 10K run starting at 7:30 a.m.
New this year will be the Downtown Alhambra Business Association’s very first Alhambra Chalk Art Contest.
Santa will arrive by firetruck to light the Christmas tree at 6 p.m.
The annual Hallowscream costume contest and trick-or-treating, hosted by Downtown Alhambra, will be moved this year to join the Pumpkin Run Festival.
Santa arrives at 6 p.m. to light Downtown Alhambra's Christmas tree.
Downtown Alhambra is celebrating Ciinco de Mayo with a Salsa Contest and entertainment.
Free Santa photos, entertainment, refreshments
Costume contest, balloons, face painting, entertainment