Hundreds attend Woodbury Common Premium Outlets’ tree lighting


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  • Provided photos Hundreds of people came Friday night to watch Woodbury Common Premium Outlets’ second annual tree lighting.




  • The Allegro Youth Orchestra, The Love Notes and Chapel Field chorus performed for the crowds.




  • The highlight of the evening was Santa’s arrival on a Woodbury Fire Department truck.




CENTRAL VALLEY — Hundreds of people came Friday night to watch Woodbury Common Premium Outlets’ second annual tree lighting that was marked with music, cheer and a visit by Santa to light the Holiday Tree.

Le Pain Quotidien provided hot chocolate, coffee, mini tarts and cookies to the crowds.

The radio station K104 emceed the event and Victorian carolers strolled through the property singing.

The Allegro Youth Orchestra, The Love Notes and Chapel Field Chorus performed for the crowds.

Andrea De LaVogue later delighted the public with Christmas favorites like “Let it Snow,” Feliz Navidad” and “Have Yourself a Merry Christmas.”

The highlight of the evening was Santa’s arrival on a Woodbury Fire Department truck.

He later sat in his winter wonderland home, chatting with children and their families, and posed for photographs.





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