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“There will be more arts and more crafts and more fun than ever,” Swafford said. Myriad school and youth groups will perform throughout Montclair Village during the event and be joined for the first time by the Oakland Ballet. The Dancing Christmas Trees will tap their way through the Village, while the Oakland Firefighters Random Acts of Kindness will collect toys for underprivileged children. Strollers will be able to obtain passports, visit each business listed and get a stamp. The first 150 participants that acquire 12 stamps in their passport will be eligible for a commemorative ornament. Passports can be downloaded online or can picked up at the MVA booth at Mountain Boulevard at La Salle Avenue. Trolley service, offered by Bay Alarm, will begin on Thornhill Drive at Duvin, a Gathering Place. The first pickup will be at 4:45 p.m., and will arrive in Montclair in time to see Santa’s procession. The trolley will make stops around the Village throughout the evening.

Attendees are also urged to bring canned goods for the Caring Cupboard — Let’s Fill a Convertible as well as old ballet themed - note cards - hand-drawn and personalized folded white note cards, 4"x 5.5" with envelopes - thank you eyeglasses for the Lions Eye Foundation, Since 1938, the San Carlos Lions Club has donated more than $20,000 annually from the proceeds of events, such as Parade Your Pride, Community Crab Feed, Tri-Tip dinners, Hometown Days concession stands, and individual donations, For inquiries, call Ginger Silverman at 650-400-2601 or email gingeroni@comcast.net, The fundraiser event will feature activities for all ages: live music, docent-led nature hikes, orchard tours, line dancing, autumn-themed flower arranging demonstrations, puppet and magic shows, face painting, a Pumpkin Patch for children to select and decorate their own pumpkin to take home, Also, Bubblesmith, who makes huge bubbles, and Happy Bird shows will be included..

The Addison-Penzak Jewish Community Center also has a large summer camp program that’s open to children of all ages and faiths. The JCC’s circus camp, where kids learn how to perform under the big top, is among the most popular. There are also a wide variety of Lego, dance, art, sports and culinary camps. Visit svjcc.org or call 408.357.7416 for more information. Kids Creative Adventures operates out of St. Mary’s School in Los Gatos, offering hands-on morning and afternoon camps. The morning program aligns with common core standards, combining art, math, science and history into games and projects. Look for courses like “Art You Can Eat” and “Secret Agent Science” at kidscreativeadventures.com or call 408.358.9886.

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