Fawnskin Christmas Tree Lighting | GG’s TOT

Fawnskin Post Office Tree

Better late than never…right?

GG was not up to par yesterday and hence the delay.

Fawnskin loves a party and people are gearing up for the holiday season.

Post Master Mike spent the last couple of days making sure the lights were up at the Fawnskin Post Office and Chris Weber was busy decorating the little tree in Sister Annette’s Memorial Garden.

Dubbed the “Charlie Brown” tree, it is just one of many trees decorated around town.

Christmas Tree Lighting

Heads up! The annual Fawnskin Tree Lighting is coming up Saturday, December 1, 2012 at our own Fawnskin Fire Station 96.

Grab your neighbors, kids and join in this fun event.

  • 3:30 PM Children’s Ornament and Tree Decorating
  • 4:30 PM Santa’s Arrival & Gifts for Children
  • 5:30 PM Tree Lighting Ceremony by NSIA’S

Honorary Mayor Serena Saunders will light up the tree while Fawnskin Folks gather and cheer her on.

Enjoy complimentary munchies hot dogs, hot cider, hot chocolate, coffee, Christmas treats.

Feel like contributing? Your food or snack contributions are welcome.

Live entertainment will be by Art Harriman and count on lots of family fun.

Holiday Chocolate Tour

Holiday Chocolate Tour will stop in Fawnskin on Saturday, December 8, 2012 from 1:00 – 4:00. Call the Inn at Fawnskin for information and free admission. (909) 866-3200.

Christmas Caroling Party

Moose Lodge 2085 goes crazy caroling. Mark your calendars to join the fun on Thursday, December 16, 2012 at 5:00pm.

In other news…
The cutting of Christmas trees on the San Bernardino National Forest is not allowed. The US Forest Service will not be issuing permits and encourages California residents to support the commercial Christmas tree farms and service clubs who sell them.

James Ramos will take the oath of County Supervisor at 10am on Tuesday, December 4, at the County Government Center in San Bernardino.

That is it for me, see you Tuesday!

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