Join us as we celebrate the all new Holiday Cheer in Temple City festivities. Times are different and we have re-imagined the 2020 holiday season to be a fun, festive and safe celebration. We are excited to bring an array of activities for all ages throughout the month of December. Please take a moment to check out all the December holiday events in Temple City below.
The holiday season kicks-off in Temple City on Friday, December 4th. Along Las Tunas Drive and at City Hall, Temple City Park and Live Oak Park the City's holiday lights will officially turn on! The first Friday of December is a special time in the City with the 100 foot redwood tree at Temple City Park as the centerpiece of our holiday lights.
Holiday Decoration Contest
Turn on your holiday lights and display your festive decorations! The Holiday Decorating Contest is back again for 2020. City staff will be cruising the entire City in search of festive homes and businesses the evening of December 9th. For more detailed information please visit http://www.templecity.us/1256/Holiday-Decorating-Contest
Elf Scavenger Hunt
The City of Temple City will be hosting an Elf Scavenger Hunt all month-long from December 1st through December 30th. Each week elves will be placed around the City at local parks and business window fronts in Temple City. Clues for the location of the "Golden Elf" will be posted on the city's Holiday Cheer webpage on December 7th, 14th, and 21st. Be the first to locate the "Golden Elf" and take an "Elf-fie" (that's an Elf Selfie) and email it to Parks and Recreation Department at firstname.lastname@example.org. Winners and prizes will be announced on Fridays.
1st Week Winners! - Clay Westervelt and daughters
2nd Week Winner! - Michelle Seltman
3rd Week Winners! - Diana Galena and Son
Due to the increasing COVID case numbers and latest L.A. County Health Order, the City has made the difficult decision to cancel the holiday parade that was scheduled for December 16 and 17. The latest health order recommended the cancellation of parades and the City believes this is in the best interest of public safety during this critical time of the pandemic.