Paso Robles offers a plethora of unique activities throughout the holidays! Discover the Teddy Bear Tea, view the beautiful lights that adorn the trees throughout the downtown City Park, visit Santa’s House and of course, enjoy the awe-inspiring Vine Street Victorian Showcase.
from Paso Robles has a fondness for history and a way of making it come alive in new and exciting ways during the holidays every year. Nostalgia is celebrated in such a way as to make all that is old seem new and fresh, and the easiest way to truly experience the magic of the holidays is to attend one of the following events and watch faces young and old light up all over town.
The magic kicks off the day after Thanksgiving and culminates on New Year's Eve, here is the roster of events coming up:
Paso Robles loves good food and all things farm-fresh; we are fortunate enough to have a local beekeeper with a chef's palate who has experimented successfully with infusing her honey with everything from vanilla beans and lavender to Thai chiles. Here is a suggested 3-course autumn dinner, courtesy of Martha Van Inwegen of TheraBee Honey, that would make a fantastic base for a new-world Thanskgiving meal.
I don't know if you've noticed, but downtown Paso Robles has become a bazaar of locally-made goods and talented artisans. On any given day you can find everything from locally made sheeps-milk ice cream to giant hand-forged metal statuary, and frequently the creators of those items on site to tell you all about them.
If you're interested in giving gifts that celebrate Paso, passion, hard work and joy, any of the following downtown Paso Robles businesses are busy making dreams come true