With a chill in the air and jubilation filling the Village, Glendora’s Annual Holiday Stroll kicked off the night of Friday, Nov. 21.
The evening began with the ceremonial tree lighting led by Glendora Mayor Judy Nelson and fellow City Council members Doug Tessitor, Gene Murabito, Joe Santoro and Mayor Pro-Tem Karen Davis.
All three Glendora High School choirs performed Friday evening, the Illumination (intermediate girls choir), the Silhouettes (advanced girls choir and the Royal Stewarts, singing many Holiday-themed selections and pop music.
Participants were treated to rides on a horse drawn carriage up and down Glendora Avenue.
Inside Southland Properties, patrons were treated to a selection of homemade chili cooked by employees and voted to select a winner of a cook off contest.
This vintage fire truck delivered Old Saint Nick himself in grand style at the beginning of the Holiday Stroll Friday, Nov. 21.
This guitar signed by Country group Lady Antebellum was one of many items available in a silent auction held by the Glendora Rotary Club.
Residents pack Glendora Avenue for the Annual Holiday Stroll Friday, Nov. 21.
Hill Top Real Estate displayed this delicious treat: a chocolate fountain with pretzels and marshmallows to dip.
The Glendora Rotary Club auctioned off numerous items for charity, including a signed and framed photo of Dodgers legend Duke Snider and a signed CD fom Taylor Swift.
The Silhouettes performed Dolly Parton’s “Working 9 To 5.”
The Glendora City Council helped to light the Christmas Tree.
Another vintage fire truck sat outside the Plaza in the Glendora Village.
Children play in and around a vintage fire truck parked outside the Plaza in the Glendora Village.
Residents were treated to carriage rides throughout Glendora Avenue.
The Silhouettes, Glendora High School’s advanced girls choir, perform Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive.”