Looking for interesting holiday events in the San Jose area this week? There is fun for all ages.
If you’re into ice shows, Kristi Yamaguchi will be performing through January 27th in Kristi Yamaguchi’s Downtown Ice. The show will be at downtown San Jose’s outdoor ice rink and is only $15 to $17 dollars.
Trying to find a great Christmas light display? Plaza de Cesar Chavez will once again put on its Christmas in the Park celebration. There are over 40 musical and animated exhibits, lights, and a huge 60-foot tree. Hurry, this only lasts through tomorrow, December 25th, on Market Street in downtown San Jose.
For those who are interested in adopting a pet this holiday season, the WeCare Alliance is offering $20 adoption fees for all adult cats and dogs through December 31st. WeCare is made up of the Human Society Silicon Valley plus five other Santa Clara County shelters. The event takes place is several locations.
There are a couple fun theater productions in town for anyone seeking a thespian experience this holiday season. Guggenheim Entertainment is presenting an adults-only comedy, Who’s Holiday, through December 30th at 3Below Theaters and Lounge. The show follows a grown up Cindy Lou Who, who now lives in a trailer on top of Mount Crumpit. And if you want to take the whole family to a show, there’s Santastic at the same theater. The show features youthful performers doing Motown, big band, and rock ‘n’ roll versions of holiday songs in a 45-minute one-act musical. After each show, the cast leads fun activities for kids, including card-making and holiday cookie decorating. There is, of course, also a meet-and-greet with Santa and his elves.