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  • Christmas decorations light up Vine Street in Paso Robles for the 31st year

    Hundreds stroll Vine Street in Paso Robles to see decorated Victorian homes, visit with Santa, enjoy caroling, free goodies, and even a parade. In a yearly favorite, Ebenezer Scrooge comes out of his house again to grouse and shout "go home!" to delighted children.

Christmas decorations light up Vine Street in Paso Robles for the 31st year

Hundreds stroll Vine Street in Paso Robles to see decorated Victorian homes, visit with Santa, enjoy caroling, free goodies, and even a parade. In a yearly favorite, Ebenezer Scrooge comes out of his house again to grouse and shout "go home!" to delighted children.
Laura Dickinson The Tribune