deasy penner podley Proudly Sponsors the 5th Annual Holiday Lighting of the Venice Sign

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Join the Venice Chamber of Commerce, special guests and your community for what has become a beloved tradition of changing the lights on the Venice Sign from white to red and green for the holidays!

For the 5th year running, Windward Avenue east of Pacific Avenue will be closed for the event to include live music, a poster contest and activities for the whole family.

We will also be collecting toys for the 10th Annual Muscle Beach Toy Drive (in conjunction with the LAPD Pacific Division & Pacific Area Boosters).

Sponsor/table opportunities available.

Contact 310.822.5425 or email info@venicechamber.net to place your pledge.

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