Costa Mesa is very fortunate to have many local events – a person should never be bored here, that’s for sure! Crowds were out in full force at the Christmas “Under the Stars” Festival that The Piecemakers Country Store hosted last weekend.
The vendors are grateful for all the business and their crafts were sensational. Piecemakers carolers, a band and Swing Shaft provided entertainment, which kept the mood festive.
Even the children had their own area dubbed Elfville. “The look on the kid’s faces as they received the present that they fished for down Santa’s chimney was priceless,” said Joanna and Deborah, owners of the store.
Add to that some great food (especially the chicken) and it’s clear that fun was had by all who attended.
Since our business is located in the same complex as The Piecemakers Country Store we get to witness firsthand all of their efforts in the community. Don’t worry, Piecemakers isn’t planning on slowing down this holiday season. Costa Mesa residents still have a chance to experience the joy of these events. There’s a list of several more attractions coming up this month on their website.
One that’s worth highlighting is the Horse Drawn Hayride and Christmas Caroling events they are sponsoring on Dec. 18 and Dec. 20 at 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. Participants will have the chance to ride on a horse drawn wagon and go caroling around the Mesa Verde neighborhood. It costs $10 per person and they recommend signing up early because seating is very limited.
Between Piecemakers’ events and our annual Snow Land, Costa Mesa residents are sure to be in the holiday spirit!