Last day of the year outdoors Saturday | Start Your Vacation Shopping In South Pasadena | South Pasadenan
The weather might say ‘hot,’ but your shopping list might still say ‘the holidays are coming’ when you visit South Pasadena businesses on Saturday, September 18 – the city’s last Al Fresco day of the year.
Preparations begin – Fremont and Mission’s land will soon be transformed into a pumpkin patch, followed by the annual Christmas tree land.
Sponsored by the South Pasadena Chamber of Commerce, September’s Al Fresco Day will see stores display their products and services on the sidewalk, while others will open their doors to welcome customers. Many restaurants will serve outdoor food in addition to indoor dining and take out.
“Our monthly Al Fresco Days have been very popular with the residents of South Pasadena as well as our neighbors in the surrounding communities, and we urge everyone to take the plunge into their vacation shopping this month, by shopping early. and shopping locally, ”said Laurie, CEO of the Chamber of Commerce. Roller.
“This would be a great time to bring a friend over for breakfast, lunch or dinner to South Pasadena and go shopping at the same time,” Wheeler added. “If you start counting down from our Al Fresco Day on September 18, there are only 105 days left until Christmas, and shopping early can minimize your stress and give you more time to enjoy the holiday festivities with your family. and your friends. ”
In preparation for shopping and dining in town, the new Chamber Guide to South Pasadena is a user-friendly resource for all kinds of Chamber member businesses. The guide is available online at sudpasadena.net.
House Al Fresco Days are held on the third Saturday of each month to welcome clients to small businesses in the city. Hours may vary, so customers are encouraged to check in advance with stores and restaurants they may visit.
Masks are compulsory inside, in compliance with health mandates; other protocols may be in place at individual companies.