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Vote in the Downtown Holiday Tree Decorating Contest

Good afternoon –

Here’s a fun holiday activity Downtown – you’re invited to vote in the 6th Annual Hometown Holidays Tree Decorating Contest, and enjoy many wonderful window decorations throughout Downtown, too! Please read below for information – note that the deadline to vote for your favorite Downtown decorated tree is December 17.


~ malcolm


The Redwood City Downtown Business Group is happy to announce that it’s time to VOTE in

The 6th Annual Hometown Holidays Tree Decorating Contest!

Holiday cheer is in full swing in Downtown Redwood City, and now  is the time to stroll around, enjoy the bright lights and chill in the air, stop at a few restaurants, stores, or galleries, enjoy beautiful window decorations in many Downtown businesses, and select your favorites in the Holiday Tree Decorating Contest.

This year, decorated trees are in the windows of a variety of locations Downtown – visit them all, take a close look at the wonderful decorations and holiday spirit, and then cast your vote! And while you’re Downtown, you’ll enjoy the bright, festive holiday window decorations many businesses have put up.

Note that here are three categories for the Tree Decorating Contest: Youth and School Organizations Community Organizations, and Businesses.

Voting takes place now through December 17, and winners will be announced December 21. Visit for the ballot, tree locations, participating organizations, and voting locations.   (no electronic voting; you must bring the ballot to one of the voting locations)

Here are the categories, the organizations, and the location of their Downtown tree:

Community Organizations  (vote for 2)
American Cancer Society Relay for Life – Courthouse Square Kiosk
Bay Area Birth Information – 2075 Broadway
Friends of Redwood City Public Library – 2125 Broadway
Lead Foot Ladies – 2115 Broadway
Peninsula Girls Chorus – 2115 Broadway
Rebuilding Together Peninsula – 2323 Broadway
Redwood City Arts Center – 2625 Broadway
Sequoia YMCA – 835 Middlefield Road
Woodside Terrace AM Kiwanis Club – 2115 Broadway

Youth and School Organizations (vote for 2)
Redwood City Girl Scouts – 2115 Broadway
Thistlegarten Preschool – 2125 Broadway

Businesses  (vote for 2)
AAA – Courthouse Square Kiosk
John Nelson Real Estate – 2115 Broadway
Powerhouse Gym – 2075 Broadway
Rouge The Salon on Main – 2075 Broadway


City Hall 1017 Middlefield Road
Downtown Library 1044 Middlefield Road
San Mateo County History Museum 2200 Broadway
Century Theatre 825 Middlefield Road (Theatre Way)
Café La Tartine 830 Middlefield Road (Theatre Way)|Sandwich Spot 2420 Broadway
Powerhouse Gym 2075 Broadway
Ralph’s Vacuum Center 837 Main Street
Redwood City Art Center 2625 Broadway

Enjoy beautiful Downtown Redwood City
during the Holidays, and year ’round!


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