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Each year, the City's Art Division creates a holiday card featuring the artwork of a local West Hollywood artist and a poem from the City Poet Laureate. Scroll down to see a list of holiday programming and the poem.


Winter Sounds: Holiday Concert

Saturday, December 8, 2018, 5pm

City Council Chambers , 625 N. San Vicente Boulevard

Free, RSVP:

Please join the City of West Hollywood's Arts Division for a special classical chamber music concert featuring holiday music from California String Quartet.


Puppet Theater on Wheels: The New Year Adventures of Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Sunday, December 16, 2018, 11am and 12:15pm

Plummer Park Community Center, Rooms 5/6, 7377 Santa Monica Blvd.


11am in Russian

12:15pm in English

Everyone knows Goldilocks, right? But what happened after she ran back home? In this original story by Puppet Theater on Wheels, she decides to spend the winter holidays with the bear family, and at the end everyone sees Grandfather Frost and Snegurochka! 

Hanukkah Holiday Celebration

Sunday, December 16, 2018, 12pm

Plummer Park Fiesta Hall, 7377 Santa Monica Blvd.

Suggested donation $10,

The Avanti Ballet Studio will present a show with children dancing, singing  and playing music.


Drag Queen Story Hour: Holiday Edition

Saturday, December 22, 2018, 11am

West Hollywood Library Community Meeting Room, 625 N. San Vicente Boulevard

Free, 310-625-5340

Come join us for a special Winter/Holiday Drag Queen Story Hour with Lil Hot Mess! For children of all ages.

Searching for the Lost Pearl

Saturday, December 22, 2018, 11am

Plummer Park Fiesta Hall, 7377 Santa Monica Blvd.

$45.00 for children (includes holiday gift) and $15.00 for adults, free for children under 2 years of age,    (323) 547-2559

Dance Studio Showtime Katusha presents Searching for the Lost Pearl, a New Year Musical Dance Show featuring Ded Moroz with games, prizes, songs and dances by the Christmas tree.  For tickets and information, please visit Sponsored in part by through a Community Arts Grant from the City of West Hollywood.


#BOOM! 2019: The Boom Ball

Monday, December 31, 2018, 8pm

West Hollywood Park Auditorium, 647 N. San Vicente Boulevard


#BOOM! is a premiere alcohol and drug free New Year’s event, sponsored by the City of West Hollywood. #BOOM!'s purpose is to create a safe space for the West Hollywood community to celebrate New Year’s Eve, where alcohol and drugs aren’t the focus.


Save the dates for upcoming free Winter Sounds concerts with Danny Janklow on January 12 and Zetz Klezmer Ensemble on February 9!

The City of West Hollywood and the West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station are partnering to give back to those in need this holiday season with the 28th Annual West Hollywood Toy and Food Drive with toy and clothing donation bins at City Hall (8300 Santa Monica Blvd.) and the Sheriff’s Station (780 N. San Vicente Blvd.). Online donations can be made to:

Special thanks to the artist Shag for his holiday artwork. The Shag Store, 8443 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood, CA 90069.


Feast for the New Year / Bringing the Feast

The world is too much with us, late & soon,

     Wordsworth reminds me

As I flip channels to find a bit of news,

     if not uplifting, then with less despair

Than a White House briefing.


I love this time of year, when another spirit prevails:

     across borders, across faiths & languages,

We long for a feast of peace & good will,

     to be safe & whole. The world will

Always rage and hunger, yet wherever

     we can, let us make a home, forge a family,

By birth or chosen, the unlikely kinship

     of strangers & adult orphans.


Let us bring the feast together,

     whether potluck, prix fixe or soup kitchen.

From Gelson’s or Odessa’s Grocery,

     a 99 Cent Store or food bank,

Let us gather the foods of the season

     for a holiday menu of memories:

Latkas and Tamales, Herring under Fur,

     a Feast of Seven Fishes, or a Princely Trout,

Babka or Kutia or Melomakarona,

     Pickled peaches and fried okra,

Kimchi dumplings or oyster dressing,

     Black-eyed peas for good luck in the New Year –

The world needs luck, and more.


Let us give grace for what unites us,

     for what we can share;

Let us live a riddle of humanity:

     we keep what we have by giving it away.


-West Hollywood City Poet Laureate Charles Flowers 



For more information about the holiday card and City Poet Laureate program please contact Mike Che, Arts Coordinator,