Piazza sees games, dance, Santa and even snow

Santa’s Arrival at Piazza Carmel over the weekend was a big hit with children and neighbors. As the big guy in red settled in for photos, children enjoyed decorating their own stockings, eating caramel apples, playing carnival games and watching performances by the Francine Garton Royal Dance Academy dancers. To top it off, children got to experience something that never happens in Carmel Valley: Snow! A real snow playground provided for plenty of frozen fun.

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