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The folks at Dainty Center/Willow Wood School are inviting residents to hop online, learn a couple of easy dance steps and join in the Everyone Dance for Brentwood event this weekend during the Hometown Holiday Parade. Cookie Guinn and her staff have adapted a feel-good moment from “The Oprah Show” (when 20,000 fans performed a synchronized dance for Oprah’s 24th-anniversary kickoff show) and plan to celebrate Brentwood in the same way. Here’s all you do. First, learn the steps by checking out the video at www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvarfmagfak, then look for the Dainty Center entry in the parade Saturday and get your groove on right along with them.
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Santa will appear in Brentwood beginning Thanksgiving weekend at 6560 Lone Tree Way, next door to Salon Vitor, on the corner of Empire Road and Lone Tree Way. Chris Erickson owns the empty storefront and is inviting the public to enjoy a holiday craft fair featuring scarves, hats, ornaments and local artists’ work – as well as hot cider, coffee and other goodies donated by local merchants. The event is free, all Erickson asks is that you don’t take your own pictures with Santa, which you don’t have to: Walgreens is donating a free photo with Santa to each visitor. Erickson also asks simply that you look around the center, and perhaps patronize some of the merchants who are helping to make it all possible. There’s still room if you’d like space in the boutique, too. The fun will run through the end of December. For more information, call Trina Rodriguez at 925-525-4003 or 925-240-0161.
–Compiled by Press staff