Let There Be Magic is theme at Filoli for this year’s nine-day holiday traditions
Filoli’s nine-day Holiday Traditions this year features the theme Let There Be Magic. Rooms throughout the first floor of the historic House and Visitors Center are transformed into a unique, magical showcase.
The kickoff to Holiday Traditions is the popular Premier Access Shopping Evening, Friday, November 23, where visitors enjoy live music, wine and appetizers. The Saturday Evening Dinner Party features dining and dancing to live music in the Ballroom; the Joe Sharino Band will perform.
Buffet lunches and evening bistro dining are available at select times during the nine-day period with advance reservations. The collaborative efforts of more than 600 volunteers, along with Filoli staff, create Holiday Traditions each year. This long-standing event is Filoli’s largest fundraiser and supports the preservation and stewardship of this historic site. More information about holiday activities is available online.
Volunteer readying Filoli for Holiday Traditions by Frances Freyberg