Paso Robles is a beautiful city with rolling hills covered by vineyards, trees draped in Spanish moss and a quaint small town vibe. With the many events happening in right now,these are the ones we pick as favorite: The 54th Annual Christmas Light Parade is celebrated throughout December with “A Christmas Wish” theme. The Victorian houses in Downtown Paso Robles and local businesses displayan array of light spectacles, and the evening’s festivities will be concluded by the special visit of Santa and Mrs. Claus!\r\n\r\nOn Wednesday December 16, over one hundred children and their parents turned out to enjoy a free holiday open house at Centennial Park, an event offered by the staff of the Paso Robles Recreation Department as a way of encouraging families to get into the holiday spirit. Kids and adults alike enjoyed sharing their wish list with Santa, playing an Olaf corn-hole game, joining in on a Santa hat ring toss, drinking hot chocolate, and decorating sugar cookies with their fair share of icing and sprinkles.\r\n\r\nPaso Robles is also quickly escalating to be a very modern location by including new technologies that will benefit the city. Very recently, the council approved a solar power installation agreement and it nowhas the opportunity to achieve significant financial savings as well as the chance to improve environmental technology for power generation.\r\n\r\nWith 2016 right around the corner there are many events planned to start the year in full throttle. One that has locals and visitors very excited right now is the upcoming Esprit du Vin (Spirit of Wine) on January 16; 14 wineries of the famous consortium Wineries of Highway 46 East in Paso Robles combine forces and offer you the chance to enjoy samples of rare cheeses, reserve wines, olive oils, gourmet olives, desserts and more delicious food prepared by local artisans and chefs.\r\n\r\nPaso Robles is currently looking for artistsin preparation for the eighth annual Paso Artfest of Studios on the Park held on Saturday, May 28. The good news is that you won’t have to wait as long to enjoy the amazing visual works and celebrate the arts because on January 08, Studios on the Park will celebrate Art After Dark Paso: an evening filled with music, wine and the work of local artists Pat Cairns, Laure Carlisle and Carlos Glass Studio.\r\n\r\nOn Valentine's Weekend, Cass Winery invites you to revel in a very romantic Valentine’s dinner, a four course banquet accompanied with live piano music and their reserve cabernet for you and your partner.\r\n\r\nWant More?\r\nPaso Robles is a city in constant movement, a destination that stands out not only among wine lovers but those who enjoy cultural entertainment and gourmet dining. Not sure about which activity suits you best? Get in touch with us and we’ll help you make the right choice!