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Littleton’s Candlelight Walk and Tree Lighting will take place Friday, November 25, 2016. The 33rd annual event will feature more holiday entertainment than ever before, including the Heritage High School Brass, a Santa’s workshop display, and a holiday float adorned with a glittering ice princess and dancing elves. The entire event culminates with Santa illuminating more than one million lights in downtown. Additional entertainment will be provided by the Arapahoe Community College Choir, Leawood Elementary Choir, Littleton High School Choir, St. Mary’s Choir, Acapella Noel Singers and the Colorado Fire Tribe. Longtime Littleton resident and television news anchor Anne Trujillo will emcee the evening. Entertainment begins at 5:30 p.m. Santa Claus will make his way down Main Street at 6:30 p.m.Visit Santa’s reindeer at Bradford Auto Body, Inc. (2659 West Main Street) and drink delicious hot cider provided by Western Welcome Week at Bega Park, Town Hall Arts Center and Bradford Auto Body. Candles are available for 50 cents. Bradford Auto Body, Inc., will accept drop-off donations of non-perishable food for Integrated Family Community Services (IFCS) or toys for the Arapahoe Santa Claus shop. Main Street will be closed to traffic at 4 p.m. Free parking is available at Arapahoe Community College, the Littleton Center and the Arapahoe County Building. Call 303-795-3863 for more...

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Last year on November 3, 2015, Littleton City Council passed an ordinance making Downtown Littleton a smoke free zone.  The new law became effective January 1, 2016, but some residents and visitors are still unaware smoking is prohibited and also includes the use of electronic smoking devices, “vaping” devices, etc. Commemorating the anniversary is the introduction of the “Let’s Clear the Air” campaign. The city will distribute window decals and drink coasters to local businesses. No smoking signs will soon include the blue “Let’s Clear the Air” message. Let’s all pitch in and encourage voluntarily compliance with the ordinance by informing visitors who smoke that smoking is prohibited except roof-top and back patios where allowed by the owner, and in private parking lots and public alleys 15 feet from any entrance. ”Let’s Clear the Air” and make Downtown Littleton a healthier place for everyone. “As a downtown shop owner, we welcome everyone to our store. I appreciate it when those who want to smoke pay attention to the new zones and don’t smoke outside our door. I think the city’s new “Let’s Clear the Air” campaign is perfect. It’s a positive message for all, and at the end of the day, we all love Downtown Littleton and just want to enjoy its charm.” Shane George, Workhorse...

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Maha Soul’s tranquil yoga studio, healing center and unique retail store is just blocks from Downtown Littleton (5574 South Prince Street, Suite 11). Classes are offered seven days a week for people of all levels and ages. The imaginative descriptions of the classes include a sweat level description for those who are new to yoga and its disciplines. Local artists’ creations decorate the walls of the intimate studio. Massage therapy and energy work such as Aroma Touch Therapy, Reiki and Full & New Moon Ceremonies are available as well. On the weekends, Maha Soul takes its classes outside for Yoga in the Park. Fun and spiritual gifts and products are available for purchase, as well as engraved yoga mats created by Wiley Wears in Littleton. First-time visitors can try a class for $5 and drop-in and monthly rates are available. For a full class schedule and more information, visit...

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Most heavy-hitting financial firms make their home in New York or at the very least, Downtown Denver, but Chatham Financial in Littleton is striving to change that. This summer, the company opened its newest location at 7926 South Platte Canyon Road. The office, complete with a rock climbing wall, and renovated kitchen and gym, fosters collaboration between the staff. Although the work place functions as a casual setting, the firm specializes in consulting for investment and risk management. It advises on nearly $400 billion in transactions. The clients span from small transactions to publicly traded companies. What began with 17 employees five years ago has grown to 49 in a short time. Chatham Financial is looking forward to connecting with the citizens of Littleton, whether it’s partnering with organizations or volunteering to make a positive impact in the community. The firm also has a separate 5,000 square-foot meeting space that’s available for rent. For more information about Chatham Financial, visit...

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Littleton’s newest event venue is now open, offering stunning views of the Rocky Mountains and nearly 14,000 square-feet of space. The Falls event center, located at 8199 Southpark Circle near County Line Road and South Santa Fe Drive, offers a bridal suite, game room, conference room, theater and a large main hall that can comfortably hold about 300 guests. Rental fees include tables, chairs, basic linens and top-of-the-line audio visual equipment. There is no vendor list, meaning guests can use their preferred businesses of choice to cater, decorate and entertain. The Falls Event Center is now taking reservations. For more information or to book your event, visit the fallseventcenter.com or call...

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It wasn’t long ago that Brewery Lane opened and Breckenridge Brewery moved to Littleton off of South Santa Fe Drive. In a perfect pairing, residents may notice a new addition at 6885 South Santa Fe Drive. Angelo’s Taverna and Carboy Winery opened at the end of August, just yards away from the Breckenridge Brewery Farmhouse. The restaurant, a Denver staple for decades, is bringing not only its classic Italian recipes to Littleton, but its popular oyster bar and local winery as well. Carboy Winery was a concept developed by Angelo’s owners around the time they decided to open the Littleton location. It functions similar to a microbrewery, with wine served on tap and Carboy bottles for purchase that customers can refill like growlers. The winery will also offer tastings and serve smaller food items like charcuterie plates to pair with the wine. Angelo’s new Littleton location is about 10,000 square feet, and features a patio, a roundabout bar, a fire pit and access to the Mary Carter Greenway Trail. Now that its doors are open, the owners hope to bring an incredible dining experience to every one of their customers. For more information visit angelostaverna.com, carboywinery.com or follow them on Facebook and Twitter...

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