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October 8 Arts and Entertainment Source: Always Something To Celebrate

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Marie Dana is a teacher by day, Halloween enthusiast by night and participates in the ‘Creep the Streets: Halloween House and Yard Decorating Contest’ underway. For more, visit nightmareislandvallejo.com. (Richard Freedman–Times-Herald)

Benjamin and Mary Ann Buggs operate Faith Food Fridays, which just added a Sunday, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., ‘contactless’ drive-up free food delivery at 826 Solano Ave. Faith Food Fridays also offers free food Tuesdays and Fridays. (Richard Freedman–Times-Herald)
Promoter Greg Keidan hopes to be so happy he can fly Saturday at 6 p.m. for the latest ‘Cruise-In Concert’ at the Solano County Fairgrounds. For more, visit mrhatpresents.com. (Richard Freedman–Times-Herald)

VACA COPS GET GRANT

A  $100,000 grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) will assist in Vacaville PD’s efforts to reduce deaths and injuries on Vacaville roads.

“These are trying times, and now more than ever, it is important that we are at the forefront of traffic safety,” Vacaville PD, Lt. Mark Donaldson said. “This funding allows us to educate and enhance the safety of all residents.”.

The grant will fund a variety of traffic safety programs, including:  Patrols with emphasis on alcohol and drug-impaired driving prevention.

VACA HOLLY DAYS

Calling all makers, crafters, sellers and bakers! Downtown Vacaville Business Improvement District is seeking vendors for its’ Holly Days Craft & Gift Faire on Saturday, Nov. 7, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
This annual craft faire is celebrating its 14th year and is always popular with local shoppers looking for unique gifts and ways to support local small businesses. Last year, 80 artisans, vendors, local merchants and makers set up to sell their goods on Merchant Street.
In order to comply with COVID-safe guidelines, this classic holiday street faire will look different this year. Main, Merchant & Parker Streets will be closed to vehicular traffic to make way for distanced shopping. Masks will be required for all vendors and shoppers. In addition to handcrafted and unique gift options, Holly Days shoppers can take advantage of special discounts at Downtown businesses and restaurants. Admission is FREE. Parking is available on Cernon Street, Behind Town Square, on Main Street at Parker Street and on Davis and
Catherine Streets. This event is rain or shine.
Vendor applications are available at downtownvacaville.com/vendor-applications/. The deadline for vendor submission is Friday, Oct.16. Downtown Vacaville BID staff can assist you in obtaining the necessary
permits needed to sell at this and future vendor fairs.
The Holly Days Craft & Gift Faire in Downtown Vacaville is sponsored by the Downtown Vacaville BID, the City of Vacaville and Recology. For additional information please email info@DowntownVacaville.com or call (707) 451-2100. Tag/search the event using #DowntownVacaville #VacaHollyDays.

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