Christmas on Euclid goes back to its roots
#1 Oct 1, 2009
If they're so interested in "community" then why do they charge a vendor so much to get in ($100.00, plus 10% to the franchise tax board)? This is way overpriced... vendors are hurting right now and events like this just allow crafters to be there just to make the event look good. Vendors are lucky if they can break even.
#2 Oct 4, 2009
I certainly hope that the City of Ontario doesn't get involved in the handling of the Nativity scenes again. It did for 40 years and I had to file a lawsuit in 1999 to put a stop to it.
I hope the past doesn't repeat itself. I live in Ontario again.
#3 Oct 4, 2009
If anyone knows if the City of Ontario plans to take back handling of the Nativity scenes, they can contact me at; email@example.com
#6 Nov 30, 2012
Can some one tell me what exactly this is. Ive heard a parade.
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