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UPDATED: Five Points Holiday Stroll

Saturday, Dec. 5

3 - 6 PM

Enjoy outdoor activities and shop local. Bring a pair of new warm socks to Coffee at the Point to donate in exchange for a Five Points Stroll passport that gives you access to free warm drinks and sweet treats from Welton Street businesses to enjoy during your stroll. Socks will be donated to a local homeless shelter.

- Holiday Story Telling

- Kinara Making for Kwanzaa - parents & kids 8-15 (pre-register HERE)
- Holiday Tree
- Holiday Music

How to Get Your Passport
- Bring a pair of warm socks or a small donation to either ZoZo Group (near Coffee at the Point) or to Cousins Plaza (near Sonny Lawson Park) in exchange for a passport.

- Once you've completed the stroll, return the passport to either location to be entered to win a prize.

Participating Businesses & Stops Along the Stroll

- Coffee at the Point

**start here by dropping your socks off**

- Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library

- Ernie's Generations

- I Made It Workshop

- Neat Stuff at the Black Market

- The River Yoga

- Sherry's Soda Shoppe

- State Farm

- TeaLee's Tea House / Bookstore

- Urban Sanctuary Denver

- Welton Street Cafe

Continue to visit this webpage for the latest updated information.

**Masks and social distancing strongly encouraged. Activities contingent upon most recent COVID-19 safety regulations.

·   Safety is important to us and we are working hard to make sure we have the tools and practices that ensure a safe and comfortable environment for you and your child.

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