November 29, 2018 — Anaheim, CA — The Anaheim Packing District, home of the historical Anaheim Packing House, is celebrating the holidays with several upcoming events including: the return of the Anaheim Night Market, Selfies With Santa, MAKE Mic Night: Holiday Edition and a New Year’s Eve celebration.
The Anaheim Night Market is back! Featuring indie craft vendors, a strolling barbershop quartet – The Music Men, as well as a free showing of the movie “Elf.” The Anaheim Night Market will be held at Farmers Park on Saturday, December 8th, from 6pm until 10pm. Arrive early to get your hands on the latest homemade goods just in time for holiday gift giving. Explore the Anaheim Packing District for over 30 options of good eats and drinks. This community event is made possible by TruMark Homes and Debbie Esquivel (Paul Kott Realtors).
Children of all ages are welcome to meet Santa at the Anaheim Packing House on December 15th from 2-5pm. Bring your own camera and receive a free organic candy cane (while supplies last).
For those who love to perform, MAKE Mic Night, an open-mic format showcase, will be featuring a holiday music catalog at the MAKE building on December 12th from 7-9pm. Singer-songwriters are encouraged to perform at least one holiday song. Sign-in begins at 6:30pm.
Celebrate New Year’s Eve with the ever-funky Downtown Band, performing live at the Anaheim Packing House on December 31st from 8:30pm-12:30am. Enjoy food and libations from OC's original food hall and a magical countdown at midnight! Admission is free and families are welcome! Please check individual businesses for hours of operation.
The Anaheim Packing District, located at 440 S. Anaheim Blvd, offers a unique gathering place for local food, drinks and live music and includes the historic Packard Building, Farmers Park, the Anaheim Packing House and MAKE. The historic Anaheim Packing House, built in 1919, debuts as OC’s first communal food hall, bringing together artisan food purveyors in a public market type setting.
The Anaheim Packing District encompasses three historic landmarks and the glorious 2-acre Farmers Park, which adds connectivity and a community common ground. At the cornerstone of the district lies the Anaheim Packing House, one of the last remaining citrus packing warehouses, which has been historically preserved and retrofitted as one of the great original American food halls. The north anchor of the district houses the Packard Building, and the newest addition of the Packing District foodie trinity, MAKE, a 100-year old building, rounds out the south end. Boasting more than 26 unique food and beverage artisans, the Packing District offers a culinary paradise for families and visitors alike. Visit http://www.anaheimpackingdistrict.com for current Packing District activities, including weekly entertainment.