Dallas Santa Ride Map and Details Announced

This Sunday’s Santa Ride looks to be a pretty nice day of 53 degrees and mostly sunny. We’ve just posted the route map here, and plan on passing through Deep Ellum, circiling Dallas Heritage Village, passing over the Houston Street Viaduct to Bishop Arts, then heading back past Lake Cliff Park and returning to Downtown. Note that we’re starting this ride at the beautiful new Main Street Garden Park at Harwood and Main. Toys for Tots will be on hand, if you’d like to bring an unwrapped gift before we get started, and Dude, Sweet Chocolate will be selling their incredible Hot Chocolate. We’re trying to line up an old fashioned Salvation Army Christmas band to perform in Bishop Arts, so hopefully there’ll be an opportunity for some caroling!

For those who want to dress up, eHow offers a cheap DIY Santa suit option here, and an elf suit here, and of course, Goodwill offers a giant selection of ugly holiday sweaters. See you all Sunday at 2:30!

8 comments

  1. People on bikes, drinking, wearing Santa suits.
    Smells like Christmas!!!!

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