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Arts & Entertainment - December 6, 2013

Pleasanton all aglow

Where to go to light up your holidays

Bob's World has been presented by "Santa Bob" Stanley at his home at 2612 Calle Reynoso for more than 20 years. He works for five weeks of the year installing old favorites and new inspirations to offer a display that is complete with music.

This year the display will feature synchronized lights, more animated characters in Santa's Village, new nativity scenes and a snowman that showers visitors with "snow."

The lights will be on between Dec. 13 and 28, from 6 to 9 p.m. Sundays through Thursdays, and 6 to 10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. Santa will visit from 6 to 8 p.m. Dec. 21.

For those searching for outdoor holiday displays in Pleasanton and in other Tri-Valley communities, the website is a good place to start. Alex Dourov, a Livermore resident, started the website in 1999 as a go-to guide of the best decorated homes in the Tri-Valley. It now includes much of the Bay Area and Northern California but its entries for Pleasanton and the Tri-Valley remain a valuable resource.

Here are a few displays planned in Pleasanton and surrounding communities:


1279 Hearst Ave.

2612 Calle Reynoso

2793 Calle Alegre

2805 Tudor Ct.

3671 Chelsea Ct.

3679 Hawaii Ct. S

4148 Walnut Drive

802 Gray Fox Circle


340 Del Amigo Road

361 Love Lane


7574 Sutton Ln


1257 Higuera Ct.

1284 Riesling Circle

1610 S 6th St.

1656 Blackoak Ct.

2789 Kennedy St.

352 Hillcrest Ave.

3865 Mills Way

467 Knottingham Circle

557 Olivina Ave.

646 Zermatt St.

845 Seminole Drive

San Ramon

15 Molina Ct.

9465 Alcosta Blvd.


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