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Trancas Country Market tenants are coming together from 5-8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 14, to host a Locals Night with a donation drive pop-up for those impacted by the fire, along with strolling carolers, cocktails, and more to bring the community together and spread the holiday cheer.
With proof of insurance or FEMA claim, those affected by the Woolsey Fire can enjoy a wonderful assortment of gifts donated by the Trancas Country Market family to support their fellow Malibu locals. Items include new home goods, clothing, and other festive items to help those in need celebrate the holiday season.
Donations are provided by Hiptique, Bu Beach House, Starbucks Coffee, Vintage Grocers, among others. While supporting their fellow community members, guests can enjoy complimentary hot cocoa, appetizers and wine at Kristy’s Village Café, a group of carolers ringing in holiday cheer throughout the event, culinary demonstrations from local vendors Laird Superfood and Zuma Valley coconut, and more.
In further support of the greater Los Angeles community, Trancas Country Market will also extend its partnership with charitable organization Baby2Baby through the New Year, collecting new and gently used clothing for all ages to be placed in designated donation bins located onsite. Baby2Baby is dedicated to children in low-income families, providing basic needs to children nationwide.