This WeekOpens Friday, through Jan. 3 – Christmas in the Park - Celebrating 36 years of a San Jose tradition with more than 40 musical and animated displays, over 500 community decorated Christmas trees, a 60-foot Christmas tree, nightly entertainment, visits with Santa and a lot of new features for 2015. Kick off the holidays with the Tree Lighting Ceremony on Friday at 6 p.m. Admission is always free. Plaza de Cesar Chavez Park
Friday-Sunday – Harvest Festival Original Art & Craft Show - Black Friday shoppers looking for those unique gifts, have the chance to forgo the big box stores and support independent artists and craftspeople by visiting the San Jose Harvest Festival. San Jose Convention Center; 50 W San Carlos St.
AnnouncementsDowntown launches new community-wide branding initiative
“State of the Downtown” speech by Scott Knies
Knight Foundation to fund Street Life Plan for five years
Street Life Plan and Events enliven Downtown
2015 PBID Survey results
Downtown San Jose garage to receive “facelift” as winner of the Knight Cities Challenge
Info for Businesses
Downtown Ice: Now open for the season
The Christmas merriment returns to the Circle of Palms in the heart of downtown San Jose…
2015 Downtown Doors expands to 100 locations
The 22 students selected for 2015 Downtown Doors exhibition told stories, expressed feelings,…
Live & Local ~ Downtown San Jose’s Music Spotlight
Downtown San Jose boasts about 40 venues that offer live music every week ranging from open…
Friday – Downtown Farmers’ Market
The cozy outdoor market takes place each Friday, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Watch New Video…
Nonprofit focuses on creating vibrant street life in San Jose, Calif.
Downtown in the NewsGroundwerx clean team leader Jesse Velo, left, talks with Downtown streets team client Marcellous McDonald, 33, as they work on cleaning up the sidewalk on Market street .
Homeless cleaning up downtown as part of new program
Super Bowl 50 teams will stay in South Bay; practice at San Jose State, Stanford
Three Silicon Valley organizations to help build a more vibrant downtown in San Jose