Youngsters receive toys and games from Santa at Winter Wonderland. (Courtesy photo)

Inglewood Councilmember Dionne Faulk and the Crenshaw Imperial Plaza enchanted Inglewood with a “Winter Wonderland” at the Crenshaw Imperial Plaza Shopping Center on Sunday, Dec. 10.  More than 5,000 registered guests transformed the event into a joyous celebration for all.

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The Rams, Clippers and Flourishing Church’s generosity infused excitement into the day with the raffle of gift cards, toys and over 30 skateboards, creating thrills and smiles among the attendees. Local businesses, including Ono Hawaiian BBQ, Starbucks, Jamba Juice, Norms, and Contempo Nails, contributed to the festive vibe by raffling off gift cards, spreading holiday cheer throughout the community.

Residents enjoyed playing in the snow. (Courtesy photo)

KJLH radio station sound the alarms and face painters and snow globes created a winter wonderland for all ages, fostering connections and shared joy. Hot chocolate and popcorn stations delighted taste buds, turning the culinary experience into a delightful journey for attendees.

The youngest community members reveled in a winter playground featuring a bounce house and a snow-filled slide, creating an atmosphere of playfulness and laughter. Santa made a grand entrance in a classic car, generously distributing toys and creating heartwarming moments as he posed for pictures with eager children. Nature joined the festivities as Inglewood draped itself in a blanket of snow, adding a magical touch to the already festive atmosphere.

“As Winter Wonderland becomes a part of our shared history, the spirit of community warmth will continue to resonate throughout Inglewood,” said Councilmember Faulk.

Mayor James Butts, center, joins co-sponsors at the Winter Wonderland event. (Courtesy photo)