Tyler/Davis block party Saturday to feature free trolley bus

Elias Rodriguez of Bishop Arts Winery paid for a free trolley bus running from Tyler/Davis to Bishop Arts for Jingle Bells on Bishop last weekend.

The trolley returns this Saturday, Dec. 10, for the Tyler/Davis block party, starting at 5 p.m.

Incense & Peppermints is hosting the second-annual Cover The City: Coats, Cans, & Kicks event. Bring coats, canned goods and shoes, which will be donated to Genesis Women’s Shelter. That event starts at noon with food from Cafe Maya. DJs will play from 6 p.m.-midnight.

The block party also includes chocolate and wine pairings at CocoAndré, including cake from Rush Patisserie.

The Chiefs perform at Mighty Fine Arts starting around 9 p.m.

All of the businesses and galleries on the block will have activities and shopping until late.


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  • Kevinjohnmorris

    A trolleybus is an electric bus that gets its power from overhead wires. This is a modern diesel bus made to look like a tram or as you Americans incorrectly name them, trolleys.