L.A. is chalk full of holiday events this weekend -- from downtown's Artisanal L.A. to Bond Appetit: James Bond, Foodie event -- and now the Valley is getting into the mix. On Saturday, Dec. 11 and Sunday, Dec. 12 from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., the Rotary Arts and Crafts Fair is headed to Woodland Hills, where more than 10 food trucks will be feeding the crowd and over 50 artists will be selling their handmade ceramics, glasswork, photography, jewelry, paintings, sculpture, and water color designs.
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Considering temps are supposed to hit the mid-80's (we wish we were kidding), make sure to take a break from shopping to refuel at some of the foods trucks scheduled to appear: Lake Street Creamery, White Rabbit, Willoughby Road BBQ, Kabob n' Roll, Maui Wowi, and The Little Frenchie from Food Network's The Great Food Truck Race. In case you have a hard time finding the event, it's located in the Palm section of the Warner Center Park on Vassar Ave., behind the Marriott Hotel and across from the Westfield Mall. Admission is free.