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Downtown to become 'Lover's Lane' on Saturday with champagne, carriage rides and roses

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Posted: Wednesday, February 10, 2010 12:00 am

Valentine's Day is one of the most appropriate times to hold that special person close, kiss their forehead and remind them how amazing they have helped make your life. While bold, romantic gestures are generally reserved for the silver screen, Downtown Lodi is ready to capitalize on the sentimental holiday with special offers for lovers.

Horse-drawn carriage rides, photographs and drink specials are just some of the deals being offered to couples as part of the Downtown Lodi Business Partnership's "Lover's Lane" promotion taking place Saturday evening.

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  • posted at 9:46 am on Wed, Feb 10, 2010.


    Is this news or an ad?

  • posted at 8:38 am on Wed, Feb 10, 2010.


    dogs, you are too much. If you attend any of these wine events, you'll see the same old faces every event. They are there for the wine and nothing else. If the downtown merchants are lucky, some of the well to do spouses will spend a nice chunk of money at their place of business. I certainly wouldn't want to take my children to any of these chamber or DLBP events. At these alcohol driven events, who grants temporary licenses to all of these establishments at one time? Are Lodi youth sports still alcohol free or are they selling beer at the concession stands yet? I go to some of these adult oriented events as a designated driver and I could reveal embarrassing moments for many "respectable" city hall, well connected, influential and wealthy Lodians that many of them can't even remember. The DLBP and chamber, again, are not promoting downtown Lodi, but the wineries and the hands that feed them. And since when is School street and the post office parking lot, aka post office plaza, downtown Lodi? Do you always discount Sacramento Street, Church Street, Lodi Avenue and even Main Street?

  • posted at 4:52 am on Wed, Feb 10, 2010.


    Horse-drawn carriage`s, what a great way to enjoy splender in the used grass. Perhaps Nancy Pelosi will donate her time to the care and clean-up after the horses go by, she will need a large shovel and wheel barrow, she`s used to that by following Obama around.

  • posted at 4:48 am on Wed, Feb 10, 2010.


    The event is open to people of all ages. However, those under 21 cannot use the pass for the alcohol-related venues.

  • posted at 2:25 am on Wed, Feb 10, 2010.


    I think you do not have to be 21 unless you are purchasing alcohol. This sounds like fun.

  • posted at 1:43 am on Wed, Feb 10, 2010.


    do you have to be 21+ to attend this event?

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