Posted by: phillipsre | November 4, 2011

Get Ready – Here Come The Holidays!

 

Halloween is over so now it’s time for the year’s big holidays to get their time in the spot light. Fall and winter bring all sorts of wonderful holiday festivities and there is plenty to do in the Seattle area to keep anyone busy. We have put together a list with additional resources so that you can plan out your Winter Holiday Season.

11.25.11

Holiday Parade & Tree Lighting Celebration at Westlake Center

11.25 – 01.01

Winterfest at the Seattle Center

11.25 – 12.27

The Nutcracker Ballet at McCaw Hall

11.26 – 12.23

Seattle Men’s Chorus at Benaroya Hall

11.26 – 12.23

Argosy Christmas Ship Festival on Lake Union

11.27.11

Seattle Marathon & Half Marathon starting at Seattle Center

12.8 – 12.24

Black Nativity at The Moore Theater

12.18.11

Community Hanukkah Celebration at Stroum Jewish Community Center

12.31.11

New Year’s Eve Celebration at the Space Needle

And that’s not all, there are tons of activities outside of the general Seattle Area. Click here for more details.   Candy Cane Lane  in the Ravenna neighborhood was always a favorite of my family when I was growing up, it still amazes me that the whole street would dedicate the month of December to decorating for the holiday with a constant stream of visitors. If you are looking for some festive activities over the holiday season, this is a good start. Or if you are looking to avoid the craziness, you will also know where to avoid!

 Here’s to a wonderful, festive and stress free holiday season!

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