December 4, Lynden and Kingston
It is the season for holiday lighting events in our region. In Lynden north of Bellingham, a dazzling array of lighted trucks, cars and farm equipment will travel through downtown for the 31st annual Lighted Christmas Parade at 6 p.m. on Dec. 4. In Kingston across the Puget Sound from Edmunds, Santa flips the switch the same evening on more than a half-million lights and more than 600 light sculptures.
December 4–5, Seattle
Billed as the preeminent indie maker event in our area, the winter show will feature accessories, art, baby and kid stuff, bath and body items, candles, ceramics, clothing, knitted goods, houseware, jewelry, food and more. This is a chance to meet the makers. See more information about this event.
Photo is by Chanse Watson.
December 3–11 (weekends), Wallace, Idaho
Enjoy an old-fashioned hometown-style holiday in downtown Wallace with lighting of the streets and historic buildings, crafts fair, the Winter Walk, gingerbread contest, parades, children’s pageant and downtown merchants’ specials. Find more information about this event.
December 4, North Bend
Join us for a jolly old evening of heartwarming community activities this holiday season in the center of historic downtown North Bend. There will be a tree lighting, streetside smores, live performances and crafting for kids. See more information about this event.
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