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Looking for some holiday cheer? Try these light festivals

Many holiday events have been cancelled or curtailed this year due to the COVID-19 restrictions including the annual tree lighting festival at Kenmore City Hall.

However there are still some events that have been adapted to the pandemic-related restrictions so that you and your family can enjoy a little holiday cheer. Unfortunately, you might have to drive a bit to see them, but with theaters closed, indoor dining restricted, who’s not up for a drive? Here are two events that your family might enjoy.

Snowflake Lane, Nov. 27-Dec. 24

At the Bellevue Collection

Nightly between 5pm and 9pm


Snowflake Lane Reimagined, Yet Still Memorable We still have magic to share this holiday season. For your safety, Snowflake Lane will not include a parade or performers this year. But every night along Bellevue Way see twinkling lights, hear holiday music and just like in the Northwest…it might magically snow!

Come celebrate with us as you stroll or drive through this memorable experience.

Every Night between 5pm – 9pm

Snowflake Lane Lights and Music*

Up for a family outing? Try the Lights of Christmas in Stanwood

Event Dates: Nov. 27-29, Dec. 2-6, 9-13, 16-23, 26-30

Hours: 5pm-10pm

Location: Warm Beach Camp and Conference Center

A Drive-Thru Christmas takes approximately 15-20 minutes, where you will see spectacular lights, dazzling displays, wave to Santa & Mrs. Claus, and more while listening to Christmas music from the comfort of your own car. Reservations required and cost is $20 per car.

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