It seems like the holidays come and go so quickly, with so much to do, we often forget to take the time to enjoy the fun events that are out there this time of year. As I write this, we have already missed out on a few events we usually catch. We didn’t see The Trans Siberian Orchestra show this year. I highly recommend this show. This should be on your bucket list if you are a fan of Good ol’ Rock-n-Roll with great guitar playing and singing. The special effects are out of this world!!! The Christmas theme makes it a no-brainer must-see holiday event!
With that in mind, I am going to make a concerted effort to take the time to see some of the wonderful things out there this time of year. Below is a small compilation of holiday events.
Watson’s nursery – Puyallup: Friday Dec 6th and Dec 13
Wright park conservatory – Tacoma: Sat Dec 7th 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Old town Tacoma – Job Carr cabin museum: Dec 14th
Lemay car museum – Tacoma: Dec 14,15,20,21
Skansie Brothers park – Gig Harbor: Dec 7th 5-6 p.m.
Fox Island museum – Fox Island: Dec 7th 1-4 p.m.
Log cabin museum – Port Orchard: Dec 7/8 & 13/14
Other Fun Stuff
See the Reindeer at Watson’s Nursery – Puyallup: Dec 6th & 13th
Santa’s wonderland at Bass Pro Shop – Tacoma
Zoolights Point Defiance – Tacoma: ‘til Jan 5th
Ice skating at Point Ruston: ‘til Jan 5th
University Place Tree lighting: Dec 6th 4-7 p.m.
Multicare/Mary Bridge Children’s Festival of trees Tacoma convention center
Puyallup main street Santa Parade – Puyallup: Sat Dec 7th
Light Plantasia at Seymour conservatory at Wright park – Tacoma : Dec 10-15th
Gig Harbor tree lighting – Skansie brother’s park: Dec 7th 5-6:30 p.m.
Lighted boat parade – Gig harbor marina/waterfront: Dec 14 5 p.m.
Experience the feeling and joy of Christmas
These are but a few ideas for fun holiday events.The most important thing is to get out and experience the feeling and joy of Christmas. Click To Tweet
My wife, Beth, and I will again be choosing a few charities, this year, for donation. The Galaxy theater in Gig Harbor has a wonderful idea of donating to kids that do not receive anything for Christmas. They have a tree in the lobby with tags on it. The tags have a boy or girl with their age and what they would like for Christmas. You pick a tag, purchase the gift, and bring the tag and gift back to the theater. We did this when we saw the Christmas movie “Last Christmas” a couple of weeks ago. If you are able, please consider donating to those in need this holiday season. No matter how big, or small, every bit counts. Your generosity goes a long way to help folks in need and it feels good to help others.
From the Lind family to all of yours, Have a happy Holiday season!