Shopping Local in Kirkland 2017: Favorite Things
Shopping Local in Kirkland 2017: Favorite Things, Take 2

Holiday Cheer in Kirkland

Some little reindeer nuggets for you--

The Seahawk House is back- you can still find the holiday Seahawk lights on the 11000 block of NE 100th St in the Highlands neighborhood of Kirkland, after a carefully balanced plan was created to keep both neighbors and fans in cheerful spirits. Detailed and light display schedule can be found here

Christmas Ships- The Argosy is in full swing with their Christmas Ship Festival of Lights.  Looking for a boat ride or simply to watch the show? Find the schedule here. Don't fall in, that water is f-f-f-f-freeezing.

Carillon Point Holiday Happenings
- cookie decorating, peppermint spa treatments, special holiday menus at Bin on the Lake and Beach Cafe and holiday brunch with Santa. So many things!

Kirkland Arts Center Holiday Art Market
free and open to the public shopping for unique and local handmade gifts and keepsakes. 12/6-23. Check KAC for details.

Letters to the Big Guy at the North Pole
- find Santa's mailbox in the middle of downtown Kirkland in front of Bank of America. Don't forget to have you little one include their name and address so Santa can write back!  Get them submitted by Dec 22nd before the elves take it away.

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And of course, mark your calendars for the Jan 1st Polar Plunge at 1pm at Marina Park so you can shock yourself with electric cold water straight into 2018! 


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