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Happy Holidays from Liberty Lake
With the warm weather we’ve been having, it doesn’t look a lot like Christmas yet here in the inland Northwest. We have had rain since the first part of November with only a couple snows that didn’t stay around. We are keeping our fingers crossed for a white Christmas. All the outdoor enthusiasts are keeping busy with the extended hiking, biking, and golfing season. I have even seen people out on the lake in their boats enjoying this rare December. If you haven’t gotten your kids pictures with Santa yet, it isn’t too late!
Find Santa right by JC Penney at the Spokane Valley Mall – from now until the 24th everyday until 8 pm. CLICK HERE for a quick link to reservations and pricing.
What about pictures with your furry babies? Santa pictures at Spokane Valley Mall says pets are OK too. So make sure you bring those kids too!
Don’t miss the Gingerbread House Build Off at the Davenport in downtown Spokane on December 9th. Watch local architects and chefs compete to build the best gingerbread house. the event will be judged by chosed judges as well as the public. If the kiddos want to join the fun, there are gingerbread kits that can be purchased and built on site. CLICK HERE for a quick link to information on this event.
Take the whole family to see the live production of ELF at the Spokane Civic Theater. From what I have heard from friends who have gone to it, the cast is great and it is nonstop fun for everyone.
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With the amazing weather we have been having, it might be the right year to take the kids to the ‘North Pole’ on Coeur ‘DAlene Resort’s Cruise. You will see light displays and a fire breathing dragon! Santa will call out your kid’s name which makes the whole experience memorable.
I hope you find your own joy and merriment this holiday season. Make memories, laugh, and don’t sweat the small stuff!
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