It's beginning to look at lot like winter with all this snow! There are plenty of fun things to do on the Eastside, but colder weather means it's time for some special events that only happen around Kirkland this time of year. See what's happening in Kirkland, Bellevue and Redmond this Holiday Season.
Kirkland Art Market
Shop your heart out for friends and family or take a few items home for yourself at this annual gift bonanza. Pick from tons of gifts and keepsakes made by local artists who work with ceramics, jewelry, paintings, prints and more at this free event. Visit with the artists until December 23, 2016 on Tuesday-Saturday from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm and Sunday from Noon to 5:00 pm.
Winter Wonderland at the Redmond Town Center
Enjoy the best the of the holiday season at the Redmond town Center until January 1st while you're shopping for the holidays. Go skating on the outdoor rink, ride the holiday train and carousal, and enjoy performances by local Eastside music groups to feel the spirit of the season. Find more info about all the holiday fun here and stop by Higher Leaf in Kirkland for plenty of other gifts you won't find at the mall.
Snow Flake Lane in Bellevue
This nightly winter wonderland extravaganza runs until Christmas Eve on December 24th, 2016. Watch dancers, musicians, acrobats and more perfom the show of the season at The Bellevue Collection at 7:00pm. Get there early to stake your spot on the street or from one of the bridges that crosses the performance route. See more info snowflakelane.com.
Garden d'Lights at the Bellevue Botanical Gardens
Beautiful displays light up the night at the Bellevue Botanical Garden this December. Visit the glowing plants and illuminated woodlands every day until New Year's Eve from 4:30 to 9:00 pm. Learn more info about the beloved Bellevue event at gardendlights.com.
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