EVERETT WINTERTIDE CELEBRATION

RAIN, SLEET, SNOW OR HAIL WILL NOT STOP SANTA, RUDOLPH, AND THE REINDEER

GET OUT TO EVERETT’S WINTERTIDE CELRBATION

 Yes, it has been a challenging year.  But Americans are strong and resilient all the way to the North Pole! There are so many family fun activities available this season.

Santa is here!  He will be riding on an Everett Fire Department Engine through different neighborhoods. Here is the upcoming schedule:

EAST
Dec. 9, 2020
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  • Lowell
  • Glacier View
  • Pinehurst-Beverly Park
  • South Forest Park
  • Valley View

WEST
Dec. 16, 2020
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  • Boulevard Bluffs
  • Evergreen
  • Harborview-Seahurst-Glenhaven
  • View Ridge Madison

SOUTH
Dec. 23, 2020

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  • Cascade View
  • Holly
  • Silver Lake
  • Twin Creeks
  • Westmont

Please remain on sidewalks or at a safe distance and let the kids enjoy the fun.  While he cannot stop and take Christmas wish lists, remember, they can send that addressed to Santa at the North Pole and drop it in any USPS mailbox.

And do not forget to go to NORAD on the 24th for their annual Santa tracker which charts his course around the world.  https://www.noradsanta.org/

Beginning on December 1st until the 31st, visit the Arboretum at Legion Park.  Take a winter stroll among the lights in the secret garden.  They light up at dusk and stay on until 8pm.  On a level walking area, it is suitable for children to great grands.  Bring you cocoa or coffee, scarves, and hats as well as your mask and observe the distancing and group guidelines.

Not enough?  Come to downtown in Everett.  Apparently, the tree at the Colby and Hewitt intersection is so bright it can be seen from outer space! And many local businesses are decorating their storefronts too.  Support them while you walk about, they need it.  As always, masks, small groups, and social distancing.

For more info on these and other events, go to https://everettwa.gov/832/Wintertide-Celebration

Marcee Maylin has a degree in Editorial Journalism from the University of Washington and 30+ years media experience. She is currently the Editor of the Everett Post dedicated to providing current, relevant, and entertaining content for the local community.