Normandy Park Towne Center Winterfest Is Dec. 13-14
The folks at the new Normandy Park Towne Center tell us that their Grand Opening will be Saturday and Sunday Dec. 13th and 14th, with a Winterfest theme.
Here’s their press release:
Normandy Park Towne Center is proud to announce the Grand Opening of their new building, built by local developer McKittrick Real Estate Group.Â Housing tenants such as nutritious (& yet still tasty) vendor Emerald City Smoothie, old favorite hamburger-maker Herfyâ€™s, and CafÃ© Mia, a lovely Italian themed restaurant with its own pizza oven, bakery, wine & coffee bar; this addition to the Normandy Park neighborhood promises to beÂ well received. Â In addition, NPTC houses the offices of McKittrick Real Estate Group, as well as the local non-profit, the Hear See Hope Foundation.
To introduce the new tenants to the community, Normandy Park Towne Center is hosting a community-wide Winterfest on December 13th & 14th from 10am to 3pm. Be sure to mark your calendars as you will not want to miss out on this festive holiday event that includes a little something for everyone:
- Baked goods offered by CafÃ© Mia
- Specially priced Smoothies from Emerald City Smoothie
- Local entertainment from The Hi-Liners, Momentum Music & Dance Academy, TeenSounds, YouthSounds, & KidSounds Northwest Choirs
- Special visits from Rudolf, Frosty and their friends
- Story time and sing-a-long with Mrs. Claus
- Professional holiday photos taken with our Special Guest, Santa Claus!
Yes, Santa Claus truly is coming to â€œTowneâ€ to partner with the Hear See Hope Foundation to raise awareness about Usher syndrome. Created in 2004 to as a response to the diagnosis of their eldest son Conner, Todd & Lane McKittrick created Hear See Hope as a means to raise funds to support research looking to find a cure.Â Four years later, their fourth son, Dalton, was born with Usher as well. Usher syndrome is the leading cause of deaf-blindness in the world. Those with Usher syndrome are born profoundly deaf, and lose their vision by their teenage years. To date, Hear See Hope has raised approximately $850,000, and will not stop until a cure is found.
NPTC is continuing to look for local entertainment that would make the event even better. If you have an idea, let us know by emailing us at [email protected]. We will contact you once your information is received. No matter what, plan on joining in on the fun at Normandy Park Towne Center!
Located in-between the City of Des Moines and the City of Burien, Normandy Park Towne Center can be found at 19803 1st Ave South in Normandy Park.
Directions and more information on the development can be found at www.normandyparktc.com.
See you â€œaround Towneâ€!
Here’s an informational video about the Hear See Hope Foundation: