Normandy Park’s ‘Winterfest’ holiday events will be held in two locations on Saturday, Dec. 2: 11 a.m. â€“ 1 p.m.: Manhattan Village â€“ lots of fun including: Santa, the Silverbells Carolers, the Marvista Choir, FREE cookie decorating at QFC and FREE holiday coloring at Starbucks. Manhattan Village is located at 17847 1st Avenue South: 5 â€“ 6:30 p.m.: Normandy Park Towne Center â€“ the 5th annual Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony featuring festive music by Mount Rainier High School, Pacific Middle School, Marvista Elementary and the Silverbells Carolers, along with a Rock Star entrance by Santa! Plus – KOMO TV celebrities, lots of FREE prizes, candy canes and warm beverages, and SNOW thanks to Patti Gifford Real Estate. Here’s video from last year’s event:
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