Discover Burien says “be a part of the magic this holiday season with personalized letters from Santa!” They are a great gift for all ages that will create excitement and joy for years to come. Santa provides a great opportunity to communicate with your child, niece, nephew, spouse or friend with a personalized message that can be used for rewards or reminders in anticipation of Christmas day. Stop in the Discover Burien office to fill out a form with as much information as possible. All letters are created and sent with a special foil seal from straight the North Pole and cost only $5 each! Letters are produced by Discover Burien and all monies collected will go toward promoting the 2017 Bazaar Days on Dec. 2. Be sure to shop the Bazaars all around Burien, for a special handmade and unique gifts as well as all our local retail outlets this holiday season for all your gifting needs! Bazaars are located at the Southgate Masonic Temple (Dec. 1 & 2), Normandy Park Senior Center (Dec. 3), Kennedy Catholic High School (Dec. 3), The Cove (Dec. 3), El Dorado West (Dec. 10), and Hot Feet Fitness (Dec. 2). Santa will also be at Berkshire Hathaway on Dec. 2 from 10 a.m. â€“ 5 p.m. taking FREE photos! Be sure to stop in and get your annual picture for the Christmas cards!
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