Saturday: Edmonds Tree Lighting — What you need to know

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Visit downtown Edmonds Saturday, Nov. 30 for the free annual Tree Lighting Ceremony, sponsored by the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce. There will be caroling and a visit from Santa, followed by the lighting of the community tree. The location is Centennial Plaza — corner of 5th Avenue North and Bell Street.

Opening music is performed by Maplewood Jazz Band, as in years past; Holiday sing-along carols will be sung and led by North Sound Church’s Choir; and the Children’s Choir of North Sound Church performs. Deborah Brandi, executive director of the Foundation for the Edmonds School District, will emcee this year. From 5:15-7pm, Santa will be at the Masonic Lodge for pictures.

More details on the Edmonds Chamber website.

SCHEDULE TIME
Free refreshments at Centennial Plaza 3 p.m.
Program begins with Santa to follow 4 p.m.
Program ends 5 p.m.
Follow Santa to Edmonds Masonic Hall for photographs 5:15 – 7 p.m.

There will be free music, cookies, cider, coffee starting at 3 p.m. Better yet, come early and shop at local merchants during Small Business Saturday.

Here’s a map of the location and nearby street closures:

 

 

One Reply to “Saturday: Edmonds Tree Lighting — What you need to know”

  1. Annually a super-great event —- celebrating downtown EDMONDS merchants ! May be a bit cool, but always draws hundreds of people !

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