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When and where to catch the lighting of community Christmas trees

Nothing ushers in the holiday spirit quite like a holiday event and the lighting of community Christmas trees. While cities like Edmonds and Everett already held their events over the weekend, there are plenty of others yet to host theirs. Below is a list of neighboring cities in Snohomish County that will be hosting their holiday events this weekend on Saturday, December 4, 2021.

Lynnwood: From 5 – 7 pm at Silver Creek Family Church.

  • This free holiday event includes live music, a coffee cart, food vendors, and of course, a visit from Santa Clause. Silver Creek Family Church is located at 5326 176th St SW, Lynnwood 98036.
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Mukilteo: From 4 – 7 pm at the Rosehill Community Center

  • This outdoor holiday event will feature carolers, photos with Santa, hot coco, take home gingerbread house kits, and more. The tree lightning itself will happen at 5 pm. Rosehill Community Center is located at 304 Lincoln Ave, Mukilteo, WA 98275.

Lake Stevens: From 4 – 8 pm at North Cove Park.

  • Food vendors will be available for the duration of the event, but the tree lightning itself will happen at 5:15 pm. The Lake Stevens Community band will perform a holiday medley, too. North Cove Park is located downtown at ​​1806 Main St, Lake Stevens, WA 98258.
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Marysville: From 4 – 7 pm at Comeford Park on State & 5th. 

  • The “Marysville for the Holidays” event will feature food and craft vendors and the “Electric Lights Parade” will begin at 6:30 pm. According to the city’s official website, “The parade will make its way along State Avenue starting at the Municipal Court and will end at Comeford Park.” Comefore Park is located at 514 Delta Ave, Marysville, WA 98270.
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