Over 1 mile of candle-lit paths, caroling, free hot chocolate and cookies, maybe even Santa Claus, the Judkins Park Festival of Lights returns for a second year on Friday, December 20, from 6 to 8:30 pm.
For extra fun, join the lantern parade led by a fun Klezmer band. We have some lanterns and lights to pass out, or bring your own funny hat and lanterns. Meeting at 5:45 at the Starbucks on the corner of 23rd and Jackson and walking into the park, starting at 6:00 pm.
We are still looking for volunteers to help get the bags set out and then picked up. Drop a note to [email protected] to volunteer. Set up is Friday, 3 pm, take down is at 8:30 pm.
Thanks to the Central Seattle Drug Free Communities Coalition, City of Seattle Parks and Recreation, Washington Start Department of Social and Health Services, King County Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Programs, Jackson Place Community Council, Colman Neighborhood Association, Darigold and the Promenade Red Apple. Here’s a link to last year’s pictures.
Good work Knox. I wish you good weather and a lot of lights. I’m more of a mob with torches guy myself.
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It looked like it was going to be awesome…I didn’t hang around for the event but during setup I perceived that some characters were dismayed that the light of good had taken over their spot. Good Job Knox!