Green Lake Holiday Events Starting This Week
Fa la la… our list of holiday events continues to grow!
St. Andrew’s is hosting a family-friendly Christmas concert at 6 pm by the Northwest Boychoir Apprentices. For more than 40 years, the Northwest Boychoir has earned a reputation as one of the nation’s premier choir programs. The top level Northwest Boychoir is especially popular during the holiday season for its Festival of Lessons & Carols concert series which has become a Northwest Holiday Tradition. The church is located at 111 NE 80th St, Seattle, 98115.
The concert is free. For more information go to: http://www.saintandrewsseattle.org/event/northwest-boychoir-christmas-concert/.
Starting Friday December 9
PhinneyWood’s slightly off-kilter holiday celebration returns with glowing monkeys, free trolley rides and some really ugly sweaters. Nearly 200 LED-lit monkeys adorn business along Phinney and Greenwood avenues throughout the month of December. From 6 pm to midnight, the monkeys will be the highlight of PhinneyWood Phestivus, a neighborhood holiday party that will include a variety of “phestivities,” from art, food and ugly sweaters.
For more information go to: phinneycenter.org/phestivus. Monkey information is available at www.monkeywood. Org Art walk maps and information are available at artupphinneywood.com.
Starting Saturday December 10
Best Christmas Pageant Ever
Starting this Saturday the Seattle Public Theatre at the Green Lake Bathhouse will run the beloved The Best Christmas Pageant Ever. After a 16 year run this season is the last to catch this at SPT. The show runs through December 24. For ticket information, go to SPT.
Saturday December 10
Green Lake Pathway of Lights
The one night of the year when hundreds of luminaries are set around Green Lake, with carolers caroling, bands playing and concession stands with cozy, hot drinks to keep you walking the lake. See the schedule above for all the musical performers. And don’t forget to bring some canned food for the food donation stations that will be around the lake. For more information go to: