Snowlake Festival

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Event# 785-442-3765

Event Details

The arrival of Santa and the tree lighting ceremony will begin at 5:00 p.m. in Degginger Park which allows a photo op for parents to take pictures of children with Santa. Also, children are encouraged to bring a letter to Santa and drop it in his special mailbox. The Highland Lions Club will be serving food from Santa’s Workshop for a Free Will donation. Across the street in the Senior Center, Highland Pride's Ye Ole Sweet Shoppe will have all kinds of Christmas goodies to purchase. Other activities in the Center will include Cupcake Decorating, Snowflake Crafts, Games, another photo op with special Christmas props and a Jamberry Nails Booth. Highland Lions Club and Highland PRIDE, 5 – 7 p.m.

Snowlake Festival

Address : Degginger Park and the Senior Center Highland KS
Phone : 785-442-3765   (Always call and confirm events.)

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