Feel Good Friday: Boat Rides, Virtual Theater, and Cookies

Holiday Boat Rides in Kirkland

Float along the shores of Lake Washington through Duffy Electric Boats Northwest and its Winterfest Light Cruises Dec. 5-31. The boats are decorated in sparkling lights; there are heaters in cabins, holiday music, and views that wow. Sip hot cocoa and enjoy treats. BYOB – that means bring your own blanket in this situation. Cruises last one hour and cost $149. Learn more here.

’Twas the Night Reimagined

Studio East in Kirkland is presenting this Eastside favorite in a new way. ’Twas the Night … Reimagined will debut online on Zoom at 6 p.m. on Dec. 12. It will stream through Dec. 27. For nearly 20 years Studio East has presented the classic tale. Learn more here. 

Cloud Paper Donates 100,000 Rolls of Toilet Paper

COVID-19 has made it tough at times for people to get something as basic — and necessary — as toilet paper. Tree-free Northwest toilet paper company Cloud Paper has pledged 100,000 rolls to be donated to Food Lifeline. This is enough toilet paper to supply 5,000 families for a month each. Cloud Paper wants the community to support Food Lifeline, too. Look for its awareness and donation campaign called Double Tap to Donate on its Instagram at Cloud. Paper. Read more about the company here.

(Healthier) Cookie Balls

Cookbook author Sarah Adler has created a ginger molasses cookie ball recipe for 425 readers that is scrumptious, easy, and made with healthier ingredients. Make cookie balls this weekend and store them in the refrigerator for up to three weeks (assuming you have the willpower not to eat them all). Get the recipe here.

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