Feel Good Friday: Reimagined Holiday Festivities and a New Arts Opportunity

Drive-Through Holiday Spectacular at The Landing

The Landing in Renton is hosting a drive-through holiday spectacular Saturday, Nov. 21. It will feature laser light shows, musical entertainment, beloved holiday characters, holiday stilt walkers, giveaways, a special appearance by local singer Lori Lynner, and a finale starring Santa Claus. This fun-filled (and contactless) event is open to the public and free of charge. No advance registration is required. Learn more at The Landing’s website.

Bellevue Collection Reimagines Holiday Season

The Bellevue Collection is bringing back its annual holiday festivities this year. With COVID-19 regulations in place, though, they will unfold slightly differently. Snowflake Lane will transition to a walk or drive-through experience. Photos with Santa will be socially distanced; the tree lighting ceremony will be virtual. Visit the Bellevue Collection’s website for more.

Experience Winterfest at Suncadia Resort

Suncadia Resort in Cle Elum is redefining many favorite holiday activities and offering opportunities to stay secluded and socially distant so you can enjoy this time without being cooped up at home. Winterfest, the resort’s collection of holiday activities running from Nov. 26 through Jan. 3, offers a one-stop-shop for all things festive whether you are an artist, traditional Christmas fan, or an outdoor adventure seeker. Learn more.

Seattle Arts Fellowship Invests in Leaders of Color

The Seattle Opera, Seattle Symphony, Classical King FM, and Pacific Northwest Ballet are partnering to create the Seattle Arts Fellowship. The initiative invests in future arts leaders of color and is available to anyone who identifies as African/African American, Latinx, Asian, Arab, Native American/Indigenous, and Asian Pacific Islander. Learn more.

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