Santa visit to be a Tacoma treat
November 29, 2013 by Max
The Old Town Tree Lighting and Santa Visit will offer families all types of activities to kick off their holiday season, and a chance for children to visit with Santa and share their Christmas list. Printing services are sure to have been called upon to share this information with people in this community and the surrounding areas.
During this holiday kick off, families will be able to come out and enjoy a shared experience with friends and neighbors while they wait for the Christmas trees to be lit, and for Santa to arrive. There will be special cookies and tasty hot chocolate available for everyone, plus a wealth of festive activities.
Families are invited to bring non-perishable items to be donated to the Food Connection and help out some families in need this year.
Admission to this event is free, and it will be happening on Thursday, December 5, from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm at the Job Carr Cabin Museum in Old Town Park, located at 2350 North 30th Street in Tacoma, Washington. To learn more about this event, please visit the museums website or call the office at 253-627-5405.
The museum was discovered by Job Carr, a pioneer and a visionary who had strong convictions, on Christmas Day, back in 1864, while fishing with his friends on Commencement Bay. He built his home and settle in this new city, a place the Indians called Tacobet that has now become Old Town, the place where Tacoma was born.