Looking For Holiday Fun? Check Here For Some Ideas!

Need some suggestions for Holiday fun?We have them for you right here:

The Grotto’s Christmas Festival of Lights opens this weekend and runs thru December 30th, the world’s largest Christmas Choral Festival and gardens that boast over half a million lights.

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The Portland Spirit has special Cinnamon Bear Cruises throughout the season which is a great holiday activity for the family.

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Holiday shopping can be a challenge, but for those unique, handcrafted items, visit Portland Saturday Market, nationally recognized as the largest continuously operating open-air arts and crafts market in the country.With food offerings and musicians performing, it’s the complete Portland experience!Open Saturdays 10am-5pm and Sundays 11am-4:30pm.

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Portland’s Singing Christmas Tree is another long-standing holiday tradition with over 350 adult and youth choral singers, dance performances, and special guest artists in a holiday extravaganza at Keller Auditorium the last two weekends of November.

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ZooLights at the Oregon Zoo runs November 29-January 5 dazzling parents and children alike with a display of more than 1.5 million lights. In addition to visiting the animals, you can ride the lighted train and carousel, enjoy hot chocolate and local food carts and take a photo with Santa thru December 24th (he’s a little busy after that).

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