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Boy oh boy – it’s a holiday extravaganza in Coupeville tomorrow.
SATURDAY – DECEMBER 3rd – there’s fun for the whole family!
Scroll down for the list of family friendly things to do in Coupeville tomorrow!
1 pm – @ Sno-Isle Coupeville Library – Gingerbread Workshop! Learn all about gingerbread so you can enter a gingerbread creation in the Holiday Gingerbread Challenge (put on by the Whidbey Examiner & the Friends of the Coupeville Library).
3 pm – @ Island County Museum – Professional Actor Jim Dunn reads The Night Before Christmas. Bring the kids to hear this great reading of this iconic holiday story!
4 pm – CHRISTMAS PARADE STARTS!!! Main Street and Front Street. Holiday cheering! Floats, Santa, themed characters, LOTS OF FUN for the whole family!
5 pm – @ Cook’s Corner Park – Lighting of the Christmas Tree – Main and Ninth. Enjoy Christmas Carols
5 – 7 pm – Annual Christmas Art & Antiques Walk, Historic Coupeville
6 pm – View the Oak Harbor Boat Parade of Lights from the Coupeville Wharf (Weather Permitting)
And at 4:30 the new studio of KWPA Whidbey Air will be open to the public – 22 Front St.