Children in Fall City will get their turns to meet with Santa Saturday during Fall City’s holiday festivities. (Carol Ladwig/File Photo)

Children in Fall City will get their turns to meet with Santa Saturday during Fall City’s holiday festivities. (Carol Ladwig/File Photo)

Fall City holiday festivities Dec. 2 include arts market, horseback caroling and annual tree lighting

  • Monday, November 27, 2017 2:59pm
  • Life

Fall City’s annual Holiday Market runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 2 at Chief Kanim Middle School.

This arts and crafts festival features many handmade items for sale from local crafters and artists throughout the community. Come discover a vintage item and purchase gifts for all those special people on your holiday shopping list. Pick up fresh wreaths, swags and live poinsettias for your holiday decorating. Kick off your holiday season with the sounds of lively and festive music and enter to win one of many unique raffle prizes.

Also during the day, the Raging River Riders will ride through downtown Fall City, caroling and collecting food donations for the Fall City Food Bank.

At 4 p.m., the Fall City Elementary and Chief Kanim Middle School choirs will perform their annual holiday concert at the Fall City Elementary gymnasium.

After the concert, head to Olive Taylor Quigley Park downtown for the lighting of the plum trees along the riverbank.

A Chief Kanim Middle School student solos in a past holiday concert. (Carol Ladwig/File Photo)

A Chief Kanim Middle School student solos in a past holiday concert. (Carol Ladwig/File Photo)

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