COUNTDOWN: 1 week until West Seattle Junction Hometown Holidays Tree Lighting

Among the West Seattle holiday traditions returning this year after pandemic hiatus, The Junction’s having a tree lighting again this year. In case you haven’t already seen this in our Holiday Guide or on The Junction’s website, we’re publishing a reminder now that it’s just one week away. One block of SW Alaska will be closed between California and 42nd for a Night Market with local vendors and Santa Claus, 4-7 pm Saturday, December 4th, plus entertainment onstage in Junction Plaza Park, culminating in the tree lighting at 6 pm, emceed by “Elvis”! (WSB is media sponsor for Hometown Holidays. See you there!)

3 Replies to "COUNTDOWN: 1 week until West Seattle Junction Hometown Holidays Tree Lighting"

  • Todd martin November 28, 2021 (6:28 pm)

    The tree is already lit and only a few wreaths are on. The lights on buildings are not on. So it really takes the build up out of it. 

  • Conjunction Junction November 29, 2021 (9:38 am)

    I find this very confusing.  Isn’t the tree already lit? 

    • WSB November 29, 2021 (9:53 am)

      The lights are usually on in advance, yes. So call this ceremonial.

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