Get into your Holly Jolly spirit this Christmas in Yakima!
The holidays can be stressful, some of the biggest struggles with depression happen within the holiday season. The best way to combat is doing things for yourself, so we compiled a lit of fun things you can do by your self or with friends and family.
You'd be surprised how many fun and cheap events Yakima Valley has to offer, so let's dive head first into what's on the way for Christmas in 2021.
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Head on down to Mighty Tieton Warehouse to find everything Christmas. They're pulling out all the stops bringing vendors from all over to sell their holiday goods. They're also brining live Christmas music for while you shop and grab goodies for everyone in the family.
Sunnyside Downtown Christmas Market
Find your way into 40 different vendors selling all the gifts you could possibly need for your friends and family. While you're there grab a holly jolly bite to eat, check out the perfect spots for selfies, and a few added places to get your holiday photos. Then settle in for the Christmas Parade starts and enjoy fun for the whole family.
Santa Paws at the Valley Mall
Bring your furry family to go see Santa at the Yakima Valley Mall, all pets are welcome even if they're not a service animal. Make sure everyone is up to date with vaccinations and on a leash. as for the animals all of those rules also apply. Come on down to the mall December 2-23 for pictures.
Annual Lighted Farm Implement Parade December 4th
Come on down to Sunnyside for a farmers parade you'll never forget. Starting at 6:30pm you can come see one of the most unique light parades in the state as farmers from all over the Yakima Valley decorate their tractors in special Christmas themes and lights before hitting the streets. If you get there early you can enjoy vendors and food from all over.
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