Stay tuned for information about Winterfest 2018!
A Kirkland Downtown Association and City of Kirkland Event
Lee Johnson Baseball Field
Peter Kirk Park
- Santa Pics by Photobooth
- Surprise Give-A-Ways by Sponsor Chick-Fil-A
- Snow Slide On The Hill with Life Community Church
- Kids Crafts On The Hill with Life Community Church
- Hot Dogs by Road Dawg Girl On The Hill
- Classic Kettle Corn
- Hot Chocolate, Cookies and Cider by City of Kirkland
- Facepainting by Lilly and Emerald City Artz
Lots Of Thanks to Organizers and Volunteers
A giant wreath, decorated by the community, will be displayed between Hector’s and Milagro’s this year, to delight all driving through town.
Decorate your doors and windows in the “Let it Snow” theme. Volunteers will hang all KDA member lights for them. Non-KDA members have the option of paying a fee for hanging, or hanging their own. If you purchased lights last year, they will be delivered to you this year on November 11th.
The KDA has contracted with Holiday Spirit Lighting to provide an amazing light display throughout the trees in Downtown Kirkland.
Small Business Saturday
Small Business Saturday – the Saturday after Thanksgiving is a HUGE shopping day for most Kirklandites and visitors. The town will be lit up in lights, and people will be Downtown for a full day of shopping, eating, and enjoying the ambiance of Kirkland…and preparing for the tree lighting at Peter Kirk Park.
Here are a few things you can do to ensure a successful day! Utilize the Small Business Saturday package that American Express provides! Order it now and be prepared! Make sure you are fully staffed, as it will be a busy day between Small Business Saturday and Winterfest!
All vendor positions are now closed. But come and join us and your favorite vendors at Kirkland Winterfest 2017.