Holiday Happenings in Duvall

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Christmas in the Country
Tree Lighting at Depot Park
December 3rd
Duvall Farmers Market Holiday Farm & Artisan Craft Fair
November 20th
Photos with Santa
Duvall True Value
December 11th
Holiday Giving Tree
At participating businesses
starting November 22nd
Annual Treecycle Event
For Curbside Yardwaste Subscribers
Annual Treecycle Event
Duvall & Carnation Scout Collection
Cascade Community Theatre Presents... Civic Club Craft/Bake Sale & Santa Pictures
Saturday, December 4th

CHRISTMAS IN THE COUNTRY
Holiday Tree Lighting Event

Friday, December 3rd, 6 PM
Depot Park (Police Station)
26225 NE Stephens Street


Follow the luminaries and enjoy cookies and cider while singing carols with the choir. The music will kick off at 6:00 p.m. and will include the Adventure Church Dessert Theater Jazz Ensemble and Cherry Valley Elementary Choir. Santa will be escorted to the Depot parking lot, where he will meet and greet one and all!

The Duvall Rotary Club will be back with their famous Christmas Cow. Pictures with the cow will be available for purchase. The Duvall Fire Department will have their Big Red Fire Engine and an Aid Car to explore. The Duvall Historical Society will once again be in the Depot where you can warm up and purchase their annual holiday ornament. The Civic Club will be selling great holiday items and free children’s activities will be provided by the Duvall-Carnation Police Department. Free cider (hot or cold) and cookies will be provided by Adventure Church and MOD (Mothers of Duvall). Come early to shop at local businesses throughout town.

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DUVALL FARMERS MARKET HOLIDAY FARM & ARTISAN CRAFT FAIR

Saturday, November 20th, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Old Duvall Church, 15520 Main Street NE


We will have all your favorites from the Duvall Farmers Market and more; including over 30 of the Northwest finest crafters and artists. You’ll be delighted by the fresh mix of handcrafted Thanksgiving, Christmas, and home décor, jewelry, fine art, soaps, candles, and accessories perfect for your gift list. Great artists showing their latest and greatest ideas making your holiday’s glow! This year’s fair will be the best one-stop shopping for the holiday season. Skip the mall and shop Duvall!

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PHOTOS WITH SANTA

Saturday, December 11th, Noon to 4 PM
Duvall True Value Hardware & Garden
15320 Brown Avenue


Have your picture taken with Santa! Pictures with Santa are FREE!


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HOLIDAY GIVING TREE

At participating businesses starting November 22nd

Once again, Duvall is participating in the annual Hopelink Giving Tree program this holiday season. Visit a participating location to pick out an ornament tag and buy the gift listed on it. You can pick up a gift tag at any participating business after November 22nd. The gifts will be donated to Hopelink in Carnation for families in need in our communities. This is a wonderful opportunity to make a real difference for families who need a little extra help during this season.

The gifts must be dropped off no later than noon on Friday, December 17th. You can drop off your gift at the location where you picked up the tag, at Duvall City Hall, 15535 Main Street or at Hopelink in Carnation, 31957 E. Commercial Street. Each gift should be returned UNWRAPPED with the ornament tag taped to it.

The participating businesses are:
  • Bank of America
  • Duvall Post Office
  • Valley Mailbox
  • Braithburn Academy
  • Duvall City Hall
  • Duvall Family Drugs
  • Thrive Community Fitness
  • Union Bank
  • Duvall Fire Department
  • Duvall Library
  • Duvall True Value Hardware & Garden
  • Duvall Advanced Family Eyecare
  • Bees Hive
  • Chic Essentials








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    ANNUAL TREECYCLE EVENT

    For Curbside Yardwaste Subscribers

    After removing all ornaments and tinsel, put your tree in your yardwaste container. Trees must be de-limbed and cut into three-foot sections. Yardwaste will be picked up every other week during December and January. For a detailed winter schedule, go to Waste Management's website.


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    ANNUAL TREECYCLE EVENT

    Duvall & Carnation Scout Collection

    Local Cub Scout troops will collect trees door-to-door as a fundraiser on Saturday, January 8th starting at 9:00am. You can also drop your tree off at Duvall's Taylor Landing Park by noon or at Carnation Tree Farm by 2:00pm. Suggested donations of $10 or more to support Duvall and Carnation Scouts would be appreciated.


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    CASCADE COMMUNITY THEATRE PRESENTS...

    "BABES IN TOYLAND"

    by Victor Herbert, with permission from Dramatic Publishing

    Babes in Toyland is a wonderful adaptation of the original 1903 operetta with Victor Herbert's unforgettable music. It's a magical Christmas-time story that includes many favorite Mother Goose characters like Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary; Tom-Tom, the Piper's Son; Jack and Jill; Little Miss Muffet; and many more. The story unfolds with the wicked Uncle Barnaby who runs the toy shop (and his comic-ruffian assistants, Roderigo and Gonzorgo) and can turn children into dolls and sell them for gold; and lovable Jane and Alan who are his next victims.

    Directed by Patrick Kevin
    Produced by Brittany Behrens and Doug Poage
    Friday, Dec 3 & 10, 7:30 PM
    Saturday, Dec 4 & 11, 2 PM and 7:30 PM

    Tolt Middle School
    3740 Tolt Avenue
    Carnation, WA 98014

    Tickets will range from $10-15 and be available through BrownPaper Tickets in mid November
    More information to be posted soon on: www.cascadecommunitytheatre.org.


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    Civic Club Craft/Bake Sale & Santa Pictures

    Saturday, December 4th
    10:00am to 4:00pm


    Great news!  The day after the Annual Tree Lighting, The Duvall Civic Club is presenting the return of Santa Pictures in the Rose Room of the Duvall Library! Saturday, December 4th from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.! Along with the Santa Pictures, there will be a craft sale and bake sale making it a real Santa Sale-abration!

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