Local Holiday events for the weekend:
For the ninth year, the City of West Palm Beach has brought back a 700-ton sand tree, known as Sandi. Light shows and music will be presented from 6 to 10 p.m. daily through Dec. 31 next to the 35-foot-tall “tree” in Sandi Land. Santa Claus will pose for photos sitting in a 6-foot-tall lifeguard chair, offering a safe distance between him and families.
Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society: During Zoo Lights, guests can walk through themed areas with 1 million eco-friendly lights and extravagant holiday displays. Event hours are from 6 to 9 p.m. on Dec. 18-23 and 26-29 and Jan. 1-3 and 8-9. Festivities include eating s’mores by the fire and decorating holiday cookies.
Christmas at Whitehall: Enjoy self-guided tours and shopping for unique Hanukkah and Christmas gifts at the Henry Morrison Flagler Museum store. The first floor of Whitehall is decorated in the Gilded Age tradition. This year’s decorating themes include “Under the Sea,” “Florida Tropical” and “Chinoiserie.” Special nighttime hours have been added to the schedule from Dec. 20 to 23.
Okeeheelee Park: Lights 4 Hope Inc. is presenting a drive-thru holiday light display complete with music and animated characters. Proceeds from ticket sales benefit local children in hospitals and families in need. The event takes place Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through Dec. 27.
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The Port St. Lucie Christmas House features nearly 60 fully decorated Christmas trees and over 35-thousand lights in a "Florida" winter wonderland home. This is a private residence that the owners deck out and then show it off for charity. Bring a new, unwrapped towy for the Boys and Girls Club of St. Lucie County for admission. Tonight is the last night to collect the toys, but you can still show up tomorrow (Sat) night and see the house by taking part in a raffle for Dogs and Cats Forever, a no-kill shelter.
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