The Santa Blog

 

Posts Tagged ‘snowflake lane’

An Extra Cool Holiday Treat!

November 26th, 2014 | Filed under: helpful hints Holiday Events Holiday traditions news planning your visit seasonal recipes | Posted by Elf jennifer

Holiday Gelato

With boutique ice cream stores becoming a popular trend in the Northwest area, I thought it would be awesome to feature some of the cool holiday flavors of ice cream!

At Molly Moon’s they are cooking up some festive cheer with flavors like Cinnamon and Ginger Pear Sorbet!

Downtown at Gelatiamo’s they are cooking up some fancy pastries and holiday gelato flavors like Peppermint, Ginger Snap, and Pumpkin!

Bluebird Ice Cream has holiday flavors such as Pumpkin, Candied Yam with Marshmallow Swirl, and Blueberry Crumble!

Godiva Chocolatier at Bellevue Square is serving up some extra special cones with flavors like White Chocolate, Dark Chocolate , or Swirl. Yum yum!

Cold Stone is offering Candy Cane, Eggnog, Dark Chocolate Peppermint, and Pumpkin for you to mix and match as you please!

Stop by to try these awesome flavors and let Santa know which is your favorite by using the hashtag #pnwclaus for Instagram and Twitter!

Bluebird Ice Cream

Celebrate Ten Years of Tradition at Snowflake Lane

November 18th, 2014 | Filed under: Holiday Events Holiday traditions news planning your visit | Posted by Elf jennifer

Snow, singing, and drums beating! What could be a more festive way to greet Santa Claus? Every year the Bellevue Collection puts on a spectacular parade to help kick off the holiday season and this year is extra special! Snowflake Lane celebrates its ten year anniversary.

Sights to see during Snowflake Lane and Santa’s Arrival are toy drummers, merry snow characters, snowfall and much much more! For the first time ever, there will be a spectacular tree lighting with Santa at Bellevue Place.

Snowflake Lane happens nightly but it is only one night that Santa takes part in the jollification! If you miss Santa’s Arrival, that’s ok! He will be here at Bellevue Square from November 28th – December 24th. You can get a photo with Santa provided by Arthur & Associates inside Bellevue Square.

Bellevue Snowflake Lane

Visit the Bellevue Collection to help plan your holiday experience.

Share your memories this season on Social Media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and use #SFLmemories!

A Magical Holiday Experience in Bellevue

November 27th, 2013 | Filed under: helpful hints Holiday traditions news planning your visit | Posted by Elf jennifer

Bellevue Lane

(Image courtesy of Pinterest – Kim Blackburn)

Bellevue has had a tradition that is well received every year by both children and parents! With falling snow, LIVE Toy Drummers, and dancing snow characters, how could this put any scrooge in the holiday spirit?! This event will happen nightly starting at 7pm, from November 29th – Christmas Eve.

Bellevue Tree Ceremony

For one special night, Friday November 29th, Santa will make his appearance in the parade to kick-off the holiday season! After the parade he will also lead the Tree Lighting Ceremony. Santa is going to light a 30 ft tree at Bellevue Place’s Wintergarden! After the festivities, get your picture taken with all of the Snowflake Lane characters, and enjoy snacks and holiday tunes. Be sure NOT to miss all the action! Check out the website for details on parking, parade map, and times.

Bellevue Snowflake Lane

(Santa arriving last year)

All the festivities are held outdoors on the sidewalks between Bellevue Square and Lincoln Square, so be sure to grab a cup of hot chocolate and bundle up! This NW winter weather can be chilly (and that’s coming from someone who lives way way up North)!

There will be live performances from the high-energy snowstorm, and ladies, a chance to get your very own photo with a princess! Enjoy a holiday experience this year at Bellevue Square! And remember, Santa is watching.

Have you visited Snowflake Lane yet?

December 3rd, 2012 | Filed under: news | Posted by Elf jennifer

Be sure to stop by for the 7pm show–every night!

You’ll see drummers drumming, dancers dancing and it SNOWS!