December 8, 2005

Warm your hearts THIS SATURDAY ... at the
Miracles Christmas Parade on 34th Street!

Saturday, December 10, 6:30 p.m.
Many entries, including Marching Bands, Santa, Children’s Characters, a 34 ft Christmas Tree, Lighted Floats, Miss America, Texas Tech Lady Raiders, U.S. Military Units, Musical Groups, Dance Teams, and more! Parade begins at Toledo and 34th and continues on for miles down 34th Street. more>

Cool Christmas Gifts
Check out these COOL GIFTS that we found. Save time and effort by calling the stores and they will have them ready before you arrive! Or test your shopping IQ and see if you know all of these TOP SPOTS to shop! LOOK!>

A Lovely Christmas card
One of our members sent this automated Christmas card to me and it's really neat! It put me in a warm, calm spirit on this cold day.

Click on the card to activate.

We're giving away 4 Shopping Sprees per week between now and December 22! Be sure you enter and tell your friends! more>

Looking for something a little different? Check out these highlights ... but this is just a sampling of the many you will find as you visit the calendar for more details on these and others!
* December 10 - Greek Pastry Bake Sale on Saturday, from 9:00am until 3:00p.m. at 82nd St. & Homestead Ave.Come early. Last year, they sold out at Noon.
* December 10 - Miracles on 34th Street Parade. Parade will start between 6:30 and 7:00 pm. Where's a good place to sit? Well, the parade starts from from Toledo, all the way down 34th Street to Q. Broadcast Square is located at 34th & Louisville and you can sit in the grandstands for a ticket ($15.00 Adult, $13.00 Children, Kids under 2 Free if not taking up a seat) ... or you can bring a chair and join the fun club gang in the parking lot at As Time Goes By. We'll gather there to watch the parade in its earlier segment. more>
* December 10 through 20th - Miracles & Lights 34th Street Merchants have organized themselves into a decorating contest. Help select the winner after a holiday drive down 34th street. more>
December 16, 17 - Live Nativity Scene. The story of Christmas is re-enacted at this free production that children and adults alike will enjoy with live animals, complete with camels, sheep, and cows. Live nativity scene shows from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. and scenes happen every few minutes so viewers can arrive any time for the full presentation. Indiana Avenue Baptist Church is located at 411 N. University (Dartmouth Ave and N. University).
* December 21 – Celtic Winter Solstice Celebration at the historic Baker Building, 1211 13th Street. An intimate evening featuring High Plains Irish Dancers and 6 West Texas Celtic Ensembles: County Hockey Ceili, Jupiter 16, Perrin-Cooper, Mike Proper School of Highland Piping, Roan Inish and Tripping Up the Stairs. There will also be traditional refreshments and a raffle. Advance admission is $5. Tickets at the door are $9. 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.

Through December 18 - Kids-4-Kids Holiday Toy Drive
Through December 23 - Star, Cross, Angel - The 8th Annual Lubbock Arts Alliance Holiday Exhibition
Holiday Book Drive at Barnes & Noble
December 8 - “Vino Festivo” at Caprock Winery
December 9 -Toys For Tots Tennis Scramble
December 9-11, 16-18 - It's a Wonderful Life
December 9-10 - 27th Annual Candlelight at the Ranch
December 9 - Lubbock Cotton Kings
December 10 - Greek Pastry Bake Sale
December 10 'The Mitten' at Weekly Storytime
December 10 - Miracles on 34th Street Christmas Parade
December 10 - Lubbock Chorale performs Handel’s Messiah
December 10 - Saturday Night Cinema features Snow White
December 10 - “Telescope Buyers Anonymous”
December 10 - 23 - Santa Land Opens this weekend
December 11 – Christmas with Dickens
December 11 – Dean Killion Scholarship Concert
December 11- Lubbock Children's’ Choir Concert
December 12 - Texas Boys Ranch Fundraiser
December 13 - 18 - Cider Days Open House at City Museums
There are no details about these events in THIS email. All the information we have will be found when you
visit the CALENDAR OF EVENTS for specifics. Events are subject to change.

December 14 - "Finding Christmas" a play with song and dance
December 15 - Open House and Raffle of 2006 Mercedes SUV
December 16-18 - Ballet Lubbock’s Nutcracker
December 16, 17 - Live Nativity Scene
December 17, 23, 30, 31 - Lubbock Cotton Kings
December 17 - 'Chronicles of Narnia' Weekly Storytime
December 17 - “The Wondrous Santa Suit” Dinner Theater
December 21 – Celtic Winter Solstice Celebration
December 29 – 31 The Caprock AMBUCS Holiday Basketball Tournament
January 2 – Stella’s Cotton Pickin’ Party

It's a great day in Lubbock!
Then, again, it almost always is!

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