20 Nov 2018
Gingerbread decorating. Community tree lighting. Santa Sightings. From now until the new year, Seabrook glows with the magic of the holidays. This year, Washington’s beach town is delivering a sleigh full of merriment ranging from the Great Tree Lighting and Surfing Santa Christmas parade to pictures and breakfast with Santa and a holiday pop-up market. Discover the magic at Seabrook during the holidays.
Seabrook Holiday Event Guide
The Great Tree Lighting
The Roloff Dedication Tree will be lit for the first time this season on Friday, November 23 in Meriweather Square. For years, the Christmas Tree at Meriweather Square and the holiday decorations adorning and surrounding have stood as a holiday beacon for Seabrook homeowners and visitors alike. After the lights are turned on, walk over to Town Hall where the merriment continues with hot cocoa, holiday cookies, and pictures with Santa Claus.
Glass Float Find
How about some holiday treasure hunting! Join us for one of Seabrook’s most anticipated annual events, the Glass Float Find! This family fun adventure returns for the third year-in-a-row from November 24 thru December 21.
So, pull on your boots, grab your fleece, and get ready to explore Seabrook’s parks, businesses and surrounding areas in search of 50+ handcrafted glass floats carefully hidden throughout Seabrook. People come from all over the West Coast to have a ball while searching for these unique glass treasures. Follow us on Instagram @SeabrookWA for clues throughout the week.
And, as always, if you find one of these unique treasures, you get to keep it!
RAZOR CLAM DIGGING
Razor clam digging is as much a family tradition as opening presents on Christmas
Throughout the holiday season, you may notice clusters of people digging on the ocean beaches. They’re not digging for gold, but something much tastier - clams!
At Seabrook, digging for clams is a popular leisure activity for families, groups of friends, and visitors to the region.
Because it’s fun and easy! You just get out here and do it.
Everyone who tries it loves it. And for many, it quickly becomes a family tradition.
Get your holiday shopping done early this year at Seabrook’s Annual Holiday Bazaar. Discover gifts for everyone on your list with a wide selection of souvenirs, ornaments, apparel, home items and more from a diverse group of vendors. This pop-up shop is the perfect way to support small businesses, find unique handmade gifts, and shop local all at the same time. Oh what fun it is to gather with family, friends, and neighbors to enjoy holiday shopping in a festive and fun setting.
BREAKFAST WITH SANTA
Santa Claus is coming to Town Hall on Sunday, December 16 for a yummy breakfast. Gather the whole family and head over to Town Hall for a decadent menu of farm fresh eggs, crispy bacon, buttermilk pancakes and more. Adults can kick back and relax while sipping on sparkling mimosas while the kids are treated to cookies, hot cocoa, and photos with Santa… offering the perfect opportunity to tell ol’ Saint Nick all those last minute Christmas wishes. This yuletide tradition is sure to put a smile on every child’s face and make memories that last a lifetime for the entire family.
Imagine waking up on Christmas morning in a beautiful beach home. It’s early and the kids are still asleep, so you turn on the cozy fireplace which lights up the stockings full of treats and gifts that hang on the mantle. Soon the room is buzzing with holiday cheer, the excitement in your children’s eyes, and the delicious smell of fresh coffee and homemade cinnamon rolls baking in the oven. You spend the rest of the morning basking in the wonderment of the holidays – surrounded by your family and friends. Christmas evening begins with an elaborate feast and ends with a peaceful walk along the quiet streets and down to the beach to enjoy the serenity that you can only get by spending the holidays at the beach.
BEST DEALS OF THE YEAR
As holiday music fills the air and a sea of lighted houses illuminate the town, make your spirits bright at these family favorite events happening throughout December.