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Lincoln Center Hosts Holiday Open House

POSTED November 8, 2017 1:25 p.m.
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Lincoln Center Hosts Holiday Open House

Lincoln Center Hosts Holiday Open House


Lincoln Center’s Holiday Open House returns Sunday, Nov. 12, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Enjoy festive holiday décor, store promotions and sales, live musical entertainment and other seasonal surprises. A big, beautiful tree will be standing tall on the Brickwalk, decorated with Christmas cheer. Santa is making his first appearance of the season at the North Pole (265 Lincoln Center) with his live reindeer, along with train and carriage rides as well. Free family photos will take place in front of the Christmas tree – it’s the perfect opportunity to get a picture for holiday cards.

The Snow Village, a sparkling exhibit of Department 56 Christmas houses, will be on display in the windows at 265 Lincoln Center.

Spread a little warmth by donating new or gently used coats and new socks at Holiday Open House in various locations throughout the center through Dec. 24. This year’s Coat and Sock Drive benefits the Gospel Center Rescue Mission (GCRM). To learn more about how Lincoln Center is partnering with GCRM, visit lincolncentershops.com/partnering-for-change.

Be sure to bring your Christmas shopping list with you. The boutiques have great selections of gifts for everyone on your list, plus many one-day-only promotions and sales.

 

Lincoln Center is Stockton’s premiere shopping and dining destination, at the corner of Pacific Avenue and Benjamin Holt. For more information visit www.LincolnCenterShops.com.

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