The spirit and excitement of the holiday season is alive and well in Plano. Despite our ever-changing COVID-19 news, plan on closing out 2020 in a variety of merry ways. As Jim Carrey said in How the Grinch Stole Christmas, “I could use a little social interaction!”
Sunday, November 22, 5:30-8:30 p.m.Lights at Legacy Drive-Thru Experience – Take a unique holiday journey to see Santa, a live reindeer, the Sugar Plum Fairy, drummers drumming (and so much more) all from the comfort of your vehicle while listening to a live DJ via your car radio. Plus, see SNOW actually fall in two locations along the event route. Each car receives a bag of goodies courtesy of The Shops at Legacy retailers and restaurants and has a chance to win $500 shopping spree.
Saturday, December 5, 6:15-7:05 p.m.Dickens 2020 Online – leading up to the annual Christmas Tree Lighting in Historic Downtown, take part in online holiday traditions daily starting Sunday, November 29 at 4:30 p.m. This year Dickens ends with a virtual tree lighting event on December 5.
Thursday-Saturday, December 10–12, 6-10 p.m. Texas Prairie Christmas – Step back to Christmases long ago with tours of the festively decorated Heritage Farmstead Victorian mansion, a lighted mule-drawn wagon tour of the farm, COVID-safe photo with Santa, hot cocoa and more! Make a reservation and buy tickets soon.
Friday, December 11, 6 p.m.Virtual Night of Wonder – Join Oak Point Recreation Center’s resident elves for a holly-jolly good time in Santa’s workshop. Listen to a story, write a letter to Santa, learn to make sugar cookie icing and elf pancakes, and more. Santa may make an appearance too! It’s FREE. Register here using event code 35237.