November 12 is when the holiday season kicks off at Downtown Summerlin, with the arrival of Santa Claus and the opening of Rock Rink, the popular outdoor ice-skating rink on The Lawn and presented this year by Live Nation.
Then the following weekend, the Holiday Parade returns in all its glory after a one-year hiatus, making the parade even more special. You can see the parade every Friday and Saturday evening at 6 p.m. from November 19 through December 18.
This free event, runs along Park Centre Drive and includes a new Nutcracker-inspired float this year. The parade is complete with lively holiday music, snow, dancers and Santa.
Santa Claus’ Chalet, presented by Tri Pointe Homes and located in the Macy’s Promenade, is open daily through December 24. Photo packages start at $39.99. Santa offers photos with pets on Tuesdays through December 21 between 7 and 9 p.m. Kids can drop off letters to Santa and for every letter received, Downtown Summerlin will donate $1 to Goodie Two Shoes.
The Rock Rink is a favorite for young and old alike and is presented by live Nation. Skate rentals start at $16 and all ages are welcome. Hours vary, and appointments are required, so check the website for details https://summerlin.com/event/rock-rink/ Downtown Summerlin’s festive holiday train runs from November 19-January 7. Rides are $4 per person (adults and kids).
On Dec. 1, Downtown Summerlin will partner with Jewish Nevada to host a one-night Hanukkah celebration that includes the lighting of the Menorah, family skate night, entertainment, kids’ activities and hot cocoa with lite bites.
New this year, is Lights for Flights — a fun activation featuring six giant lighted words spread throughout Downtown Summerlin: LOVE, JOY, HOPE, PEACE, SOAR and MIRACLE.
Creating the perfect holiday background for all your Instagram-worthy holiday moments, the signs are sponsored to generate awareness and funds for Miracle Flights, the nonprofit that provides free commercial flights to children and adults who need assistance to reach life-changing medical care not available in their local communities.
And last on the list, however certainly not least – at Las Vegas Ballpark, visit Enchant, a whimsical and heartfelt Christmas light maze and village that brings its world of festive wonder to Las Vegas for the first time November 26 through January. 2. Visit EnchantChristmas.com for details. For more on Downtown Summerlin’s holiday events, visit www.summerlin.com.
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