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Sunday Events: Winter Solstice, White Christmas, & Santa + PJs

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by Sarah Dobs

The Solstice with the mostest.
 
The Solstice with the mostest.
Winter Solstice Celebration at Phoenix Park

We will celebrate the longest night of the year and invite the light to return. The highlight of celebration with be a giveaway, a non-purchased gift from your heart. Begin with a reading about the solstice then entertainment and food. Featuring a fire ring, singing, instruments, games, activities.

Phionex Park, Riverfront Terrace, Eau Claire; Sun. 1pm

An entire polar bear was used for these outfits.
 
An entire polar bear was
used for these outfits.
Irving Berlin's White Christmas

Irving Berlin's White Christmas tells the story of two showbiz buddies putting on a show at a Vermont inn. Full of dancing, romance, laughter, and some of the greatest songs ever written, including Happy Holiday, Blue Skies and the unforgettable White Christmas. It promises to be a merry and bring experience for the entire family.

State Theatre, 316 Eau Claire St, Eau Claire; Sun. 1:30pm; $20/adults, $18/seniors, $8/youth & students

 
"Look, guys! Knowledge!"
Begin Anew: Library card fine read-off

Young customers of The L. E. Phillips Memorial Public Library in Eau Claire will have the opportunity to clear their library card fines through reading. This program is available to youth between the ages of 5 through 18. Children under age 8 must read with an adult caregiver, and can clear fines from their own cards only. Participants must report to the Youth Services Desk to register during any of the designated times.

L.E. Phillips Memorial Library, 400 Eau Claire St, Eau Claire; Sun. 2pm–4pm

Kick out the jams.
 
Kick out the jams.
Santa's Pajama Party

Take the kids for caroling contests, a wish-list writing center, visits from cartoon characters, and time with Santa himself!

Oakwood Mall, 4800 Golf Rd, Eau Claire; Sun. 6pm–8pm; free

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Young customers of The L. E. Phillips Memorial Public Library in Eau Claire will have the opportunity to clear their library card fines through reading. This program is available to youth between the ages of 5 through 18. Children under age 8 must read with an adult caregiver, and can clear fines from their own cards only.
Participants must report to the Youth Services Desk to register during any of the designated times.400 Eau Claire St
Eau Claire
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