Capitol Hill’s holiday trees come in many shapes and sizes — from efficiency dwelling unit shrubs to Millionaire’s Row 14-footers. Here are a few options for picking up your own Christmas tree or holiday greenery around the Hill.
We’ve also including a few Capitol Hill-adays highlights to help put you in the giving spirit.
Looking for ways to help during the holidays? Here is our roster of 2016 donation drives, feed the hungry, and volunteer opportunities around Capitol Hill.
Capitol Hill Holiday Highlights
- You can also buy your tree or holiday greenery at City People’s as they celebrate an extension on life in Madison Valley. The Arboretum’s annual holiday gifts and greens sale, meanwhile, is Saturday.
- Thursday, December 1st brings carols and a Christmas tree lighting to Seattle University’s 12th Ave campus.
- Black Santa arrives for pictures and candy canes at the Northwest African American Museum December 3rd and 4th.
- E Pike’s First Covenant Church hosts Julfest Sunday, December 4th.
- December 8th, Holidays in the Park returns to Volunteer Park with 600 candlelit luminarias, choral performances, and free cookies and cocoa.
- December 8th also brings a holiday art walk edition of the Pike People Street with street closures, outdoor displays, and entertainment.
- Organizing a Capitol Hill donation drive? Let us know so we can add it to our 2016 holiday giving list.
- December 18th, join Capitol Hill’s Jewish Family Services for Chanukah Basket Making and Delivery.
- Crafty shopping: Every Sunday, the Capitol Hill Farmers Market takes over the Seattle Central plaza along Broadway, the new Chophouse Row Night Market happens every Wednesday, The Cathedral Shop at Saint Mark’s is hosting a Christmas Boutique through the holidays.
- Check out Shop the Hill for local sales, deals, pop-ups, and holiday events on and around Capitol Hill — capitolhillseattle.com/shopthehill