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ABA Recognition in Snohomish County

Two Snohomish County, Washington, attractions—Historic Flight's Vintage Aircraft Weekend and Warm Beach Lights of Christmas—were recently honored among the ABA Top 100 Events in North America.

Just minutes north of Seattle, Snohomish County has become popular as a hub-and-spoke destination, with award winning attractions and events.

Looking for holiday events? More than 1,200,000 Christmas lights decorate Warm Beach Lights of Christmas's 300-acre facility, offering dinner theater, dessert matinees, and a magical holiday experience with carolers, crafts, Victorian Tea room, nativity scene, and more. Dinner theater performances run Thursdays through Sundays, throughout December.

Make your plans now to attend Vintage Aircraft Weekend, held each Labor Day weekend. The historic aircraft festival features a first-class speakers bureau, live music, flying displays, vintage automobiles and military vehicles, fine food, vintage bicycles, vintage clothing and uniforms, and a host of opportunities for visitors to interact with displays, pilots, and vendors.

For these and other itinerary ideas, contact Amy Spain at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Photo courtesy of John Clark.

 


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