3 to See: A Cabin Getaway, a Cookie Kit, and a Light Display

A Cabin Getaway at Mount Rainier

Although vacation options are limited amid COVID-19 concerns, families looking to take a breather still have some safe options. Several secluded cabins, some of which come with hot tubs and heated pools, are available to book in the Mount Rainier region (mostly in the Ashford, Elbe, and Eatonville areas) throughout the winter season. Get a change of scenery while also adhering to pandemic guidelines. Click here for more information. 

Lacey Cookie Kits

Still in the mood to decorate holiday cookies? Lacey city officials are handing out $20 “cookie kits” at City Hall on Jan. 15. Each kit comes with four sugar cookies, toppings and frosting, and instructions from local business May’s Sugar Stop. Once you’ve registered, look out for a tutorial email to give you some decorating ideas. Register here before Jan. 8. 

Tacoma Light Trail Begins

Local artists, businesses, art supporters, and downtown venues have collaborated to put together the first-ever Tacoma Light Trail, a brilliant display of both light and sound spreading hope and unity throughout the city. From Dec. 30 through Jan. 24 between 5 to 9 p.m. daily, spectators are invited to see awe-inspiring light art creations via a walking or driving trail at over 30 downtown Tacoma locations. Click here for more information. 

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