Friday, December 5, 2008

Check Out Plan For Hillyar'd Future At Annual Holiday Festival

If you don't have plans for the weekend, the 2008 Hillyard Holiday Festival will give you a chance to check out the community before it undergoes a big makeover in 2009, and see what it will look like in the future.

Included in the festivities at the Hillyard North Pole (5101 N Market St, Old U.S. Bank Building) are $5 printed-while-you-wait pictures with Santa Claus, many craft and gift vendors, a holiday decoration contest for local buisnesses, holiday treats and a chance to get to know your neighbors.

Doors open at 11am and go until 6pm. Proceeds from the event benefit the local neighborhood non-profit organizations.

At 1pm on Saturday Dec. 6th, on the lower level of the Hillyard North Pole, WSU's Interdisciplinary Design Studio will be showcasing their work from this term, designs for the future of Hillyard.

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