Holiday Open House at The Shops at Swedish

November 30, 2011 Swedish Blogger

You’ll Have a Jolly Good Time

 

Need an excuse to stop by the new Swedish/Issaquah hospital? More fun than you’ve ever had in a hospital is coming up on Thursday, Dec. 8. Stop by anytime between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m. for a holiday open house at The Shops at Swedish/Issaquah. It’s just one way we hope to spread some holiday cheer to the community this winter.

Bring the whole family for some fun. The event will feature:

  • A giant 7-foot gingerbread house that kids can help decorate
  • Free cookie decorating in Caf� 1910
  • 20%-off merchandise at The Shops at Swedish: Lily and Pearl, Comfort & Joy, Be Well and Perfect Fit boutiques – some exclusions apply
  • Free Starbucks Christmas Blend brewed coffee
  • Free apple cider and hot cocoa in Caf� 1910
  • Storytelling for the kids from 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. with Jen Nielsen (www.barefootenrichment.com)

  • Coloring contest for kids – the first 250 submissions will receive a free 12-inch Swedish Build-a-Bear teddy bear

Kids will have a blast decorating the giant gingerbread house with our Caf� chefs! Also, come find that perfect package for a family member, friend or loved one. And, browse our festive holiday decorations and home accessories.

 

In addition, Caf� 1910 will remain open for dinner until 8 p.m.

Adventure Kids Playcare will be open for childcare while you shop – for reservations, please call 425-313-7093 (subject to availability).

Happy Holidays from Swedish/Issaquah! We Ho-Ho-Hope to see you on Dec. 8!

Where:
Swedish/Issaquah, first floor
751 N.E. Blakely Dr.
Issaquah, WA 98029

When:
Thursday, Dec. 8
Anytime between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m.

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