The Borst Park Drive -Thru Christmas Lights Display powers up in Centralia December 1st and lights up nightly from 5PM - 9PM through Christmas night. Itís $5 dollars per car, and $10 dollars per small bus. Canned food donations are also being accepted for local food banks.
Are you looking for a Christmas tree? How about making great family memories while cutting down your own Christmas tree in the beautiful Gifford Pinchot National Forest in East Lewis County? Christmas tree permits are now available through the U.S. Forest Service. You can obtain your permit by visiting Recreation.gov.
The Pacific Northwest Chamber Orchestra presents 'Children's Tunes for the Holidays'- featuring music from movies like "Home Alone" and "How To Train Your Dragon", along with many familiar holiday favorites. Enjoy this concert for FREE on Monday, December 4th at 7PM in the beautiful Corbet Theatre at Centralia College.
The 2023 Lighted Tractor Parade is coming to Downtown Centralia on December 9th! This family-friendly, community favorite event is a highlight of the holiday season! Enjoy the magic of the holidays in historic downtown Centralia as almost 100 lighted floats cruise by. The Lighted Tractor Parade lights up the streets each year the second Saturday in December.
If you donate blood, you could save a life! The Red Cross is in desperate need of blood donations. If you'd like more information on when and where you can donate blood next, visit RedCrossBlood.org.
The Greater Chehalis Food Bank is still in need of volunteers to help with food distribution prep, greeters for registration, and their Friday food distribution. They are also looking for a board member to attend monthly meetings and bring fresh ideas to the table! If youíre interested in volunteering, call 360-748-67-08.