Renaissance fair and Christmas tree lighting ceremonies this week highlight 5 things to do this weekend – WKRG News 5

Jubilee Renaissance Festival – Robertsdale

Take a trip back in time, touch the past and go to the Middle Ages at the Jubilee Renaissance Faire in Robertsdale on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Feel the impact of the world’s toughest sport, in the Knights of Valor Full Contact Game! Feast on a delicious barbecue in our Royal Eats, enjoy Renaissance music and dance as artisans and vendors sell their medieval wares!

Pancakes with Santa Claus and Holiday Market – Pensacola

Cordova Rotary presents “Pancakes with Santa and the Holiday Market” scheduled for Saturday 8 am to noon to benefit the Gulf Coast Kid’s House in Pensacola! Photography will be provided for professional family photos perfect for greeting cards and photos with Santa Claus will be provided from 8:00 am to 10:30 am. Pancakes are $ 5, kids three and under are free. So come to the Gulf Coast Kids House for a great family event!

Tree lighting ceremony – Semmes

The Town of Semmes has its Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony and Christmas Market this Saturday! The Market will take place all day from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. The tree lighting ceremony will start around 5 p.m. (with lighting when it’s dark enough) and everything will take place at Semmes Honor Park with food trucks, Santa Claus, entertainment and lots of family fun with a big surprise!

Tree lighting – Mobile

Gather your family and join us for this annual event to kick off the holiday season for tree lighting in Mardi Gras Park in downtown Mobile at 6pm! There will be a DJ, live music performances, activities, holiday vendors, food trucks and Santa Claus !!! The lighting starts at 6.30 am sharp!

5th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony – OWA

It’s starting to look a lot like Christmas at OWA. Kick off the season at our 5th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony on Saturday from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.! Enjoy a snow-capped tree-lighting ceremony with Christmas music on the streets of downtown. This remarkable vacation experience is filled with live entertainment ceremonies followed by epic lighting of the giant 36-foot-tall OWA Christmas tree, snowfall and fireworks.


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