Holiday Events in Richmond Beach on Saturday

Saturday, December 7, 2019

There will be trees inside and out at the
fire district training station 


By Teresa Pape
RBCA Executive Director


The Holiday season is upon us and the community spirit is flowing through the streets of Richmond Beach. The Richmond Beach Community Association (RBCA) has a variety of free, family friendly events to get you into the holiday spirit.

The season kicks off with a CHILDREN’S HOLIDAY CRAFT PARTY. Join us for this free family event for all ages at its new earlier time. 

On Saturday, December 7th from 10:00am to noon the RBCA and Richmond Beach Library are hosting a craft party for children to create holiday decorations. Come take your picture with “Elfie” the elf who likes selfies. One special craft activity is making cards for Richmond Beach Rehab residents that will be handed out during the caroling event later in the day. The Holiday Craft Party will be in the meeting room of the Richmond Beach Library, 19601 21st Avenue NW.

Also on Saturday, December 7 at 4:45pm, RBCA will light up the night when Santa counts us down to the lighting of the community tree at the annual TREE LIGHTING CEREMONY at the Fire Safety Center located at the intersection of Richmond Beach Road and 20th Avenue NW (next to Streetzeria). Parking is limited to neighborhood streets, so please walk or carpool if possible. Enjoy refreshments and seasonal music while waiting for Santa to arrive on his fire engine.

After the Tree Lighting festivities, join your neighbors at the Richmond Beach Rehab, 19235 15th Avenue NW, at 5:30pm to spread holiday cheer to the residents with the gift of song as we join our neighbors for some COMMUNITY CAROLING

Every year we hear how much the residents enjoy the event – your visit has a much larger impact than the hour of your time the activity involves. Please join us, even if you can’t carry a tune! Song books will be provided, and residents will receive holiday cards our community created for them.


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