BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — It is time to get into the Holiday Spirit — and the “Shoppes at Logger's Run” (Palmetto Park Road, west of 441) — is inviting you to the center's Holiday Adventure.
The Shoppes at Loggers Run is proud to announce that the retail center is hosting the 3rd Annual Holiday Adventure on December 7, 2013 at the Shoppes at Loggers’ Run in Boca Raton.For the third consecutive year, the Shoppes at Loggers’ Run will welcome local residents to enjoy food, fun and friends at a free event to kick off the holiday season. In addition, the tenants at Loggers’ Run will showcase some great offerings to consumers during the holiday season.In conjunction with their partner, South Florida Parenting, the Holiday Adventure is a holiday fun event the whole family can enjoy. The Holiday Adventure is free, open to the public and will feature:- Holiday train rides for children- Meet Santa Claus- Treasure Hunt- Magic Show- Face painting with Mrs. Claus- Live demonstrations by local martial artists, music and dance performers- Games & Prizes- Much more!The event takes place Saturday, December 7 from 11 am to 2 pm at the Shoppes of Loggers’ Run located at 11379 Palmetto Park Road in Boca.
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