Look back at this year's highlights of the holiday season in Frankfort.
Tuesday, December 25, 2012
Thursday, December 6, 2012
Our Patch Elf on the Shelf has gotten ahold of our computer and now wants to know what his buddy elves are up to. Share your photos here!
Hi friends! I'm the Patch Elf on the Shelf. Call me Patchy. I've heard about more of my friends hanging around the area lately, and I wondered what they were up to. Could their families post pictures here on Patch to show me? I'd love to catch up with them. We all go back to Santa on Christmas Eve, but in the meantime, we'll be watching you! Cheers, Patchy the Elf
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Celebrate the season this weekend in Frankfort with the Frankfort Tree Lighting Ceremony, Candlelight House Walk, Christkindl and more.
There may not be snow on the ground, but the holidays are here, nonetheless. Frankfort is home to a host of holiday events in the coming week. Check out these upcoming opportunities for seasonal fun: Frankfort Tree Lighting Ceremony Candlelight House Walk Frankfort Township Lunch With Santa Experience Bethlehem Christkindl and Cookie Walk Weekend Did we miss an event? Add other holiday celebrations happening this weekend in the comments! Get news alerts and Facebook updates from these Lincoln-Way Patch sites:
Monday, November 5, 2012
The Mokena boutique rang in the holiday season with style at Sunday's event.
Pink Slip Boutique hosted “The Nutcracker (Not So) Suite,” its seventh major fashion show, on Sunday at Mokena Intermediate School. The show promoted Pink Slip’s holiday and prom collections by telling the classic Christmas story of the Nutcracker with a punk rock twist and showcasing styles from casual separates to prom dresses. Dancers from Stage Door Dance Academy in Oak Forest performed and 70 volunteer models walked. Local singer Alyssa Barron served as the narrator, while a remix of the original Nutracker Suite backed the models as they flaunted the featured fashions. Get news alerts and Facebook updates from these Lincoln-Way Patch sites:
Friday, December 9, 2011
In the spirit of the season, the Tinley Park arcade is featuring a nightly musical light show.
Odyssey Fun World is shedding light on Christmas this year. Sorry, make that 100,000 lights. Starting last Friday, the Tinley Park arcade has been featuring a light show every evening at 6 p.m. on the the side of its building. The show will continue nightly —even if the fun world is closed—through the first week of January. READ: ‘Deck Your House’ and Win Money “We hope it will be the first Christmas lights display for many years to come,” said Clint Paraday, general manager of the business, which is located at Oak Park and Harlem avenues. The lights twinkle and dance to music as part of the show. It was designed by Nic Miele, who has been putting on light shows at his Batavia home for the past three years. The business will remain open as…