Sunriver Resort's annual Traditions holiday event is only 15 days away. This month-long celebration of the holidays starts in earnest with the Grand Illumination on Friday, Nov. 27, and culminates with the Polar Bear Plunge on New Year’s Day. In between, Resort guests and the general public will find more than 150 family-friendly activities and events created in the spirit of holiday tradition.
Below are some of the highlights of Traditions. A complete program can be found here.
On Nov. 27, Central Oregon’s largest holiday light display comes to life during Grand Illumination, which also features free sleigh rides for guests, live music, a magician, holiday characters, a special appearance by Santa and Mrs. Claus, and more.
With more than 100 extravagantly decorated gingerbread homes lining Cinnamon Lane, Gingerbread Junction is the largest collection of gingerbread houses in the Northwest. On display in the Sunriver Lodge.
Traditional sleigh rides through the snowy meadows of Sunriver Resort and along the banks of the Deschutes River.
Breakfast with Santa
Held every Saturday and Sunday during Traditions.
Teddy Bear Tea
Every Saturday, parents and children can come for a real tea party with their favorite teddy bear in tow. Finger sandwiches, desserts, fine teas and holiday cheer in the Hearth Room at Sunriver Lodge.
Santa’s little helpers are available to visit your room or rental house to tuck your kids in for the night.
Family Christmas Concert
Live music with a special sing-along concert of Christmas and holiday tunes.
Throughout the duration of Traditions, guests can take advantage of the Resort’s special Sugarplum Package, with rates from $139 per night. The Sugarplum Package is valid Nov. 26, 2009, through Jan. 3, 2010, and includes a $50 resort credit for each night’s stay (minimum three night stay may be required on weekends and holidays). Some blackout dates and additional restrictions apply. Book Online or call 1-800-801-8765 for reservations.
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