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Celebrate the season with the City of Mobile this weekend

(image: City of Mobile) Celebrate the season with the city of Mobile this weekend

Come celebrate the season with the City of Mobile this weekend complete with a holiday market, tubas and a snow maze. Head to the City of Mobile events calendar to make sure you don’t miss a minute of the holiday festivities.

Mayor Stimpson said: “Mobile was born to celebrate the holidays and this weekend will not disappoint. The holiday season is an important time to come together as a community. I encourage all of our citizens to take part in the festivities this weekend, and even take it one step further, and reach out to anyone you know who is feeling lost or alone. There truly is something for everyone this year. Be on the lookout for more to come!”


HOLIDAY MARKET & CHRISTMAS KIDS DAY

What: Shop for last minute Christmas gifts at the holiday market in Cathedral Square. Mirrored after the Christmas market in Hamburg, Germany, the market will feature presents, locally grown produce and baked goods. After you've shopped til you've dropped, hop on one of our trains and head to Bienville Square for kids activities. Check out Uncle Joe’s Rolling Zoo, Kids Karaoke, Story Time with the Mobile Public Library, an obstacle course, an inflatable slide, letters to Santa, balloon artists, face painting, pictures with Mixen the reindeer, Selfies with Santa and arts and crafts.

When: December 16, 10am-2pm

Where: Bienville & Cathedral Squares


SNOMAZING

What: Race through Mobile’s first snow maze! Snomazing is an inflatable maze where adults and children alike can compete for the fastest time. When entering the maze, each guest will receive a passport with their start time. Maze runners must locate checkpoints, punch their passport at each checkpoint and exit the maze as quickly as possible.

When: December 16, 12 pm- 4pm

December 17, 10 am- 4pm

Where: Cathedral Square


TUBA CHRISTMAS

What: Mobile is one of 200 cities around the world who participate in this unusual Christmas tradition. Originally established by tuba virtuoso Harvey Phillips, he began Tuba Christmas to honor his teacher, the late William J. Bell, who was born on Christmas Day in 1902.

When: December 17, 2:30 pm

Where: Cathedral Square

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