Get in The Spirit with These Holiday Events in South Florida
The holiday season is in full force and there are ton of events over the next few weeks for those looking to share the holiday spirit with locals. From kid friendly to adults only, Broward and Miami Dade counties have a variety of holiday activities, including some Jeep events for our Jeepers out there.
Light Up Your Jeep with Black Sheep 4X4 — Dec. 10!
Decorate your Jeep in holiday lights and light the night with your Jeep with our friends at Black Sheep 4×4. Everyone and all Jeeps are welcome and the event takes place at Sparez Bowling Alley in Davie on Saturday, December 10 from 7-11 p.m.
Holiday Fantasy of Lights
The holiday spirit is lit at Tradewinds Park in Broward County. The Holiday Fantasy of Lights is a drive-thru light show that has been put on for 22 years. There are over three miles of light displays and shows and it is open every night until January 9, so there is plenty of time to check it out. Strap your kids in, put on some holiday themed music and enjoy the long, beautiful, and festive light show.
Santa’s Enchanted Forest
Kids love Santa and he has taken a break from the North Pole to warm up at Santa’s Enchanted Forest in Miami! This is another one of South Florida’s annual classic holiday events. Santa’s Enchanted Forest is a magical place especially for those kids with vivid and wild imaginations. From rides, to shows and attractions, and of course Santa, there is definitely fun for everyone in the family.
Ugly Christmas Sweater Swag
Who doesn’t love an ugly sweater event? Ugly holiday sweaters are a must, as is the crazy parties that come along with them. This year, you can throw on your ugly sweater and head down to Ft. Lauderdale for the Ugly Sweater Pub Crawl. It begins at America’s Backyard and ends at Off the Hookah. The event is a fundraiser for the Broward County Humane Society, so get in the holiday spirit of giving and save some pups! The pub crawl is on Saturday, December 21 from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m.
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