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DECEMBER 20 Cinnamon Bear Holiday Sing-Along continues at Oaks Park: Nonprofit Oaks Amusement Park, in partnership with the Portland Spirit and Webracqadabraq Events, presents a family drive-thru Holiday experience this week through today, and again December 26-27, and on New Year's Eve – December 31 – featuring live music by the Cocklebur Cowboys Band, along with a fanciful story of Cinnamon Bear, Chipper the Squirrel, and the Big Red Elf himself! The charge is $49 per car, and tickets MUST be bought ONLINE IN ADVANCE, at www.oakspark.com/cinnamonbear – and the new showtimes at 4:30-5:30 p.m., and also 6-7:30 p.m. Watch the show with your family from the comfort of your own car, but dress warmly. The music portion will be broadcast over your vehicle's FM radio. Holiday treats, beverages, and merchandise will be available for purchase during your visit.

DECEMBER 24

Christmas Eve Celebration at Moreland Presbyterian: In this case, the celebration is at 4:30 p.m. in the church's parking lot, physically-distanced, and open to all – with bells and carols. The parking lot is on S.E. 19th, just south of Bybee Boulevard. More, online – www.morelandpres.org

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