The city of Kirkland, community members and the Seahawks’ Blitz gathered at the Cross Kirkland Corridor (CKC) on Dec. 13 for the fifth annual Musical Holiday Lights on the CKC.
For the fifth year, Mayor Penny Sweet flipped the switch to turn on the show that featured 25,000 LEDs programmed to holiday music by Google Kirkland engineers. Retired KOMO meteorologist Steve Pool was the master of ceremonies.
The night also included lights, alpacas, hot cocoa and cookies and a photo booth. Toys were collected for LifeWire and non-perishable was collected for Hopelink.
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