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Curbside Holiday is CLOSED now.

If you had not participated in this year’s Curbside Holiday, there’s always the next holiday (we’re thinking that Easter will be a good holiday for the Easter Bunny to bring purchases to families’ cars). Our reservations and opportunity to purchase items from retailers is over now.

When is it?

Saturday, December 19
Sunday, December 20

11 am – 7 pm

(Additional dates will be added as these dates fill up.)

Here’s how it’ll work:

Order directly from participating stores (links to their websites are below) and indicate that you are participating in Curbside Holiday.

Select your designated window to drive up to the area between Capital Books and Crest Theatre (button below). Note that you must purchase something from one of the retailers below in order to select a drive-up time to see Santa.

Arrive within the 1-hour time slot on the day you selected. Be mindful of the lightrail train. Pull into the designated area between the Crest Theatre and Capital Books.

Santa will bring your pre-purchased gifts to your car. Please remain inside your car at all times (we need to keep Santa safe for his Big Night). 

On your way out, tour the holiday-inspired window displays throughout Downtown! Find the map at and don’t forget to vote for your favorite by December 26.


In between 1011 & 1013 K Street
Pull your car into the area between the Crest & Capital Books OFF of the light rail tracks

Bring the Holiday Spirit!

Please arrive to this event full of the holiday spirit and have patience. We’ve done our best to create what we think will be a smooth schedule so that every car has a chance to interact with Santa and pick up their gifts. You may need to wait in a line of cars until it’s your turn to pull in. 

The light rail train will come around about every 30 minutes. Cars cannot block the train. They will honk loudly if you do! If you see a train coming up behind you, take a lap around the block (turn right on 10th Street, right on J Street, right on 12th Street, then right on K Street again).