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Snow Place Like Mockingbird Station Holiday Sights

Finally – a safe and socially distant way for shoppers to get into the holiday spirit!
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Snow Place Like Mockingbird Station Holiday Sights

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Mockingbird Station is making spirits bright with a Snow Place Like Mockingbird Station holiday activation from December 7th through January 5th to bring the surrounding Dallas community together with a safe and socially distant holiday one-stop shopping experience.

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Find gifts for everyone on your list and enjoy holiday window displays with festive holiday themes and decorations, creating a safe and socially distant way for shoppers to get into the holiday spirit. Located under the canopies across from West Elm, the Instagrammable activation also includes a six-foot-tall light up snowflake and The Station’s signature big red holiday chair, a festive photo opportunity for patrons, family, and friends passing by. Holiday window displays designed by EZ Party Time and You’ve Been Clarified.

The Station will host a Toy Drive for Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center’s annual Holiday of Hope campaign, which will help provide toys to more than 2,000 families this holiday season. Patrons can drop off toys at one of Mockingbird Station’s many retailers and restaurants.

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Help Mockingbird Station spread holiday cheer and give back to the community by dropping off donations for the Holiday of Hope campaign by December 17th, but enjoy the rest of the holiday activations until January 5th.

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