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Flagstaff Skating PartyThe City of Flagstaff Parks and Recreation Department hosts its annual holiday celebration – a Snowman Skate – on Saturday afternoon at the Jay Lively Activity Center (ice arena, 1650 North Turquoise Dr,), 1:00 – 4:30 p.m.  Join the fun with skating, hot chocolate, cookies, and snowman building outdoors, weather permitting (c’mon snow!).  Adults $6.75, youth $3.50, seniors 55+ $5, and skate rental is $4.00.

The Theatrikos Community Theatre production of Miracle on 34th Street continues for a final weekend.  As of this writing, tickets are still available for the Thursday evening and Saturday evening performances, 7:30 p.m.  It’s the classic movie adapted for the stage and this Flagstaff production has been getting great reviews. Tickets online or at the Theatrikos Box Office: (928) 774-1662.

Put on your hat and boots and head downtown to the Orpheum Theater on Saturday evening for a High Country Cowboy Christmas.  It’s a winter’s night of song, stories, poems and western humor, featuring the acoustic-folk duo D-Squared, with performances by Gail and Amy Steiger, Tony Norris and Tom Weathers.  Join in the fun at 7:00 p.m.  Santa will make an appearance!  Tickets: $11.

On Saturday evening at the Green Room (15 N. Agassiz St.), you’ll find Santa’s Secret Drag Show and Comedians – a fundraiser for The Shadows Foundation.  Enjoy stand-up comedy with a talented cast from Phoenix, including Bear Torres, Gene Moore, Anthony Desmito, Heidi Geldis-Young and Comedy Central Comedian Thai Rivera. Special appearance by Zoie Moore and Candy Lapinski.  Comedians at 7:30 p.m. with the drag show beginning at 9:00 p.m.  See Coco St. James, Miley S. Mitchells, and Mileena Dallas.  Suggested donation: $5.  A 21 and over show.

The Theatrikos stage doesn’t go dark for long after Miracle on 34th Street (see above), as the Theatrikos Theatre Company presents The Santaland Diaries on Sunday through Tuesday evenings, 7:30 p.m. Longtime actor/director Becky Daggett is taking on this irreverent tale of a department store elf who laments the indignities he faces at his seasonal job. Playing the part made famous by David Sedaris in his popular NPR monologue is Scott Ballou, best known as the director of shows like “The 39 Steps” and “A Few Good Men.”  Some mild adult content — might not be appropriate for younger or more sensitive patrons.  Tickets are $10 for adults, $7 for seniors and students (plus ticketing fees).  Theatrikos Box Office – (928) 774-1662.

Holiday Tours of Riordan Mansion continue.  See turn-of-the-century décor, with a towering fir tree trimmed with old-fashioned ornaments.  Guided tours include glimpses of folklore and traditions of Christmas, both past and present.  Reservations are recommended.  Regular admission rates apply.  Thursdays through Mondays, 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.  Closed Christmas Day.  (928) 779-4395.

Little America’s Holiday Lights and North Pole Experience continue.  Also, with what’s become a classic holiday tradition, the Grand Canyon Railway’s Polar Express comes to life on a railroad journey from the nighttime wilderness of nearby Williams, Arizona, to the enchanted beauty of “the North Pole.” Get complete details.

Enjoy the holiday season in Flagstaff as we roll from Chanukah to Christmas!  For more about living in Flagstaff, visit our website: BestFlagstaffHomes.com.