Downtown businesses will host kid-friendly activities Saturday for the Downtown Business Association’s Kid’s Day.
Stores are putting together gift options friendly to young people’s budgets and Santa will be available in his Senate Building workshop for professional photos from 12-5 p.m. on the second floor. Photos are $5 for families and will be filed digitally.
Juneau Tours and Whale Watch will take families for a festive ride on Santa’s trolley at 1 p.m., 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. from the Sealaska parking lot.
A full list of activities, by shop:
Juneau’s Imagination Station will have an ornament making station set up and free gift wrapping.
The JACC will have free gift wrapping.
Heritage Coffee will sell all kids 8oz hot chocolates 50 percent off at all downtown locations.
Shoefly will have two “make a fashion gift” stations, for $5-10 (depending on materials). kids can make a gift and they’ll have a free gift card making station.
Annie Kaill’s Gallery will have a small gift table (with affordable gifts and ornaments).
Rainy Retreat Books will have selected kids used books 50 percent off. Most prices will be from $0.50 to $2.
Juneau Drug will have a coloring table and a coloring contest. They’ll also have cookies and hot chocolate.
Sealaska Heritage Institute Gallery is honoring kids with 15 percent off storewide.
Downtown Dames will have a station where kids can make their own holiday cards.
Trove will hold kids-only raffle drawings and a candy buffet. Kids will receive a 20 percent discount. Special guest artists will be the girls from M.R.S. Jewelry
Bustin’ Out Boutique has a new kid’s budget area.