BALTIMORE - There are lots of lights and plenty to do if you want to get into the holiday spirit.
"It's a Waterfront Life" kicked off last night, there will be plenty to do this weekend and throughout the holiday season.
This is all part of "It's a Waterfront Life" and lots of festivities and events planned at the harbor for the entire family.
Starting Friday The Polar Express 4-D movies opens at the National Aquarium.
It's a 20 minute show where you can feel the snow fall, smell the hot cocoa and watch images leap off the screen.
Saturday from 3 to 5:30 pm, things will come to life at West Shore Park.
There will be wire walking, acrobatics and juggling.
Then a holiday parade will kick off at 6:15 along the Inner Harbor's promenade and Santa will arrive at Harborplace at 6:30.
The night will end with the power plant holiday light show at 7.
Beginning next Monday, you can get your picture taken with Santa at Harborplace and various shops and restaurants in harbor east have put up holiday themed window displays.
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