PERMIAN BASIN, TX (KWES) - Looking for something to do this weekend? NewsWest 9 has all the fun and exciting stuff for you AND your family to experience November 30 through December 2.

Permian Basin Weekend 11/30-12/2: Events for the whole family
(Source: KWES)
  • Junie B. in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells

The Permian Playhouse is opening its winter show “Junie B. in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells” on November 30th. The show is a delightful holiday performance perfect for the whole family.

  • North Pole Village

The West Texas North Pole Village is returning to Ector County during the month of December. The village will open on Nov. 30 and go on until Dec. 23.

  • Midland Tree Lighting

The City of Midland has scheduled their annual Christmas Tree lighting. The event will be held at the Wadley Baron Duck Pond, on December 1, 2017 at 5:45 p.m.

  • Parade of Lights

Downtown Odessa is holding its Parade of Lights event on December 1. The event, which starts at 6:30 p.m., will feature multiple beautiful floats.

  • Holly Jolly Market Place

Kick off the holiday season by shopping at the Holly Jolly Market Place on December 1. There will be numerous vendors, giveaways and more.

  • Santa Fun Run

The UTPB Students in Philanthropy will be hosting the 2018 Santa Fun Run on December 1. Runners are encouraged to dress as their favorite holiday character, such as elves, reindeer or even Santa Claus himself.

  • Christmas Jam

The Midland YMCA will be holding a Christmas Jam event on December 1 to kick off their Fitmas event. The event will feature multiple workout opportunities including barre, zumba and yoga.

  • Adventures in Art

The Ellen Noel Art Museum will be holding the next in its Adventures in Art classes. For the December 2 class, students will be able to have fun with clay.