Thursday, December 2, 2010
Santa is Coming - Saturday, December 18th - 9am
Update on 12/17 - The forecast is looking grim for Santa and his carriage ride this year.. If there is rain tomorrow, Santa and his Elf have arranged to be at Rolling Hills from 10.30am-12pm awaiting children..You do not need to be a SMIA member to see Santa! (If it is not raining, Santa will ride through the neighborhood as usual starting at 9am - see note below). Ho Ho Ho
Ho Ho Ho… Guess who is coming to San Marin once again on his famous horse & carriage…. Santa!! Oh, and don’t forget his loyal elf who hands out candy canes and helps children on and off the carriage.
Santa & elf will be trotting by carriage through our neighborhood on Saturday, December 18th from 9am-12:30pm. Children who wave to Santa from the sidewalk will be able to sit on his lap and express their wishes and maybe even get a candy cane!
If you are unable to find Santa in the neighborhood, then head on over to the Rolling Hills Club at 11:30 where Santa will end his journey. The Club will provide cookies and cocoa for all the patient children.
In addition, the fabulous San Marin Choir will keep everyone entertained with their wonderful caroling. Santa must head back to the North Pole at 12.30pm. Don’t miss out on the holiday spirit!
Santa will begin his journey from Novato Blvd. down San Miguel Way, turn onto Feliz Dr., then left on San Luis. He will then take a left on San Carlos and head west to Clemente Ct., where he will make his rounds. He will then head back onto San Carlos, and eventually turn right on San Ramon Dr. He will then head towards Rolling Hills Club.
See you on the 18th! (Heavy rain cancels.)
THANKS to OUR SPONSORS!!!
We want to thank our generous San Marin residents who graciously donated to Santa's Carriage ride! Please support your sponsors for this event!
Rolling Hills Club; AAA Insurance, Judy Avila, John Cover, Rafael Ruano, Patti Vandisb; Frank Howard Allen Realtors - Sylvia Barry, John Hammer; Roto Rooter Plumbing; State Farm Agents - Dennis Hagerty, Tim Long, Geoff Shepherd and Rick Wernick