City Hall Santa Action: Visits December 7th, North Pole Mailbox December 2-10

South San Francisco, CA  November 5, 2019 Submitted by Santa’s Helper aka Sheri Boles, City of SSF

MARK THESE DATES DOWN NOW!

Santa Comes to Town is Saturday, December 7, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., at City Hall 

Santa’s North Pole Mailbox at City Hall from December 2 – December 10

 

South City families! Please mark your calendars as Santa Claus is Coming to Town on Saturday, December 7th! Rain or shine, Santa and Mrs. Claus, along with their elves, are stopping by City Hall, 400 Grand Ave. (between Maple and Walnut Avenues) to meet the boys and girls of South San Francisco from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Co-sponsored by the City of South San Francisco, Kiwanis Club of South San Francisco, and the South San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Torani, this free event is open to the public.

 

Features a meeting and free photo with Santa (one photo per household, please), peppermint hot cocoa courtesy of Torani, sweet treats, and holiday entertainment!  This year’s entertainment is provided by the Jonah Cabral Quartet. (Yes, many of you will recognize Jonah, an alum of SSSFUSD, who currently works at Alta Loma Middle School and El Camino High School as their Saxophone Coach!)

 

Like the United States Postal Service, Santa will be arriving at City Hall on December 7th come rain or shine, so make sure you check weather conditions and dress accordingly (bring a coat or jacket – just in case). Speaking of the USPS, Santa’s North Pole Mailbox will be in front of City Hall for children to drop off their letters to Santa by Tuesday, December 10, 5 p.m. Don’t forget to include the (1) child’s name and (2) address, so Santa can write back!

 

For more information, please contact Santa’s Helper (Sheri Boles, City Manager’s Office), at sheri.boles@ssf.net / 650.829.6680.

 

 

 

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