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Free Holiday Snow Park 2012: Saturday | Civic Center
It’s winter, so it must be time for snow in San Francisco, right?
Kids can sled down a big snow hill as Mayor Ed Lee hosts the 3rd Annual Free Holiday Snow Park in front of city hall with tons of snow on Saturday & Sunday, December 15 & 16, 2012.
From our understanding the snow runs are only open for children, but it still sounds awfully beautiful to see City Hall surrounded in snow.
>> Is this Event Taking Place for 2012?: Although we have not yet seen the 2012 details “officially” released, we spoke to a contact at City Hall on Wednesday who confirmed the snow days for December 15 & 16. But we’re a bit surprised that the info is still not publicly announced.
Also we do not know if rain will cancel or postpone this event - so we recommend you contact the Mayor’s office if you have questions before attending. http://www.sfmayor.org/index.aspx?page=648
San Francisco Snow Day 2012
Saturday & Sunday, December 15 & 16, 2012 (10a-6p)
Civic Center Plaza in front of San Francisco City Hall
Free, but canned food donations are requested
On Saturday & Sunday in San Francisco Civic Center Plaza, kids can enjoy sliding down a snow hill and free activities and entertainment for the entire family.
This weekend, San Francisco Mayor Edwin M. Lee hosts the third annual Holiday Snow Park in front of City Hall. From 10am – 6pm, Saturday and Sunday, December 15 & 16, 2012, San Francisco Civic Center’s Joseph L. Alioto Performing Arts Piazza will host a children’s snow park and other free family activities, including bouncy houses. As part of the annual “Season of Giving” attendees are encouraged to bring contributions of non-perishable food items for the San Francisco Food Bank.
Photo Credit / Paul Chinn, The Chronicle / SF
*Free, but canned food donations requested
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