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2019 Presidio Tree Lighting & Lantern-Lit Forest Walk | SF

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Friday, December 6, 2019 - 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm | Cost: FREE
Main Post Lawn | 103 Montgomery Street, Main Post, Presidio, San Francisco, CA


The Presidio’s iconic traditional tree-lighting ceremony is expanding for 2019.

In addition to the tree lighting, the event will take place outside and include lantern walks, holiday music and song from the SF Girls Chorus, hot chocolate from Johnny Doughnuts, grilled cheese from The Grilledcheezeguy, drinks from the Presidio’s own Fort Point Brewery, and free popcorn from Little Brothers Kettle Corn.

2019 Holiday Lights Tree Lighting
Friday, December 6, 2019 | 5 to 7 pm
Latern Forest Walks from 6-7pm – RSVP required – Bring a flashlight
Presidio Main Post, San Francisco
FREE, but reservations are appreciated 

Guided Lantern Forest Walk
6:00 pm
6:30 pm

Self-Guided Lantern Forest Walk
6:15 pm
6:45 pm

Join in on the Main Post across from the Presidio Community Y (corner of Lincoln and Funston). The event starts at 5 pm; the tree lighting starts at 6 pm sharp. After the tree lighting, experience the magic and mystery of the Presidio’s forest at night with a lantern walk. Kids can make their own lantern at the free lantern making station. Enter the lantern walk at the “portal” at Funston Street and be sure to bring a flashlight. The event ends at 7 pm.

Looking to do some early holiday shopping? Stop by the Presidio Visitor Center before holiday lighting for 25% off retail items.


Free / RSVP


Cost: FREE
Categories: **Annual Event**, *Top Pick*, Fairs & Festivals, Holiday Shopping, Kids & Families, Live Music, San Francisco, Shopping & Fashion, Tree Lightings & Holiday Festivities
Address: 103 Montgomery Street, Main Post, Presidio, San Francisco, CA

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