Wacky Wonky Wonderland Event Supports the San Diego Center for Children

| December 2, 2018 | 0 Comments

Santa and Wacky Willy will be on hand to greet guests and take photos.

This holiday season there will be an especially fun event from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sunday, December 9. The Wacky Wonky Wonderland event is a holiday festival and donation drive, which will take place at the San Diego Center for Children’s main campus in Linda Vista, 3002 Armstrong Street, to collect much needed gifts and donations to support children in need this holiday season.

Bring your friends, family and co-workers for a fun-filled event all in the spirit to create holiday cheer for the over 1,000 children and families served every day by the Center. Tati from JAM’N 95.7 will be this year’s emcee with special appearances from Santa Claus and Wacky Willy.

Kids, families and adults will have a blast enjoying photos with Santa and Wacky Willy, jumpers and carnival games, holiday crafts and festive music, trackless train rides, and a holiday costume contest. Vespa Motorsport will also be a part of the festivities by leading its 11th Annual Scooter Toy Run featuring more than 200 holiday decorated scooters parading down the street and through the Center’s front gates.

Admission to this family-friendly event is a new, unwrapped toy or $25 gift card from the Center’s holiday wish list, or a monetary donation to the Center. All proceeds from the day will benefit the San Diego Center for Children, our region’s oldest children’s nonprofit, who helps children and families struggling with mental, emotional and behavioral disorders. The Center provides therapeutic, educational, foster care and transition age services to over 1,000 people every day across 8 program sites in the county.

Visit www.centerforchildren.org/wonderland to RSVP, volunteer, and view the Center’s wish list and donation station opportunities. Corporate sponsorship opportunities are also available.

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