San Francisco: Mayor London Breed Announces Holiday Fair at City Hall
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San Francisco, CA — This Sunday, December 15th, Mayor London N. Breed will host a Holiday Fair at City Hall. The Holiday Fair will take place from 10:00am until 2:00pm. The event is free and open to the public.

Mayor London N. Breed's Holiday Fair

: Sunday, December 15, 2019

         10:00am until 2:00pm

Where: San Francisco City Hall

         1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place

"We're excited to open up City Hall this weekend and provide a fun, welcoming place for people to celebrate the holiday season," said Mayor Breed. "We'll have lots of activities and performances for people of all ages to enjoy—both in City Hall and across the street at the Winter Park. The Holiday Fair is open to all, so bring your family, friends, and neighbors!"

Part of City Hall will be transformed into Santa's Workshop, where children will have the opportunity to take pictures with Santa Claus. There will also be a letter-writing station, where kids can mail their letters to the North Pole. There will be numerous activities and performances taking place inside City Hall, including balloon artists and face painting. Carolers and Tap Dancing Trees will perform in the Rotunda.

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"I'm looking forward to San Francisco families coming to City Hall for a wonderful holiday experience for kids of all ages, from face painting to train rides and Santa's workshop," said City Administrator Naomi M. Kelly. "City Hall is the people's palace and with Mayor Breed's leadership we will open it up for families in every neighborhood to take part in this holiday celebration."

In addition to the Holiday Fair at City Hall, there will be a variety of holiday activities throughout the day around Civic Center, including a 16-passenger train, which will operate on the Grove Street side of Civic Center Plaza. Ice skating, curling lessons, games, and other activities will be available at the Winter Park in Civic Center, and there will be a holiday train exhibit at the Main Library.stats

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