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Posted on: November 26, 2018

[ARCHIVED] Santa in the Neighborhood

Santa in the Neighborhood

The Central Marin Firefighters Association, with the assistance of a generous grant from the Corte Madera Chamber of Commerce, will be welcoming Santa Claus to town on Sunday, December 2, 2018. Santa will be riding the fire engine through town and passing out candy canes to all the girls and boys.

Santa will begin on the east side of town at 3:00 p.m. The route will start with a visit to Harbor Drive and Yolo Street, then left onto Paradise Drive, left on Seawolf Passage, left on Golden Hind Passage, right on Pacific Queen Passage, left on Spindrift Passage, left on Diamond Head Passage, right on Golden Hind Passage, left on Paradise, right on Westward, right on Balclutha, left on Privateer, right on Prince Royal, right on Windward, left on Enterprise, left on Prince Royal, right on Endeavor, right on Granada, right on Estrada, left on El Camino, left on Paradise, left on Madera del Presidio, right on Meadow Creek, right on Parkview, left on Koch, left on Wildflower, right on Madera del Presidio (u-turn at end), right on Meadow Ridge (u-turn at end), right on Madera del Presidio.

Santa will make his way to the west side of town at approximately 5:00 p.m. The route will begin at the fire station on the corner of Tamalpais and Pixley, then left on Redwood, left on Willow, left on Oakdale, left on Chapman, right on Manzanita, left on Sausalito, right on Tamalpais, right on Meadowsweet, left on Conow, left on Casa Buena, right on Madera, into the Corte Madera Town Center (one loop around), right on Madera, left on Council Crest, left on Tamal Vista, left on Sandpiper, right on Tamal Vista, right on Monona, left on Seminole, right on Mohawk, right on Lakeside, right on Apache, right on Birch, right on Hickory, left on Walnut, left on Baltimore, left on Pepper, left on Palm, right on Redwood, left on Tamalpais, and then back to the fire station for the engine and up to the north pole for Santa.

Please stay on the sidewalk as the vehicles come by. Santa’s helpers will bring the candy canes to you.

This year, they will also be collecting gifts for kids in Marin Social Services such as foster care or protective custody. Please have toys or movie tickets or gift cards to any place that teens frequent ready for Santa’s helpers, who will collect them from you and get to the toy drive.

For additional information, you may contact Central Marin Fire at 415-927-5077.

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