Santa is letting his reindeers rest up, and on Wednesday made a splash in Mill Valley by arriving on a seaplane with a bag full of toys.
Hosted by Aaron and Tiffany Singer, owners of Seaplane Adventures, Santa and Mrs. Claus delivered gifts to 40 kids ages four to eight enrollend in the Performing Stars music and dance program, which helps childen in low-income families become involved in the arts.
The gifts were collected by 142 Throckmorton Theater, Marin
Theater Company and Sweetwater Music Hall. Each child received a toy and book of their choice, got to take a photo with Santa, and enojoyed homebacked cookies by the Guiding Stars Grandparents Group.
Hosted by Aaron and Tiffany Singer, owners of Seaplane Adventures, each child will receive a toy and book of their choice, get to take a photo with Santa, and enjoy homebaked cookies by the Guiding Stars Grandparents Group.
The event kicked off the 15th Annual Holiday Toy Drive, which Mill Valley firefighter Dan Appleton is deeply involved with every year. Performing Stars of Marin organizes distribution of about half of the more than 600 toys collected throughout Southern Marin each holiday season.
New unwrapped todays for the annual drive are being accepted until Sunday, December 23, and can be dropped at the Mill Valley fire station.
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