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Mill Valley Winterfest



Every year, families aching for a taste of the season flock to Mill Valley for Winterfest and 2016 is no different. The event will continue in the tradition of past years with an expanded array of food vendors, new activities and a day-long lineup of live entertainment to boot. Activities include a snow slide, snow ball toss, holiday arts and crafts, games and activities, and seasonal food and drinks courtesy of Piazza D'Angelo, ​Balboa Café, El Paseo, Equator Coffees & Teas, Extreme Pizza, Good Earth Natural Foods, Honeymoon Ice Cream, and Stefano's Pizza. Depot Plaza will also include live music and of course, perhaps the most important part of the season: giving back. There will be an entire Donation Station at Winterfest to collect canned food for the SF-Marin Food Bank, unwrapped toy donations for the Toys for Tots program and the Performing Stars of Marin. Don't miss this chance to give to those in need!

Entertainment schedule is as follows:
11–11:30: Performing Arts Academy of Marin
11:45–12:15: Singers Marin – Caroling Kids
12:30–1:00: Tam High School Woodwind Ensemble
1:15–1:45: Happy Feet Dance School
2–2:30: Rose Paradise
2:45–3:30: Rock the Ages
3:45–4:15: Roco Dance
4:30–4:45: Singers Marin – Group Sing Along
4:45–4:50: Tree Lighting and a Mayoral Welcome
4:50–5:00: Singers Marin

If You Go:
When:
Sunday, December 4 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: Mill Valley Depot Plaza, 85 Throckmorton Ave, Mill Valley, CA
Cost: Free
enjoymillvalley.com


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