Winter Wonderland Celebration

Release Date/Time: 12/3/2020 10:07 AM
Incident:Winter Wonderland Celebration
Date: Friday,12/18/2020
Time: 6-8 PM
Location: Police Service of Salinas 312 E. Alisal St.

The Salinas Police Department, in partnership with California Water Service, and in collaboration with Salinas PAL and the Salinas Police Foundation, are hosting a Winter Wonderland celebration.  This will be a safe, drive-thru holiday event for families and children from the Salinas community.  The event will be held at the Police Service Headquarters, located at 312 E. Alisal St. on Friday, December 18th from 6pm to 8pm.

Winter Wonderland will be a festive atmosphere for the entire family with holiday music and holiday characters in costume.  Vehicles will drive through several holiday-themed, decorated tents, ending with a greeting from Santa!  Children 12 and under will receive a surprise from Santa Claus, while supplies last.

This event is drive-thru only.  We will not be able to accommodate walk-ups.  Entry to the event will be through the vehicle gate located on Work St., from John St. only.  No access will be available from E. Alisal St.  We ask that you remember to wear your mask and follow distancing guidelines.  All attendees will remain in their vehicles for the entire event.

In an effort to bring holiday cheer to as many children as possible, Salinas Police Department is accepting donations of new toys in the front lobby of the Police Service Headquarters.

Release Authorized by:Miguel Cabrera

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