Gather and Give tradition benefits SF-Marin Food Bank, Toys for Tots & Things for Teens; Pronzini Christmas Tree Lot celebrates 52 years at Bon Air
Who: Santa Claus arrives at noon at Santa’s Workshop aboard a shiny, red fire engine (courtesy of the Larkspur Fire Department) at Bon Air on the first three Saturdays of December to celebrate the season. Children of all ages and pets of all sizes are invited to whisper their wishes to the Man of the Season, pose for a free portrait with Santa, enjoy sidewalk specials, Santa’s elves, children’s activities and people and puppy treats.
What: In the spirit of the season, Bon Air invites visitors to Gather and Give, continuing its long-standing tradition of hosting a Holiday Food Drive with the SF-Marin Food Bank. Collection barrels for canned food are located throughout Bon Air. Tax-deductible “grab and give” grocery bags are available for purchase from Molly Stone’s, ranging from $18 – $22 per bag and discounted by 10%. Bon Air also supports the Larkspur Fire Department’s annual Toys for Tots and Things for Teens drive accepting new, unwrapped toys and gift cards for kids of all ages at a collection barrel near Santa’s Workshop.
Pronzini’s Christmas Tree lot celebrates its 52nd year at Bon Air, offering fragrant Christmas trees, wreaths, garland and more. Find them under the big oak in the west parking lot.
When: Saturday, December 7, 14 and 21, noon – 3 p.m.
- Santa Claus arrives at noon
- Pronzini’s Christmas Lot open November 28 – December 24; daily, 9 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Where: Bon Air – just off Highway 101, on Sir Francis Drake Blvd, Greenbrae – adjacent to Mollie Stone’s Market