Solana Beach: Beachwalk Retail Center hosts holiday weekend to help kids

The Beachwalk Retail Center in Solana Beach hosted its inaugural holiday weekend open house Saturday, Dec. 11. The event featured live music, holiday gift specials, shopping discounts, food specials, warm cider, hot cocoa, cupcake and cookie decorating, and crafts for the kids. The next day, Santa and Mrs. Claus arrived aboard a shiny, red fire truck for breakfast at Pacific Coast Grill. People are encouraged to drop off new unwrapped toys and nonperishable foods at Beachwalk to benefit the San Diego Food Bank and Rady Children’s Hospital through the end of the year. All items collected during the toy & food drive are given to the needy children and families in San Diego County. For more information, call (858) 509-4900 or visit www.beachwalkcenter.com and Facebook.

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  5. Pancakes, toy and food drive at Ocean Air Rec Center Dec. 4

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