Parade Of Lights Denver 2010
December 3, 2010 by USA Post
Parade Of Lights Denver 2010, Saturday, December 4, 2010, Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel will host a lunch with Santa in 15/Fifty, restaurant. The full price of admission, and 10 for adults and 5 children and 12 years old, will go to Ronald McDonald.
“We are thrilled to be recipient of the breakfast at the Sheraton to the promotion of Santa,” says Pam Whittaker, Ronald McDonald House Executive Director. “The Sheraton staff has been a great help for us this year, and this gift is an unexpected treat.”
Celebrities expected to attend the event: Santa Claus, several of his aide’s best elf, and costumed characters Colorado Ballet Nutcracker Ballet. In addition, Ronald McDonald characters will be on hand to visit with children and adults.
And what’s Breakfast with Santa without dessert? Pastry Chef Sheraton Sky Goble and his team help the children decorate holiday cookies with sprinkles, sparks and a lot of gooey icing.
Breakfast Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel with Santa will be held 6:00 to 11:00 on Saturday, December 4 at the parade weekend Lights. There are no reservations for breakfast, guests will be seated on a first come, first served.
For those wishing to stay at the hotel during the weekend Lights Parade, see www.sheratondenverdowntown.com / parade-of-lights for hotel room rates.
Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel is located on the Pedestrian Mall at 1550 16th Court Place.
Families are stronger when they are together, and their presence helps sick children to heal faster and cope better. While Ronald McDonald House Charities ® Inc. of Denver can not do better tasting medicine or take away the painful treatments, our programs can help reduce the burden and ensure that families have the stability and resources to keep their child healthy and happy.
Ronald McDonald House ® in Denver and Aurora allows families to access specialist medical treatment by providing a place to live near the hospital at minimal cost. When a child is sick, parents need a support team to help them recover. RMHC wants to give children the best chance to recover – and that means having a family close to the love and support. Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver, Inc. has served the community for 32 years to provide comfort, care and hope.
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