I received a really special email today and can’t pass up the opportunity to share this event with readers.
Last year we had a great event with over $700, 300 canned goods, and almost 400 toys donated. This year we have a bigger venue, a cheaper price, and an additional charity. Kids can take pictures with Santa (skip the mall lines and prices), make ornaments, and enjoy face painting all while benefiting the community.
Spice Street will make a donation (to the Ronald McDonald House and SECU Family House) for every buffet purchased and we are asking people to bring canned goods or new toys.
Adults $10 and kids $5 including tax and gratuity (cash, check and credit cards accepted)!
Thank you to Dr. Qionna Tinney from UNC Hospital for sharing this with me!
PS – I was really excited to find out, when checking out the website, that Spice Street is owned by Giorgios Hospitality Group – family company of a good friend of mine! Many thanks to them for serving as host venue for this event. I’m really looking forward to their new Cary venture – Giorgio – coming this month.
Looks like Nick and I will be having breakfast with Santa 😉