Special Events

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Santa and Little Girl

Santa Claus is Coming to Town!

Join Recreation Services and the Paso Robles Police Department for this annual holiday tradition. We’ll welcome Santa in his sleigh to Centennial Park on Thursday, December 13 from 6-7:30 pm. This free event will feature holiday give-aways, treats and a photo-op with the big man himself. Santa and his sleigh will also visit Oak Park on Monday, December 17 from 6-7:30 pm.


Boy and Mailbox

Mail Your Letter to Santa at Centennial Park

This season, Santa’s elves have delivered a special mailbox to the Centennial Park lobby for your child’s letters to the North Pole. Bring your child to drop-off their letter to Santa between noon and 5 pm Monday through Friday, December 3 through 21. We’ll have a special holiday treat from Santa’s elves just for them.


Coffee and Cookies

Holiday Hospitality Days at Centennial Park

Join Recreation Services for seasonal holiday treats, coffee and conversation in the Centennial Park main lobby from 9 am-6 pm on five special days this season:
• Tuesday, November 27 
• Monday, December 3
• Wednesday, December 12
• Thursday, December 20
• Friday, December 21

 While you’re visiting, pick-up a winter/spring Recreation Guide or purchase a recreation gift certificate for that special someone on your list.


Toy Bank Logo

Centennial Park Toy Bank Donation Site

Paso Robles Recreation Services is proud to be a collection location for the Toy Bank this holiday season. Visit the Centennial Park lobby from 8 am-5 pm Monday through Friday and drop off your unwrapped toy donation of $20 or less by Monday, December 10. The Toy Bank will also be accepting school supply donations such as paper, pencils and erasers to help fill backpacks. All donations remain in the Paso Robles area and help many local families in need.  


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