Willmore City Heritage Association Hosts Winter in Willmore at Drake Park, December 15
2012-12-05 · By Editor
On Saturday, December 15, 2012 the Willmore City Heritage Association invites you and yours to attend Winter in Willmore! This FREE event will be held from 2-6pm at Drake Park: 951 Maine Ave, Long Beach, CA 90813.
Let’s celebrate the holiday season in Long Beach together. Come see the beautiful 50 foot Tree of Lights – don’t worry, it’s low-energy use, with over 8,000 LED lights! Enjoy an afternoon filled with food, music, children’s activities, and photos with Santa Claus.
In the spirit of the season, please bring a can of food to donate to Food Finders. For more information visit: http://willmorecity.org/ or contact Jim Danno at 818-266-7110.
Community Partners include: Port of Long Beach Vice Mayor Robert Garcia, 1st District Long Beach Parks and Recreation, Long Beach Heritage, Community Partners Council , Food Finders, Brushstrokes and Beverages, and Soylar Candles.
The Willmore City Heritage Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation, founded in 1976, to improve, preserve, and promote Long Beach’s first designated historic district. WCHA is a well-established community organization that not only works toward historic preservation of the Willmore City / Drake Park Historic District, but works hard to deal with the social issues of an inner city neighborhood.
WCHA is committed to the preservation, protection, and improvement of the physical environment and quality of life in the Willmore City / Drake Park neighborhood. The past, present, and future come together in Long Beach’s Willmore City / Drake Park neighborhood, home to some of the Long Beach’s oldest houses and most congenial people in the city.
For more information about this event or to interview Jim Danno, WCHA Community Outreach Board Member please call 818-266-7110 or email email@example.com. To learn more about Willmore City Heritage Association visit www.willmorecity.org.