November 27, 2012 > 'St. Nick's of Niles'
'St. Nick's of Niles'
Submitted By Michael McNevin
On Sunday, December 2, the third annual "St. Nicks of Niles" benefit show takes place at The Nile Cafe in Fremont. "St. Nick's of Niles" is a group of devoted folks who work with the City of Fremont's Social Services Department to provide holiday happiness to families and seniors in the area who are in need during the holidays. The group provides gift baskets and grocery cards in the hopes that they can make the holidays a little less stressful for those in our community hit hard during difficult economic times.
The Benefit consists of six hours of "drop in" time and fun for the entire family; Santa will be in residence from 3 p.m. - 6 p.m. and Michael McNevin and Friends will provide music from 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. Multiple musical acts share the bill and mix it up. While there is no minimum cover charge, guests are encouraged to make a tax deductible contribution via cash, check, or gift cards to grocery or department stores. Additionally, the owner of The Nile Cafe, Han Trinh, will donate 20 percent of guests' orders to the donation baskets. Her "Hanburgers" are legendary.
In this season of giving, there are many ways to lend a helping hand to those less fortunate and this party is a good one! We hope you can drop in for music, food, friends, and Santa at the annual "St. Nicks of Niles" gathering at The Nile Cafe in the historic Niles district.
For further information contact Tom Smyth at firstname.lastname@example.org or (408) 504-5597.
"St. Nick's of Niles" Benefit
Sunday, Dec 2
3 p.m. - 9 p.m.
The Nile Cafe
121 "I" St., Fremont