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San Germán to host Three Kings festival Jan. 4


“What we seek is that people have a beautiful day and at the same time children can enjoy an unforgettable experience, on the eve of the traditional Three Kings Day,” the mayor of San Germán said.

By The Star Staff


The Nelsito Children’s Park in San Germán will transform on Wednesday, Jan. 4 into a Three Kings celebration as part of the municipality’s long-awaited “Children’s Festival,” where various Disney princesses will arrive to give gifts to the first 2,000 children who arrive at the park.


San Germán Mayor Virgilio Olivera Olivera said the park gate will open at 10 a.m. and “we will have, in addition to various artistic spectaculars, shaved ice, hot dogs and family entertainment among many other things free of charge.”


“We are thankful for all the cooperation that has given us the all-San Germán company Pío Pío Farms with the installation of a farm with animals, as well as the Inter American University of Puerto Rico’s San Germán campus, who will bring us the Three Kings so that children and the whole family can take pictures with them,” Olivera said.


Also present will be officials from the Mental Health and Anti-Addiction Administration, who “will be giving talks on the work of managing the emotions during a time of year such as this,” the mayor said.


“We want to share with the children and their families of our city of San Germán,” Olivera added. “What we seek is that people have a beautiful day and at the same time children can enjoy an unforgettable experience, on the eve of the traditional Three Kings Day.”


The mayor offered his hope that “the year 2023 is one of much opportunity, prosperity and above all else that we have good health.”


“A hug of brotherhood to the people of Puerto Rico from our beloved City of San Germán,” he said.

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