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During last year’s Santathon, Sunnyside’s Boulevard Bars raised over $10,000 in monetary and toy donations.

Sunnyside is decking the halls this weekend as the Santas come to town for a drink – all for a good cause.

Sunnyside’s Boulevard Bars, a collective of 11 bars and restaurants on and around Queens Boulevard, will be holding their Third Annual Sunnyside Santathon pub crawl for charity on Saturday starting at 3 p.m. The event will be sponsored by S.K.I Beer.

All who wish to participate are asked to come dressed in their best Father Christmas attire and can pick up $10 wristbands at any of the establishments taking part in the festive day. Wristbands allow those wearing them to enjoy $4 drink specials all night.

Participating bars include Jack’s Fire Dept., Bar 43, The Courtyard Ale House, Maggie Mae’s, The Gaslight, Arriba Arriba, Sidetracks, Molly Blooms, PJ Horgan’s, McGuinness’s Saloon and Bliss Street Station.

Map courtesy of Sunnyside's Boulevard Bars

Map for this year’s Sunnyside Santathon (Courtesy of Sunnyside’s Boulevard Bars)

All the proceeds from the sale of the wristbands will go to toys for local children and each participating bar will also be collecting monetary donations and also any new, unwrapped toys until Christmas.

During last year’s Santathon, Sunnyside’s Boulevard Bars raised over $10,000 in monetary and toy donations. They made donations to local organizations such as St. Teresa’s and St. Raphael’s Church, the 108th Precinct Toy Drive, MercyFirst Angel Guardian Orphanage in Brooklyn and Metro Homeless Shelter.

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