Independence House Holds 4th Annual Teddy Bear Breakfast

Santa stops at Clancy's on December 1st...

Hyannis, MA, November 9, 2018 — On Saturday, December 1, 2018, from 10:00am-12:00pm Clancy’s Restaurant, for a 4th year will open its doors for a special Teddy Bear Breakfast that helps support Independence House.   The restaurant, which transforms it’s décor to a Christmas wonderland will host a full buffet breakfast complete with Belgium waffle decorating station.   Elves will greet and mingle with families throughout the morning, and Santa will arrive for a special visit with all of the children.

Linda and Bill Zammer and the staff at Clancy’s Restaurant have been graciously hosting this heartwarming event for 4 years.  Each year the children are dazzled by the six foot five inch tall Santa, aka State Representative Tim Whelan.   What makes this event even more special is that all the children have the opportunity to chat with Santa about their wishes, and each child is gifted with a brand-new plush teddy bear they can take home.

For individuals and families wanting to share this special morning, advanced reservations are required. Details:

For tickets:     visit https://indhouse.ejoinme.org/teddybear

                        Adults: $15  Children $10

Location:        Clancy’s Restaurant, 8 Upper County Road, Dennis

Date/Time:     Saturday, December 1, 2018, 10:00am-12:00pm

Questions:      email: [email protected]

Independence House is Cape Cod’s leading resource, counselling and advocacy center to address and prevent domestic and sexual violence.  With four offices (Hyannis, Falmouth, Orleans and Provincetown), a 24-hour hotline, a staff in all Probate and District courts on the Cape, and facilitating a prevention curriculum about healthy relationships in ten high schools on Cape Cod, Independence House services over 9,000 community members annually.

To learn more about Independence House, visit www.independencehouse.org or their dedicated teen website at www.independencehouseteens.org.


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