I'm dreaming of a white Christmas.
The Los Angeles Dodgers with the help of their foundation, made a lot of those dreams a reality on Wednesday as they hosted more than 300 schoolchildren from the L.A. area at Dodger Stadium for a Children's Holiday Party.
More than a dozen different elementary schools participated in the event that featured games, gifts, Santa Claus and snow!
The team created a two-lane sledding hill that kids got to race down throughout the afternoon. Dodgers' outfielder Joc Pederson was on hand to hang out with the kids and participate in the many activities, including a snowball fight for the ages.
"The Dodgers are thrilled to welcome children who live and learn near Dodger Stadium." Said Naomi Rodriguez, Dodger vice-president of external affairs and community relations. "These children and their families are part of the Dodger family. It's magical watching them play in the snow, talk to Santa, and head home with toys and shoes. We are grateful to our partners for their generous support."
The snow was provided by Artic Glacier Ice, and each child received a free pair of shows from Sketchers. Lunch was catered by Levy Restaurants and toys for the kids came courtesy of Mattel.