The Three Kings will make a brief stop in Osceola County on Sunday to help District 1 County Commissioner Peggy Choudhry and others distribute toys during a special event in Old Town starting at 10 a.m.
“Celebrating its 14th year, Three Kings Day in Osceola promises to be a day of joy and happiness for many kids and families,” Choudhry said. “Three Kings is a unique tradition and this is a wonderful event for our community and I am always happy to volunteer and participate.”
In addition to photo opportunities with the Three Kings, there will be free hotdogs, juice and a toy for children under 11. There will be raffle drawings for bicycles every 5 minutes throughout the event, which is scheduled to conclude at 2 p.m.
Three Kings Day, or “El Día de los Reyes”, is a holiday celebrated around the world by different cultures as a way to remember the three Wise Men as they brought their gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh to the baby Jesus.
The Three Kings will not be alone; they will be joined by other elected officials, community leaders, sponsor representatives, Board Members of the Hispanic Business Council and organizers of the Festival.