The Kissimmee/Osceola County Chamber continued the tradition this year of celebrating Three Kings Day in Osceola County. Three Kings Day is traditionally held on January 6 and our event this year took place on January 10.
Due to the situation created by the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s Three Kings Day was a socially-distanced, drive-thru event held at Old Town along US Highway 192. Attendees received goody bags full of treats for their children, including cookies donated by sponsor Florida Technical College, coloring sheets, and plastic maracas donated by sponsor Orlando Health, as well as other information and coupons from our sponsors, and were never required to leave their cars as they waved at the Three Kings and collected toys and clothing items for all children in the car under 12. All-in-all, over 500 cars drove through at the event and over 2500 people enjoyed the festivities. 1000 kids under 12 received toys and 48 bicycles were raffled.
We could not have celebrated Three Kings Day this year without the support of our sponsors Florida Technical College, The Tompkins Family Foundation, and Walt Disney Parks & Resorts, as well as Toho Water Authority, ABC Paving & Sealcoating, OUC – The Reliable One, Orlando Health, AdventHealth, Orlando Magic, and Florida Blue. We were thrilled to be joined by media partners Exitos 96.5 and Power 95.3. We also must thank our hosts at Old Town for welcoming us onto their property for the third year in a row.
Check out the short video below for a look at some highlights of Three Kings Day 2021!