Brisbane Lions Keeping Holiday Tradition Alive!

By: Lion Sharon Boggs,, (415) 723-0847, Brisbane Lions Tree Lot

This year our Brisbane Holiday season kicks off with the Lions Tree Lot opening on The 28th of November. In an effort to keep everyone safe, we are taking orders for trees and providing non-contact delivery. Let us know the size tree you would like, we will pick it out and provide free delivery to your driveway! We will also have limited lot hours for socially distanced tree hunting.
Brisbane Lions Holiday Senior Luncheon
December 20th we will host our Annual Senior Luncheon. Seniors can place their lunch orders by December 14th, and then pick them up at Melissa’s Taqueria between 12 noon and 1pm. We are encouraging everyone to arrange pickup, if possible. We will provide limited deliveries after 1:30.
Brisbane Santa Visit
SANTA is coming! Because of COVID-19, Santa’s visit will be limited to a trip through Brisbane with a festive Christmas parade. We’re hoping to see you all out on your porch to say Merry Christmas to Santa and his Brisbane Elves. Pictures from afar are Welcome!
Brisbane Lions Star Awards
The season wouldn’t be complete without the Brisbane Star Awards. This year, we want YOU to share your favorite picture of YOUR stars and decorations. We would love a couple pictures, even a selfie showcasing your fabulous STAR! We will be preparing an online event to socialize and showcase the participants and their amazing holiday creations.
Information and sign up for all four events can be found at our web site:
You can also email for more information at: or call and leave a message at (415) 723-0847.
Scholar Tree
Karen Cunningham has created and donated this beautiful Scholar Tree to be auctioned off for the Brisbane Lions Scholarship Fund. The tree is made up of a collection of succulents arranged in an amazing sculpture. This beautiful piece can be a part of your family tree and support the Brisbane Scholars! To find out more and to place a bid, go to Or search for the Facebook Page “The Scholar Tree.”