Dec 22, 2013 1:17 AM by Olivia DeGennaro, KSBY News
Children took part in a pretty big tea party on the Central Coast.
The 23rd annual Victorian Teddy Bear Tea brought about 200 people to the Paso Robles Park Ballroom on Saturday.
The kids brought their favorite teddy bears for tea and cookies.
They decorated gingerbread men and got to take home a commemorative teacup.
"I think just getting together and getting to dress up," Event Co-Chair Janet Marcotte said. "We have a lot of littler girls here getting to dress up in their Christmas outfits and come and bring their teddy bears."
Kids, parents and grandparents all showed up to the largest Victorian Teddy Bear Tea yet.
The event continues to grow every year. Marcotte said about 40 more people showed up this year than last year.
Santa and Mrs. Claus were even there, along with the Snow King and Queen to have tea with the children.
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