Summerville Journal Scene Ho Ho Hosts Breakfast with Santa

  • Monday, November 26, 2012


Santa Claus is taking a break from his workshop this season to visit the nice boys and girls of Summerville.
The Summerville Journal Scene and Century 21 Properties Plus invites you to start a new tradition with your family and join us for Breakfast with Santa on Saturday, December 8, 2012, in front of Town Hall in Historic Downtown Summerville.
"We are thrilled to bring Santa to Summerville! We want to Ho Ho Host a wonderful experience for the kids and what better way to do that than bring Santa right in the middle of our beautiful downtown," says Chris Zoeller, Santa's Helper.
Families can have their photo taken with Santa Claus and kids can share what is on their Christmas lists. Parents are encouraged to bring their cameras to capture the magic. Photos with Santa will be available for free digital download on www.JournalScene.com.
After photos with Santa, kids 12 and under can enjoy a complimentarybreakfast provided by Ladles. Then head over to Santa's Workshop and write a letter to Santa, make reindeer food, design your own ornaments and many other activities.
Breakfast With Santa takes place 9:00 a.m. - noon Saturday, December 8. Santa is requesting parents RSVP so he can plan his trip back to the North Pole at: webelieve@journalscene.com. For more information call 873-843-9424.

If You Go
Breakfast with Santa
Saturday, Dec. 8, 2012
9 am Noon
Town Hall
Historic Downtown Summerville
RSVP:
WeBelieve@JournalScene.com





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