Annual Story & Pictures with Santa in the Park

 

Skip the lines and get a more laid back and intimate Santa experience. 

Our wonderful Santa is an elementary school administrator (previously an elementary school teacher). We start with him reading a story to the children after he arrives and then everyone has a chance to talk with Santa while I capture their visit. Yummy treats and bottled water are provided. Kids can dress in their Christmas pjs if you'd like! We do them outside, so there's plenty of room to run around while waiting for your turn for pictures. No need to have everyone stand still in a long line! Two digital options are available for purchase and a portion of the proceeds are donated to a charity helping children. In the past we have donated to CASA of Camden & Glynn and C.U.R.E. Childhood Cancer. This event is limited to 10 families each year so be sure to sign up for my mailing list so you don't miss out!

Check out a short video clip of Santa reading and a sampling of images from past years below.

 

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