Milk & Cookies with Santa 9-10:00 am followed by festivities til 4:00 !

  • Start:
    December 8, 2012 9:00 am
  • End:
    December 8, 2012 10:00 am

Meet Jolly Ol’ Elf

between 9:00 and 10:00 am

(festive activities involving fairy godmother, singing, another whiskered guy, and 5 wonderful nonprofit organization friends continue after Santa journeys onward…)

10:00 Stay for Story time with the Fairy Godmother

11:00 – 1:00  Festive songwriting with Xanthe

10:00 – 4:00 Make and Take Ornaments and Colorful Creations

Come to iSpace December 8 for a magical experience filled with Santa, stories and songs.

Munch cookies and milk with Santa and make something special to take home.  Parents are welcome to bring cameras.   Tickets are $3 per child (children under 1 year old and parents are free). Proceeds benefit Imagination Celebration.

After Santa journeys onward, stay for additional festivities:

  • Winter stories brought to life by a special story teller, the Fairy Godmother of the Arts.
  • Entertainer Tim Zhaniser playing piano and leading a sing-a-long of classic holiday carols.
  • Song-writing, song-making, song-singing with sensational Xanthe
  • Opportunities to make colorful creations to take home.
  • World-renowned children’s book illustrator Michael Hague will autograph his Imagination Celebration posters and a wide array of his illustrated children’s books

Tickets are limited and are available at iSpace and The Citadel Guest Services counter. You can also register by clicking here.

iSpace is the 20,000 sq. ft. facility for Imagination Celebration, located in the upper level of the Burlington wing of The Citadel. iSpace is one of two facilities operated by Imagination Celebration in the mall. Both iSpace and Celebration Place are dedicated to the arts, technology and human interaction through the creative process. Imagination Celebration is connecting people to the brain-stimulating, community-building, life-enhancing power of creativity by inspiring artistic and intellectual curiosity; instigating community collaborations; and promoting life-long experiential learning that helps us thrive in a changing world.