Cordele Dispatch, Cordele, GA

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November 23, 2012

Kids invited to Breakfast with Santa

Cordele — Santa Claus is coming to town and Crisp Area Arts Alliance invites everyone to experience holiday magic for the kids and fun for the whole family at its annual Breakfast with Santa.

The event is set for Saturday, Dec. 1 from 9 to 11a.m. Breakfast is provided by Striplings’ General Store, and tickets are $10 for CAAA members and $15 for non-members.

Pictures with Santa, arts & crafts, sweet shop, music & games, and more will be provided during the morning.

Sit on Santa’s lap and have a picture made in a snap!  Photos will be printed on-site and can be taken home.

“Deck the halls and trim the tree with handmade arts & crafts. From keepsake ornaments to edible art, our crafts will make this Christmas the merriest!” says CAAA Director Miriam Edwards.

“It’s a marshmallow world in our Sweet Shop!” Edwards adds. Homemade baked goods, from individually wrapped cookies and treats to cakes, everyone will have a yummy selection!

“You can also do a little Christmas shopping in CAAA’s ‘the mART,’ says Edwards. “Shop our selection of merchandise hand-crafted by local artists & artisans…jewelry, ceramics and much,  much more!

“We’ll be rockin’ around the Christmas Tree with music & games!  Everyone will be jolly, by golly with Christmas carols, face painting, story-time and more!” Edwards says.

Tickets may be purchased at the following locations: Crisp Area Arts Alliance Center, Cordele-Crisp Chamber of Commerce, JW Designs, Crimson & Clover, Impact Sports & Fitness.  They also will be available the day of the event at the Arts Alliance headquarters.



 

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