Greenwich Reindeer Festival Returns For A 14th Holiday Season
Every town and every place has its own Holiday traditions and Greenwich is no different. The Greenwich Reindeer Festival & Santa's Workshop is returning for its 14th season and it will be going on now through December 24th.
Now through December 24th, you can visit Santa and his reindeer, the actual, living, breathing reindeer, no animatronics here. The perfect chance to take the kiddos to see the big guy and give them a chance to lobby for what they want for Christmas. It's "The North Pole on North Street" at Sam Bridge Nursery & Greenhouses at 437 North Street in Greenwich and presented by Jenny Allen/Compass.
Photos with Santa will happen Monday through Friday from 12 pm to 6 pm and on Saturdays from 9 am to 6 pm. They will have special Christmas Eve hours from 9 am to 3 pm, and a portion of all the pictures taken will benefit Kids in Crisis. Would you like 'Fido' to have a pic with St. Nick? You sure can, this is from their website.
PLEASE BRING YOUR DOG FOR PHOTOS WITH SANTA ANYTIME WE'RE OPEN, but for an added incentive to visit Santa with your DOG when we're not so busy, you'll receive a DOGGY GIFT BAG compliments of Cornell University Veterinary Specialists Monday - Friday throughout the four weeks.
If you are worried about waiting in line to see Santa and all the untold hassle that seems to bring, don't you worry, because they have you covered with lots of activities for the little sugar plums. A reindeer coloring station, a letter writing to Santa station, a raffle to win a pedal car, and a name the Baby Girl Reindeer Contest with another nice grand prize.
Happy Holidays and for more articles written by this guy, you can tap or click right here, including one about a unique Connecticut "message in a bottle" story. Thanks for hanging out with me and see you all again real soon.