Breakfast with Mrs. Claus Dec. 7

Mrs. Claus along with Olaf and Anna, characters from the movie Frozen, will be part of the ‘Breakfast with Mrs. Claus’ event, Saturday, Dec. 7 at the Delmonico Room, 100 S. Maple St., Shenandoah. (Photo provided)

Santa is not the only one helping kids celebrate Christmas in Shenandoah. Mrs. Claus will host “Breakfast with Mrs. Santa Claus” from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., Saturday, Dec 7, at the Delmonico Room, 100 S. Maple St. 

Reservations can still be made for this free event. Space is limited to 60 children. Call Shenandoah Chamber and Industry Association (SCIA) at 712-246-3455 to make a reservation by Wednesday, Dec. 4, if possible. Call with parents name, phone number, and number of children. The event is recommended for children 10 and under, but older siblings are welcome to assist.

McDonalds breakfast, horse-drawn carriage rides, stories, crafts, games, and movie tickets are included for children only. There will also be plenty of photo opportunities to take pictures with Mrs. Claus and Princess Anna and Olaf from the movie Frozen.

Parents of very young children are encouraged to stay with children to help with crafts. Mrs. Claus will read to the children while they enjoy breakfast. Volunteers are also needed. Anyone wishing to volunteer to help can call SCIA 246-3455. Parents who don’t stay with the kids are encouraged to use the time shopping for Christmas gifts in Shenandoah stores. Sponsors for the event are SCIA and Fuller Center for Housing.

Santa Claus will also be available to visit with children and give a small gift from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday’s in December before Christmas in the Everly Brother’s Childhood home on Sheridan Avenue, next to the Historical Museum.

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