Breakfast with Santa at Eckerts

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Join Santa for a meal on the farm! At Breakast with Santa at Eckerts, your child can tell Santa their Christmas wishes, and Santa will have a special gift for each child. 

Reservations for this special morning feast are suggested. Breakfast will be provided from  8 a.m. to noon on Nov. 24-25, Dec. 1-2, Dec. 8-9, Dec. 15-16 and Dec. 22-23.

You can have your child's photo taken with Santa, and thre will be face painting and cookie decorating too. Cost is $16.99 per person. 

For reservations and more information: eckerts.com

 

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