5 Reasons Not To Miss Morning At The North Pole With Santa!

Morning at the North Pole with Santa is just around the corner on Saturday, Dec. 2, at The Martin Event Space. This awesome morning will be filled with holiday fun and memory-making.

5 Reasons Not to Miss Morning At The North Pole With Santa

5. A stress-free morning

We’ve taken the stress out of Santa visits. You’ll arrive at the Morning At The North Pole and immediately receive a timed card for your visit with Santa. There’s no need to stand in line and wait! You can walk around with your family and participate in all the fun activities!

4. So much holiday fun

Every ticket to Morning At The North Pole includes the following:

  • A meet and greet with Santa Claus
  • A visit with Elsa
  • Cookie decorating
  • A hot cocoa bar
  • Letter writing to Santa with your little one’s wish list
  • Ornament and craft making
  • Reindeer food creation station
  • Holiday balloon animals
  • Holiday music making
  • Face painting
  • Soft play

3. You’ll help Kansas City families

We all know that Operation Breakthrough is a pretty special place. They provide a safe, loving and educational environment for children in poverty and empower their families through advocacy, emergency aid and education. We are collecting:

  • Peanut butter
  • Jelly (in plastic jars)
  • Diapers (all sizes needed)
  • Baby wipes

2. Pick the time that works best for you

We know that families are busy, especially this time of the year, so we have two shifts to choose from that best fit your family’s schedule.Both shifts host the exact same activities.

1. The Big Man himself!

No holiday event is complete without a visit with Santa! Santa will be so excited to greet your family and get a full report on how you’ve been this year. Be sure to have your phone charged so you can snap cute pictures of your kiddo with Santa.

Thank you to our sponsors

Born in Kansas City, Jamie spent age 8-18 in Columbia, MO yet always considered KC to be home. Jamie returned to KC after high school to attend Avila University, where she earned her degree in Communication. After residing in South KC, Raymore, the Plaza, River Market and Overland Park, Jamie is now a proud (and permanent) resident of Lenexa. Jamie is wife to her love, Andy, and mom to the dream team; Lucy (12), Quinn (10) and Hazel (6). Jamie is the Events Director for Kansas City Mom Collective and loves creating fun and exciting ways to gather as a community, especially if a theme is involved! Jamie loves a good coffee shop, is a self-diagnosed Fall-aholic, is a Peloton newbie, is a proud member of “The Read That Society” (a book club full of close friends that just celebrated its 13th anniversary), is an internet-ordained minister, she loves blasting Paul McCartney out of the minivan windows and is a sucker for a good home decor store.


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