Ella Stewart, 5, sat on Santa’s lap at the Syracuse Community Center’s breakfast with Santa. After telling Santa what made it on her wish list this year, Stewart smiled shyly long enough for her mama to snap a cute photo, too.
Saturday morning, Santa made his annual appearance at the Syracuse Community Center for breakfast with Santa.
Visitors ate pancakes and cookies and decorated Christmas crafts, sponsored by the Syracuse Public Library. Wawasee High School’s band kept the mood festive by playing classic Christmas tunes.
And, of course, children could sit on Santa’s lap and recite their wish lists of what they hope to see under the Christmas tree this year. Photos could be taken, too.
Torryn Gulley (left) made Christmas crafts with the help of her Aunt Alli Ousley alongside Parker Schmidt (right). The crafts were sponsored by the Syracuse Public Library, and part of the festivities at breakfast with Santa Saturday.
Wawasee High School band kept the mood festive at the Syracuse Community Center’s breakfast with Santa, playing all the classic Christmas tunes while visitors ate pancakes and cookies, and decorated reindeer crafts.