Kids brings Santa new gift ideas at Port Wil­liams break­fast

Annapolis Valley Register - - COMMUNITY - KINGSCOUN­TYNEWS.CA PORT WIL­LIAMS, N.S. Sara.Eric­s­[email protected]­

Each year is a lit­tle dif­fer­ent for Santa when he sits down for break­fast with kids in the An­napo­lis Val­ley.

And with them are dif­fer­ent gift ideas whis­pered in his ear by young kids ex­cited about what they may open up Christ­mas morn­ing.

This year, jolly old Saint Nick said he re­ceived a lot of re­quests for hover boards and L.O.L dolls at the Break­fast with Santa event Dec. 1 at the Port Wil­liams Com­mu­nity Cen­tre.

The re­quests were what he ex- pected, he said.

But some things never change, ac­cord­ing to the hol­i­day hall­mark – kids are all very ex­cited to open gifts Christ­mas Morn­ing.

“They al­ways look for­ward to that,” he laughed, with a ho ho ho.

Chil­dren and their fam­i­lies lined up for a hot break­fast and a chance to meet Mr. Claus at the event, and some also had a go at guess­ing how many jelly beans were in­side a jar – some­thing that proved harder than it looked, ac­cord­ing to Gre­gory Fisher, five.

“I think it’s 50 – no, maybe 500 – I don’t know,” he said.

In the end, he set­tled on some­where be­tween the two.


Fern Bar­nett, three, gives Santa a big smile as her brother and sis­ter Fin­lay, five, and Ada, eight, of Green­wich sit be­side him Dec. 1 at the Break­fast with Santa event at the Port Wil­liams Com­mu­nity Cen­tre.


Harper Davidson, six, and her brother Lan­don Davidson, four, sat with Santa at the event.


Lil­lian Thomas helped Santa at the event.


Karen Rovers, far right, keeps the eggs cook­ing as the team of volunteers loads up plates to serve.


Gre­gory Fisher, five, guesses how many jelly beans are in­side the jar at the break­fast event, which he at­tended with ‘nana’ and ‘papa’ Joyce and Bill Nimmo.


Ada Bar­nett, eight, has a word with Santa.

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