Slumber Party with Santa at Miller Hill Mall

Created: 11/13/2013 8:58 AM

Mrs. Claus and Emerald Frost the Elf stopped by Good Morning Northland to tell us all about some great news! Santa Claus is coming to town!

Now, Thanksgiving is still on it's way, but at the Miller Hill Mall, kids can meet Santa on Friday and Saturday. 

On Friday, November 15th, Santa, along with Mayor Don Ness, will arrive at Door 6 (between Dick's Sporting Goods and DSW) on the Port Town Trolley at 6:30 PM. Children are invited to greet Santa and Mayor Ness at the door. The Duluth Superior Symphony Youth Orchestra will be playing music.

Once inside, everyone will head to the Barnes & Noble Court. Mayor Ness will tuck Santa into bed and read a bedtime story to everyone called "Santa Comes to Duluth." Friday's festivities will end at about 8:00 PM.

Then, on Saturday at 8:30 AM, shoppers can wake Santa up with Christmas carols. Children can also tell Santa their wishes on Saturday, and decorate cookies.

For more information on the event, you can head to the Duluth Transit Authority's website, Miller Hill Mall's Facebook, or the Slumber Party's Facebook event page.

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