The Christmas Corner tradition continues in Superior |

The Christmas Corner tradition continues in Superior

Created: December 05, 2021 12:12 AM

The Christmas at Christmas Corner tradition continues in Superior.

The walk through light display offers cookies, hot cocoa, and visits with Santa on certain weekends leading up to Christmas.

The organizer saying he's happy to offer an activity that kids enjoy.

"The kids love it and that's what we're doing it for," said organizer, Brett Defoe. "We're giving back to the community. I've been on the lower end - I've gotten things from the Salvation Army because we were under privileged growing up so it's just nice to give back a little bit to the kids."

The lights are on and open for walk throughs from 5 to 10 pm every night and Santa will be available to take letters from kids on December 4th, 5th, 11th and 12th.

Letters to Santa can be dropped off anytime before December 17th. Parents can include a return address if they would like their child to receive a letter from Santa in return.

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