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Breakfast with Santa on menu at GPCC

Greendell Park Community Centre set to hold annual feast on Dec. 4

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If you’re in the mood for some festive family fun, this could be the event for you.

Greendell Park Community Centre (75 Woodlawn Ave.) will host its 23rd annual Breakfast with Santa event on Sun., Dec. 8 between 9:30 and 11:30 a.m., organizers say.

The menu at the event, which is sponsored by St. Vital Market and Smitty’s restaurant, will include pancakes, sausages, juice or milk, coffee, and bananas and oranges.

There will also be entertainment provided by the centre’s dance groups, children’s door prizes, letters to Santa, a kids’ jar bar draw, a silent auction, arts and crafts, Xmas tattoos, colouring pages, a "pin the star on the tree" game and, of course, a visit from Santa.

Tickets for adults are $5, and $4 for children aged 12 and under, and can be purchased at St. Vital Market (1633 St. Mary’s Rd.) or at the event. Tickets are cash only.

To learn more about the centre, visit greendell.ca

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