14th annual Northeast Santa Gathering on Cape Cod

April 29th in South Yarmouth
Santa's gather on Cape Cod on April 29th. Photo from prior year event provided by Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce.

The 14th Annual Northeast Santa Gathering on Cape Cod will be held Saturday, April 29, 2017 from 10 AM to 2 PM. Featuring over sixty Santas - along with Mrs. Claus & Santa's helpers - this is one festive weekend celebration you don't want to miss. Complimentary bowling at Ryan Family Amusements. The fun line-up includes:

10 -11:30 AM   BOWL WITH THE SANTAS
Ryan Family Amusements, 1067 Route 28, South Yarmouth (508-394-5644)
First 100 children will receive a gift bag & free bowling! Use your own phone or camera for Santa photos.

11:45 AM -12:45 PM   LUNCH WITH THE SANTAS
Cape Cod Irish Village, 822 Route 28, South Yarmouth (508-771-0100)
Enjoy a North Pole Buffet! First 100 Children accompanied by a paying adult eat FREE. $10 Adult Luncheon Ticket. (All adults attending luncheon event must have a paid ticket)

11:30 -2 PM   PHOTO BOOTH EXPERIENCE
Cape Cod Irish Village, 822 Route 28, South Yarmouth (508-771-0100)
Cape Capture will be donating a photo booth for use by Santas and guests ! Capture life's important moments! Let your guests run the show with touch screen technology. The photos are uploaded to our media kiosk and can be instantly shared on Facebook, Twitter, email, or print two 1x4 photo strips. Emerald 3-D will be on hand all day to take 3 Dimensional photographs. 


Christmas is also about the spirit of giving, so let’s Fill Santa’s Stocking! All proceeds to support St. Jude's Children's Hospital. Treat your kids to Christmas in April and join us for this fun-filled event! Sponsored in part by the Town of Yarmouth's Tourism Revenue Preservation Fund.

More Information: http://www.capecodchamber.org/santas-cape-cod
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