DEC 22, 2013 UPDATE: We just got a call from Santa, and he IS on his way to Cedarburg! At this point he's planning on being at his Workshop today from 11-2...if for some reason we have to close up early, we'll post it on the A Cedarburg Christmas Facebook page, so please check there for updates before you head out.
IMPORTANT: Santa wants kids to be safe - so if your kids haven't visited him yet and the weather keeps you away, he said to have your kids email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll make sure he gets it!
Thanks to generous grants from the Greater Cedarburg Foundation and Festivals of Cedarburg, Inc., a charming 15' x 15' gingerbread house graces t he front of Cedarburg's City Hall for the entire Christmas season. When Santa's not in to greet guests, you can peek in the windows to see his warm coat, charming fireplace and the toys he and the elves have been working on!
Santa will be welcoming guests and posing for photos in the house this season on:
Remember, this is a very busy time for Santa, so arrive early to ensure a visit! We start taking names about 10-15 minutes prior to the start of each shift. Please get there early to sign up, and understand that there may be long lines and wait times. We want as many families to see Santa as possible, but often have to stop taking names before the scheduled shift is over. Questions about your visit? Please e-mail us at email@example.com.
The Cedarburg Christmas Committee wants to extend a special thank you to the Greater Cedarburg Foundation, Festivals of Cedarburg, artist Doreen Wirth, Thierfelder Builders, The Cedarburg Lions Club, architect Paul Rushing, the City of Cedarburg, Bartz's The Party Store and our tireless team of committee members, local artists and local craftsmen who have been working tirelessly to bring this gift to Cedarburg!