One of our many faithful volunteers getting his own personalized name tag from the mayor.
The exchange students from St. Johns were elves this weekend. They asked Santa to join them as they pointed to their hometown on our "pin your hometown" map.
Santa and Mrs. Claus waiting for the train.
This is a view that never gets old.
It's always fun to wave at the train as it comes into town and again when it leaves.
The kids love meeting Santa. And some bigger kids do too.
Putting their "first gift of Christmas" entry into the North Pole mail box.
Making a train car in Santa's workshop.
Chain saw carving.
A couple of our painted chairs. The students at the high school painted these for us.
People have been adding their bells to our bell tree.
A couple more painted chairs.
We love our elves. They were a big help in running the carnival.
People waiting to get their picture taken in front of the North Pole Express.
One of our sponsors is the Chapin Telephone Company.
Kids playing in Candy Land.
This guy was having lots of fun with the kids at the haunted house.
Face painting is always a popular thing to do.
The Grinch waiting for the train.