Where we live we are very lucky because we have an active community that does a lot for children in the area.
One such place that always hosts great events is the Uniontown Public Library. Not only is it a wonderful place that offers a wide selection of books for adults and children, they also hold story times, a summer reading program and, what we experienced most recently, a special Christmas party.
This past Saturday we had a chance to attend the party for the first time and I have to say Lily had a wonderful time.
The festivities kicked off with a short play, “The Life and Time of Santa Claus” presented by Stage Right, an acting school for kids in Greensburg.
The play told the story about how Santa Claus became the person that we all know and love today.
The kids did a wonderful job and really entertained the kids.
After their performance, the cast sat on the floor and invited the kids to come up and meet them. Lily was so excited that she got to give a high-five to Mrs. Claus.
Then the kids were invited to do a holiday themed craft.
Each child received a picture of Santa’s sleigh on a snowy wonderland and they were given stickers to use to decorate the picture.
If there are stickers involved, we are there. Lily absolutely loves stickers and she really enjoyed doing the craft.
While we were completing our picture the announcement was made that Santa was there and he was ready to meet with the children.
I was really proud of Lily she did a great job meeting him and telling him what she wanted for Christmas (a Paw Patrol playset) and wasn’t really nervous. I think introducing her to a lot of characters at Disney really helped.
And the perfect ending to any event is cake.
Lily informed me that her favorite snack is cake and she loved having her piece before we headed out to do more Christmas shopping.
We can’t thank the Uniontown Public Library enough for putting on such a wonderful event. (I was also told that the Greek Catholic Union, which I have a life insurance policy through, paid for the performance from Stage Right. So thank you to them.)
Do you participate in any special holiday events in your community? Leave your comments below.