SANTA’S WAITING TO MEET YOU!
From Saturday 18 November, Santa will be stopping over at Sylvia Park, before he sets off on Christmas Eve to deliver his parcels across the globe.
He’ll be located outside Lush & Glassons near Mickey’s Cafe and every child that visits him this year, visitors to Santa will receive a unique children's booked developed by Kiwi Property. As a partner to the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand we have created "Where's Hollys Hat" a Christmas story with a difference.
BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL: BOOKINGS AVAILABLE HERE
Walk in's accepted if space is available.
SANTA’S HOURS OF RESIDENCE ARE:
- Sat 18 Nov – Sun 19 Nov, 9 am - 5 pm
- Mon 20 Nov – Wed 22 Nov, 10am - 4pm
- Thu 23 Nov – Fri 24 Nov 10 am – 7pm
- Sat 25 Nov – Sun 26 Nov, 9am - 5pm
- Mon 27 Nov – Wed 29 Nov, 10am - 4pm
- Thu 30 Nov – Fri 1 Dec, 10 am – 7pm
- Sat 2 Dec – Sun 3 Dec, 9am - 5pm
- Mon 4 Dec – Tue 5 Dec, 10am - 5pm
- Wed 6 Dec, 9.30 am - 5 pm
- Thu 7 Dec – Fri 8 Dec, 9 am – 7pm
- Sat 9 Dec – Wed 13 Dec, 9 am - 5 pm
- Thu 14 Dec – Fri 15 Dec, 9 am – 7pm
- Sat 16 Dec – Tue 19 Dec, 9 am - 8 pm
- Wed 20 Dec, 9 am – 9 pm
- Thu 21 – Sat 23 Dec, 9am – 10pm
- Sun 24 Dec, 8 am – 5 pm
WHERE'S HOLLY'S HAT
This year, visitors to Santa will receive a unique children's book developed by Kiwi Property. As a dedicated partner to the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand, we have created "Where's Holly’s Hat" - a Christmas story with a difference. This children’s book tells the story of Holly, the happiest little Kākāpō bird in Aotearoa. Holly experiences all kinds of feelings when she loses her special Christmas hat and her new bush friends help her to name, understand and manage these emotions.
Learning about emotions and recognising how they affect us is part of developing emotional literacy, helping children to better express their feelings – and consider those of others. As adults, when we model talking openly about our feelings we help create a sense of safety for our tamariki to talk about their own feelings, just like Holly does.
"Where's Holly’s Hat" has been written and developed to support emotional literacy and encourage open conversations between whānau and tamariki this Christmas.
FOR PET PHOTO INFORMATION, CLICK HERE
FOR SENSITIVE SANTA PHOTO INFORMATION, CLICK HERE
*While stocks last; first in, first serve basis.
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