This year, due to Covid-19 restrictions, we find that we are not able to hold our annual Breakfast with Santa.  So, we decided to move our holiday celebration outside and welcome some friendly reindeer.  The details for the event are as follows:

  • The event will be held on DECEMBER 19TH from 2 PM - 5 PM 

  • The event will be held in the PARKING LOT BEHIND THE CONSERVATORY COMMUNITY CENTER, 2665 S. JEBEL WAY. Please park on Conservatory Parkway if you are driving.

  • The reindeer will be in a pen where the children can pet them.  We have been assured that the reindeer don't bite.

  • Please don't bring food for the reindeer!

  • Please don't bring any dogs to the event!  Dogs can make the reindeer nervous. So, please be thoughtful and leave your 4-legged babies at home.

  • There will be a sleigh at the event where you can take pictures of your kiddos.  So, bring your cameras!!

  • We are still dealing with Covid-19.  So, everyone must wear your mask!!!

  • We are limited by Health Department guidelines to the number of people we can accommodate all at once at the event. 

    • We request that you sign up for this event.  Click here to sign up for the event

    • Please make sure you stay 6 feet away from any people not from your household.

    • There may be a line, so please be considerate and limit both your time petting the reindeer and your time at the sleigh to allow others to enjoy the event.

    • We will have hand sanitizing stations near the reindeer pen.  Please utilize them as much as possible.

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  • We will be collecting food for families of students in need in the Aurora Public School System.  These families have fallen on hard times and some are in transitional housing.  So, lets show the charitable spirit in our neighborhood by helping our fellow citizens in Aurora and lend a hand to make their holiday meal a special one.  We will be accepting non-perishable food at the event.  If you prefer, King Sooper gift cards will also be accepted so that the staff can purchase turkeys or hams for the meals.