Carolina Place mall celebrates the season with fun events
Santa has arrived at Carolina Place mall in Pineville and he is bringing fun with him. Santa is making his home away from home in Dillard's Court through December 24. On Saturday, December 1, your little elves can enjoy a catered breakfast that includes an art station, take-home holiday craft and story time with Santa. Events begin at 8 a.m. and all proceeds benefit the Special Olympics of Mecklenburg County. Tickets are $5 per person.
Ready for an up close and personal view of how the elves help Santa get his big job done? Don't miss Elf Academy for kids six and younger on Saturday, December 8 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Kids will transform into certified Santa's Helpers by completing a series of crafts and activity stations. Each participating child will receive a personalized Elf Academy certificate singed by Santa and Rudolph.
Pet Photos with Santa
Don't forget Fido's list for Santa. Pet Photo night is every Monday from 6 p.m. till close through December 17. Dogs and cats only please.
Carolina Place is a drop-off location for the Salvation Army's Angel Tree. Shoppers can bring a new, unwrapped present for a child up to age 14 through December 12.
Brighten up the holidays and shopping experience and enjoy Community Stage, a series of performances through out the mall from local choral groups. Performance dates are Dec. 10-12 and Dec. 17-19.
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