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Saturday, October 3, 2015 Luncheon

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Santa Tom Long, Manager of Captain Georges Seafood Restaurant, Williamsburg, VA, has again offered his Restaurant for the Santa Luncheon.

 

The luncheon will be on Saturday, October 3, 2015.  The time for the luncheon will be 11:00 AM - 3:00PM.

 

The restaurant is located at 5363 Richmond Road, Williamsburg, VA 23188

 

Please arrive no later than 11:00 AM.  You may start arriving at 10:00 AM.

 

Those who have attended previous luncheons at Captain Georges can attest to the wonderful food and desserts on the buffet and the friendly and helpful staff.

 

You will leave hungry only if you don't eat. 

 

The luncheon will again be a full buffet, including crab legs.   The all inclusive price will be $33 per person - CASH ONLY AT THE DOOR.  The price includes the buffet, your drink (non alcoholic), tax, and gratuity.  (The regular price would be over $40 per person.)

 

The Quality Inn hotel next door is offering rooms for "Santa Group" at $69 plus tax per night.  5351 Richmond Road, Williamsburg, VA 23188

phone 757-645-3636

(NOTE: If you go on line you might be able to book a room at the same hotel for a cheaper rate)

 

If you plan to attend Please provide Santa Paul Davis with the names of those planning to attend.  This will allow Santa Paul and Santa Rich to have some type of accountability and so that name tags can be prepared.  

You can contact

Santa Paul at jollyolesanta@msn.co 

 

No payment is required until you arrive at the restaurant on October 3.  You will pay the restaurant cashier $33 per person cash. 

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Michael Rielly

Make sure you add it to the Calendar. The Calendar now has an RSVP feature as well as a way to connect images from the event.

Edited by Michael Rielly

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Carlsbad Santa

Had planned to attend, but with the weather from a NorEaster and Hurricane Joaquin causing flooding and constant rain for the past two days, I decided to stay home.

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Felix Estridge

 

 

 

Had planned to attend, but with the weather from a NorEaster and Hurricane Joaquin causing flooding and constant rain for the past two days, I decided to stay home.

 

 

 

Wise decision, from what I have seen about it all.

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Bestemor Claus

I hope everyone remains safe and safe travels

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Ol Santa

Wish I could be there but...

        ...Ol' Santa here.   I just returned from the "Meat Pie Festival" in Natchitoches, LA. and have gotten back on the "Half

Fast Diet" that has worked so successfully for me.    I'm just a little bit afraid my big ol' Santa belt that's 4" wide and 3/16"

thick wouldn't stand up to that kind of punishment!

Ol' Santa 

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