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  1. DeputyDogRick

    Little Wings

    The last two years I have appeared with the Adaptive Ballet in Milford, Ct and it has become one of the most endearing events of the Season. I hope all of your seasons were Merry and Bright
  2. It is without a doubt that I am very excited and happy to announce that Santa Johnathan Burton, host of The Professional Santa Claus Podcast will be our special guest speaker Saturday October 6th at our 9th Annual Northwest Santa Workshop. The annual event is held at Great Wolf Lodge in Grand Mound, WA and is a two day event Oct 5th & 6th. This year we have announced two $250 scholarships will be awarded to NORPAC members to attend the workshop. Registrations and room bookings with be opening soon - stay tuned for more details.
  3. Well 2018 and so too the Santa School season With a LOT of choices this year from various schools I will be teaching the "Santa and the Business of being Santa" school with the 4 instructors that have franchised under my Brand. There are 4 US instructors working across the lower 48 and 1 in Canada. The current schedule for classes are: Greater Atlanta, GA – Saturday & Sunday, Feb. 17 – Feb. 18, 2018 – 8 am to 6 pm SUN CITY, CA EDITION –Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 24th-25th, 2018 – 9 am to 6 pm both days GARLAND, TX EDITION –Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 24th-25th, 2018 SHREVEPORT, LA EDITION – Saturday & Sunday, March 17th-18th, 2018 – 9 am to 6 pm each day. LAS VEGAS, NV EDITION –Saturday and Sunday, April 28th-29th, 2018 – 9 am to 6 pm both days. HOUSTON, TX EDITION – Saturday & Sunday, May 26th-27th, 2018 – 9 am to 6 pm each day. STROUD, OK EDITION – Saturday & Sunday, May 5th-6th, 2018 – 9 am to 6 pm each day. WILLIAMSBURG, VA EDITION –Tuesday and Wednesday, May 15th-16th, 2018 – 9 am to 6 pm both days. NASHVILLE, TN EDITION – Saturday & Sunday, June 2nd-3rd, 2018 – 9 am to 6 pm each day. RIO RANCHO, NM EDITION – Saturday & Sunday, AUG 11th-12th, 2018 – 9 am to 6 pm each day. Vancouver, British Columbia Canada- Saturday & Sunday July 14-15 2018 - 9 am to 6 pm each day More classes are being scheduled and all it takes is ten full tuition students to have a class in your area! Cost is still $250 for student and a sponsored guest that shares your books is only $100. All prices US. Included in the cost of the school are the three Textbooks with over 560 pages of text, small props, hand outs and written notes along with a diploma and 12 months of mentoring through contact with the 5 instructors with a combined experience of over 130 years. To find out more go to satbobs.com to read about the school, schedule and the textbooks. May your season be Joyous! Thank you, Gordon Bailey Owner/operator Satbobs.com
  4. NORPAC SANTAS is very excited to announce that we are bringing True back!! Last fall we brought Santa True's CPW to our 8th Annual Northwest Santa Workshop and it was a great success! True left our attendees wanting more. So, we are so happy to have him back June 9th & 10th in the Seattle area ( Sumner, WA ) for two full days of intense training only True can do! Make your plans now to Join Us. NORPAC SANTAS Members and Non-Members welcome to attend. Go to our website NORPAC-SANTAS.ORG for registration form and to pay via PayPal.
  5. Hello to Mrs. Claus' Everywhere, I found a website that has great recipes for making Reindeer Food. These recipes are easy, and fun to teach children to do. Without further ado, here they are: Check out these simple recipes below to make your very own magic reindeer food. Magic Reindeer food poem: Sprinkle on your lawn Christmas Eve night The moon will make it sparkle bright Santa’s reindeer fly and roam This will help them find your home. Magic Reindeer Food Recipe 1 ingredients: 1 cup cereal flakes, 1/4 cup raisins, 1/4 cups nuts, 4 tablespoons green sugar, 4 tablespoons red sugar (add food coloring to make colored sugar, it’s cheaper than buying the different colors) Step 1: Combine all ingredients in a bowl Step 2: Store in a zip-lock bag Step 3: Spread on your lawn Christmas Eve or place in a cup next to Santa’s cookies. Write a note for Santa so he knows it’s for his reindeer *************************************************************************************************************************** Magic Reindeer Food Recipe 2 Ingredients: 1 cup rolled oats or dried oatmeal,2 teaspoons cinnamon, 4 tablespoons red sugar, 4 tablespoons green sugar Step 1: Combine all ingredients in a bowl. Step 2: Store in a zip-loc bag Step 3: Spread on your lawn Christmas Eve or place in a cup next to Santa’s cookies. Write a note for Santa so he knows it’s for his reindeer. ********************************************************************************************************************************************* Magic Reindeer Food Recipe 3 Ingredients: 1 cup bran cereal, 1 cup oats, 1/2 cup raisins, 1/2 cup shredded coconut Step 1: Combine all ingredients in a bowl Step 2: Store in a zip-lock bag Step 3: Spread on your lawn Christmas Eve or place in a cup next to Santa’s cookies. Write a note for Santa so he knows it’s for his reindeer. ************************************************************************************************************************************************** Here is a recipe below, that uses some of the above ingredients, to make "reindeer" treats to keep in the fridge, for the 2-legged Reindeer, lol. Reindeer Snacks Ingredients: 2 cups of Magic Reindeer Food Recipe 3, 1/2 cup peanut butter, small pretzel shape pretzels, M&M’s or small circular candy Step 1: Pour 2 cups of the magic reindeer food recipe 3 in a bowl. Step 2: Add in 1/2 cup of peanut butter. Mix well. Step 3: Place mixture in the refrigerator for 30 minutes. The mixture will harden a little bit. Step 4: Take a spoonful of the mixture and roll it into a ball. This will be the reindeer’s head. Step 5: Use the M&M’s to make the eyes and nose. You can use red M&M’s to make Rudolph. Step 6: Place 1 pretzel on each side of the reindeer’s head to make the antlers. Step 7: Keep your reindeer snacks in the refrigerator until you are ready to eat them. ****************************************************************************************** Here is the source website for all the recipes I included above. http://www.kidsplayandcreate.com/how-to-make-magic-reindeer-food-for-santas-reindeer/ Enjoy!!! Holly Claus (Rev Kim).
  6. New England Santa Society has announced the formation of the New England Santa Academy and its inaugural program coming up August 19-21 in Greenfield, NH. The Academy will offer an intensive weekend of learning, sharing, fellowship and fun. The goal is to create a memorable, rewarding experience that will continue beyond the event to foster the ongoing fellowship of the New England Santa Society and the broader brotherhood of those who wear the red suit. The New England Santa Academy is a school for Santas created and taught by NESS members. The event will offer two levels: a comprehensive course for beginners and a theme-based seminar for experienced Santas. The event will run Friday evening to Sunday afternoon. Preparing for the Sleigh INTRODUCTORY COURSE The introductory course for the new and beginning Santa, Mrs. Claus & helper will provide a broad overview of the role, business and activities of Santa. Through a variety of lessons, panels, discussions, and activities, participants will gain the knowledge and tools needed to take on the job of being Ole Saint Nick or his helpers. The following is the tentative curriculum for the introductory course. History of Santa Claus Being Santa Claus Looking the Part Business of Being Santa Finding Work as Santa Marketing Your Services The Santa Performance In the Chair What Santa Needs to Know Santa Resources Lessons from the Sleigh SANTA SEMINAR NESS Academy will also offer an advanced, theme-based seminar program for the experienced Santa, Mrs. Claus, and helper. The program will take an in-depth look at some aspect of the Santa experience as it relates to each individual. A different theme will be offered each year then rotated on a 3-5 year schedule. These will be more participant-directed with a focus on self-assessment, personal reflection, individualized study, peer review, small group discussions, sharing and workshop activities. Participants in this program will also be involved in components of the introductory course, teaching, sharing, discussing and mentoring the novice Santas. Due to the advanced nature of the program and participants’ role in helping teach the introductory course, experience prerequisites are needed for participation. Applicants should have completed an introductory Santa course of some kind and have three or more years experience with numerous appearances as Santa. If space allows, those will less experience may be allowed to participate. Being Your Own Santa When we first become Santa, we learn what we need to know, how to dress, what to say, how to perform, etc. Our goal is to fit the mold of the traditional Santa. But as time goes on, we realize there is not a single cookie-cutter Santa that we all must match. Every Santa is unique and there are opportunities for all types, forms, styles, looks and personalities. The first of these advanced programs is an exploration of your own personal Santa, where he is now and where he wants to go. The activities will lead you through a assessment of past experiences as Santa, Mrs. Claus or helper, identifying areas for growth, and development of a plan of action. Here is a overview of the program topics: Where Are You Now? Review of Past Santa Activities Assessment of Skills & Characteristics Peer Evaluation of Current Profile Where Do You Want to Be? Identifying the Santa You Want to Be The Role(s) You Want to Play The Events You Want to Do Goals You Want to Achieve Areas for Personal Growth Opportunities for Professional Advancement How Will You Get There? Creating a Plan of Action Focusing Your Goals Creating Attainable Objectives Identifying Activities for Success Planning Your Journey Setting the Timetable Monitoring Your Progress New England Santa Academy Information & Registration The Barbara C. Harris Camp & Conference Center, in rural southern New Hampshire, offers a secluded but modern facility. It is central to all New England states, not far off the highways, and about an hour from major airports. Located on Otter Lake and surrounded by woodlands, the site will provide an idyllic, natural environment for relaxation, reflection and recreation. Our group will have almost exclusive use of the facilities. Swimming, boating, hiking and recreational activities will be available. The program fee includes all six meals, lodging and program materials. Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be served at set times in the camp dining hall. Kitchenettes are available in the common areas of the lodges. A number of housing options are available to meet individual desires and budgets. The number of spaces available for each option is limited. In order to maximize the number of people who can attend, individuals are asked to share a room if at all possible. Contact us if you need a private single room. NESS Academy fees vary by the lodging option chosen. Couples are welcome to attend. A “spouse” option for those not attending the school is offered to cover lodging, meals, use of the facilities and group social activities. St. John’s and St. Mark’s Lodges: These modern hotel-style lodges each have twelve bedrooms. All of the bedrooms have two beds, some with two double beds and others with a double and a twin bed. Each room has its own bathroom with a shower and is comfortably appointed to make you feel right at home. Bedding and towels are provided. ◦ Lodge (hotel room) $425.00 per person double occupancy ◾Spouse rate: $275.00 per person double occupancy Adult-friendly Cabins: These cabins features four brand new twin beds, furniture, and hotel-style amenities. They have up to four-person occupancy available. Bedding and towels are provided. (Only 2 cabins available.) ◦Adult Cabin (sleeps 4) $380.00 per person ◾Spouse rate: $230.00 per person Standard Cabins: The standard cabins have five sets of bunk beds and a bathroom with two toilets, sinks and showers. Guests provide their own bedding, towels and toiletries. ◦Standard Cabin (sleeps 5-10) $340.00 per person ◾Spouse rate: $190.00 per person Space is limited. Register today. To register, visit Eventbrite http://NESS-Academy.eventbrite.com/ and select both a program registration (Introductory Course or Santa Seminar) and a lodging option. Contact us at info@NewEnglandSantaSociety.Org with questions or for alternative arrangements.
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