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Four Things to Do in Maryland Heights This December

Elf Land

Thies Farm & Market

ELF LAND at Thies Farm & Market is now open! Find your way through the maze to the Elf workshop and slide down Santa’s chimney. Andy’s famous train is a must-see in the market plus there will be hot cocoa, cookies, and candy canes. You can also find Christmas trees, pine roping, Poinsettias, Amish candy, local crafts, and of course fresh produce. Open Tuesday through Saturday, 9am-5pm and Sunday, 10am-4pm.

24 Days of Elfmas
December 1st–24th
Maryland Heights Community Center

Hey everybody, it’s your old friend Merl Lynn Ikes the Elf! I’m up to my old tricks again, hiding around Maryland Heights. Be sure to look for my picture on the Parks & Recreation Facebook page between December 1-24th. Think you know where I am? Put your guess in the comments for a chance to win a prize! The more you guess during the 24 Days of Elfmas, the more chances you have to win!
 

 
 

 
 

 
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Letters to Santa
December 1st–16th
Maryland Heights Community Center

Santa’s elves are dropping off the North Pole Postal Service Mailbox to the Community Center lobby! Starting December 1st, your child can drop-off their letter to Santa with a self-addressed stamped envelope and a letter form. Letterforms will be available online and at the Community Center & must be included in order for Santa to write back. Stamps and envelopes will be available for purchase at the Welcome Desk for $1.

Learn more here!

 

 

Skate with Santa
Sunday, December 5th
Centene Community Ice Center

Join Santa Claus as he preps for all those cookies with a little cardio! You will skate in the outdoor rink at the Centene Community Ice Center and children will have an opportunity to pass along their holiday wish list and take photos with Santa. There will also be holiday music and festive décor. Cost includes admission and skate rental. Register today!

Learn more here!

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