We are pleased and excited to answer the call of the North Pole and take on the amazing responsibility of portraying the Spirit of Christmas. Every child remembers their visit with Santa forever. We want to make sure children of any age's visit results in a lifetime cherished memory.
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St. Nick & MRS. CLAUS
As Saint Nicholas, I am often asked by children, “Are you the real Santa Claus?” My response is, “I am the Spirit of Christmas and I stand for love and giving.”
My story started many years ago when as a Bishop from the East. I brought love to all in my parish through my labors to help others. My gifts brought joy and happiness wherever I went.
My legend as St. Nick grew through the centuries as I traveled from Asia to Europe through Germany, then into the North Lands of ice, snow and reindeer. Santa Claus, as I am also called, clothes in fur from his head to his foot, and grows a beard as white as the snow. When I finally arrive in the United States, it is in a sleigh full of toys pulled by eight tiny reindeer.
That’s the lively and quick story of St. Nick. Though I may come with a bound down the chimney on Christmas Eve, the joy of love and giving on Christmas Day arrives through the heart.
I am known as St. Nick's wife. I enjoy making cookies with the elves, caring for the reindeer and assembling toys with my husband.
It is my responsibility to ensure those here at the North Pole stay in good shape; physically, mentally and spiritually so that you have a magical Christmas.