The Week Ahead: Santa, Santa Cows and Lights Galore


Week of December 4, 2017
So much festive fun headed this way and all right in our backyard! Our Week Ahead newsletter has one goodie for each day this week like breakfast with Santa himself, cookies with the Chick Fil A Santa Cow or so many holiday light shows. We promise to keep you and your little ones busy and full of spirit this holiday season!

-Monday, Dec. 4 Kids Jump at Gravitopia 9-10 am
REGISTRATION NOT REQUIRED (but encouraged online to ensure spot)
AGE RANGE: Preschoolers, Elementary
Take flight and bounce into some great fun on a Monday.

-Tuesday, Dec. 5 Fountain Inn Chamber’s Annual Christmas Parade
Cost: Free
What a great way to bring in December…and we heard Santa will be there!!!!

-Wednesday, Dec. 6 Kids Day at Color Clay Cafe 11 am- 6 pm
COST: Varies. Kids age 2-12 receive FREE studio fee on one piece each. Studio Fee applies when adults paint. Not valid with pieces purchased to paint another day
Time to get creative and guess what? You can even make great presents for those you love for Christmas!

-Thursday Dec. 7 Cookies with Santa Cow Chick Fil A Mauldin 5-7pm
Cost: FREE
Bring your camera to take pictures with the Cow dressed as Santa and decorate some cookies.

-Friday Dec. 8 Upstate Holiday Light Show at Greenville-Pickens Motor Speedway 5:45-10 pm
Cost: $20 per car
Bring the whole family to the biggest interactive LED light show in the Upstate!! Meet Santa at his workshop, Petting Zoo, Pony Corral & Ice Skating rink!
-Saturday Dec. 9 Breakfast with Santa at Chick Fil A Simpsonville 8:30-10:30 am
Cost: Free
Be sure to bring your camera to snap pics with the big guy himself. And you can write him letters!
-Sunday Dec. 10 TNT Lights Display 6-10 pm
106 Shearbrook Dr. Mauldin SC
Cost: Free but donations welcome Come check out one of the best light shows in the area with the fam!

Erin Kornahrens
Erin Kornahrens is the managing Editor for Hulafrog in Greenville, SC. She went to Winthrop University for her undergraduate degree in Psychology and then got her Master's in Counseling at Columbia International University. She also is currently practicing therapy at a private practice in town. She has lived in Greenville for seven years now after returning to the upstate after going to school and living in Charleston for a few years after. She is married to Paul, mother of Emily, Caleb, and Bryce. She loves being active with her kids and finding out about the great things Greenville and the upstate has for them to do and sharing it. Erin is passionate about giving back and sharing these opportunities with her children and others as well. She also serves as a board member of Switch, which is an organization that educates and brings awareness and human trafficking and helps survivors get out of the life. Erin enjoys quiet time because it is so rare and traveling and trying out new things.

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