At 11:01 a.m. on 15 November 2013, Santa was spotted in Lehi! Did you see him too?
You've never really thrown a Christmas Party until the real Santa Claus comes to visit. His calendar fills up fast, so it would not be amiss to schedule him now. Call Santa at 801-404-1241 and Bernard the Elf will be happy to put your party on Santa's calendar.
Santa is back in town! Oh yeah, he makes trips south often, and can often be seen dropping by the Payson Market in Payson, Utah.
Have you seen Santa? He's in disguise you know. He dyes his hair and beard reddish brown during the year so he can trip around the lower 48. LIKE his Facebook page and keep track of what he's up to and tell us, "Where in Utah is Santa Claus?" Send your pictures to santaisback7 at gmail dot com, and we'll post them on the page! We'll also keep track of the sightings on a map!
Mrs. Tanner takes Christmas VERY seriously. When Santa dropped by the Tanner Family Christmas to hand out toys to the little boys and girls, Mrs. Tanner decided she needed a moment on Santa's lap. He listened intently as Mrs. Tanner laid out what was needed for Christmas to be perfect this year.
The "Real Santa" is crazy busy today because tonight he has to hop in his sleigh and travel at the speed of light, maybe faster, to visit every little boy and girl in the world.
NORAD, The North American Aerospace Defense Command, is reprising its annual role of tracking Santa as he speeds around the world. You can watch Santa on his journey at www.noradsanta.org. So snuggle up with Mom and Dad, drink some yummy hot chocolate or egg nog, and watch with millions of others as Santa brings Christmas cheer to every child.
It was a fun weekend to see Santa interacting with the Twist & Shout kids and making his appearance on the stage multiple times. The little kids were stripping their gears that Santa was offstage watching them perform. Every time they looked over at them he gave them a big smile and they performed all the harder. It was heartwarming, to say the least.
This is Santa's busiest season, but he still has time to visit all the little kids who parents and grandparents ask him to come. So be sure and call him at 801-473-5232 and the "real Santa" will show up at your party!
It's a wonderful Christmastime! That's the theme of this year's Twist & Shout Christmas Concert. Heather Hunt, the show's director and Mrs. Claus were college roommates, so Miss Heather called Mrs. Claus and the deal was done. Santa Claus will be at this year's Christmas Concert in Spanish Fork, Utah!
TWO NIGHTS -- TWO SHOWS filled with song and dance dedicated to Christmas.
December 14, 2012 - 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
December 15, 2012 - 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
American Leadership Academy
898 West 1100 South
Spanish Fork, UT
with Special Guests
Ryann Race of So You Think You Can Dance, Season 4
Island Dolls (world renowned dance troupe)
The Twist & Shout gang has prepared an amazing Christmas concert for you, the best they've put on yet. Art Director, Heather Hunt, is at her best this year as is every member of the group. From the adorable 3 to 6-year-old boys, to the men and women, each group has prepared wonderful numbers celebrating the Christmas season.
Ryann Race is a frequent guest performer of Twist & Shout concerts. He and Heather go back a long way, and he is a favorite with Twist & Shout audiences. His popping and locking amaze everyone from the youngest to the oldest audience members.
Island Dolls was created by reknowned choreographer Ammon Kai Kamai and run by Tahitian Master, Merehau Teragahau Kamai. Island Dolls perform in various events sharing the Polynesian culture as well as their modern twist to the Tahitian culture. They've graced stages from Las Vegas to Radio City Hall, from Tokyo to London.. They've toured with MTV and pop stars, and are delighted to be joining Twist & Shout for their Christmas celebration.
And now Santa will be there as well. The concert is free, so bring all your family and friends and enjoy the song, dance and laughter. And then, if you so desire, you may have your picture taken with the "Real Santa."
Contact Mrs. Claus by emailing her, or calling her at 801-473-5232.
A story that has rarely been told is when Santa Claus went to worship the Baby Jesus at the manger. Oh, long after the Three Wisemen, shepherds and angels had left, Santa flew quietly into Bethlehem to honor the Baby Jesus. After all, time means nothing to Santa. He can fly his reindeer to the past and into the future. And one particularly difficult Christmas in 1942, Santa decided to go to Bethlehem on that oh so holy night long ago. He wanted a reminder as to why he did what he did, for Jesus had inspired him to share love, joy, and laughter throughout the world.
It was many years before Santa realized that sacred moment had been captured in a beautiful painting by a famous artist.
So on Christmas morning, one month from today, don't forget that you're also celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ as much as you are excited about the gifts you've received.