Leah Pearson’s sons Elliot Bouthillier and his brother Kai make sure Mom gets her share of the fixings at a past North Oyster and Area Historical Society Christmas Pancake Breakfast with Santa. The annual pre-Christmas family event happens at Cedar Community Hall on Dec. 2. (Irene Hawthornthwaite photo)

North Oyster historical society inviting Santa for pancakes

Pancake breakfast with Santa is a North Oyster and Cedar area Christmas tradition

Save up an appetite for a heaping helping of pancakes and a visit with Santa this weekend. North Oyster and Area Historical Society is hosting its annual Christmas Pancake Breakfast with Santa on Saturday, Dec. 2.

This North Oyster and Cedar communities Christmas tradition, hosted by NOAHS for nearly 20 years, happens once again at the Cedar Community Hall, 2388 Cedar Rd., where there’ll be an entire morning of fun hands-on activities for the whole family, that includes face and nail painting, stick-on tattoos, cookie decorating, the wheel of surprise, creative crafts table, roaming entertainment by the Mount Arrowsmith Shrine Clowns and NOAHS volunteers, door prizes, raffle draw and photos with Santa by News Bulletin photographer Chris Bush.

The NOAHS Christmas Pancake Breakfast with Santa happens 9 a.m.-noon.

Admission is $6 adults, $3 children.

Help share the Christmas spirit by bringing a non-perishable food item for the NOAHS Christmas hamper or items for babies, such diapers, bottles, formula, sleepers, bedding or receiving blankets, which will be donated to local charities on behalf of the community.

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