There was plenty of holiday fun on Friday at Someday Farm on Davis Road. Many people enjoyed horse-drawn carriage rides, a hot cocoa bar, the Regency Brass Band, and flickering fire pits at the farm, which is home to Suzanne Koller of Suzanne & Company.
And, of course, Santa Claus was there. Santa arrived in his uniquely handcrafted sleigh, which was all decked out with fascinating features, such as a great sound system to play music (Christmas songs, of course), tinkling bells, and twinkling lights. Kids were thrilled when they got to ride up and down on the sleigh. Sitting in the back seat was Santa’s giant red sack filled with gifts galore. On top of all that fascination and fun, Santa also brought his snow-making machine, much to the surprise and delight of those in attendance. The kids had a lot of fun playing in the snow.
Friday turned out to be a beautiful, warm, and sunny day, especially compared to the previous rain-soaked Sunday when Suzanne & Company’s charity Holiday House Tour was originally going to happen.
In addition to Santa and all the activities at the farm, this was the make-up date for the exterior light tour and reindeer scavenger hunt.
All proceeds from the event are being donated to families in the community in need of help.
Santa Claus enjoys reading books about himself – and there are certainly a lot of them. Staff photo by Wayne BravermanFriday was a bright, sunny, comfortable day, and kids were having a lot of fun in the snow Santa was making. Staff photo by Wayne BravermanPeople had the chance to pat the two horses being used for the carriage ride. Staff photo by Wayne BravermanSanta’s big bag holds a lot of gifts, which will be delivered on Christmas Eve. Staff photo by Wayne BravermanSanta made it snow at the Someday Farm on Friday, much to the surprise and delight of the children and adults. Staff photo by Wayne BravermanThe fire was so delightful at the Someday Farm on Friday. Staff photo by Wayne BravermanFriday at the Someday Farm was merry and bright with lots of Christmas fun for everyone. Staff photo by Wayne Braverman