Santa is making his list and checking it twice. He is getting ready to visit homes on Christmas Eve.
Santa has been visiting good little boys and girls in Swarthmore homes since the 1890s (Click here to read about the first 27 years!) no matter how deep the snow or bitter the cold winds… and he’s ready to visit again this year!
To request a visit for children 10 years or younger who will be in Swarthmore on Christmas Eve, parents or grandparents can contact Santa’s workshop and send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. (No later than noon on December 23, please.)
Special Safety Guidelines
Though 2020 and 2021 have been difficult years, Santa wants to bring cheer once again. Here are some safety guidelines for his visit:
▪ Santa wants to visit your home and may stay outside this year, on your porch or perhaps on your driveway. If you prefer Santa come inside just let us know. Santa will be wearing a mask.
▪ Santa will need to remain 6 feet or more from your family and will need your help to ensure that everyone stays socially distanced
▪ Santa will arrive – between 9:00 PM and 2:00 AM – when children good children should be in bed. Santa is more magical when children are half asleep
▪ Once you sign up, you will receive other information in your confirmation email.
Santa Wants To Visit You!
Christmas is a joyous time every year and Santa wants to share the joy of the season with you.