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Santa arrives to Turtle Creek Mall

Santa will visit with children Monday-Sunday at Turtle Creek Mall. Source: Flickr Creative Commons. Santa will visit with children Monday-Sunday at Turtle Creek Mall. Source: Flickr Creative Commons.
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

Santa Claus is coming to town....SATURDAY!

Turtle Creek Mall announced that Santa has arrived to town to kick off the holiday season. 

Santa will arrive to Turtle Creek Mall in Coca-Cola's iconic holiday truck at 10 a.m. Guests are encouraged to stand near the mall's exterior entrance by Chuck E. Cheese as he makes his way from the musical 18 wheeler to his holiday home. 

Shortly after, children of all ages are invited to watch a special screening of two short holiday films. 

Turtle Creek Mall and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, along with DreamWorks Animation, are pleased to present a special screening of Frosty the Snowman and Kung Fu Panda Holiday. The big screen will be located in front of Sears, near Shoe Show. The first film will be begin around 10:15 a.m.

Santa will be available to hear children's Christmas wishes Monday through Saturday fro 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sundays from noon to 6 p.m. 

Santa's house is located in the Dillard's Court. 

Visits with Santa are free, and photo package purchases will be available. 

A variety of photo packages include a free $10 or $20 Promo Card from Shutterfly, the premier online site that enables you to turn photos into photo books, cards, and gifts. This year shoppers can also add the Santa photo download to their package, to personalize their photos online by adding stickers, as well as
numerous borders.

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