Breakfast with Santa at Woodruff is Sweet, Whimsical and Well Worth it!

December 13, 2011 2 Comments »
Breakfast with Santa at Woodruff is Sweet, Whimsical and Well Worth it!









From the moment you walk into the Woodruff Arts Center to have Breakfast with old St. Nick, you are wowed by the Christmasy and whimsical atmosphere that’s quite pleasing during this holiday season.







A beautiful room where Santa took pictures with kids

I was invited by AtlantaMoms.com to have Breakfast with Santa at the Woodruff and I was pleased by how pleasant the whole experience was. The staff at the Woodruff were very accommodating to me, being as though I had four of my kids with me and they all had little agendas of their own.













My kids doing more arts & crafts







Jo-Jo being silly showing me his finished Santa

We started the day with arts and crafts and pictures with Santa and my kids just loved making their own Santa Claus. As you can see with my son holding his proudly. And then we have breakfast and it was quite an elaborate spread with all of my favorites dishes. There was Quiche, Bacon, Sausages, Roasted Potatoes, Fruit and you could have  Pancakes or Crepes made to order your way. Delicious!







I had a little bit of everything and it was great!

We then watched the movie Happy Feet with complimentary popcorn. Afterward kids and families were invited to do several different Arts and Craft activities. Then the kiddies listened to an interactive storyteller in the Visions of Santa Coca-Cola Gallery. Inside the gallery at the Storybook Nook, a premier storyteller shared her  favorite holiday tale and she was quite lively and kept the kids attention.

I really learned so much about the Woodruff and had never been there before. My kids were quite amazed and enjoyed seeing the Play, The Christmas Carol as well. My 7-year-old Mikaela wants to be an actress so seeing the little kids in the Christmas Carol truly ignited her interest in acting. And it’s great to know the Woodruff has programs and a summer camp just for aspiring actors!

A picture says a thousand words, and this picture says it all. My family surely enjoyed every minute, every moment at the Woodruff Arts Center. Thank you AtlantaMoms CEO Alicia Hagan and to the Woodruff for being such gracious hosts!







For more information about Holidays at the Woodruff, five weeks of fun-filled holiday festivities for the entire family Click here for a complete schedule of activities throughout the season.



Mrs. Claus and the kids









Santa chatting with my kids at Breakfast







Happy as a kid in a candy store! Or a kid who has seen Santa!

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2 Comments

  1. tami December 15, 2011 at 4:11 am -

    Too fun, nothing like breakfast with Santa

  2. Stephan Hilson December 17, 2011 at 9:36 pm -

    I agree that the place has Christmas ambiance and whimsical mood. I like the wall decors in the first picture. And the art activities sound great, which could help the kids express their creativity. Quiche, Bacon, Sausages, Roasted Potatoes, Fruit and pancake sound delicious too. Thanks for sharing the photos.
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