As tropical our country is, a lot of us still dream of a white Christmas, and no matter how those Grinches tell us that Santa Claus isn’t real, we still aspire for our heartfelt Christmas wishes. One afternoon, we trooped to SM City North EDSA to see what it’s like to have a North Pole Christmas and just be kids again. Read more…
At the SM City North EDSA’s Skydome, Santa’s elves brought a number of North Pole displays to make us feel the joy of Christmas. Getting into these displays is free for everyone, and individually, the booths have activities lined up this Christmas season.
Santa’s Den is what Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus call their home. You can catch Santa too and get your photo taken with him on all Sundays of December every 4pm. On Mondays and Fridays until January 10, there’s Santa Memories every 4pm to 6pm.
Mrs. Claus Kitchen is a really sweet looking cabin where Mrs. Claus bakes her goodies for Santa and his elves when they are away. Santa and his elves need sweet treats after a day at work! In the kitchen, Goldilocks holds cupcake decorating all Saturdays and Sundays until January 8 every 4pm and cake decorating all Fridays until January 6 every 4pm.
Santa’s Mailroom is where Santa and his elves go through our letters and wishes, so better let him know what you really want for Christmas! Every Saturday and Sunday until January 8, there’s a Christmas arts, craft, and coloring session at 3pm and 5pm.
Toyshop has cute teddy bears and stuffed animals, some beautiful dolls, and exciting train sets! There’s a gift donation drive by Bearhuggs until January 10. Bearhuggs and Sanrio are displaying their limited edition toys in Gifts We Love for People We Love until January 10 too.
Reindeer Farm is where Rudolph lives with the other reindeers that aid Santa in delivering gifts to everyone. Every Saturday until January 6, it features A Day in the Life of an Elf storytelling at 6pm, while there’s also a film viewing on Fridays until December 23 at 4pm.
Bring cheer this holiday season to your family and friends by visiting the North Pole at SM City North EDSA! The North Pole is open until January 10, 2012.