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SantaFest


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Santa Claus will be navigating the beltway to make his way to Springfield Town Center on November 10, 2018, for SantaFest!

He might be a little stressed after figuring out the beltway and all the flyovers, but he’ll be ready and jolly to greet your kiddos and hear their Christmas wishes.

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After your visit with Santa, mingle and jingle with Frozen’s Elsa and Anna, play seasonal games and activities, create and take a holiday ornament, and more!

This event is free to attend; however, registration is required.

The holiday fun all happens at Grand Court at Springfield Town Center, located at 6500 Springfield Mall, Springfield, VA 22150.

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