It’s that time of year again, where children are able to come out and learn all about santa’s factory.
“Well it’s a fun family event. It will introduce a whole new population of people. A whole new group of people to learn about Soule," says executive director Greg Hatcher. "And experience it in a different way. It starts at 4 o’clock and it closes at 8.”
When you come to Santa’s Christmas factory, you will get the opportunity to experience toy making, at it’s finest. And while you are there, you will also learn about the history of Soule, and steam engines.
“You can expect to see snow flurries flying in the alley. There is a snow playing area for the kids to play in. There is a small model train for kids to ride. And of coarse Santa will be here, Santa’s sister and Disney the Rain Dog will be here.”
Now in it’s third year, everyone is welcome to come.
“It’s open to the general public. All ages are welcome. Especially children, children love it and we have adults love it too. Admission is $5 with a $25 maximum per family.”
Since it’s the last night of the season, you may want to get there early.
“And we hope everyone tries to get here before the last tour at 7, because we try to let the last group of people come through because it takes a little while to get through. Because it takes a little while to go through.”