Do you hear that, Copperas Cove? It sounds like eight tiny reindeer. That means Santa's on his way, and you can bet he's hungry after such a long flight. That's why you and your family are invited to share breakfast and cookies with the big guy.

Have Breakfast with Santa Claus in Copperas Cove

Copperas Cove Parks and Rec and the Youth Advisory Council (YAC) will host Breakfast with Santa on Saturday, December 11 from 8:30 AM to 11:00 AM. The fun will happen at the Copperas Cove Civic Center, 1206 W Avenue B.

This festive, tasty fundraising event will feature breakfast (of course), pictures with Santa, music, arts & crafts, and more. The best part: It's family-oriented, so everything's suitable for kids of all ages.

Tickets are $7 for kiddos, $5 for adults, and free for kids 0-2 years of age. Stop by the Civic Center to get yours today, because tickets are limited and sales end December 10.

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Adaptive Cookies with Santa Follows the Breakfast

Santa is in every kid's corner, including children with physical or mental special needs.

To make sure everyone has a chance to enjoy fun with Mr. Claus this Christmas season, Parks & Rec and the YAC will also be hosting an Adaptive Cookies with Santa celebration just a couple of hours after the breakfast.

The event is scheduled for 2 PM to 5 PM, and will also take place at the Civic Center. Tickets are $5 per child, $3 per adult, and free for kids 2 and under. Just like the breakfast, tickets are limited, and sales end Dec. 10.

Have Questions?

If you need more information about either event, don't be shy. Just give Copperas Cove Parks & Rec a call at (254) 542-2719 and they'll be happy to help you out.

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