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Belief in Santa Claus

Santa Claus as we know him today first emerged when the Dutch settlers came to Manhattan on Christmas day 1624. In Holland, Sinterklaas (Santa Claus) wore a red robe while riding a white horse, and cared a bag of gifts to fill the children's stockings. Christmas Carnivals is here with belief in Santa Claus.

Poem: Believe in Santa Claus

The tradition of giving gifts in the winter feast began in ancient Rome
St Nicholas lived many centuries ago
Because of his deeds St Nicholas became the patron saint of children
The spirit of St Nicholas and the tradition of the winter feast
Were handed down to Santa Claus.


The Santa Myth
Elaine Gibson

At some point in every child's life, parents must face the BIG question,What do I tell my child about Santa? When do I tell my child the truth? How do I tell my child that Mom and Dad are really Santa

I approached these details with a great deal of bias from my own childhood. My parents told me the truth before I wanted to hear it. My cousin asked for a bike and Santa brought him one. I had wanted a bike but Santa didn't bring me one. My mother was worried that I would think Santa loved Jimmy more since Jimmy got his wish.


The arrival of Santa on Christmas Eve has become the most anticipated event of the Christmas holiday season. He is recognized around the world as symbolizes love, caring, and gift giving through out the Christmas season. Jolly in the spirit of the season with Christmas Carnivals belief in Santa Claus.

A Merry Christmas to all and to All a Good Night.

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