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Enjoy breakfast with Santa in Stateline on Saturday

Autumn Whitney
Have breakfast and take your picture with Santa on Saturday, Dec. 10.
Courtesy / Kahle Community Center |

Get into the holiday spirit this Saturday, Dec. 10, with Kahle Community Center’s Breakfast with Santa, an annual event that dates back approximately 20 years. Tahoe Douglas Fire Department will cook up pancakes for all who attend the event, which is sponsored by Mott Canyon Grill and held at Kahle Community Center from 9-11 a.m.

“It’s a good event that the community gets to plan on every year, have fun and get in the spirit of Christmas, see friends and get another picture for the scrapbook. Many people have a series of pictures of their kids growing up and having their picture taken with Santa at Kahle,” community center recreation coordinator Tobias Donahue said.

Guests are able to enjoy the breakfast — which includes pancakes, berries, coffee, hot chocolate and juices — for $3, and have their picture taken with Santa Claus for $5. The photograph will be placed in a picture holder, which attendees can decorate at a dedicated station.

“Everyone is welcome, but it’s geared towards younger children — pre-kindergarten until about third grade. Really everyone is welcome and has fun,” Donahue said.

Zephyr Cove Ski Club will also be present at the event and conducting sign-ups for youth interested in learning to ski and snowboard.

For additional information about Breakfast with Santa, call Kahle Community Center at 775-586-7271.

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