Kids of all ages can see Santa when he arrives at the Chahko Mika Mall on November 30.

Santa Claus arrives at Chahko Mika Mall on Saturday

Santa will be at the mall throughout the month to listed to what all of Nelson’s girls and boys want for Christmas this year.

Nothing says Christmas to little kids like Santa Claus. And, the “jolly old elf” will be coming to Nelson’s Chahko Mika Mall (1150 Lakeside Drive) on Saturday, November 30 at noon.

Everyone is invited to come down to the mall and join in the celebration of Santa’s arrival.

Santa will be at the mall throughout the month to listed to what all of Nelson’s girls and boys want for Christmas this year.

For more information on his arrival, or to visit his workshop, please visit the mall website at:

chahkomikamall.com.

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