Remember when Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer came to Santa’s rescue one foggy Christmas Eve? The big man in red returned the favor Saturday in Sanatoga. He unexpectedly joined firefighters on a call for their services.
More than a dozen local fire companies known to The Post have scheduled “Santa runs” or visits schedules for the coming weekend. Fire truck sirens will herald his arrival.
Fire company “Santa Runs” are well-known traditions in the Tri-County area. See Santa ride past your house on a fire truck! Here’s a list of 19 scheduled so far by local volunteers.
If you’d like to get up-close-and-personal with the season’s jolliest elf, plan to be on the municipal plaza at 300 Main St., Schwenksville, Saturday (Dec. 10) from 2-3:30 p.m. Meet Santa, make a craft, and enjoy a snack too.
There was a distinct chill in the air Sunday night in downtown Pottstown, as a crowd gathered for lighting of the borough’s holiday tree in Smith Family Plaza. Santa was there. Candy canes and hot cocoa set the mood for many.
If it seems like Santa Claus will be everywhere at once this weekend, well, it's because he can be! You'll find him, accompanied by volunteer firefighters and in some cases entertainment too, in local municipalities across the Tri-County area.
St. Nick's annual holiday visit to the Freedom Valley YMCA in Pottstown arrives Satuday from 8-11 a.m. Th fund-raiser benefits its nationally-ranked swimming team.