Santa's on his way to Lake Forest Park

Friday, November 25, 2016

Santa's coming to LFP
Santa’s on his way to Lake Forest Park to launch the holiday season beginning this Friday.

He will take up residence at the Town Center at Lake Forest Park, intersection of Bothell and Ballinger Way.

The Jolly Old Elf will be in residence to hear the Christmas wishes of children great and small.

A photographer will be at the ready to take photos with Santa in the traditional Frederick and Nelson set that we all grew up with!

🎄Here's Santa's schedule.



2 comments:

Trumaine Hillard December 27, 2016 at 4:25 PM  

We have been coming here for years.This year was a lityle didferent for some reason. We waited patiently for 45 min to get our kids photo with Santa. Watching other little kids have numerous chances to get their picture just right.When it was our turn to have my 7yr old son and 1yr old daughter take their picture. We were rushed go hurry up by Santa. My Daughter starts to cry when she gets on his lap. Which is normal for most 1yr olds.A lady with a Elmo doll is there trying to get the baby to smile. That lasted all of 10 sec, and santa repeatedly says get her get now. Reffering to my daughter. Every other kid in line did the same thing, but had plenty of opportunities to get a smile. I hate to say it. We were the only African Amaerican family there. I cant help to think tgis had something to do with it. I was very obvious. Even people in line appalled. The mentioned it. My wife was very up set to the point of tears. She explained to a giel collecting the money. Who happen to be Asian. She was very nice and allowed us to retake the picture's. You can tell Santa was not happy.
Long story but... We will never go back to this place again. It sad because it was a tradition for us.

DKH December 27, 2016 at 8:48 PM  

This is Olin Viydo, with Arthur & Associates. Apologies to have to introduce myself under these circumstances. This is the first we are hearing about this occurrence. We pride ourselves on our customer service, and the experience we try to provide to each and every family that comes to see us - so as you can imagine, it is disheartening to hear about something like this.

If you would please be so kind as to pass on my contact information to the family, I would appreciate the opportunity to speak with the mother or father to get a better understanding of what happened.

Olin V.
206.334.8305
olinv@arthurandassociates.com
Arthur & Assoc. Holiday Photography

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