“The best way to spread Christmas Cheer, is singing loud for all to hear.” – Buddy the Elf, Elf (2003)
On Saturday, December 15th family and friends came together to celebrate the Christmas season with family and friends! There were tons of surprises in-store for all, especially for the kids of Noble! This is Noble Gas Solutions’ second time hosting a family-friendly Christmas party at their corporate office/warehouse. Party guests had the chance to mesh work-family with home-family during this joyous occasion.
Ponies and Bunnies and Lambs, Oh My!
Guests celebrating the holiday were joined by some special furry friends. All the children lined up for pony rides and couldn’t contain their excitement while petting the bunnies – so soft they almost couldn’t let go! The lambs and goats felt very loved with children going back-and-forth between the feeding station and animal pen…and back again!
While most kids were distracted by the petting zoo and pony rides, others were more focused on the crafts section. There was an array of indoor entertainment available. There were Christmas coloring books, cookie decorating, and photo booths with funny, festive props! Mrs. Claus took care of all the little children in the crafts center and posed for a picture or two herself.
Of course, she kept hearing the same question, “Is Santa coming?”
Santa Clause is Coming to Town
The sound of jingle bells preceded the arrival of Santa Clause, himself. Santa was quickly surrounded by excited little boys and girls hoping to get on his nice list. All the children took turns telling Santa what they hoped to get for Christmas. Some went back to a couple of times to make sure he heard them right!
Santa wasn’t the only surprise Noble had up the chimney for their guests. Mrs. Clause joined the festive array to help Santa sort out his sack of presents! One-by-one every child received a present from Mr. and Mrs. Clause with huge smiles on their faces. What a photo opp moment for parents!
We hope everyone holiday celebrations are as successful as our Christmas Party! Don’t forget to contact us for any questions on holiday hours.