Chase Park Plaza host annual Holiday extravaganza

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ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Boys and girls better be on their best behavior Wednesday night because Santa and Mrs. Claus are in St. Louis. The famous duo is here to kick off Chase Park Plaza’s Holiday Extravaganza.

This is a month long event featuring all things Christmas. Tonight is your chance to stop by and get a free photo with Santa from 5 pm until 7 pm. You can also partake in complimentary cookies and hot chocolate, all while touring the beautiful hotel lobby that has been transformed into a Winter Wonderland complete with lights and a giant ginger bread house. If you miss tonight, you still have the rest of the month to stop by for other festivities including story time and cookie decorating with Mrs. Claus. Christmas carolers will periodically perform at the hotel during the evening period the month of December. And there’s something for adults as well. Wednesday night’s adults are invited to make s’mores and have an adult beverage in the bistro.

Schedule of events:

Dec. 5: St. Louis Christmas Carols Association
Dec. 6: Washington University Chamber Choir
Dec. 12: St. Louis Christmas Carols Association
Dec. 13: Rosati-Kain High School “RK Voices”
Dec. 19: Caroling St. Louis
Dec. 20: Caroling St. Louis and Breakfast with Santa & Mrs. Claus in Eau Bistro

For more on the Holiday extravaganza, click on Chase Park Plaza.

 

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