MANITOWOC, WI – On Saturday, December 2, the North Pole moves a little closer to home. Farm Wisconsin Discovery Center will transform in to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claus for their Breakfast at the North Pole event. Activities will run from 9 a.m. – Noon.

The event combines two popular events of recent years – Milk and Cookies with Santa and Breakfast with Santa – in order to elevate guests’ experiences. “We are thrilled to once again partner with the Manitowoc County Dairy Promotions Committee to host this special event,” shares Abigail Winkel, Farm Wisconsin brand manager.

Headlining the event are two of Santa’s reindeer, live on site. Guests can meet the reindeer, take potential Christmas card photos, and ask the attending elves questions about the four-legged visitors. Also joining the morning will be Santa and Mrs. Claus. Attendees are encouraged to bring a Christmas letter and their wish list to share with the couple as they make their final Christmas Eve preparations.

Enjoy a free carton of milk and fresh baked cookie throughout the morning, courtesy of the dairy farm families of Manitowoc County and the Manitowoc County Dairy Promotions Committee. Their team will also host an interactive activity featuring dairy products and the holiday season.

The morning’s buffet will feature traditional favorites such as bacon, sausage, scrambled eggs, French toast sticks, pancakes and breakfast potatoes. After breakfast, guests of all ages are encouraged to create and take home a craft or two that capture the essence of the holiday season.

All Breakfast at the North Pole tickets include admission to the discovery center. Courtesy of the Manitowoc County Dairy Promotions Committee, the discovery center admission portion of all youth tickets (ages 3-12) has been waived. Admission to the discovery center is factored in to the adult ticket price.

If need be, guests are welcome to shorten their stop to a quick milk and cookie snack and visit with Mr. and Mrs. Claus – both of which are free all morning.

Tickets for the Breakfast at the North Pole event – Ages 0-2: Free, Ages 3 – 12: $14, and Ages 13+: $29. Buy tickets here.