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Santa Stops By KHQ To Remind Kids To Be Good & To Get Your Photo Taken With Him

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Santa's Workshop has been bringing Santa to Spokane for the last 28 years! Santa's Workshop offers your a magical North Pole experience when meeting Santa and there is always a professional photographer on scene to take your families photos.

All are welcome at Santa's Workshop and when they say all...they really mean all. Santa welcomes your pets to come and be part of the family photo. He has taken pictures with cats, dogs, rabbits and even snakes and monkeys!

Santa's Workshop is located at 9335 N. Division in Spokane right next to the "Y."

Santa will be available for photos starting the day after Thanksgiving, November 29th through Christmas Eve.

For all the information you need including pricing and times go to their Facebook page at "Santa's Workshop Spokane" or click this link: http://tinyurl.com/kxw3hsw
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