Please join us for the 15th annual Breakfast with Santa!
Choose from two different seating times at 8:30 a.m. or 11 a.m. It will be a morning of family fun with a wonderful buffet breakfast, visits from special guests, crafts for the kids, and, of course, pictures with Santa!
Children and Families love this traditional breakfast with Santa as well as many of his friends. Mrs. Santa, Santa’s Elves, and the Grinch have all come to entertain.
You just never know who will be here!
This event is the largest fundraiser of the year for BOWS & BALLCAPS, helping fund the organization’s constant supply of bows, ballcaps and other accessories to kids who are going through cancer at 10 children’s hospitals across the US.
This event is also a toy drive for Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital. Please bring a new, unwrapped toy for children who will wake up on Christmas morning in the hospital. You can find more information on the event and all that we do on our website www.bowsandballcaps.org. We are proud to be a part of Hendersonville’s HolidayFest.
Time: Seatings at 8:30 AM and 11:00AM
RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED
• Buffet Breakfast
• Photo with Santa
• Kids Crafts and Activities
• Toy Drive
Kids under 3 yrs – $5.50
Kids 3 -12 yrs – $15.50
Adults – $19.50
Bows & Ballcaps is a charitable organization dedicated to offering love and support to kids fighting cancer, especially those who have lost their hair from their treatments. It was founded in 2013 by then ten-year-old Hannah Grubbs, a girl who has been bald her entire life from Alopecia Areata. Hannah lost her hair from Alopecia before she was one year old, and she has real-life, first-hand experience with what it’s like to live without hair. Her mission is to encourage other kids to be comfortable and confident being bald, and to remind them that it is what’s on the inside that really matters. Hannah’s message to the world is that we all have a beautiful light inside of us that makes us unique and special.
This event is also a toy drive for Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital. Please bring a new, unwrapped toy for children who will wake up on Christmas morning in the hospital.