Dahlia Minter-Booth, 4, smiled on Santa’s lap during St. Nick’s visit to Tofino last Christmas. (Photo - Andrew Bailey)

Santa Claus coming to Tofino and Ucluelet

Two pancake breakfast events on Saturday.

Santa Claus is coming to town.

Jolly Old St. Nicholas will visit both Tofino and Ucluelet Saturday morning to greet local kids and make sure his list is up to date.

READ MORE: VIDEO: Feds give update on flying clearance for Santa’s sled

Santa will start his day with a pancake breakfast at the Ucluelet Community Centre from 8:30-10:30 am. Admission to the event is $6 for kids, $10 adults and $25 for families with proceeds going to the Ucluelet Children’s Centre.

READ MORE: VIDEO: Santa visits Ucluelet

The Jolly Old Elf will then steer his sleigh towards Tofino where he will feast at a pancake breakfast at the Tofino Community Hall from 10 a.m.-noon. Admission is by donation to the Kids Access Fund.

READ MORE: VIDEO: Santa visits Tofino

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