Dahlia Minter-Booth, 4, was full of excitement when she visited with Santa Claus at the Tofino Community Hall on Saturday. (Photo - Andrew Bailey)

VIDEO: Santa visits Tofino

The event included a hearty breakfast, highland dancing and a Purple Dragon demonstration.

Santa Claus arrived in Tofino on Saturday to visit the community’s kids and make a thorough list of what they’re wanting his elves to make them this Christmas.

The popular annual event is a fundraiser for the Tofino Recreation Commission’s Kids Access Fund and this year’s visit included a scrumptious breakfast, a highland dancing performance and a Purple Dragon Don Jitsu Ryu demonstration.

READ MORE: Tofino rec. shines with a little help from its locals

The jolly old elf will be in Ucluelet this weekend for a breakfast event at the Ucluelet Community Centre on Saturday, Dec. 15, at 8:30 a.m.



andrew.bailey@westerlynews.ca

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