Enjoy a memorable family holiday experience at LuLu’s 3rd Annual Billy Claus and the LuLuBelles FREE event Sunday, Dec. 10, at noon.
Billy Claus is Santa’s warm weather-loving brother who lives in the Caribbean, but comes this way to help Santa during the holiday season. The LuLuBelles are Billy’s version of Santa’s elves.
Billy will visit with the children to hear their wish lists, and he will pass them on to Santa. Billy and the LuLuBelles will be available for photos with the kids, too.
In addition to arts and crafts activities, Lucy Buffett will drop in for a reading of her children’s book, Billy Claus and the Spirit of Christmas.
LuLu’s is located in Destin at the foot of the Mid Bay Bridge, next to Legendary Marina. For more information on Billy Claus and the upcoming Noon Year’s Eve event, visit lulubuffett.com/destin or call 850-710-5858 (LULU).
– Kay Phelan
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