Festival of Trees & Lights Santa Photos

Sunday, Nov. 8, only

1 to 4 p.m.

Brentwood Clubhouse
5602 Morningside Drive
Crestwood, Kentucky 40014

Don’t miss your chance to have your family photographed with Santa by local photographer Anna Ahern. Reserve your spot today, as times are limited and available on a first come, first served basis.

All family members ages 5 and older must arrive wearing masks. All guests must be symptom-free and fever-free, based on screening upon arrival. Once you take your places, your party may remove your masks for the photo, which includes a festive backdrop and, of course, Santa himself! To accommodate as many families as possible and keep all participants safe, there will be no visits with Santa, but we encourage you to bring letters or pictures to leave behind.

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