Thronateeska's Santa exhibit kicked off today with a Christmas Bazaar featuring local artists.
Painters, jewelry makers, and other artists sold their goods at the bazaar right in front of Thronateeska while kids played inside.
The new exhibit features more than 2,000 Santa Clauses in the form of dolls, cups, paintings, sculptures, serving ware, and more!
Santa Claus himself even stopped by the Thronateeska Heritage Center for a few hours to hear what some kids wanted on their Christmas lists.
The Santa Claus display is free and open to the public during their regular business hours and will be on display until New Year's Day.