This year in Lufkin for the first time that I can remember Santa isn't going to be at the Lufkin Mall. They do have a Christmas scene for family photos.

In Nacogdoches at the Fredonia Hotel you can get some one-on-one time with the jolly elf.  What about that must-have picture of the baby with St. Nick in Lufkin?

There are a couple of places where you can get your pictures with Santa in Lufkin. You just need to know where to find him.

Free Pictures With Santa In Lufkin At The Angelina County Farmers Market

Santa will be at the Angelina County Farmers Market for the next two Saturdays. Get by for pictures on Saturday, December 11th, 2021 and Saturday, December 18th, 2021 from 1 pm - 3 pm.

Anyone can get pictures with Santa. The event is for adults and kids that want that picture. You can also paint your own ornament, while you are there.

This is a free event, so bring your best phone to capture the moment. Donations are accepted, so pay what you can to help keep this event going.

Storytime with Santa In Lufkin

This event is put together by Lufkin Parks and Recreation/The City of Lufkin. Santa will be at the Chamber Rock house at Chambers Park, 425 Pershing Ave, Lufkin, Texas.

Storytime is on Monday, December 13th, 2021 and again Monday, December 20th, 2021 at 6 pm. Parents and children are welcome to wear their pajamas and listen to Santa read a holiday story.

There will be light snacks and refreshments served and Santa will be available for pictures after the reading. Space is limited, so they are asking that you register in advance. Registration and attendance at the event are free.

 

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