We can always use help, and that includes with dressers, costumers, decorators, safety personnel and other various roles.
If you are very good waterskier and do not mind cold water or have a dry suit and do not want personal acclaim, please let us know.
Unfortunately, being Christmas Eve, Santa does not have time to talk to each and everyone. Yet he and his merry crew do have time to take pictures and generally greet children and families for about 30 minutes.
Needless to say, the show needs resources. We appreciate anything you can provide.
Santa and Mrs. Claus love children! So be sure to have your children try and get his attention. And be sure to spend some time with the other characters. This even might include the Grinch, depending if he is still grumpy.
Due to safety issues, we can only accept the help of USA Waterski Certified Drivers.
The Longest-Running Water Ski Christmas Show.
In 1986, a group of friends drew straws to see who would go out and water ski in a Santa Claus suit on Christmas Eve. The one who lost did so, at which time he decided he would do it again next year. In 1987, local news covered the show
While you might say, he initially lost the bet, he definitely won it for the sake of children and families alike. It continues today, after more than 30 years.
After the show, Santa Claus and his merry crew greet families and children, who came to watch this crazy show, in the pavilion on the waterfront and behind the Torpedo Factory.