Santa’s Breakfast set for early December

First Teacher and Parenting Matters Foundation hosts Breakfast With Santa, set for 8:30-11:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 2, at the Sequim Middle School cafeteria, 301 W. Hendrickson Road.

Along with breakfast and photos with Mr. and Mrs. Claus, the event features crafts, music, raffle, a free book for each child and more.

The event is a benefit for Parenting Matters/First Teacher.

Cost is $10 for attendees 11 and older, $5 for children of ages 2-10. There are a limited number of tickets, and some are available for those who cannot afford to buy them.

Get tickets at or at the door. See or call 360-681-9992.

The event has been in the Sequim community for 26 years. Last year’s Breakfast With Santa drew 410 attendees to raise about $5,000 for First Teacher/Parenting Matters, the organization’s only in-person fundraiser of the year.

The event is held in cooperation with SODEXO food services, “Toy Maker” sponsors Sequim Animal Hospital, Homer Smith Insurance, Inc, Olympic Mortgage Services with Arthur Buhrer, Dungeness Speech & Language, North Olympic Healthcare Network and JG Photography, plus “Elf” sponsors Sunrise Dental of Sequim, Teamsters, Sunny Farms and Macaroni Kid-Olympic Peninsula.

First Teacher’s offerings include books, a monthly parenting newsletter, BLOCK Fest events, parent education classes, online resources and a family resource room hosted by the Sequim Boys & Girls Club.

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