When it comes to Christmas, it seems Santa Claus is almost everywhere.

I personally think it's magic. Either that or he's figured out how to clone himself. Regardless, there are plenty of opportunities to visit Santa in Warrensburg this holiday season.

Santa's already camped out on Friday and Saturday evenings at Santa's Workshop in Powell Gardens just outside of Warrensburg. He's there from 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM CST, and from December 19 - December 22 he'll be there every evening. This part of Powell Garden's Festival of Lights and tickets are required. The cost for an adult ticket is $13.00, the cost for a child ages 5 - 12 is $6.00, and parking is $5.00.

Santa will be hanging out in Downtown Warrensburg after the Holiday Parade on Friday, December 3. The parade steps off from the parking lot at UCM's Multipurpose building at 6:00 PM CST.

Rumor has it Father Christmas will be back in the 'Burg alighting from the Missouri River Runner train about 9:30 AM on Saturday, December 4, as part of Downtown Warrensburg's Dickens' Christmas.

Stop by Santa's Workshop at RISE Crafts & Curiosities on Saturday, December 11 between 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM CST to finish up the perfect gift for your loved ones by creating a unique gift made by you. Santa will be there for photos too.

Save the date! Details are still developing on this, but Santa will be hanging out in one of Warrensburg's parks for Santa in the Park on Tuesday, December 14th at 5:30. Warrensburg Parks and Rec will probably post more information on their Facebook page a little closer to the event.

Additionally, with your permission mom and dad, Santa will be making visits to your home. Visits are scheduled for Friday, December 17, and Saturday, December 18 and are available in Warrensburg, Knob Noster, and also on Whiteman Airforce Base. The cost for this ranges from $30.00 -$50.00. For more information check out the Twister Sports website here.

I tell you, it has to be magic. Because after that hectic schedule there's no way I could get in a sleigh behind those reindeer and deliver toys to all the good boys and girls of the world. One thing's for sure, Santa's one amazing dude!

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