Santa’s Diving Causes A Sensation In North Battleford | The Canadian News

It is the most wonderful time of the year: Santa Claus goes diving.

Mr. and Mrs. Claus took time out of their busy vacation schedule to visit North Battleford on Sunday.

“Mrs. Claus and I spend the entire year preparing for the holidays and the 24th and 25th are our busiest times. So we like to go out a few days before Christmas and just enjoy our favorite sport, ”Santa said.

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The two prepared for an underwater photoshoot for anyone who wants to experience a different Christmas memory.

The members of the Battlefords Dive Community helped organize the event in the Battlefords Cooperative Aquatic Center and ended up joining in on the fun.

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“It’s what I like to do the most besides giving everyone presents at Christmas,” said Santa Claus.

The Clauses wanted to share their hidden passion for diving and encourage more people to try it.

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Not many people showed up as expected, but the Christmas spirit did.

Divers also held an event in Regina on Friday with the Diving and snorkeling club which welcomed about 20 visitors willing to sit on Santa’s lap.

When asked about the traditional photo of Santa Claus with someone sitting on his lap, he said: “It’s a bit more difficult. You have to be trained to dive and everything is a little more difficult underwater. “

This is the first year that scuba St. Nick has stopped his sled in North Battleford, but he and Mrs. Claus are looking to add the visit to their long list of Christmas traditions.


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