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Different Ways to Contact Santa



It’s never too early to start planning for Christmas.  And it’s never too early for your kids to think about what they want for Christmas, and reach out to Santa Claus.  These days, there are all sorts of different ways for your child to contact Santa. 

Below, we’ve compiled a few of the best ways, and some details about the cutoff dates and recommended time frame for contacting them, to ensure you get a response before Christmas. 

Send a Letter

One of the most tried-and-true methods for contacting Santa is by sending an old-fashioned letter in the mail.  This is best done early, since it can take some time to get a response.  In the US and Canada, the USPS and Canada Post, respectively, offer these services.  Both recommend letters be mailed by the first week of December to ensure a response by Christmas.

If you’ve missed that deadline, though, there’s still a chance to get a response by Christmas.  Just send a letter to the Santa Claus Museum in Santa Claus, Indiana.  They accept letters up to December 20th and send out responses that should arrive to most people’s homes before Christmas day. 

Send an E-mail

You can also contact Santa digitally – apparently they have pretty good Wi-Fi at the North Pole.  Sending an e-mail via a web form is easy and quick – and, let’s face it, far more familiar to today’s digitally-literate children.  There are numerous sites and services that offer e-mails to Santa, including A Letter for Santa, Email Santa, and  Most of these services will provide near-immediate responses.

Create a Customized Video Message

If you really want to go the full high-tech route, there’s no better choice than Portable North Pole.  They allow you to provide some basic information about your child, upload photos, and have them included and mentioned in a personalized video message from Santa and his elves. 

There’s a free version, and also paid options that allow for a much greater amount of customization and detail.  There’s both a browser-based option and an app to make things easy.  And, if you opt for any of the paid choices, know that you’re doing something good for others, too, in the spirit of the season.  5% of all sales go toward donations for children’s hospitals around the globe. 

Give Santa a Call

Your child can also call santa while he and the elves work in their North Pole workshop.  He usually won’t be available to answer calls directly, buy your child can listen to pre-recorded messages from Santa, and leave a voice message for him with all their Christmas gift wishes.  This service can be reached at 951-262-3062 (long distance charges may apply). 

Track Santa

On Christmas Eve, there are several ways for you and your family to keep tabs on the big man himself.  Google offers a Santa Tracker website that tracks him in real time as he travels the globe delivering presents.  There are also a bunch of games and fun diversions to pass the time on the site. 

You can also access the original Santa Tracker, maintained by NORAD (North American Aerospace Defense Command), which has been in operation for over 60 years.  They use their network of sky-monitoring satellites and radar, normally monitoring for aircraft, to keep watch on Santa’s magic ride through the night. 

In addition to tracking, NORAD also provides a live stream of Santa on December 24, so you can watch as he makes his preparations to load up the sleigh and take off.  There are also “Santa Cams” available throughout the world, where you might catch a glimpse of him as he makes his deliveries.  NORAD’s site also has fun games, music, and other content to help pass the time while you anxiously await your presents. 

You can also call the NORAD Santa Tracker hotline at 1-877-HI-NORAD to talk to the people who are operating the service.  There’s also a NORAD Tracks Santa Claus app for tablets and smart phones. 

They maintain a Facebook page as well, providing a behind-the-scenes look at their Santa tracking efforts.  They’re all fun things to do on Christmas Eve, while you munch on some cookies, and patiently wait to hear the pawing of reindeer on the roof…


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Women’s Continental League Cup: Chelsea first through to knockout stage




Bethany England (right) has now scored seven goals in 10 games in all competitions this season

Chelsea became the first team through to the Women’s Continental League Cup quarter-finals after beating Tottenham 5-1 at Kingsmeadow.

Beth England scored two of Chelsea’s five second-half goals to ensure Chelsea progressed and extended their unbeaten run in all competitions to 10 games this season.

Elsewhere, there were also wins for fellow WSL sides Brighton and West Ham.

Brighton’s 5-0 win over London Bees moved them top of Group B.

The Hammers’ 3-1 win over Lewes moved them up to second in Group D behind Chelsea.

In the only all-WSL fixture of the night, Drew Spence’s early second-half goal set Chelsea up for a convincing win.

The London derby defeat was Spurs’ second in four days, having gone down 2-0 to Arsenal in front of a Women’s Super League record crowd of 38,262 at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday.

There was nothing like that crowd at Kingsmeadow, a ground with a capacity of less than 4,900 – which itself attract a record attendance for a WSL game held at a non-Premier League stadium when 4,790 watched Chelsea overcome Manchester United on Sunday.

In the all-Championship fixtures, Charlie Estcourt scored a late winner for Charlton Athletic against London City Lionesses, while the second tier’s bottom side Coventry United held division leaders Aston Villa in a 2-2 draw before going on to earn an extra point with a penalty shootout win.


Group A

  • Coventry United 2-2 Aston Villa (Coventry won penalty shootout 3-1)

Group B

  • Charlton Athletic 1-0 London City Lionesses
  • London Bees 0-5 Brighton

Group D

  • Chelsea 5-1 Tottenham
  • West Ham 3-1 Lewes

BBC Sport has launched #ChangeTheGame to showcase female athletes in a way they never have been before. Through more live women’s sport available to watch across the BBC in 2019, complemented by our journalism, we are aiming to turn up the volume on women’s sport and alter perceptions. Find out more here.


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Celebrity Cruises All Female Bridge




Today’s lead story on Travel and Cruise Industry News, Nov 21, 2019 is Celebrity Cruises will make history when one of their cruise ships sets sail with the first all-female bridge and officer team next spring. This historic sailing will take place on International Women’s Day – March 8, 2020 – aboard the cruise line’s newest and award winning ship, Celebrity Edge.

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Paul Feig Dons the Cape for Elizabeth Banks (and Defends Charlie's Angels)- Punksthetic




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