When Will Santa Be In Kansas?

Looking for information on when Santa will be in Kansas this year? Check out our blog post for all the details!

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Santa’s Schedule

Santa’s schedule is very busy this time of year. He has to visit all the good girls and boys around the world. However, he will be in Kansas on December 24th.

Christmas Eve

On Christmas Eve, Santa’s schedule is very busy as he delivers presents to children around the world. However, he always takes time to stop inKansas to visit all the good little girls and boys! Here is a list of times that you can catch Santa in Kansas on Christmas Eve:

-8:00 p.m. – Santa arrives in Wichita
-9:00 p.m. – Santa visits Salina
-10:00 p.m. – Santa stops in Kansas City
-11:00 p.m. – Santa arrives in Topeka
-12:00 a.m. – Santa visits Lawrence
-1:00 a.m. – Santa stops in Leavenworth
-2:00 a.m.- Santa arrives in Hutchinson
-3:00 a.m.- Santa visits Dodge City
-4:00 a.m.- Santa stops in Garden City
-5:00 a.m.-Santa arrives in Hays

Christmas Day

On Christmas day, Santa will be in Kansas! He’ll be making stops all around the state to deliver presents to all the good girls and boys. Be sure to track his progress on the map so you know when he’ll be coming to your town.

Santa’s Location

Santa is currently at the North Pole preparing for his annual trip around the world. He will be making his first stop in Kansas in approximately two hours. Santa is expected to stay in Kansas for approximately two hours before continuing on his journey.

The North Pole

Santa’s workshop is located at the North Pole. It sits on the frozen Arctic Ocean, surrounded by snow and ice. The North Pole is a very remote and desolate place, with no landmass nearby. The only way to reach it is by plane or by boat.

Kansas

According to NORAD (The North American Aerospace Defense Command), Santa begins his journey in the South Pacific, specifically the island nation of Kiribati. From there, he heads northeast to Christmas Island, Australia; New Zealand; Samoa; and American Samoa. He then turns north toward Japan before heading northwest to Mongolia and Western Russia.

Next, SantaCrosses over the Arctic Circle and into Canadian airspace where he travels east to Greenland and then down into Canadian provinces and US states before arriving at Mexico. After stopping in Mexico, Santa then flies back up to the United States, making stops in each state from west to east until he finally arrives in Kansas sometime on Christmas Eve!

How to Find Santa

You can find Santa by looking for his sleigh. Santa’s sleigh is red and it has eight reindeer. The reindeer are Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, and Blitzen.

The Santa Tracker

The Santa Tracker is a website that allows you to enter your location and find out when Santa will be in your area. You can also sign up for email or SMS updates so that you know when he’s on his way.

The website is updated every year with the latest information on Santa’s whereabouts. So if you’re wondering when Santa will be in Kansas, or any other state in the US, be sure to check the Santa Tracker for the most up-to-date information.

The North Pole Hotline

The North Pole Hotline is a telephone line maintained by Santa Claus himself, where good little girls and boys can speak to Santa. The hotline was established in the 1950s and is currently open every Christmas season.

To reach the North Pole Hotline, simply dial 1-877-Hi-Santa (1-877-446-7826). The call is free of charge and is answered by one of Santa’s elves. The elf will ask your name, age, address, and what you would like for Christmas. Your conversation will be recorded and sent to Santa Claus himself.

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