Ian Giggey, 4, of Waterville and Santa Claus, of the North Pole, discuss a train and other toys the boy asked for while visiting Santa at Kringleville on Sunday in Waterville. Kringleville is the mini holiday house and village at Head of Falls off Front Street where children can meet Santa. Kringleville is open from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday until Christmas.

Logan Gallagher, 1, of Oakland waits to meet Santa Claus on Sunday while visiting Kringleville in Waterville with his parents Lindsay and Josh Gallagher. Kringleville is the mini holiday house and village at Head of Falls off Front Street.

Ian Giggey, 4, of Waterville, and Santa Claus share a tender moment Sunday at Kringleville in Waterville. Ian talked about his family and said he had an older brother who died several years ago. “At times like that it’s important to love everyone,” Santa told him.

People line up to visit Santa Claus on Sunday at Kringleville in Waterville.

Daisy Giggey, 9, of Waterville, greets Santa Claus on Sunday as he holds her brother Ian, 4, at Kringleville in Waterville. Daisy talked to Santa about her wish list that included a hoverboard with pink lights, a Nintendo Switch game, LOL dolls and a wooden kitchen set. She told Santa that she tried to be good this year. “I made mistakes but apologized for them,” she said. The children’s father, Chris Giggey, is in the background.

The Grinch strides across the Head of Falls parking lot heading toward Kringleville on Sunday in Waterville.

Daisy Giggey, 9, of Waterville and Santa Claus of the North Pole have a spirited conversation Sunday during Daisy’s visit to Kringleville in downtown Waterville. They are discussing her wish list. Daisy and her brother, Ian, 4, are visiting Kringleville with their parents Chris and Sarah Giggey.

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