You’ve been caught being nice!

I am Mrs. Claus NYC wishing you a Merry Christmas, not just in December but all year long and always. As a new Mrs. Claus and typical New York overachiever, I won a 2018 scholarship from the International Brotherhood of Real Bearded Santas to attend the Charles W. Howard Santa Claus School in Midland, Michigan. I learned so much from more than 250 Santas and Mrs. Clauses. Back in the Big Apple, I decided the North Pole is like a corner Mom & Pop shop, with Santa and Mrs. Claus working together to get things done. When they’re out in public, prepare to be dazzled.

People ask me: What does Mrs. Claus do? My answer: Everything Santa does but more efficiently with less pay and recognition. And she runs her own international cookie business while managing East Coast toy distribution centers under the subway system. Just like Santa, I can appear at your party to read stories, sing carols, and pose for pictures with children and adults. As a former dancer, I can lead guests in the “Cookie Mix” and the “Reindeer Stomp,” all the rage among my elfin friends. Or I can show up to your home or office for “Tea with Mrs. Claus and the Girls” (grown-up women and girls) to discuss all things fabulous and female. If you have a Santa in mind, we could show up as a pair.

To learn more, check out my website. Follow me on Instagram and Facebook as MrsClausNYC. Check out my Page 3 article in the New York Post.

Mrs. Claus loves baking cookies and creating a welcoming home. But sometimes, she needs to get out of the kitchen and dance. Thanks to the good people at @Chickncone at the Columbus Circle Holiday Market, she got respect. Urbanspace Vanderbilt #cookiesandcoal
What does Mrs. Claus do when she's not baking cookies? She's charming the good people of New York City: from the subway to @ChicknCone at the Columbus Circle Holiday Market.