We have designed North Pole Cornerstones to focus on three perspectives of being a Claus: History, Performance, and Business. Our sessions have also been designed to be interactive, with the focus on conversation and giving you time and opportunity to put your new learnings into practice. 

Meals included in the session are:

  • Friday dinner
  • Saturday lunch
  • Sunday lunch
  • Sunday graduation banquet

Feb 2

10:00 am

Registration Opens

  • Registration Opens
  • Vendor Room Opens
  • Casual Jingle and Mingle

Feb 2

1:00 pm

Welcome and History-focused Sessions

  • Welcome and Opening
  • History of the Gift Givers, Male & Female, in Christmas Mythology,
    Folklore and Legend, from the Old World to the New World
  • As White as the New Fallen Snow – Hair Care
  • Dinner
  • Round Table Discussion

Feb 3

8:30 am

Performance-focused Sessions

  • Your Story – Then and Now
  • Improvisation – Thinking on Your Seat
  • More Stories – Telling and Reading
  • Lunch
  • Helping the Reluctant Child Become an Engaging Child
  • Practice…Practice…Practice

Feb 3

4:30 pm

Evening Activity

  • Bus Ride to the River Walk
  • Christmas Carols on the River
  • Dinner (separate checks)

Feb 4

8:00 am

Sunday Worship (optional)

  • Devotion/invocation

Feb 4

8:30 am

Business-focused Sessions

  • How Much Do I Charge? 
  • Copyrights, Intellectual Property, Taxes, and the Inevitable
  • Care, Cleaning and Storage of Your Wardrobe
  • Lunch
  • Cultural Awareness and Marketing to the Generations
  • Ethics for the Holiday Entertainer
  • Ask the Instructors Open Forum

Feb 4

5:15 pm

Graduation and Closing

  • Reciting the Oaths
  • Graduation Ceremony
  • Graduation Dinner Banquet