Well on Friday night there wasn't really a need to poke around too much - its heart was right in the center of town. People in Titusville come out. I noticed it earlier in the year when I photographed the bands in the park for The Titusville Herald, and later for their Oil Festival. People come out.
"It's a collaboration between the city, god bless them, and the chamber," Maginnis said.
She was in the park manning the hot chocolate and cookie station with Corlene Dailey. "She's our main coco person," Maginnis said of Dailey.
And Santa was dedicated too. "(He'll stay) until they're gone," Dailey said.
He also declared Santa would receive priority clearance when flying over Titusville on Christmas Eve and reindeer will be given a variance to be in the city. He also promised "all Titusville children will be asleep no later than midnight" that day.