“Won’t You Come and Play With Us?”
Longtime residents of the South Bay remember this park by a much different theme.
Howdy, partner! Can you name this ‘dem here lost amusement park of San Jose, CA?
We’re hoping to have the video completed for this park by July (fingers crossed!)
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I have heard that you are doing a documentary on Santa’s Village in Scotts Valley, Ca. The article stated you were looking for individuals that have been there. We have lived n the area for 40 years and remember it well. Even before we lived here we would come to visit the park. I have a friend that is very interested in appyling for a chance to be in the documentary. He goes back even further than I do and has lots of knowledge of it’s history.
Jo Ann Whittle
October 14, 2013 at 7:12 pm
Hello Jo Ann!
We would love to be able to interview you and potentially share your stories of Santa’s Village. I’ll be forwarding your info to my producer, Nicholas here shortly!
October 14, 2013 at 7:32 pm