Beginning next week The Coliseum Theatre will host a Letters to Santa mailbox.

Crossroads area children should sharpen their pencils and start working on their letter to Santa.

Beginning next week The Coliseum Theatre at 404 Taylor Street in downtown Corinth will host Main Street Corinth’s official Letters to Santa mailbox.

“The Corinth Area Arts Council got a special request from jolly red man himself to house the mailbox this year,” said Coliseum General Manager Patrick Hudson. “In a partnership with Main Street Corinth, the arts council will be collecting letters for Santa and sending them to the North Pole.”

Hudson said every letter received will receive a response from Santa Claus at no cost.

The bright red mailbox will appear in the garden adjacent to The Coliseum on Dec. 1 and remain there through the holiday. Letters must be submitted by Dec. 15 to receive a response from Father Christmas. A return address must be included.

Hudson said visitors are also invited to drop off a weatherproof ornament for the 2021 Community Christmas Tree located in the garden.

“Ornaments will be stored and each year, the community tree will be adorned with all the ornaments of years past,” he added. “We are excited to offer another unique holiday opportunity to our community.”

For more information, visit or call 662-643-5944.

Staff Writer

Zack Steen was first hired in 1999 as a junior in high school to work in the Daily Corinthian design department. After several years away, he returned in 2014 as staff writer. He's married to the love of his life Brandy and they have 5 wonderful fur-kids.

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