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HOLLAND, Mich. (WZZM)- The Dutch St. Nicholas, otherwise known as Sinterklaas, is making his yearly stop in Holland on Friday.

Sinterklaas lives in Spain year-round as he keeps track of every child's behavior, but he makes a stop in Holland every year to say hello to his Dutch friends here in Michigan.

You can join in on the Santerklaas fun by starting off at the Holland Museum Friday night for snacks and crafts. Museum staff will tell you all about the legend of Sinterklaas.

Around 7 p.m. Sinterklaas will be in town with his white horse. He and Mayor Kurt Dykstra will light the historic Centennial Park.

Enjoy caroling and a personal visit with Sinterklaas throughout the night.