At 4:45 p.m. a helicopter will drop bunches of eggs filled with candies for children to find. There will also be smaller egg hunts for toddlers in a small straw bale maze at 4 p.m. Kids can play in the toddler hay mazes, enjoy a ride in a new train pulled around the barn, check out all the horses and cows and baby chickens. Horseback rides available for $5 per person (weather permitting).
Read a book, explore different animal egg specimens and go outside to hunt for plastic eggs that hold animal toy surprises for everyone (eggs will not contain candy). Pre-registration required.
Learn about the life cycle, ecology and identification of native
frogs. Visit the pond to look for frogs and tadpoles. For adults
and children ages 8 and older; register by April 10.
Bring in the kids to make something special for Mom. Pieces will
be ready for pick up before May 11.
A highly visual magic show that appeals to a multi-generational
audience and includes much participation. Sean Masterson's original
presentations combine sleight-of-hand illusions with skilled
storytelling to create an experience that is both amazing and
This family-friendly series includes award-winning animation and
live-action shorts. Chocolate Fingers (April 6); Flying Books
(April 13); Spy with my Little Eye (April 27). Visit
for more information and tickets.
Splitting up into age-appropriate groups, kids will enjoy basketball and soccer drills, a game of catch, and more with NSDC Sports camp counselors. Registration not required.
Day includes special Easter activities for children who
can explore the gymnastics gym and work off some of that extra
energy. Kids can meet the Easter Bunny and do an Easter craft. Each
child will receive a goodie-bag with healthy snacks in
Boys and girls show their skills in this nationally recognized
competition that tests punting, passing and place-kicking
abilities. Top finishers in each of five different age groups will
advance to the next level - and could make it all the way to the