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.
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.
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
Early wildflowers and migratory birds, bugs and buds, frogs and
worms. Take a leisurely hike and see what you discover. Binoculars
and magnifying glasses provided.