Enjoy cross country skiing, snow hayrides, making S’mores with the family, snowman building, and food and drink specials throughout the event. Some activities are weather dependent.
One of the largest all-breed benched dog shows in the country that draws the top dogs from across the United States and Canada to compete for prizes and the coveted title of "Best in Show." Plus dog fashion shows, meet the breeds, pet the dogs and Kid Zone.
Stage performances include Japanese drums by Tsukasa Taiko, traditional dance by Fujima Ryu Dance Studio and Aikido demonstrations and more. Activtiy stations are set up for guests to enjoy Japanese culture. Try putting on a kimono, face painting, sumo wrestling, origami, calligraphy, practice using chopsticks, making various crafts, play with Japanese toys and games, Dance Dance Revolution, mini language and culture lessons and learn proper table manners.
Celebrate chocolate and its connection to the natural world. Visit, taste, and buy specialty chocolates and treats from a variety of vendors.
Plants and animals can survive outside, even in the cold winter. Explore how evergreens thrive in the cold, search for animal tracks and make a snow catcher to use at home. Dress for the weather.
Come celebrate Groundhog Day with Hal. The Z Team will present dogsledding demonstrations. Plus, hot food, hot chocolate, bonfire, raffles and music.
This musical journey explores the perils of bondage in the antebellum South and emotional themes of escape and freedom, yet unfolds in a way that makes the play compelling and accessible to even the youngest audiences.
Journey back to your childhood with the whimsical world of Dr. Seuss. Follow Horton the Elephant, who finds himself faced with a double challenge - not only must he protect his tiny friend Jojo (and the invisible Whos) from a world of naysayers and dangers, but he must guard an abandoned egg, left to his care by the irresponsible Mayzie La Bird.
Children use clay and clay tools to make and glaze Valentines Day themed projects which will be ready for pick up before Valentines Day. Registration is required. Feb. 14 is a Parent-Child Workshop for kids 3 and up.
Kids can get on the stage and perform in a weekly improvised show that begins with an empty storybook and ends with a real, purchasable illustrated book based on that day's improvised story. Professional improvisers take suggestions and volunteer performers of all ages from the audience and together they collaborate and create The Greatest Story Never Told.