Holiday Happenings

Below we have a list of upcoming Holiday happenings around the Great Hartford area – some have already started. Get out and explore all that Hartford County has to offer!

Friday, November 25th:

4 – 6pm: Tree Lighting Featuring Santa Claus Santa Claus will make his first appearance of the season and will arrive at Stew’s on a truck from the Newington Fire Department, which will be decked out in holiday trim. Join the Newington High School choir along with Wow the Cow, Cynthia the Chick and Daphne the Duck while Santa and his helpers greet children and distribute candy canes to families. Children will also enjoy complimentary face painting, cookies, and hot cocoa. Event begins at 4pm and the tree will be lit at 5pm. No sign up necessary as this is a free event.

Friday, November 25th – Saturday, December 1oth:

Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays from 10am – 8pm and Saturdays – Sundays from 10am – 5pm: Gingerbread Festival The Wood will once again deck its halls and throw open its doors for one of the largest Gingerbread House Festivals in all of New England. Local artisans and bakers, experts and beginners alike show off their creative talents in a vast array of candy covered houses, trains and in some cases entire villages. With holiday music playing in the background and the spicy aroma of gingerbread in the air, the library provides the perfect holiday venue for showcasing the sugary artistic creations. “Ye Olde Gingerbread Shop” offers the opportunity to take home a bit of the magic with many holiday themed gifts and treats. This festival is a major fundraiser for The Wood and supports our educational programs and exhibitions. Be sure to mark your calendars to start the holidays off right with a classic seasonal event that is fun for both the young and the young at heart!

Thursday, November 26th – Sunday, January 1st:

Sunday – Thursday from 5-9pm and Friday-Saturday from 5-10pm: Holiday Light Fantasia is a much loved Greater Hartford tradition and this season’s destination. The 2-mile show transforms Goodwin Park into a drive-through wonderland of holiday spirit with a beautiful collection of over 1 million lights. Whimsical holiday scenes, familiar characters and local tributes shine bright in larger-than-life lighted scenes and 200 individual displays.  Lighted animations celebrate not only Christmas, but Hanukkah, New Years and Three Kings Day. Come visit Santa Saturday and Sundays in the park Clubhouse from 5pm – 8pm. Admission $15 per car. Click here for a $3 off coupon. Military Appreciation Night on Tuesday, December. Free admission to veterans and active service personnel when they show a valid military or veteran association issued ID.

Sunday, November 27th – Tuesday, December 13th:

Saturday – Wednesday from 10am-4pm and Thursday – Friday from 10am – 8pm {Friday, December 11 until 9pm and December 13 until 5pm}: Gallery of Trees

Sunday, November 27th – Sunday, December 18th:

Friday 5-9pm, Saturday & Sunday 4-9pm: Holiday Lights at Lake Compounce The park will be covered in lights, thousands of bulbs and spectacular light shows every half hour set to music. A selection of children’s and family rides will be open. Adults $11.99 per person (online, $15.99 at the gate, children (4-10) $11.99 each and children 3 and under are free. Click here to purchase your tickets.

Sunday, November 27th – Friday, December 23rd:

CHRISTMAS ON THE ROCKS

Tuesday – Thursday at 7:30pm, Friday – Saturday at 8pm, Saturday at 4pm, Sunday at 2:30 and 6:30pm: Christmas on the Rocks It’s Christmas Eve in a rundown local bar. Expecting a silent night, the bartender finds himself mixing drinks for a parade of surprising guests – children from your favorite Christmas specials and movies – now all grown up! Tiny Tim, Charlie Brown, Cindy Lou Who and a host of others pour out their Christmas woes in this delightful parody.

Friday, November 27th – Saturday, December 24th:

Weekdays from 3 – 6pm and Saturday-Sunday from 11am – 6pm: Santa Claus Comes to Stew’s! Santa will make regular appearances at the store.

Monday – Saturday from 12-8pm and Sunday from 12-6pm, 12/16-23 9am – 9pm and 12/24 9am – 5pm (12:30-1:30pm break): Photos with Santa Make a reservation to see Santa and spend less time in line. Plus, save 30% on your photos by pre-ordering a package online. Visit before December 9 to save an extra $5. Santa may take occasional breaks to feed the reindeer. Mondays from 4-8pm: Pet Night Bring your four-legged friend to see Santa and pose for a photo! Cats and dogs only, please. Save over 30% on your photos by pre-purchasing online. The Shoppes at Buckland Hills, Manchester

Friday, November 27th – Tuesday, December 27th:

Friday, November 27 – Sunday, December 27: A Christmas Carol The magic of Charles Dickens’ heart-warming classic returns for its 18th season. Come see Connecticut’s favorite family holiday tradition and spend some time with Bob Cratchit, Tiny Tim, Ebenezer Scrooge, Jacob Marley and the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future as they bring A Christmas Carol to life on stage. Running time: Approximately 1 hour, 45 minutes with one intermission. Recommended ages: 8 and up. Ticket Prices: $25-85.

Sunday, November 27th – Friday, December 30th:

5-9pm: WinterFest That delightful and magical season of WinterFest is soon upon us. The Connecticut Trolley Museum once again pushes the limits to treat you and yours to an evening of entertainment and seasonal exhilaration! Ride the antique traction through the “Tunnel of Lights” tripping on our open electrical chariot or another open car – 3 miles of cool breezes under the starlit heavens. Or cozy down in an enclosed trolley for the warmer, dashing through the snow, rail trip. Stroll through the Teresalee Bertinuson Visitor Center where the functioning and enchanting model train layouts will take your mind on a flight of fancy. The “halls are decked” with the proverbial “boughs of holly” and there are enough decorations to satisfy any souls need for visual Holiday splendor. The youngsters can sit on Santa’s lap and receive a gift. The best part is the cost. You can do and see so much for so little and all while your dollars go right back into trolley-restoration and Museum upkeep that will keep us moving forward.

Friday, November 27th – Sunday, January 1st:

Friday, November 27 – Friday, January 1: Let It Snow: A Christmas Musical Journey in the Planetarium combines animated holiday images with classic Christmas music under the Travelers Science Dome. This is a family-friendly program and perfect for all ages.

Friday, November 27th – Saturday, January 11th:

Tuesday – Saturday from 10am – 4pm: Hill-Stead for the Holidays You’ll feel like an invited guest when you tour the country house, decorated for the holidays. Immerse yourself in the Pope family’s holiday celebrations.  View objects from family archives as well as decorations inspired by early 20th century traditions.

Friday, November 27th – Wednesday, January 8th:

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11am-8pm with special hours on holidays: Winterfest Hartford Free ice skating and skate rentals return to Bushnell Park. Learn to skate program on Saturdays at 10am. Children under the age of sixteen must be accompanied by an adult. Winterfest wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Santa, so head over to the Carousel and have your photo taken with him for free. Each family receives 1 free 5×7 photo; additional prints may be purchased online. Santa will be in his new workshop at the Carousel for photos on Saturdays and Sundays from 12-3 through December 20 with special evening hours on 11/21 and 11/27.

Tuesday, November 29th:

9:30-10:30am and 11:30am – 12:30pm: Winter Wonderland at Stew’s We will create homemade hot cocoa mix to take home, gingerbread cheesecake dip, sparkling Oreo snowman treats, popcorn snowballs, and snowflake decorations! Ages 2-5.  $15 per child (must be accompanied by an adult).

Thursday, December 1st – Thursday, December 25th:

Thursday, December 1st:

9:30-10:30am and 11:30am – 12:30pm: Winter Wonderland at Stew’s We will create homemade hot cocoa mix to take home, gingerbread cheesecake dip, sparkling Oreo snowman treats, popcorn snowballs, and snowflake decorations! Ages 2-5. $15 per child (must be accompanied by an adult).

4 – 5pm and 6 – 7pm: Snowman Canvas Workshop Join us as on this chilly winter night as we paint a Snowman Canvas! Our hosts will teach kids step by step how to paint their canvas and children will be able to take home their creation at the end of the night. Ages 6 – 12. $15 per child.

5 – 8pm: Night of Illumination Ring in the holiday season at the unveiling of this year’s Festival of Trees and Traditions! Night of Illumination is the public’s first chance to see the sights, and purchase a tree or wreath to either take home or donate to charity! Also in store: seasonal cocktails, treats from NoRA Cupcake Company, performances by the Silk City Chorus from 5-6pm, and plenty of festive tunes from DJ Jon Eastman. $8 per person. Students, Hartford Residents $3. Admission includes an 8pm screening of Love Actually, starring Hugh Grant, Colin Firth, and Keira Knightly.

Friday, December 2nd:

9:30-10:30am and 11:30am – 12:30pm: Winter Wonderland at Stew’s We will create homemade hot cocoa mix to take home, gingerbread cheesecake dip, sparkling Oreo snowman treats, popcorn snowballs, and snowflake decorations! Ages 2-5.  $15 per child (must be accompanied by an adult).

6 – 8pm: Winter Wonderland at Stew’s Join us at Stew’s for a night filled with winter wonderland recipes! We will create homemade hot cocoa mix to take home, gingerbread cheesecake dip, sparkling Oreo snowman treats and popcorn snowballs! In addition, we will paint a canvas of a winter scene! Snacks will be served. Ages 6 – 12. $25 per child.

Friday, December 2nd – Sunday, December 11th:

10am – 5pm: 43rd Annual Festival of Trees & Traditions Established in 1973 by the Women’s Committee as a museum fundraising event, Festival of Trees & Traditions has become an annual holiday custom for visitors from throughout the state and beyond. Every year community members, artists and organizations decorate holiday trees and wreaths to be displayed in the galleries throughout the week. All items are for sale, and profits help fund the museum’s special exhibitions, educational programs, and operating expenses. Purchase a tree or wreath for your home or donate it to a local charity. Public hours for viewing the Festival of Trees & Traditions are 10am–5pm from December 2–11, except for Monday, December 5 and Tuesday, December 6 when the museum is closed. Adults $18, Students $15, Hartford Residents $3. The Wadsworth Atheneum usually waives admission fees every Wednesday–Sunday from 4–5 pm. Please note that guests visiting the museum at these times during the Festival of Trees & Traditions fundraiser will be charged $3 for their admission.

Saturday, December 3rd:

9 – 10am: Winter Wonderland at Stew’s We will create homemade hot cocoa mix to take home, gingerbread cheesecake dip, sparkling Oreo snowman treats, popcorn snowballs, and snowflake decorations! Ages 2-5.  $15 per child (must be accompanied by an adult).

2pm: Sensory Friendly Performance of A Christmas Carol Hartford Stage will host a sensory-friendly performance of its annual holiday classic, A Christmas Carol – A Ghost Story of Christmas. Sensory-friendly performances are designed to create a theater experience that is welcoming to all families of children with autism or other disabilities that create sensory sensitivities.

6 – 8pm: Winter Wonderland at Stew’s Join us at Stew’s for a night filled with winter wonderland recipes! We will create homemade hot cocoa mix to take home, gingerbread cheesecake dip, sparkling Oreo snowman treats and popcorn snowballs! In addition, we will paint a canvas of a winter scene! Snacks will be served. Ages 6 – 12. $25 per child.

Sunday, December 4th:

12:30 – 6pm: Market Days Come and join Hartford Stage for some shopping and a show! Local vendors will showcase unique items for purchase in our lobby. Doors will open before the show at 12:30 PM and booths will be open during intermission and after the show. Reoccurs on 12/10-11 and 12/17-18.

Sunday, December 4th – Tuesday, December 13th:

Friday, December 4 – Sunday, December 13 {Closed Monday-Tuesday, December 7-8} 42nd Annual Festival of Trees & Traditions Celebrate the holiday season at the 42nd Annual Festival of Trees & Traditions! Enjoy musical entertainment and festive family activities while surrounded by decorative trees and wreaths created by community organizations and local artists. Established in 1973 by the Women’s Committee as a museum fundraising event, Festival of Trees & Traditions has become an annual holiday custom for visitors from throughout the state and beyond. Every year community members, artists and organizations decorate holiday trees and wreaths to be displayed in the galleries throughout the week. All items are for sale, and profits help fund the museum’s special exhibitions, educational programs, and operating expenses. Purchase a tree or wreath for your home or donate it to a local charity. A $3 fundraising surcharge is added to all regular admissions during Festival of Trees and Traditions. Santa & Mrs. Claus: Sunday, December 6 from 10:30am-1:30pm, Saturday, December 12 from 2-5pm and Sunday, December 12 from 10:30am – 1:30pm.

Monday, December 5th:

4 – 5pm and 6 – 7pm: Holiday Cookie Mix In A Jar Workshop During this workshop we will put together a Mason jar filled with pre-measured dry ingredients for holiday cookies! Give the jar as a gift or enjoy it with your family – all you have to do is add the wet ingredients to the contents of the jar and bake. Ages 2-12. $10 per child.

Monday, December 5th – Tuesday, December 20th:

8:30, 9:30, 10:30 and 11:30am: Breakfast with Santa Breakfast Includes: a hearty breakfast with pancakes, home fries, sausage and farm fresh eggs, a memorable visit with Santa, Mrs. Claus, Elves, Frosty and the Grinch, a toy from Santa, a relaxing time on a Christmas Trolley ride out to reindeer land and a free visit to the petting zoo. We will be offering a “No Grinch” seating each weekend (12/5 at 8:30), (12/13 at 11:30) and (12/19 at 8:30). Ticket Prices: $2 per person.

Tuesday, December 6th:

9:30 – 10:30am and 11:30 – 12:30pm: Gingerbread Fun Class Today we will make the homemade gingerbread cookies and decorate them with frosting and toppings! Kids will also create and decorate their very own mini gingerbread house. Ages 2-5. $15 per child (must be accompanied by an adult).

Wednesday, December 7th:

4 – 5pm and 6 – 7pm: Homemade Snow Globe Workshop Today we will be putting together a homemade snow globe! We will offer a variety of fun, festive pieces you can add to the center of your globe. Shake these glittery globes and watch them come to life! Ages 2 -12. $10 per child.

Thursday, December 8th:

9:30 – 10:30am and 11:30 – 12:30pm: Gingerbread Fun Class Today we will make the homemade gingerbread cookies and decorate them with frosting and toppings! Kids will also create and decorate their very own mini gingerbread house. Ages 2-5. $15 per child (must be accompanied by an adult).

Friday, December 9th:

9:30 – 10:30am and 11:30 – 12:30pm: Gingerbread Fun Class Today we will make the homemade gingerbread cookies and decorate them with frosting and toppings! Kids will also create and decorate their very own mini gingerbread house. Ages 2-5. $15 per child (must be accompanied by an adult).

6 – 8pm: Gingerbread Fun Class! We will make old fashioned gingerbread cake with cream cheese frosting as well as prepare homemade gingerbread cookies and decorate them with frosting and toppings. In addition, kids will get to decorate their very own mini gingerbread house! Snacks will be served. Ages 6-12. $20 per child.

Saturday, December 10th:

9 – 10am: Gingerbread Fun Class Today we will make the homemade gingerbread cookies and decorate them with frosting and toppings! Kids will also create and decorate their very own mini gingerbread house. Ages 2-5. $15 per child (must be accompanied by an adult).

6 – 8pm: Gingerbread Fun Class! We will make old fashioned gingerbread cake with cream cheese frosting as well as prepare homemade gingerbread cookies and decorate them with frosting and toppings. In addition, kids will get to decorate their very own mini gingerbread house! Snacks will be served. Ages 6-12. $20 per child.

Saturday, December 10th – Sunday, December 11th:

9am and 10:30am: Breakfast With Santa Families are invited to have breakfast with Santa and his friends Wow the Cow, Daphne Duck and Cynthia Chick! A buffet style breakfast of scrambled eggs, French toast sticks, bacon, sausage, mini muffins, assorted bagels, and fruit salad will be served. Sign up and prepay at Customer Service. Limited seating available. Children age 11 and under $7.99, children age 12 and adults $9.99.

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12:30 – 6pm: Market Days Come and join Hartford Stage for some shopping and a show! Local vendors will showcase unique items for purchase in our lobby. Doors will open before the show at 12:30 PM and booths will be open during intermission and after the show. Reoccurs on 12/17-18.

Saturday, December 10th – Friday, December 23rd:

Weekdays from 3-6pm and weekends from 1-5pm: 33rd Annual Santa’s Workshop A free event sponsored by Wickham Park. Children of all ages enjoy visits with Santa and his elves and refreshments with Mrs. Claus. Santa’s Workshop provides a chance for children to enjoy an uncommercialized Christmas experience. Guests are welcome to bring non-perishable food items to be donated to area food pantries.

Sunday, December 11th:

1 – 3pm: Newington High Carolers Bring the whole family to listen to holiday carols right in the store, courtesy of the Newington High School Carolers. All ages.

Sunday, December 11th – Tuesday, December 20th:

Nutcracker

Friday, December 11 – Sunday, December 20 with hours on Friday – Saturday at 7:30pm and Sunday at 2pm: The Nutcracker The Hartt School Community Division (HCD) presents its annual holiday production Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker and this year’s production promises magical storytelling and vivid dancing with a newly choreographed second act. Ticket prices: $30 for adults, $20 for students, $15 children 12 and under.

Monday, December 12th:

4 – 5pm and 6 – 7pm: Homemade Ornaments Workshop Join us tonight as we make three homemade ornaments! Each child will be able to create a chalkboard ornament, a reindeer ornament, and a salt dough ornament. Ages 2-12. $10 per child.

Monday, December 12th – Friday, December 23rd:

Saturday, December 12 through Wednesday, December 23 with hours on weekends from 1-5pm and weekdays from 3-6pm: 31st Annual Santa’s Workshop A free event sponsored by Wickham Park. Children of all ages enjoy visits with Santa and his elves and refreshments with Mrs. Claus. Santa’s Workshop provides a chance for children to enjoy an uncommercialized Christmas experience. Guests are welcome to bring non-perishable food items to be donated to area food pantries.

Tuesday, December 13th:

9:30 – 10:30am and 11:30am – 12:30pm: Stew’s Famous Holiday Cookie Workshop! Each child will get to bake and decorate three kinds of cookie dough to take home. We will make festive sugar cookies, traditional snicker doodles and candy cane kiss cookies! Snacks will be served. Ages 2-5. $15 per child.

Wednesday, December 14th:

4 – 5pm and 6 – 7pm: Decorate Holiday Cookies Workshop Today we will decorate a half dozen of holiday-themed cookies! We will provide a variety of frosting and toppings. Ages 2-12. $10 per child.

Thursday, December 15th:

9:30 – 10:30am and 11:30am – 12:30pm: Stew’s Famous Holiday Cookie Workshop! Each child will get to bake and decorate three kinds of cookie dough to take home. We will make festive sugar cookies, traditional snicker doodles and candy cane kiss cookies! Snacks will be served. Ages 2-5. $15 per child.

Thursday, December 15th – Sunday, December 18th:

12/15-16 from 6-7:30pm and 12/17-18 from 12-4pm: 31st Annual Santa Land Village Santa will be on hand daily for photo graphs. Children are encouraged to grab a free candy cane, work on a Christmas craft in the Elf Workshop, and view the incredible display! Special activities include: Carolers on (Thursday at 6:30pm), art truck (Friday at 6:30pm), horse drawn sleigh rides around the park (Saturday/Sunday from 1-3pm), hot chocolate (Saturday/Sunday), holiday photo b(Saturday/Sunday) and petting zoo (Saturday/Sunday).

Friday, December 16th:

9:30 – 10:30am and 11:30am – 12:30pm: Stew’s Famous Holiday Cookie Workshop! Each child will get to bake and decorate three kinds of cookie dough to take home. We will make festive sugar cookies, traditional snicker doodles and candy cane kiss cookies! Snacks will be served. Ages 2-5. $15 per child.

6 – 8pm: Stew’s Famous Holiday Cookie Workshop! Each child will get to bake and decorate four kinds of cookie dough to take home. We will make festive sugar cookies, traditional snicker doodles, funfetti shortbread bites and candy cane kiss cookies! Ages 6 – 12. $20 per child.

Saturday, December 17th:

9 – 10am: Stew’s Famous Holiday Cookie Workshop! Each child will get to bake and decorate three kinds of cookie dough to take home. We will make festive sugar cookies, traditional snicker doodles and candy cane kiss cookies! Snacks will be served. Ages 2-5. $15 per child.

6 – 8pm: Stew’s Famous Holiday Cookie Workshop! Each child will get to bake and decorate four kinds of cookie dough to take home. We will make festive sugar cookies, traditional snicker doodles, funfetti shortbread bites and candy cane kiss cookies! Ages 6 – 12. $20 per child.

Saturday, December 17th – Sunday, December 18th:

9am and 10:30am: Breakfast With Santa Families are invited to have breakfast with Santa and his friends Wow the Cow, Daphne Duck and Cynthia Chick! A buffet style breakfast of scrambled eggs, French toast sticks, bacon, sausage, mini muffins, assorted bagels, and fruit salad will be served. Sign up and prepay at Customer Service. Limited seating available. Children age 11 and under $7.99, children age 12 and adults $9.99.

12:30 – 6pm: Market Days Come and join Hartford Stage for some shopping and a show! Local vendors will showcase unique items for purchase in our lobby. Doors will open before the show at 12:30 PM and booths will be open during intermission and after the show.

Sunday, December 18th – Tuesday, January 3rd:

Candle lit table decorated for Christmas at Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum

Friday and Saturday, December 18 and 19, from 5 – 8pm and Saturdays, December 12 – January 3 from 10am – 4pm and Sundays, from 1 – 4pm: Three Centuries of Christmas The 2015 season kicks off with the lively Webb-Deane-Stevens Holiday Preview Party on Friday, December 11, from 5 to 8pm. Guests will delight in a candlelight preview of the dazzling holiday decorations throughout the museum, stroll from house to house enjoying delicious food, wine, ale, and live holiday music, and chat with Mr. and Mrs. Silas Deane, Mrs. Claus, and guides in period dress. Admission is $30 at the door. Evening-candlelight tours of the three elegantly appointed, historic houses—featuring guides in period dress sharing the fascinating history of Christmas and New Year’s Day. Admission is $12 adult, $6 children, $28 family (2 adults, 2 children).

Tuesday, December 27th:

9:30 – 10:30am and 11:30am- 12:30pm: New Year’s Eve Appetizer Party! Let’s celebrate the New Year by whipping up some of our favorite appetizers, including layered taco dip, mini pizza bites and loaded potato skins! Ages 2-5. $15 per child.

Tuesday, December 27th – Thursday, December 29th:

11am – 12:30pm and 5:30-7pm: Laser Holidays All ages are invited to join us for our festive laser musical planetarium presentation to get everyone in the holiday spirit! This popular program features a mix of everyone’s favorite holiday music, from the classical to the modern, all set to fantastic laser artwork. Laser Holidays is a fun affair for everyone and gives new meaning to the term “holiday lights” – holiday laser lights! Of course we’ll also take audiences on a live tour of the night sky. Learn about the constellations, planets and deep sky objects visible during this holiday season.

2 – 3:30pm: Season of Light Sky Show This presentation traces the history and development of many of the world’s most endearing holiday customs, all of which involve lighting up the winter season — from the burning Yule log, sparkling Christmas tree lights and candles in windows, to the lighting of luminarias in the American Southwest and the traditional ritual of the Hanukkah Menorah. The show also recounts the historical religious and cultural rituals practiced during the time of winter solstice — not only Christian and Jewish, but also Celtic, Nordic, Roman, Irish, Mexican and Hopi. It also takes a look at some of our more light-hearted seasonal traditions: from gift-giving and kissing under the mistletoe, to songs about lords a-leaping and ladies dancing, and the custom of decking the halls with greenery and candles. St. Nicholas, Sinterklaas, Kris Kringle, Father Christmas, and Santa Claus all drop by as well. Naturally, there is some astronomy in Season of Light. Audiences learn a selection of Northern hemisphere winter constellations, and find out why we even have seasons, as we demonstrate the Sun’s path across the sky throughout the year, and the Earth’s tilt and orbit around the Sun. And of course, the program explores the possible astronomical explanations for a “Star over Bethlehem” in the last quarter of the show: comets, meteors, novae and supernovae, and planetary conjunctions. Season of Light is visually rich, culturally inclusive, musically satisfying, and soothing as a warm drink on a cold winter’s night — and the perfect program for that end-of-the-year program slot! Ages 12 and up.

Friday, December 30th:

9:30 – 10:30am and 11:30am- 12:30pm: New Year’s Eve Appetizer Party! Let’s celebrate the New Year by whipping up some of our favorite appetizers, including layered taco dip, mini pizza bites and loaded potato skins! Ages 2-5. $15 per child.

6 – 8pm: New Year’s Eve Appetizer Party! Let’s celebrate the New Year by whipping up some of our favorite appetizers, including layered taco dip, mini-pizza bites, Swedish meatballs, loaded potato skins, and cheesy garlic crescent bombs! Ages 6 – 12. $25 per child.

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