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Christmas in the Mansion sings an old fashioned holiday song highlighting the unique architectural style of the Victorian era. Ribbons, packages, lights, and frivolities will warm your visit with a chorus of traditions from Christmases past.
On Tuesday-Friday the event takes place from 10am-4pm and Saturday-Sunday from 11am-4pm.
The Fox Valleyaires and the Neenah-Menasha Roundtable Kiwanis are combining their efforts to kick off the 2014 holiday season. Their 15th annual dinner show promises an enjoyable evening of a delicious 5-star dinner and a cappella four-part entertainment at 7:30pm.
This month's movie is the family classic A Christmas Story. In the film, Ralphie dreams of his ideal Christmas gift but when his parents deny his requests Ralphie mounts a full-scale Santa-begging campaign. He encounters a slew of unfortunate calamities along the way. Refreshments will be provided. Rated PG.
Join us for one of the most joyous Christmas traditions in the region as we present a concert of seasonal sacred music. Celebrate the true meaning of the season with 75 voices lifted in praise and joy! We will feature your most-loved Christmas songs, audience sing-alongs and candle-lit finale throughout the beautiful Lawrence Chapel. Make this memorable concert part of your family’s Christmas tradition!
Christmas Stars features a cast of over 250 performers (ages five to senior citizen) in a dazzling holiday musical revue featuring favorite Christmas tunes, traditional carols sung by our 120-voice choir, eye-popping production numbers including a recreation of New York’s Christmas parade and a stunning “Living Nativity” finale to bring home the true “reason for the season.” Over one thousand gorgeous costumes, beautiful sets, lighting & staging make Christmas Stars one of the Midwest’s premiere holiday attractions.
Learn tricks and tips for adding sparkle to your fused glass with iridized glass. Create a small dish perfect for the holidays. Experience with glass cutting is helpful. Sara Rezin, Instructor.
Make ghost, pumpkin, candy corn and witch hat beads to wear for Halloween! This class will help you understand how to manipulate bead forms into a variety of shapes and come out with some fun Halloween jewelry. Basic flameworking experience is required.
Back by popular demand! Boogie & the YoYoZ started performing for the masses in 1995 under their original name, Yogi & the Boo Booz. They were named after their drummer's (Brian Yogerst) nickname. (Not after that pesky bear who steals picnic baskets.) Unfortunately, shortly after their inception they had a little bit of a run in with Hanna-Barbera (Yogi & Boo Boo's keepers). Thus, the name change. Boogie has played a variety of shows ranging from birthday parties, weddings, and local taverns to regional festivals, opening for national acts, and headlining country and state fairs. Last year's first-ever Christmas show was a near sell out - don't miss this second round!
Take a journey indoors encountering various nighttime characters that will share fun and factual information with you. This event, sponsored by the Friends of the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary, is held inside the Nature Center.
Join us for our Holiday Open House and make a glass bell ornament($15 each). We’ll also provide a real jingle bell to attach with copper wire after it is fired in the kiln.
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