The Neville Public Museum is hosting a Breakfast with Santa on Saturday, December 14 at 9am. The morning includes a breakfast buffet and a personal visit from ol’ St. Nick. All children will receive a wrapped present.
Cost is $12 for members and $14 for non-members. Kids age one and under are free. Advance registration is required.
For more information on the Neville’s Breakfast with Santa, click here.
- Elf on the Shelf Scavenger Hunt at various downtown businesses
- Holiday Storytime at Kress Family Library
- Meet with Santa and Mrs. Claus at White Pillars Museum
- Kids’ Magic Show at XO fitness
- Horse-drawn carriage rides departing from the Lee Building ($2 adults, $1 kids)
- Free showing of “The Grinch” at De Pere Cinema
The candle and tree lighting will cap off the event at 6:45pm at Crevier Commons.
For more information on the Holiday Open House, check the event’s Facebook page.
What can you expect to see at the Heritage Hill Spirit of Christmas Past? Lots of good old-fashioned things that take us away from the 21st century:
- Old-fashioned holiday baking that does not include a tube of dough and a Doughboy
- Music from local performers and not music on an iPod
- Christmas shadow play instead of Nintendo DS
- Christmas stories by fire instead of watching Christmas shows on TV
- horse drawn wagon rides ($1 per person) instead of driving in the SUV or minivan
- many hands on activities and visit with a historic Santa, too!
- Heritage Hill members and children 3 and under FREE
- $9 for adults
- $8 for seniors (over 62)
- $7 for children (4-17)
You can receive $1 off your admission when you bring either a canned good to donate to the Salvation Army or a new, unwrapped book to the Give-A-Kid-A-Book campaign.
For more information on a Heritage Hill Christmas, click here.
This free and family-friendly event will feature area high school choirs performing carols in the Lambeau Field Atrium, holiday movies and cartoons, as well as a chance for kids to make their own holiday cards. Kids can even get their photo taken with Santa.
At 6:30pm, the event will move outdoors to Harlan Plaza for the formal lighting of the tree.
Families attending the event are encouraged to bring a new or gently used toy to donate to Toys for Tots.
For more information on the Festival of Lights, click here.