Family Sing-Along with Santa
December 6 – Christmas with Keith Munslow
Keith’s one-of-a-kind holiday sing-along will delight everyone, with its unique mix of holiday favorites, as well as funny and original songs and stories, tongue-twisting poems, oddball characters, and on-the-spot cartoon drawing.
December 13 – Seasonal Celebration with Christopher Carbone
Come, gather 'round and enjoy a special holiday story and song celebration with Christopher Kavi Carbone, the musical storyteller of lightness and warmth!
Bring the whole family to Blithewold for this special holiday musical performance. After an interactive holiday sing-along, Santa Claus himself will make a special appearance to visit and to read “The Night Before Christmas.” After the show, we’ll savor cookies and hot cocoa. And, there will also be an opportunity to have photos taken with Santa! (There will be an additional charge for the photos, however.)
Registration is required since seating in the Living Room is limited.
To register please click here.
$15 Adult Members
$17 Adult Non-members
$8 Member Children
$10 Non-member Children
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