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|Santa, Snacks, and Stories at Brucemore|
|News Releases - Local Events|
|Written by Tara Richards|
|Friday, 11 November 2011 14:20|
Children are invited to Brucemore for a festive and memorable evening of holiday tradition—Santa, Snacks and Stories on Sunday, December 4 and Tuesday, December 6 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The mansion’s holiday décor and the estate’s seasonal spirit add to the evening’s activities. In the Visitor Center, children will be delighted by two new activities: sing-a-long caroling with Brucemore’s most famous resident, Leo the Lion, and a cookie decorating station. In the mansion, children will make reindeer hats, listen to a holiday story, and give Santa their wish-lists. In between activities, children and parents are invited to freely roam the mansion and ask any questions to the available stationary guides.
Admission is $7 per child and $5 per child of a Brucemore member. One adult is free per child admission; each additional adult is $5. Space is limited. Call (319) 362-7375 for reservations. For further information or to register online, visit www.brucemore.org. Santa, Snacks, and Stories is sponsored by US Bank.
Brucemore, Iowa’s only National Trust Historic Site, is located at 2160 Linden Drive SE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The 26-acre park-like estate in the heart of Cedar Rapids boasts a delightful Queen Anne style mansion built between 1884 and 1886. Brucemore has been home to three prominent families who used the estate as a center for culture and the arts. The estate continues to be a hub for cultural, philanthropic, and educational activities. Each year thousands of visitors attend specialty tours, musical events, fine arts performances, children’s programs, holiday celebrations, and garden walks held on the estate. For more information, call (319) 362-7375 or visit www.brucemore.org.
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