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Story Time With Santa
Santa will return to Dinosaur Hill Nature Preserve with his live reindeer, Donder and Blitzen on Sunday, Dec. 9 between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Santa will talk with the good little boys and girls inside the Nature Center where his elves will also have a story and nature activities for the children.
Donder and Blitzen will bein the Candy Cane Coral in the front garden area. Snowmen will be hiding along the nature trails and there will be an old fashioned treat at the end of the trail inthe Little House at the Edge of the Woods. Children should dress for indoor and outdoor activities.
Information and reservation forms are available on the Friends of Dinosaur Hills website dinosaurhillfriends.org or at the Nature Center during office hours.
The Nature Center is located at 333 North Hill Circle. The cost is $7.00 per child with no charge for grown ups. Groups of 20 children are admitted every ½ hour between 10 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. and reservations are necessary. It’s a “natural” way to enjoy the holiday season!
More About Dinosaur Hill Nature Preserve
Nestled along the banks of Paint Creek, the popular nature center features family activities such as Friday night campfires and holiday-themed events as well as preschool classes during the school year, big kid adventures during the summer and a picturesque network of trails for everyone all year long.
The center is supported by memberships, donations, grants and also through fund-raising events. Volunteer opportunities are plentiful.
Where did its name come from? Wander along Dinosaur Trail, near the entrance to the nature center, and notice the hill that resembles a long-necked dinosaur.
Other events here
- Dinosaur Hill Nature Center Sunday Open Hours Weekly on Sundays, 12:00 pm–3:00 pm