Spend time this vacation season surrounded by pure magnificence throughout The Ridges Sanctuary’s annual Natural Christmas, set for Dec. 11, 3-6 pm, at the Cabins at The Ridges, 8288 Cty Q in Baileys Harbor.
Guests can stroll the softly lit Hidden Brook boardwalk, roast marshmallows and chestnuts round an out of doors hearth, and hearken to vacation music within the fantastically embellished Kaye Cabin. Delicious cookies, heat cider and scorching chocolate will likely be out there within the embellished Cook-Albert Fuller Nature Center, 8166 Hwy 57 in Baileys Harbor.
The occasion will even embrace a wreath-making workshop, free vacation crafts for all ages, guided hikes and excursions of the Range Light, and buying at the Nature Store for nature-themed stocking stuffers, housewares and clothes.
Admission is free, however donations are appreciated. The charge of $20 for the wreath-making workshop consists of all supplies for one wreath. Additional wreaths and swags are $10 every. Masks are required for all indoor actions.
The Ridges can be internet hosting a photograph contest Nov. 22 – Dec. 13 of photographs taken at The Ridges or in Baileys Harbor with the theme of nature. An extra prize class will likely be provided for photographs taken throughout Natural Christmas. Submit photographs by means of Facebook beginning Nov. 29 by tagging @ridgessanctuary and utilizing #ridgesphoto2021.
Call 920.839.2802 or go to ridgessanctuary.org to search out out extra.