Apple Holler Presents Mrs Claus and The Littlest Reindeer

Racine, WI (PressExposure) November 25, 2009 -- Apple Holler is celebrating the Christmas season by presenting an original musical show for children, called Mrs. Claus and the Littlest Reindeer. The show and craft session will take place in the Orchard Market where guests will be surrounded by twinkling lights, holiday decor and the setting of the Claus home at the North Pole. The Christmas show is available December 1st through December 20th.

Children age three and up will enjoy this charming, interactive musical play that emphasizes the value of kindness and inner strength. Mrs. Claus is taking care of a baby reindeer named Ben, who is not growing up as big as the other reindeer, but he shows that he has a very big heart. The story helps children learn that character is more important than outward appearance. The children will also enjoy a cookie and take part in a holiday themed activity. The culminating events will be a visit with live reindeer, which will be followed by an outdoor ride on The Candy Cane Express.

The cost of $7.00 per person (children and adults) includes the musical show, Mrs. Claus and the Littlest Reindeer, a homemade cookie, a holiday activity, a visit with live reindeer, a ride on the Candy Cane Express, and an opportunity for photos with Mrs. Claus and the reindeer. A complimentary ticket is given for each group of 20 or more.

Performance times for Mrs. Claus and the Littlest Reindeer are available at 9 a.m., 10 a.m., 11 a.m. and noon on select weekdays, and 10 a.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. Reservations are required for all shows. Call Apple Holler at 262-886-8500 to make reservations and for available show times.

About Apple Holler

The Apple Holler Family Farm is located between Racine and Kenosha, on the west Frontage Road off I-94, just north of highway KR, at exit 337. Apple Holler is a restaurant, bakery, gift shop and apple orchard, and features many entertainment activities, including the Red Barn Musical Theatre shows, children’s shows, barnyard animals, outdoor play areas for children, hay wagon rides, horse-drawn sleigh rides, a seasonal flower market, and fall apple and pumpkin festivals.

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Press Release Submitted On: November 25, 2009 at 12:34 pm
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