Last year’s Christmas party was fine – same as the year before that… and the year before that one too. This year, throw your company holiday party somewhere totally new. Bring the crew and their families to Prairie Gardens, eat home cooking, make crafts with the kids, ride the polar express train and see a whole new fun side to your nose-whistling cube mate.
Yummy homemade catering
Dine on hearty beef on a bun or hot dogs for the kiddies in a warm pavilion. Admire the country Christmas décor and colourful gingerbread houses (you bought them so I bet you can eat them!). The greenhouse can seat up to 150 guests, so there’ll be lots of room for everybody.
You can also hire our amazing balloon artist to make cool balloon sculptures, purchase door hanger bouquets to send home with guests and have our elves give gift bags to the kids.
Adult meals are $12 per person, kids are $5 and toddlers two and under are free.
Fun for kids and bigs
You’ll see your starchy old co-workers in a whole new light when you have fun playing with them and their kids. Decorate gingerbread cookies, make a corncob bird feeder and play fox and goose in the snow maze. Take a snowy ride with Frosty on the train and a family photo with Santa.
Then let the little ones settle down to a story, write a letter to Santa and play with the gifts they got from the elves. That’s when you get to kick back round the cheery bonfire, have a hot apple cider and talk to your new work friend, the heavy typer, about anything but work.
Reserve now for parties between Nov 16 – Dec 20 (11 am to 9 pm). To book the best Christmas party ever call us at 780.921.2272 or email email@example.com.
I don’t want to sound too confident – but you will love it here so much that you and your kids will really want to come back soon. (I know this because my three-year-old would be at the farm every day if he could.)
Luckily, you don’t have to wait until spring. You can do it all over again on Dec 14 & 15. Ride the train, roast marshmallows, run around in the snow – plus more wild nature crafts, shadow puppet theatre, bunnies and geese, Christmas lantern making and our famous chili and dilly potatoes for lunch. The little guy will probably have thought of something else to tell Santa too – so he’ll have another chance here.
This festival weekend is open to the public, no reservations required. Buy your tickets online or onsite – kids under two are free.