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Cookies and Photos with Santa!

Looking to get your kids’ pictures taken with Santa this year for a decent price? We are calling this the best kept secret in Wichita this December because for only $15 each child gets storytime, a professional 5×7 photo, and a delicious cookie from the bakery. Instead of waiting in a long line, you can sit back and relax on the sidelines with a cup of coffee while your child enjoys their time with Santa. A professional 5×7 picture will be done by Captured Moments Photography and delivered to your door a couple weeks before Christmas! Other photo packages are available, including a picture ornament of your child with Santa. Also, if you have a special needs child or know of someone who does, this Santa has experience with special needs kids so if parents are looking for a welcoming spot that doesn’t have long lines and has a decent price, they should check it out! It’s all happening on Saturday, December 9 from 10am-2pm. No reservations required. Storytime will be at 10am. Start a new tradition in your family and come make some awesome memories with us! See you there!

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8th Annual Night in Bethlehem

Journey back to that night of the birth of Jesus, visiting the village & the marketplace of Bethlehem. Then visit the shepherds in the fields, the Inn, and the Holy Family in the stable. Experience it all and share the meaning of the season with us. Two nights from 6:00 to 9:00. Last tour at 8:30 each night.

$1 or canned food item per person

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Elf: Holiday Film Interactive Screening

Love the hit movie “Elf” featuring the comedic antics of Will Farrell? Connect with other humans that share your affinity for elf culture for this audience-participation film screening a la “Rocky Horror Picture Show.” The screening room will be decorated in elf-inspired holiday regalia. Cash bar and hip holiday hullabaloo will be available throughout the evening. Presented with WAM Contemporaries. Tickets are $15 for WAM members; $20 for the general public and you must be 21 or older to attend. Buy tickets online at wichitaartmuseum.org/events. NOTE: Entry for the Elf screenings will be on the east side of the museum in the Jayne Milburn Sculpture Plaza at the doors opening to the Living Room. Parking is available in the overflow parking lot southeast of the museum at Stackman Drive and Museum Blvd.

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Friends of the Wichita Art Museum Holiday Open House

The Friends of the Wichita Art Museum invite you to warm up with holiday refreshments, entertainment including The Goddard High School Madrigals and Young World Dance Studio, storytime with Glitter Elf, and a visit with Santa Claus. Don’t miss this heartwarming event for young and old, creating memories you will cherish throughout the holiday season and beyond.

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Winter Art Mania

Bring friends and family to the museum following your day of turkey and pumpkin pie. These two action-packed days of free admission will include family–friendly movies, exciting artmaking, gallery explorations, and more fun and surprises. What is WAM thankful for? Our visitors!

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West Wichita Holiday LuLa Crawl

We are back again for another amazing LuLa Crawl. Come join us to do some early holiday shopping, six houses and twenty one consultants will be set up. Cross those names off your shopping list as you browse thousands of pieces of LuLa, we are even offering complimentary gift wrapping! Get your card punched by each consultant along the crawl and be entered to win some amazing prizes.

We will once again be collecting donations for the Wichita Children’s Home. There are many items that are needed not only around the holidays but year round. Bring a donation and get $5 in LuLa cash* to spend with any consultant during the crawl. The wishlist will be posted soon to the event page.

*Limit one LuLa cash per person, cannot be used on any Disney item.

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Easter Activities for the Last Minute Mom

Easter Activities for Last Minute Moms

I can’t be the only one who always has grand plans of holiday themed activities and crafts for my kids and then, whoops, the holiday has passed and it never happened. I don’t know if it’s the former preschool teacher in me or what, but from the time my first daughter was born I felt […]

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