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What You'll Get
The winter blues settle in when people get sick of staying indoors, watching the same reruns, and knitting tiny mittens for their house centipedes. Get back to nature and out of that teeming lair of insects with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for two adult admissions to the "Chili" Winter Evening event (a $30 value)
- $25 for two adult admissions and two children’s admissions to the "Chili" Winter Evening event (a $50 value)
On Saturday, January 26, from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m., the nature center provides refuge from seasonal doldrums and pickpocketing snowmen by inviting guests to this seasonal event. Upon arriving, partygoers hitch a ride aboard a horse-drawn sleigh and gracefully glide toward a bonfire, where hot drinks and nostalgic aromas await to warm frosted bones. Then, as guests enjoy a wholesome chili dinner and dessert, the Powerlight Band—a Motown group—seize the spotlight, inflating the evening with mirthful tunes and advanced hair technology from the 1960s. Although wine and beer are not included with this Groupon, both are available for purchase at the event.
Taking a breather from dancing, attendees can experience life during the pioneer times of Michigan by sifting through snowdrifts for golden acorns or taking a guided tour of the Moon log cabin. A silent auction, meanwhile, affords the chance to corral handcrafted treasures made by local artists, and snowshoe rentals equip hooves with the proper buoyancy to explore surrounding trails without having to share the chili dinner with a team of sled huskies.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 26, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Woldumar Nature Center
Woldumar Nature Center greets visitors with a coterie of trees, flowers, and grasses that populate 178 acres of diverse environs representing the region's larger ecosystem. Visitors explore the center's trails spanning 5 miles of lush scenery, which treats them to a prairie of wildflowers waving their vivid heads in the breeze, the Grand River flowing throughout 1.25 miles, and a hardwood forest that casts cool shade in the shadows of beech and maple trees. Deer peacefully forage in the apple orchard, and a butterfly garden hosts a feast for the gentle winged insects. The herb garden showcases common household herbs such as rosemary alongside oft-forgotten useful plants such as calendula, which pinky swears it goes well in potato soup. The nature center's knowledgeable staff lead educational programs year-round that fill brains with experiences in geocaching, exploring the Grand River, and watching live owl presentations.