Stuhr Museum's Annual Princess Pary

GRAND ISLAND, STUHR MUSEUM – Every child is royalty for an afternoon during Stuhr Museum’s popular “Prairie Princess Party,” Saturday, February 8th, from 1-4 p.m. This year’s event will be held at College Park, 3180 W. Highway 34, across the street from Stuhr Museum.

The party will feature games, face painting, a Victorian tea, a “royal” hair studio, games and much more in what has become a very popular event for little girls (and boys) over the years. Dressing up is encouraged and the day includes a full slate of activities, including:

•Pictures with Miss Nebraska JaCee Pilkington in the Hornady Marshall Auditorium
•A beautifully decorated Victorian Tea room where you are announced as royalty
•A “Royal” Beauty Salon where princesses are invited to get a fancy hair-do compliments of Joseph’s School of Beauty.
•Free simple face painting and elaborate face painting for $5
•Dance Lessons from Heartland School of Dance (begins at 1:45)
•Fairy Tales and other stories read throughout the day
•Games, mazes and other royal activities
•Royal crafts that you can take home with you
•Surprises for princesses and princes around every corner!

College Park will also be decked with frilly decorations around every corner and royal activities wherever you look. Children (and adults) are encouraged to dress up for this fancy occasion. Visiting Princes and Princesses must be accompanied by an adult. Admission is $5 per person. For more information, call (308) 385-5316.