Join us for our annual Holiday Celebration in Bellevue, Nebraska on Saturday, November 30, 2013 from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at The Lied Activity Center located at 2700 Arboretum Drive (Corner of Fort Crook & Highway 370) in Bellevue, Nebraska.
At WorldFest 2013: Christmas, Culture & Customs From Around The World; We have live entertainment,Vendors providing food/activities/educational opportunities, and Hay Rack Rides. We've included the addition of the Medieval and Renaissance Society. Visit the special Medieval/Renaissance Village and learn about rope making, leather work, weaving, woodworking, metal work, jewelry making and more!
Santa Claus will visit with all of the children. Each child receives a complimentary photo with Santa Claus and a treat.
WorldFest begins with an opening ceremony that features many of our costumed participants marching with Santa Claus to the WorldFest Stage. Santa will kick off the ceremony and the fun begins! Be sure to arrive a few minutes prior to 12:00 p.m. to see Santa's official arrival!
Best of all? The majority of our event is free to the public and family-friendly. All activities and entertainment are free. We will also have vendors who will have items for sale for holiday shoppers.
We will be collecting donations for the BPD/BFRD Holiday Heroes Program. If your family would like to help a child that is less fortunate over the holiday season, this is a great program. Look for the Holiday Heroes Donation Box in our vendor area. All donations are sincerely appreciated.
This year we are, again, supporting the Marines Toys For Tots Foundation. There will be Marines posted at the entrance collecting new, unwrapped toys and distribute them to needy children in our area.
Additional details will be posted on this website in the future. We will be providing links and photos of participants, so be sure to come back to our site to learn more.
If you are interested in participating as a vendor, volunteer or being a part of the entertainment program, contact Councilwoman Carol Blood at (402) 517-1446 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Space is limited and on a first-come, first-serve basis.