LINCOLN, Neb. -- In the fall, JK's Pumpkin Patch pulls out all the stops for Halloween, but October doesn't last forever.
When the temperature drops and snow falls, the business takes on a whole different look.
It transforms from a pumpkin patch to a Winter Wonderland-- complete with Santa's sleigh, face painting, crafts and the big guy himself.
JK's Winter Wonderland is inside a heated barn just North of Lincoln. No matter the weather, families can grab some frosted sugar cookies and a hot drink to get into the holiday spirit.
For just $10 per child, families can write a letter to Santa, take a picture with Santa and get a CD with their photos.
"They get to do an ornament craft as a family and enjoy some cookies and cider," said Owner Josh Kadavy. "It's just a wonderful time for families to come in and interact."
The Winter Wonderland is in its third year, but owners hope to keep it going for years to come.
"This is one of those things we started, and we're going to continue to make that a tradition for families," said Kadavy.
JK's Winter Wonderland is open from 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays through December 18th.
Visit their website for more information.
ALSO THIS WEEKEND:
Saturday night, head to the Lied Center for a Canadian Brass Christmas.
The Canadian Brass will play Christmas Carols and classics.
The concert starts at 7:30 PM.
Tickets are $42 or $30. They are available for half price for students and kids.
You can buy tickets through the Lied Center's website or by calling the Box Office at 402-472-4747.
The Railyard Ice Rink Holiday Movie Series kicks of Thursday, December 8.
All shows start at 7:00 and are free.
Here's a look at this year's schedule:
12/15: A Charlie Brown Christmas & Frosty the Snowman
12/22: Jingle All the Way
12/29: It's a Wonderful Life