· Ornament making that allows the children to feel the shapes and textures of beads, sand, glitter, paint and various other craft materials to create their own unique designs.
· An exploration of the Christmas tree lot which includes brushing against the branches, taking in the crisp fragrance of the firs and picking out their own tree to hang their newly crafted ornaments on.
· Singing Christmas carols atop a hayride.
· Sitting on Santa's lap, feeling his beard, listening to his kind, soothing voice and feeling the velvety fabric of his suit.
· Enjoying a festive lunch.
“We have worked with the Blind Children’s Learning Center for years and our holiday event has become one of the most anticipated celebrations we host all year,” said Andrew Theodorou, vice president & general manager of Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort. “We hope that this sensory experience will bring the joy of the season to these deserving children.”
Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort is a 100-acre non-membership recreational area featuring a 386-site state-of-the-