The indoor crèche exhibit, now in its 11th consecutive year, can become a tradition for the whole family. Enjoy the expansive display of unique nativity scenes on loan from community members living right in your own neighborhood.
Several crèche exhibits come with historic backgrounds and others from travels abroad. A fan favorite includes one that survived the Waldo Canyon fire. Children can enjoy the interactive room where it’s “OK” to touch the displays.
Inspiring choirs and guests perform holiday music in the background.
This year’s performers include: John Stoffey, piano soloist, USAFA LDS Cadet Choir directed by Vickie Edwards, Pikes Peak Youth Ringers, directed by Jan Weiser, “Come Saturday Morning” – women’s vocal octet singers and Pikes Peak Flute Choir quartet ensemble among other musical performances.
The live outdoor Nativity Performance is a reenactment of the story of Jesus’ birth portrayed by 25 cast members along with live animals which completes the historic scene.
This is the 14th year for the production which is professionally narrated and takes you back to ancient Biblical times. Free hot chocolate is provided and warm dress suggested.
The performance lasts approximately 20 minutes.