On January 17 and 18 get ready for Pooh Bear and Pals Weekend . In the activity room kids can make hunny pots and Winnie the Pooh masks, plus at 6 p.m. their will be a scavenger hunt. For movie time you can watch 'Winnie The Pooh' on Friday night and 'Christopher Robin' on Saturday night. Remember to make a reservation by calling 1-877-2EAGLE2.
Then the next weekend on January 24 & 25, do (not) come to the Soaring Eagle Waterpark and Hotel for (Not) Opposite Weekend. In the activity room, kids can make a paper plate mask, and an up-and-down handprint. There will also be $5 glitter tattoos and story time with Nokomis. Always, there will be movies, Friday night they will play "Opposite Day" and on Saturday it'll be "Inside Out."
The resort is also offering a deal to help beat the Winter Blues. Stay at Soaring Eagle Waterpark and Hotel overnight in a standard room for just $79. The deal includes waterpark passes and shuttle services to and from the casino. Remember to reserve a room by calling 1-877-2EAGLE2.
Lots of great performers are taking the stage in 2020. First is country star Justin Moore . Over his 10 year career, Moore has produced eight number one's including "Point At You" and "Small Town USA." He's shared the stage with Hank Williams Junior, Brad Paisley, and Miranda Lambert to name just a few.
He's known as the "King of Rant" and if you missed seeing him in Grand Rapids in November, here's another chance to catch Lewis Black's act at Soaring Eagle on January 31. He's one of the few performers to sell out multiple renowned theaters including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and the Main Stage at the Mirage in Las Vegas. Tickets for this show start at $35.
Over 45 years ago, America harmonized their way to the top of the charts on the strength of their signature song 'A Horse with No Name.' This Grammy winning light folk-rock band from London is going to be in Michigan on February 7th. Other hits include 'Ventura Highway,' 'Tin Man,' and 'You Can Do Magic.' They`ll be joined by Christopher Cross. His well-recognized hits include 'Ride Like the Wind,' 'Say You`ll Be Mine,' and his Grammy winning Song of the Year, 'Sailing.'
In November 1978, Jake and Elwood Blues made their national television debut on Saturday Night Live, and overnight The Blues Brothers became a sensation. 15 years later, after the passing of Jake, the long-lost brother Zee stepped in to carry on the family tradition. They'll be singing through all your favorites including 'Sweet Home Chicago' all backed by the internationally renowned Sacred Hearts. Tickets for this show and all others can be purchased at etix.com .
Just a reminder if school is canceled due to weather, but road conditions allow, treat the kids to a day at the waterpark for only $12 per person. Kids 3 and under are free. It's valid from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Feel free to call (989)-817-4801to check on availability prior to your arrival and ask for the snow pass rate.