Winter Wonderland Children's Ball at Stepping Stones

Winter Wonderland Children’s Ball at Stepping Stones!

Eye-Popping Bubble Show Highlights Enchanted Evening of Entertainment

Your royal invitation has arrived! Stepping Stones is calling all little princes and princesses for an unforgettable, magical evening filled with entertainment for the entire family. The museum will be transformed into a snow-kissed wonderland for the annual Winter Wonderland Children’s Ball and Bubble Show on Saturday, February 10th from 4:00 – 8:00 pm. 

So don your tiara, slide into your glass slippers, and put on your fanciest dress for a fairy-tale fiesta. Guests can pose for the paparazzi, enjoy “cool” winter-themed activities and dance the night away.

"Bubbleology - The Secret World of Bubbles” is a mesmerizing performance for audiences of all ages. Be dazzled by a bubbly Eiffel Tower or a dancing snow-white snow-man, while learning about the art and science of soap bubbles. Bubble artist Keith Michael Johnson uses bubbles—large and small—to explain liquids, solids and gasses, geometry, tension and pressure.  He has appeared on the Discovery Channel and National Geographic TV. Performance times are:

  • 5:00 pm
  • 6:00 pm
  • 7:00 pm

Get your tickets early as this event traditionally sells out. Early bird tickets for Members are $8/person, Non-members $13/person. After Friday, February 2nd, tickets for Members are $10/person, Non-members $15/person. Register online at, call 203 899 0606, ext. 264, or visit the Welcome Desk. Reservations are required. 

About Stepping Stones Museum for Children

Stepping Stones Museum for Children is an award-winning, private, non-profit 501 (c)(3) children’s museum committed to broadening and enriching the lives of children and families. For more information about Stepping Stones, to book a field trip or schedule a class, workshop or facility rental call 203-899-0606 or visit

 Bubble photo courtesy of Keith Michael Johnson/Bubbleology and the photo of children is courtesy of Stepping Stones Museum for Children.

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