OH MY GOSH!  Who knew?  Did you know that Santa has his own international organization and educational group. I didn't.  More than 1,000 Santas, and even the "real"  Santa was there.  .  We spent last week in Branson at the Chataeu on the Lake.  They wanted a real live reindeer and we took "Brownie".  He was amazing.  He had his picture taken 100's of times and he was as docile and good as he could be.  He even got his fill of treats.  They had a car show, a sleigh show, snow olympics, a vendors show, etc.  All things Santa were on display.  Okay, only the family friendly things were displayed.  Needless, to say anything and everything that happened last week was blamed on the guy in the red suit with the white beard.  It was a great learning experience and a great deal of fun.  I got a naughty/nice coin.  I have been flipping it every day to decide how I'm going to act that day. I assumed that is what it is for.  Anyway, Santa if you are checking up on me "I WANT IT ALL!!"  Oh, and "World Peace."

Next week, Brownie will be at "Christmas in July" at Lawrence Dumont Stadium with the Wingnuts, The KC Wine Company in Kansas City, and possibly at a KC Royals game.  Stay tuned for more adventures of Brownie. our very own cookie monster and his flying friends, Sterling, Lena, and Itsy Bitsy.

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Fulton Valley Farms was founded in 1869 and is currently owned by David and Betty Corbin. The Corbin's, along with their family, operate this real working heritage farm in addition to a large wedding venue and special events business. At Fulton Valley Farms, we love to share what we enjoy everyday with those who do not have the same opportunity. We started Fulton Valley Farms from the idea of using our space to fulfill the enjoyment of others. The Farm is situated between a rippling stream and 250 sprawling acres of land covered with woods and lined with growing crops . Our venue boasts a large events building, The Woods Conference Center, several small meeting venues, walking paths with bridges, streams, ponds, wooded areas and open land. This unique combination allows us to cater to your individual desires for any type of event.