This year’s celebration will highlight over a dozen trees decorated by nonprofit organizations, communities, and clubs throughout the county. This event is part of Olde Towne Christmas.
During the open house, there will be a raffle of door prizes and the highly-anticipated drawing for the winner of the 2016 Raffle Quilt. This year’s quilt was made and donated by Carece Harstad and long arm quilted by Vicki Corcoran. The stunning king size quilt is done in pink and brown, green and creams. Tickets will be available up until the drawing for all raffle prizes.
The museum invites the public in to see some beautiful Christmas trees, eat some holiday treats, and enjoy walking through the museum while local folk artist Michael Murphy provides entertainment. This is a terrific way to kick off the holiday season.