Museum cancels Dec. 12-13 programsNovember 16, 2020
By Herald Staff
Due to the latest COVID-19, guidelines, the museum has decided to cancel programs on Dec. 12 and 13. Scheduled those days were a Cookie Walk and a Christmas Bazaar on Saturday, Dec.12, and Joe (Swampy) Schoenbachler carving, Storytime for the children and a Cookie Walk on Sunday, Dec. 13.
The museum will be open regular hours from Nov. 19 through January 3, 2021, for The Festival of Trees viewing, Santa figurine display, a wide variety of Hummel figurines, an Alpine winter photo opportunity, a display of miniature Dickens village and a lighted Main Street.
Sixteen decorated Christmas Trees are displayed in the Festival of Trees from communities in Dubois County. Each tree is very unique and tells a story of their community. Also displayed around the museum are about fifteen additional decorated trees. You are invited to go online to Facebook, Twitter and the museum website to see up-to-date pictures of the trees.
While visiting the museum in person, the museum is urging the wearing of face masks, staying at least 6 feet apart, and moving around in the spacious museum area in order to keep everyone safe.
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