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Holiday Happenings at the Taber Museum

The Taber Museum invites the public to attend a preview of the museum’s holiday exhibit, “My Favorite Gift” on Friday, December 3, from 7:00 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. The preview will be enhanced with an opportunity to buy ornaments made by some of the area’s most talented artists. Candles made by the Miles Welby a

The Taber Museum invites the public to attend a preview of the museum’s holiday exhibit, “My Favorite Gift” on Friday, December 3, from 7:00 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. The preview will be enhanced with an opportunity to buy ornaments made by some of the area’s most talented artists. Candles made by the Miles Welby a Candle Company, created especially for the museum, will also be available. The ornament sale continues through the weekend, Saturday, December 4, from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. and Sunday, December 5, from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. There is no fee charged to visit the ornament sale or exhibit during the weekend, but admission will be charged to tour the rest of the museum on Saturday and Sunday.

Participating in this year’s ornament sale will be Deb Parsons (lampworked glass), Mickey Mapstone (birds), Catheal Weiser (Ukrainian eggs), Mike Swanger (blown glass), Jackie Thomas (felted ornaments), Sara Kiehl (calligraphy & wood art), Nadine Sapiente (stained glass), Meg Smith (wire and gemstones), Erma Woodis (mini paintings), Mallory Gardner (felted animals) and our featured artist Linda Campbell (ceramics). Many of the artists will feature their other creative works including jewelry, sculpture, handbags, pottery, and fiber wearables.

For the holiday exhibit “My Favorite Gift’, the museum is seeking the loan of an item or items which had special meaning when received and the story behind it. Was it a treasured memento handed down from generation to generation or perhaps given at a very special point in one’s life? Even something that perhaps changed your pathway in life? Not only would the Museum like to borrow the artifact, but request that the lender add details about its significance, who gave it, why it was given- which we will be included in a write-up about the object. The exhibit continues through January 15, 2022. For further information about the exhibit, please visit our website, tabermuseum.org or telephone 570.326.3326

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