Yes, Virginia–you can contribute to an old-fashioned Christmas at the Museum

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Do you have a Christmas-related collection that you’d like to include in our exhibit on a short-term loan basis? Let others enjoy your collection of Santa’s angels, vintage toys, trains, etc. The display officially starts on Saturday, December 16th with an open house, and runs through mid-January. Call Bob at the Museum at 413-591-8702 for more information.Your items will add to the joy of the season.

Please donate your unwanted Christmas items in good condition. Manufactured or handmade, we need them to decorate our Museum display rooms for the holidays. We need: tree ornaments, garlands, tree lighting and bubble lights, Lemax and Dept. 56 buildings and figures, and any Christmas table decoration. So don’t throw them out! Drop-off is at the Museum at 817 South Main Street, now through Thursday, November 30th – Monday through Thursday mornings from 9 am to 12 noon, and Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 2 pm.

 

CALLING ALL CRAFTERS AND COLLECTORS FOR OUR HISTORY GIFT “EXCHANGE”

The Society is creating a “gift shop” area in the Museum and is looking for quality items to stock the shelves. Items could include, but are not limited to, bird houses, feeding stations, bread boards, ceramics/pottery, wooden items, photography, prints, note cards, pot holders, aprons, placemats, quilts, mittens, socks, scarves, hats, candles, table centerpieces, grapevine wreaths, soaps, toys, games, stuffed animals, dolls, jewelry, family recipes, Christmas decorations, Christmas stockings, table-size Christmas trees, and much more.

Doreen Atwood is our Exchange Coordinator. Call the Museum at 413-591-8702 for more information, or drop items off there Monday through Thursday from 9-12 and Saturday and Sunday from 10-2.

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