The Hardin Center is celebrating the holiday season with “Let it Snow” and “Festival of Trees 25.” This is the Hardin Center’s fourth year to host Let it Snow. The highlight of the children’s exhibit is an area filled with a material that resembles and feels like real snow. Festival of Trees has been a holiday favorite at the Hardin Center. The exhibit includes 34 Christmas Trees that are decorated by local schools and non-profits using handmade ornaments. This year’s theme is “Christmas on Broadway” and each tree highlights a different Broadway show.
Admission is $8 per person and includes Imagination Place Children’s Museum. Admission is free for Hardin Center members and for children under 24 months. Let it Snow ends January 31, 2016 and Festival of Trees ends December 31. Both exhibits are open 10 am to 5 pm, Monday through Saturday, and 1 pm to 5 pm on Sunday. The Hardin Center will be open daily with the exception of Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day. Field trip reservations are still available for schools and groups. For more information call256.543.2787 or visit www.culturalarts.org