For the 28th consecutive year, the Hardin Center will be hosting two separate holidays’ themed events for the entire family to enjoy. The Hardin Center has brought the fun and excitement of snow indoors.
Let it Snow is a designated play area for children to enjoy the look and feel of snow without actually having to be outdoors. A new snow slide and jump house has been added to the imagination place. Deputy Director Tom Banks explains why every parent should bring their child to this wonderful event.
Every year for the Festival of Trees event, a different theme is created. This year, the theme is centered on the First Ladies of our country. There are a total of 32 decorated trees and Banks shares why this exhibit is so special.
Banks also says it’s a great learning experience for the students as they learned a lot about the First Ladies while they looked up information to attach to the trees. All students who participated will also get the opportunity to take a field trip to the Hardin Center to view all the trees, play in the snow, and also view the other exhibits inside the Center.
The Festival of Trees will be on display until December 31st and the Let is Snow imagination place will be open until the 31st of January.