The Dubois County Museum has decked out itself in the finest Christmas decorations for the holiday season. The museum elves have decorated about 20 trees throughout the museum with bright lights, bold colors, and lovely ornaments and decorations. The Santa collection from Kay Smock is displayed in several display cases. Her collection of 1,000 pieces is a must see. This year a special group of military families decorated patriotic trees in honor or memory of their loved ones serving in the military. Be sure to view these decorated trees in the Room III area.
Special upcoming events are being offered for visitors.
On Saturday and Sunday, December 2-3 Jasper O’Tannenbaum Days Programs and Exhibits are planned. Saturday, December 2 At 9 am the annual Breakfast with Santa will take place. This year the theme is Christmas Around the World. Christmas crafts, activities, and visits with Santa are in store for those who participate; Reservations were required by Nov. 25. In the afternoon take a ride with Santa on his golf cart from 1 to 3:30pm . At 2 pm a Violin Concert by The Strings, Inc will take place in the Log House area. Don’t miss it!
On Sunday, December 3 the museum is open from 1 to 4pm. Kids craft beginning at 1:30. Take a ride with Santa on his golf cart from 1:30 to 3:30 pm. Beginning at 2—Violin musical entertainment on the front porch of the log house by Lisa Hoppenjans.