O’Tannenbaum Days at the Dubois County Museum

jasper-otannenbaum-days-courthouseJasper (Local Sources) – The Dubois County Museum will once again be taking part in Jasper’s “O’Tannenbaum Days” on Saturday, December 3 and Sunday, December 4.

On Saturday, December 3, December 3, the museum’s first Model Train Show and Swap Meet will be held from 10am—4pm.  Come see all the train sets displayed and running. Special display will be set up featuring a train, its scenery, and building made exclusively from Lego pieces.  Twenty vendors will be on hand to buy or sell train cars, sets, toys, and accessories.  Call Fred Williams (812) 793-5400 or go to jaspertrainshow@outlook.com.

Continuing on Saturday at 1 pm Strings, Inc., a talented group of violin students from the area, will perform. From 1 to 2 and from 3 to 4 pm, take a Ride with Santa in his golf cart. More activities will be Sunday, December 4, with offerings to make a Christmas Tree Garland with Martha Rasche at 1 pm, violin musical entertainment by Lisa Hoppenjans on the log house porch and from 1 to 3pm, Santa returns for visits and gives rides in his golf cart.  Visitors are also invited to view the museum’s 30 decorated Christmas Trees and to stroll throughout the museum taking in the huge collection of Santa figurines.

The Dubois County Museum is open Tuesday through Friday from 10:00-2:00pm, Saturday from 10:00-4:00pm and Sunday 1:00-4:00pm.  It is closed on Monday. The Dubois County Museum is a local nonprofit organization committed to the collection, preservation and interpretation of historical artifacts and information important to the citizens of the county.  Museum operations are funded by annual memberships, admissions, donations and gifts from visitors, area residents and businesses.  The DCM staff consists entirely of volunteers.  It is located in Jasper at 2704 N. Newton Street (US231N).  Call (812) 634-7733.  Please allow two hours to view exhibits.   Visit the museum web site at www.duboiscountymuseum.org.  Like us on Facebook at Dubois County Museum.

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