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Christmas on Main Street


Kelly Rush, Communica ons Specialist Photos: Cindy Hefner


“Our hearts grow tender with childhood memories and love of kindred, and we are better throughout the year for having, in spirit, become a child again at Christmas-time.” ― Laura Ingalls Wilder


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t may not be the banks of Plum Creek, but Har-Ber Village Museum may be the closest you will come to an Ingalls Family Christmas. Har-Ber Village invites you to take a step back in  me and enjoy Christmas on Main Street--a celebra on set in an 1800s-era prairie town.


Stroll along the Village’s Main Street, taking in decora ons and displays by area businesses and organiza ons. Take some bills and coins for an opportunity to vote for your favorite display. Half of all “votes” benefi ts the museum and the remainder is divided among 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners.


If you haven’t fi nished your shopping, give yourself plenty of  me to peruse the off erings of The Country Store and The Cra ers. A wide array of unique and seasonal gi s, yarns, embroidery fl oss and more is ready for you to make your selec ons. Visitors can also decorate ornaments to place on the Har-Ber Village Christmas tree as they enjoy the sound of area performers fi lling the air with Christmas carols.


Christmas on Main Street welcomes you on December 6, 7, 13 and 14 from 2 – 8 p.m. On Saturday, December 6, special guests Santa and Mrs. Claus will visit from 2:30 – 4:00 p.m. Admission is free.


For more informa on, call Har-Ber Village Museum at 918-786- 6446 or visit their website: www.har-bervillage.com.


A stroll down Main Street will have you pining for Christmas.


Visit The Cra ers along Main Street and check out their selec on of high- quality yarns, fl oss and other items to complete your projects.


A selec on of books (above), unique ornaments (below) and other seasonal gi s awaits you in The Country Store.


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