February 6, 2021
Join us for a one-way exploration through the building with festive art, science and history activities for people of all ages. Shop local in our artisan village and experience the artwork of famous artists Norman Rockwell, Grandma Moses, and more in the Center's lobby gallery. Bring your entire family for kids activities to explore 1800's cold weather traditions and winter fun from around the world plus a colorful light display, ice carvings, blacksmithing and maple syrup demos. Families looking to get a photo with their loved ones can choose between a variety of winter scenes, decorated by the Midland County Historical Society's volunteers from the Bradley Home.
Enjoy all of this fun in a safe, socially distanced environment in which we will follow Health Department best practices, including good air circulation and filtration, timed entry, social distancing and frequent cleaning and sanitizing. Masks will be required for all attendees, artists, volunteers and staff.
$7 per person | Free for Members and ages 5 and under (tickets for everyone in your party are required.)
Members should register via our Ticket Office for their free admission. 989.631.8250
Saturday, February 6
Members Only Preview 10 - 11 AM
Public 11 AM - 5 PM
Sunday, February 7
Sensory Friendly Hour 10 - 11 AM
Public 11 AM - 4 PM
Capacity per event time is very limited and advanced ticket purchase required. Please pay special attention to your ticket time and plan to arrive ON TIME. Face coverings are required while inside the building.
Saturday is sold out, but limited availability remains for SUN, FEB 7. View online here, or call the Ticket Office for up-to-the-minute availability. (989) 631-8250
Tickets are no longer available online for this event. Please contact our Ticket Office to get up-to-the-minute ticket availability information. 989.631.8250
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