Finding the Christmas spirit at the farm museum


The West Virginia State Farm Museum’s Annual Christmas Light Display opened over the weekend and welcomed a large crowd thanks to unseasonably warm temperatures and, oh, those one million-plus lights. On Saturday alone, over 1,200 people visited the display either by driving through or walking the grounds. In addition, Santa greets children in the Country Kitchen each night. Free cookies and hot chocolate are also available for visitors at no charge. The light display runs from 6-9 p.m. each night now through Dec. 20. There is no charge though donations are appreciated. More photos from this year’s display appear on the Point Pleasant Register’s Facebook page.


The West Virginia State Farm Museum’s Annual Christmas Light Display opened over the weekend and welcomed a large crowd thanks to unseasonably warm temperatures and, oh, those one million-plus lights. On Saturday alone, over 1,200 people visited the display either by driving through or walking the grounds. In addition, Santa greets children in the Country Kitchen each night. Free cookies and hot chocolate are also available for visitors at no charge. The light display runs from 6-9 p.m. each night now through Dec. 20. There is no charge though donations are appreciated. More photos from this year’s display appear on the Point Pleasant Register’s Facebook page.

The West Virginia State Farm Museum’s Annual Christmas Light Display opened over the weekend and welcomed a large crowd thanks to unseasonably warm temperatures and, oh, those one million-plus lights. On Saturday alone, over 1,200 people visited the display either by driving through or walking the grounds. In addition, Santa greets children in the Country Kitchen each night. Free cookies and hot chocolate are also available for visitors at no charge. The light display runs from 6-9 p.m. each night now through Dec. 20. There is no charge though donations are appreciated. More photos from this year’s display appear on the Point Pleasant Register’s Facebook page.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_12.15-PPR-FarmMuseum.jpgThe West Virginia State Farm Museum’s Annual Christmas Light Display opened over the weekend and welcomed a large crowd thanks to unseasonably warm temperatures and, oh, those one million-plus lights. On Saturday alone, over 1,200 people visited the display either by driving through or walking the grounds. In addition, Santa greets children in the Country Kitchen each night. Free cookies and hot chocolate are also available for visitors at no charge. The light display runs from 6-9 p.m. each night now through Dec. 20. There is no charge though donations are appreciated. More photos from this year’s display appear on the Point Pleasant Register’s Facebook page.
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