Louisville takes a worldly view of the holidays
November 18, 2012 by Sarah
A great family event call ‘Holidays Around the World’ is on its way to Louisville, featuring a stunning display of multi-cultural trees decorated with traditions found within the ethnic communities of the area. There are also trees decorated to represent cultures from around the world, as well as displays of how the holidays are celebrated in a variety of countries.
This exhibition is being presented by the Frazier Museum, which presents some of the stories and people who have been changing the world and bring history to life at their venue each and every day. It offers an interactive, ever-changing exhibit, as well as a one-of-a-kind gallery collection that features international artifacts, and American artifacts, as well as British Royal Armouries.
The museum covers more than 1,000 years of life in stories, a journey that spans continents and time periods. For families in this area, this is an excellent historical learning experience. The museum’s changing exhibits can be viewed on its website, on the events and programs page, as each year its changing displays are new and unique.
Poster printing, flyer printing, and brochure printing were probably used to promote this event, and other events at this venue to families in this community and nearby areas. The cost is usual price of admission to the museum.
‘Holidays around the World’ will begin on Friday, November 23, at the Frazier History Museum in Louisville, Kentucky. To find out more, please visit the Frazier History Museum website or call 502-753-5663.