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BYU Museum of Art plans Community Christmas Celebration Dec. 13

The Brigham Young University Museum of Art will be hosting its annual Community Christmas Celebration on Saturday, Dec. 13, from 1 to 4 p.m.

Tickets at $2 for individuals and $10 for families are available at the door. Museum members may attend the event for free.

Planned activities this year include magic shows, Christmas puppets, face painting, balloon tying and a Christmas art project. Carolers from the BYU choral ensembles will provide a festive musical background, and Santa Claus will be on hand to provide special Christmas treats.

For more information about the Community Christmas Celebration at the Museum of Art, contact the Museum Information Desk at (801) 422-8287 or Cheryll May at (801) 422-8201.

Writer: Rachel M. Sego

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