Winter Lights Late Nights: Holiday Mart Kickoff
Winter Lights Late Nights are back this holiday season!
The Museum will be open until 8pm on Thursdays from November 30 through January 4.
Stroll through the Winter Lights display outside and sip on a free seasonal hot beverage, enjoy a treat, go on a fun wintry art scavenger hunt in the galleries, or browse the Museum Shop with special discounts!
Kick off Holiday Mart with a special evening preview under the Winter Lights. Try a specialty cocktail made with a Museum Shop favorite – Camp Craft Cocktails at our cash bar. Enjoy live acoustic music by James Gerald. Shop for Holiday gifts while you sip and stroll through the shop and a variety of artisans here to kick off Holiday Mart, including Kathryn Stanko (jewelry), Corry Laughlin (crochet), Beaded This (jewelry), and Mars Design (wooden home décor). Plus, several Holiday Mart vendors will be showing off their craft with on-site demos, including weaving by Meyer Weaving and glass blowing by Reeferiss Glassart. (See full vendor list below.) Complimentary gift wrapping will be available.
Specialty Cash Bar: Infused Cocktails by Camp Craft Cocktails
Family Friendly Art Activity*: Gingerbread Buddy
Shop discount: 10% Off Regular Priced Merchandise
To register, click here or call 1.888.718.4253.
*while supplies last
This is also Luminary Night in Greensburg, click here to learn about other events happening around the city!
THURSDAY Holiday Mart Vendors
Kathryn Stanko -Jewelry
Laura Gavin / Mars Design Studio – Wooden Home Decor
Irene Patrick – Quilts, Upcycled Textile Art
Martin Meyer / Meyer Weaving – Handcrafted Contemporary Textiles (DEMO)
Tim Roth – Unique, One-of-a-Kind Pottery and Cane Pieces
Sarah Lynn Kuchma – Children’s Book Author (Reading & Autograph)
Tina Lukas – Jewelry
Sheila Klotz / Blue Hues Studio – Acrylic and Watercolor Painting,
Keira Meyer / Beaded This – Hand Beaded Jewelry and Accessories
Reeferiss Glassart – Handblown Glass Jewelry and Magnets (Glass DEMO Outside)
Look out for additional information on programming select nights during the Winter Lights run.
Admission to the Museum is always free, including on these Thursday evenings.
Winter Lights is sponsored by FirstEnergy Foundation