The Museum Broken Arrow has a display of community-curated trees at their annual Christmas tree exhibition. The exhibit is open through Dec. 9.
This year’s exhibit, titled, “Big Spirit, Little Trees,” features more than 50 themed Christmas trees decorated by local businesses, organizations and individuals. Each tree is unique, featuring themes such as butterflies, roses, snowmen and Dr. Seuss.
At the close of the exhibition the featured trees will be donated to Broken Arrow Neighbors for distribution to families in the Broken Arrow community.
In addition, museum visitors are encouraged to bring an unwrapped toy suitable for children under 12 to be donated. Toys can also be dropped off during regular museum hours.
“The Museum Broken Arrow’s Christmas tree exhibit is a fantastic display of true Christmas spirit in our community,” said Lori Lewis, executive director of The Museum Broken Arrow. “Each year, neighbors from all over Broken Arrow come together to share the magic of the season by generously donating and decorating holiday trees. Children and families of all ages will love experiencing the various creative themes this year.”
Admission to The Museum Broken Arrow is $5 per adult or $8 for two adults.
For additional information, visit BrokenArrowMuseum.org.