The Auburn community will get a chance to experience different holiday cultures this holiday season.
The Jule Collins Museum of Art is putting on an event titled “Community Night: A Celebration of Diversity.” There, the Auburn Family will come together to appreciate different cultures and learn and celebrate everyone.
The museum’s communication and marketing specialist, Charlotte Hendrix, shared that the event will include events for kids and adults. Everything from performances celebrating Indian and Hispanic culture to a presentation of the Jewish holiday season will be open to the public.
“We really wanted to highlight all the ways we gather as an Auburn community,” Hendrix said.
The event will be on Thursday, Dec. 7, 2018, at 5 p.m.
Hands-on activities for the Auburn Family of any age will include cookie decorating and creating luminaries that represent each person’s personal community and holiday traditions. The museum invites guests to bring pictures for luminary inspiration, but there will also be plenty provided.
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The Jule Collins Museum of Art plans to make community nights biannual events, and they will be planning one for the spring semester.
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