POINT PLEASANT, W.Va. — Two million lights will twinkle at the West Virginia State Farm Museum December 5-20, 2022, to celebrate Christmas, though volunteer groups and individuals are being sought to adopt buildings to decorate, according to Commissioner of Agriculture Kent Leonhardt.
“This light show is one of the best in the state and a credit to the hard work of the board and volunteers at the Farm Museum,” Leonhardt said. “This should be an annual holiday tradition for everyone in the area.”
Santa will also be on hand to talk with the kids from Thursday through Sunday each week. The display runs Dec. 5-20 from 6-9 p.m.
Located seven miles north of Point Pleasant, off WV-62, the museum features historical structures that have been moved to or recreated on the grounds and large collections of antique tractors, steam and gas engines, farm and household implements, and taxidermized animals.
Volunteer groups are being sought to adopt buildings to decorate, along with individuals who want to help with smaller decorating projects. As in the past, admission to the light show is free, but donations supporting the non-profit museum are greatly appreciated.
To volunteer, interested parties should call the office, email, or send a Facebook message. For more information, call 304-675-5737, Tuesday-Saturday 9 a.m.–5 p.m., email email@example.com or visit the museum on Facebook.
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