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FREE Monument Lighting Family Festival

Date
Thursday, December 6, 2012
Time
05:00 PM–08:30 PM
FREE Monument Lighting Family Festival

Celebrate the holiday season and the annual lighting of the Washington Monument at The Walters during this free, family-friendly event! Enjoy seasonal performances, music, refreshments, holiday films and special winter-inspired kids’ art activities! Visit the special exhibition, Revealing the African Presence in Renaissance Europe, for FREE tonight. See the Washington Monument be set aglow, followed by fireworks for all to admire. Warm up at The Walters!

SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES:
On the Sculpture Court, Level 2A
5-8:30    Cookies and Cider*
6:30-7:45 Holiday Singing by the Friends School choir, APOLLOS
7:30      The Wilkes School Lantern Parade
*While supplies last

In the Family Art Center, Lower Level Lobby
All Activities 5-8pm
Studios A & B: Groovy Glowing Gloves & Sparkling Snow Globes
Graham Auditorium: Family Holiday Films

Special Exhibition
Free tonight! Revealing the African Presence in Renaissance Europe
Special Exhibition Gallery, Level 1

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