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Here and There: More Than One Way to Decorate a Tree

Posted by Sarah Margerum on December 5, 2011 in Uncategorized |

Here: First, show some support for our own Sarah Duff and visit the exhibit she planned at the Andover Historical Society, Common Indecency. Tinsel and ornaments will seem so commonplace when you realize you could be decorating with corsets and vintage toilet paper.

There: Next, head over to the Concord Museum and see Family Trees: A Celebration of Children’s Literature. Thirty-six trees are decorated with ornaments inspired by beloved children’s books, some of which you will remember from childhood and others you will be delighted to discover.

Take inspiration from these fun exhibitions and get creative with ways to display a topic you love. Common Indecency can be visited through December 31. Family Trees runs through January 1.

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